Committed to Action

Committed to actionI love two things:  I love individuals who are committed to an action plan.  The second thing I love is the individual who recognizes that the plan isn’t working and has no difficulty detaching from what doesn’t work and starting something completely different.  Yes, it is important to have an action plan. It is important to giving your plan time to be tested.  But it is just as important to be open to making adjustments whenever they are needed rather than holding on to time, energy, and resource wasters.  If you want the outcome of your action plan to produce the results that capture your goals, balance your decision making process with the ability to be open to making adjustments along the way.

Do you have an action plan for every aspect of your life?

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