Engaging, Participating, Interacting, Creating – Fulfillment, Leadership, Organization, Wisdom

Action – the key to Creating

Posted by Herman Najoli on May 7, 2007

The Secret is on many people’s minds these days – particularly those who blog or subscribe to online personal development material. It seems as if, almost every day, someone is writing about the Secret somewhere. What I love about it is that it is giving people an opportunity to act and produce. Action is the first step towards creating new experiences for yourself.

The key to success is simply one thing: action. Successful people act – and when they fail, they don’t quit. They act on something else that will bring them the results they desire: a new methodology, a new strategy, a new idea. Thomas Edison was a great inventor because he acted on his imagination. Florence Nightingale etched her mark on history because she acted to remedy a social situation. When darkness surrounded her, she lit a lamp and kept on working, earning the name of The Lady With The Lamp. Lance Armstrong is great because he acted on his dreams. Oprah Winfrey is loved because she is acting on her dreams. Massive action is the key to greatness. Greatness does not mean being famous. It simply means realizing your personal potential.   

You create success by being successful in small actions. Think of a sport like boxing. It’s easy to see in boxing that the key to the knock-out is the consitent jabs. Short consistent jabs could easily open up an opportunity for landing the upper-cut. If you want to be successful you must tuck many small wins under your belt by acting consistently on your dreams. You do that by staying active. If you fail you don’t quit, you stay flexible and continue engaging in massive consistent action. Constant action will provide you with opportunities that you never saw coming. Go on. Breed success.  


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