If Each Day Was 12 Hours, What Would You Change?

March 28, 2021

It is so easy to fall into a mindset where you feel you have had a productive day from just consuming knowledge. Occasionally I find myself fantasising about how successful I could become due to new knowledge I have obtained – which in turn makes me feel good about myself. However, knowledge is meaning less without action.

“Knowledge is power…it’s potential power. Execution will trump knowledge any day” – Tony Robbins.

Instead of actually taking massive action upon things learnt, we tend to get lost more and more in consuming self-development content. This is dangerous as you may feel like you’re moving forward, but in reality, you’re moving in circles.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s good to consume in order to form a strong foundation consisting of insights and plans. But no infrastructure stops at the foundation.

Transform your knowledge into massive action to propel you forward and always remember: EXECUTION > CONSUMPTION.

“Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do” – Leonardo Da Vinci

Positivity is so saturated. We all love hearing and reading about the uplifting and abundant future we all could have and ignore the possibility of any limitations. The way I see it, we need to understand our flaws first and grow from there.

It is a skill to be a able to have a conversation with yourself and pick out every detail of what’s holing you back. CALIBRATE YOUR LEVEL OF AMBITION. We need limitations in our life. Overwhelming positivity can be harmful.

“Your mind is your spiritual estate” – Napoleon Hill

Quick Thought: If each day is 12 hours long, what would you change?


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