Aristotle once said this:
“Whatever we learn to do, we learn by actually doing it; men come to be builders, for instance, by building, and harp players by playing the harp. In the same way, by doing just acts we come to be just: By doing self-controlled acts, we come to be self-controlled; and by doing brave acts, we become brave.”
When we leave this world, we will ask ourselves one question: What’s different? What’s different because I was here? And the answer to that question will be the difference that we made.
All of our thoughts and feelings won’t matter any more when we are on our deathbeds asking that question. What will matter is the action we took and the difference that it made.
Yet we continue to obsess about our thoughts and become fascinated with our feelings. We are offended by other people. We want to prove we are right. We make other people wrong. We are disappointed in some people and resent others. It goes on and on and none of it will matter on that deathbed.
Action will be all that matters.
We could have made a difference every hour, every day, if we had wanted to.
So how do we do that? How do we motivate ourselves to get into action? How do we live a life of action and difference-making?
This podcast will give you 100 moves you can make to motivate yourself to action!!!