Stop Thinking and Act: 3 Powerful Steps you can take to achieve every thing in life.

Many people I have met in life, were big dreamers.

Many repeatedly told me about their passion for money, that they will either work in a big company and earn a big paycheck. Or they will have their own Start-Up and reach their financial independence. Others said they want to have a beautiful smart, independent wife with great children. Some even mentioned the ability to change the world with their power and knowledge, …

Whilst those goals are worthy to pursue, I never once expected these people to fulfill them.

For me, I didn’t have any specific dream or goals as a kid. The biggest brainstorm I had was how to get my pranks better at recess or which snack to have after school. I didn’t have to make any big decisions in my life, as my parent already took care of that. My life was stress-free then.

When I was around 14 years old, I volunteered to take an important part in a big annual project in my class. The first time I had to make a big decision in life, I messed up. I made a bunch of horrible mistakes. But I didn’t do anything to change it. I was too scared to solve those problems. I tried to hide myself and let other people solve the problems, exactly what my parents used to do.

The problems were solved luckily, but I lost my teacher’s trust, and she didn’t give me the chance to decide anything ever again.

That’s when I started to think more and stop acting.

1. What causes overthinking?

Several scientific investigations have found that failure stays with us longer than achievement. Our successes may bring us temporary joy, but our mistakes might haunt us for the rest of our lives.

When our mind becomes fixated on the negatives, that is all it sees. Every move and decision can become a mental war since our minds prefer to surface one way of thinking without the ability to shift.

That’s why I saw so many people who were brave enough to speak up. But when I persuaded them to act, they were fearful and reluctant. They started to bring up so many reasons, which will lead them to failure.

In my experience, some of them are the exact errors that they made, and the rest came from the failure and success of other people.

And excessive content and social media addiction worsen the current situation.

Many people adopt false identities. They feel insecure when their social media posts don’t get enough likes. And then they focus on others’ opinions over their own self-esteem.

They get used to relying on others’ profiles and absorbing content from these “influencers”. This is due to our low self- regard and doubt are something that many of us struggle with. This lack of self-confidence can cause us to spend too much time thinking about the past, present, and future.

2. Act more to get more

– “It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.”

Leonardo Da Vinci

We must take action in order for a decision to be meaningful. This is such a basic concept, but most individuals never get from deciding to acting. They do not develop the habit of taking action and so do not achieve as much as they could. We will be in a better position to achieve the desired results if we develop the habit of putting ideas and decisions into action.

Never have I seen a successful individual, who have accomplished great things in his life based on his ideas alone.

Celebrities and idea-rich individuals often face challenges in executing their ideas.

But, they will finally get the ideas going, and with enormous hard work and perseverance, they will meet their goals and successes.

Whilst the normal people with ordinary mind, they can sometimes come up with great ideas. But they lack the ability to convert those into reality. They have much fear and reluctance, which prevent them to take a step further. They wait until they’re ready to take action, but when they’re ready, it’s already too late to start.

3. 3 ways you can move from deciding to taking action

· Stop waiting until conditions are perfect.

One of the most common mistakes people make is waiting for perfection. If you wait for everything to be flawless before starting, you’ll wait forever. Nothing is ever entirely perfect. There’s always something to fix or enhance. There’s no perfect timing; only the present moment exists. Right now is the second-best time.

· Stop over-thinking things

Overthinking can lead to analysis paralysis, in which we become trapped in a cycle of overanalyzing and are unable to take action. We focus on flaws in the environment, doubt our available time commitment, and make several excuses that stymie our progress.

· Take continuous action.

After initiating your project, maintain a consistent flow of action. Sustain your momentum by engaging in daily productive activities that are relevant to your idea. You can make it simple by allocating around 10 minutes each day to tackle a task. You can plan your task accordingly, so that you don’t have to do anything spontaneous. The accumulation of these modest victories will help you improve and boost your confidence.

Life is a journey filled with countless opportunities waiting to be seized. It’s easy to fall into a routine and let valuable moments slip away.

If you’ve been feeling the urge to make a change, pursue your dreams, or simply take more action in your life, now is the perfect time.

Action is the key to unlocking your full potential.

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