Taking Action

There are two ways that people take action: those that talk about it and those that do it. How often have I known what I needed to do and I made the famous announcement, “I will do it later” or “not now.” Even better is, “I’m Trying.” that statement is a polite way of saying that I am not going to do something, but I am afraid to tell you so I say “I’m trying.” What have I accomplished through my inaction? What I have accomplished is putting me into a negative frame of mind due to my procrastination and by diminishing my self-esteem.

I know that for me to be successful and feel good about myself, I must act my way into good thinking. I cannot think my way into good actions. I must set daily goals that I know I can and will achieve. By setting achievable goals, I grow in my goal setting capacity and increase my productivity. Through my successful completion of the tasks at hand, I feel better emotionally and mentally and feel my esteem soar.

Choosing to be an action person will have a powerfully positive effect on my entire life. I will gain in all areas of my life: spiritually, materially, nutritionally, physically and mentally.

My prayer for you today is that you choose “action” and reap all the powerfully positive rewards that will accrue to you from the action you take.

 

Continue your journey toward spiritual and emotional wellness by contacting me today. You may reach me via phone at 954-755-3764 or email Rabbi Mitch.

Hugs and blessings for a joyous day!

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