Take Action Now, Don’t Put It Off Till Tomorrow

Take action now, because you can’t take action yesterday!

What does that mean, really?

So many of us, and we’re only human with all the usual human frailties, promise to take action. And we always promise ourselves that we will do it tomorrow.

Because it is easier to put off to tomorrow what we should do right now.

It’s an easy excuse “I’ll do it tomorrow”. Yet how many times does tomorrow come and you haven’t done what you promised to do?

It’s not just you. Don’t beat yourself up about it. I am as guilty as everyone else of putting things off until tomorrow.

Over the years I’ve watched people who are action takers – people who get things done, successful people that everyone else admires.

I have noticed that these people have two attributes:

  1. They take action now

  2. They plan what they are going to do next

How different is that to the majority of the population who wander, aimlessly, from one thing to another, always putting off the disagreeable things (or what they imagine to be disagreeable) to tomorrow.

And isn’t it funny how anything that appears to be ‘work’ also seems to be something that you don’t want to do, right now? And that it always falls into the category – ‘I’ll do that tomorrow’.

Remember, ‘tomorrow never comes’

It’s always today. So, if you really want to do something, if you actually want to move closer to your personal goals, take action now.

You can’t take action yesterday, so take action NOW!

Become one of the action takers – become one of those people who get things done. It’s simple – all you have to do is take action NOW!

I’ve made it easy for you by showing you the steps to take here:

Set A Daily Routine For Success

1 thought on “Take Action Now, Don’t Put It Off Till Tomorrow”

  1. Hi Peter,

    Wow, this is incredible timing. Just today I had 2 conversations with people – one offline and an online affiliate marketer.

    Both were guys in the mid 40’s
    Both were guys who claimed they wanted success
    both were guys who complained that life was not fair sometimes
    Both were guys who procrastinate consistently
    Both were guys who have missed golden opportunities and
    both were guys who can’t accept responsibility for their failures

    Enough said – your post says it all about “tomorrow never comes”

    Cheers and best wishes from the village marketer

    Peter Beckenham

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