I realized that when someone keeps saying that “they want to do something”.. actually they do not. Here's the logic.
If someone really wanted to do something - maybe "start a business" or "start exercising" or "start eating more healthy"... then they would already be doing it.
By saying that ‘I want to do it'…. they actually do not.
A lot of things go by in our life with the excuse we keep making to ourselves — “it takes time… it takes time".. or "the right time has to come!”, the actual fact is that - it only takes a moment's decision to make things happen.
Think about it.. (if you are married), it only took you that split-second decision to say ‘yes’ to your fiancé.
The time factor was just to explore the relationship. But the decision was made in one second.
So today’s message to you is..
If you have been pushing things forward for a long time.. you probably need to question yourself on why you do not want to do that thing.. even though you keep telling the world that you want to.
Once you understand the actual stumbling block, which is mostly your own ‘fear’, then just make a “split-second decision” that I will, and take action — move forward.
It’s sometimes the first step that’s the hardest thing.
After having read, heard, and watched a crapload of stuff over the years when it comes to “personal development”… it just comes down to ONE thing…
If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse. Period.
If you understand this one thing.. to the depth of what it really is.. your life will change.
What do you think? Does this make sense?