Moving is not Action

Action is a focused effort with a predetermined and desired outcome. It is the most critical ingredient of becoming successful.

Action is a cumulative effect of thoughts.

Your thoughts become your words, Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Your habits become your values.

Your positive action combined with positive thinking results in success. … All action results from thought, so it is thoughts that really matter.

Great thoughts only speak to the thoughtful mind but great actions speak to all mankind.

Moving is not action!!Just because you’re moving does not mean,you are in action. So not all movements are actions, only ones with outcome are called so. There is a reason to say that. Moving aimlessly and directionlessly will only waste your energy and efforts,however if it is channelised on the right track the probability of positive outcome becomes high.

Happiness is when – what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony.

We may think alot but may not do it all hence there is a huge difference between thinking and doing.

You are known by your actions and not words because you may say things but only practising them ensures your thoughts are aligned to your actions. Some people might not say anything but their actions speak for them. So it is important that you think right for actions.

Just do it is the mantra as the final stage of any plan is how well you actioned it. So execution becomes the backbone of action.

You have just one life, take right actions and make your life worth it. Life is a struggle lived gloriously by taking appropriate and timely actions. So don’t wait, don’t quit, don’t stop… Lights, Camera and Action! Live your soul. #GoNatural


Published by Kamaljeet

Motivator, Mentor,blogger and consultant

One thought on “Moving is not Action

  1. Yes actions plays a very important role in one’s life…. actions speak more than words its truely said and its proved also… i totally agree with you…πŸ‘πŸ‘


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