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Achieving Success - Part 7
Posted: 3/19/2015 | Success Comments
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&ldquoGoals. There's no telling what you can do when you get inspired by them. There's no telling what you can do when you believe in them. There's no telling what will happen when you act upon them.&rdquo 

Jim Rohn
In Achieving Success - Part 1, we discussed the fact that how you choose to spend your time makes a real difference in achieving success.  In Achieving Success - Part 2 we picked a goal and began imagining and envisioning it. In Achieving Success - Part 3 we picked a step toward that goal and looked at what might be keeping us from taking that step.  In Achieving Success &ndash Part 4 we examined what we tend to neglect and avoid in our lives or businesses.  In Achieving Success - Part 5 we began looking at Jim Rohn&rsquos quote above and looked at the concept of inspiration and what inspires us. In Achieving Success - Part 6 we explored &ldquobelieving&rdquo and looked at limiting thoughts and beliefs. 
Let&rsquos take the last sentence in the Jim Rohn quote above and look at what it means to &ldquotake action.&rdquo 
Sigmund Freud said, "Thought is action in rehearsal." So we have a thought, idea, or inspiration. We&rsquove weighed the possibilities, learned the necessary skills, and believe it can come to completion. We know logically that it is attainable. Rehearsal is over. It&rsquos time to take action.
Paul McCabe says, "You're a doer, because you're prepared to make the necessary effort to translate your dream into action." We&rsquore willing to take the necessary steps.
Action is needed to achieve the aim and accomplish the goal. If you want the dream to be realized and you want to succeed at anything, you have to &ldquogitter done.&rdquo 
Anthony Robbins says, &ldquoThe path to success is to take massive, determined action.&rdquo 
As you think about and imagine taking actions, choosing what needs to be done, and starting, notice the following: 
&bull Notice what you sense in your body as you imagine taking actions. 
&bull Notice what you feel emotionally as you imagine taking actions. 
&bull Notice where your thoughts go as you imagine taking actions. 
&bull Notice your spiritual connection as you imagine taking actions.
What stood out for you as you were envisioning yourself taking these actions? 
Deep breath. Spend the next few days writing about what arises as you see yourself taking these actions. Make a list of any steps as they occur to you. 
Take some actions!
Let me know how it goes. 
Please share your thoughts. Your comments make a difference for us all. 

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