Goals Are Useless Without Action 09/09/2010
When I was getting ready to paint my room I picked out the color blue. It was a bright, (but deep) royal blue. I kept wondering what it would look like to paint all four walls.
Would it be too much?
Should I only paint one wall & then see what it looks like before deciding?
I stayed in my head for about week, thinking of all the possible outcomes. I talked about my options with several people.
It wasn’t until I spoke with Stevi that I was told “you need to just get in there and do it. It’s the only way of knowing for sure.”
Later that day I painted one wall. I soon realized that three of the walls needed to be blue. I decided to come back later & paint the fourth wall a different color to make the space appear larger.
I’m not sure why I didn’t see this before, but everything has its purpose.
I set the intention to create an eCourse. I have been getting signs from the Universe left & right that this is where my attention needs to be focused.
I have tossed around ideas in my head, talked with people about it, & analyzed all the resources I might use to make the course a success.
The one thing I haven’t done is put my fingers to the keyboard & start creating what it will look like.
Maybe the eCourse is the same as my blue room.
Without action, there is no definite outcome. The only real way to find out what works best is to get in there & just do it, reworking things along the way to improve.
What goals have you created that you haven't taken action on? Is it time to ask yourself what is really stopping you? Are you stuck in fear? Surrender and take a baby step.
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