Knowledge is Cheap. Action is Expensive (ft. Coach Pat)
Ideas are a dime a dozen. Action is what counts. Especially when it comes to improving yourself and your character.
I recently spent 3 days with the Mayfield Fire Department discussing training methods for “tactical athletes” and what types of movements/exercises I think they should be doing on a regular basis to help sustain their unique fitness requirements. The conversation quickly turned from “what” they should be doing to “when/how” they should be doing it.
You could spend the rest of your life reading books to improve yourself—and be stuck in the same place. Why do you think that is? Why do you have friends who seem to know every name of every book that’s designed to change us overnight…but their lives always seem to be in shambles?
It’s simple: They don’t do anything with the knowledge they have. There’s an urgency to acquire more information and facts, but no similar urgency about actually getting something done.
Make a commitment to “take action this week” and don’t get caught up in the details 🙂
Committed To Your Success,
2017 09 18