Do you have something that you want to achieve in your life? Well, of course you do. We all do. However, I just wanted to ask you, when was the last time you did something for the fulfilment of your dreams? Was it an hour ago? Was it yesterday? Was it a week ago? Was it a month ago? Perhaps, it was already several months ago?
What happened to your attempt? Was it successful? Did you manage to get the results that you were expecting? Well, probably not or not yet.
There are only two ways to describe our dreams: it is either they have not come true or they haven’t come true yet.
It is either someone has already given up all hope or someone is still in the process of trying to achieve his dreams.
In reality, there are only a few people who manage to achieve their goals. Why? No, it’s not because the rest of the world lacks the skills or education. Rather, it is the lack of action. Think about it. How does one achieve a goal? They do it. That is the simple answer.
Now, you might be thinking. This article is supposed to be about responsiveness. What does action have anything to do with responsiveness? Well… everything.
You see, the action isn’t just about setting a plan for your life. It is not just about attending a conference that will increase your knowledge about the particular industry you’re in.
Action is about implementation. Mind you. This isn’t about just one-time implementation. It is something that is continuous.
You may think that you are making actions towards success when you finally started to do the project you should have started a week ago, but that is just the primary step to full action.
This is where responsiveness comes in. When you see that something is going wrong with your project, then you have to work on it immediately. Don’t make it wait for another day. Do it right away.
When you make things wait, you are giving yourself permission to forget all about the problem, and when the day comes, you are the one who suffers the consequence because you will not get the result that you were expecting.
If you want something to work, then you have to start responding to the things that you do.
Nothing in this world is perfect so if you want good output or if you want to be successful then you have to keep on revising and editing your works.
The number of revisions you give your works is overwhelming. You can’t say that you will only give this one three revisions. As long as you keep seeing errors you have to keep on making it better. Why? Well, it’s because as long as you the mistakes, other people are bound to notice them too. You can’t just pray to all the gods that nobody else will notice them. They will notice them one way or another.
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