Are you a perfectionist stopped by the fear of making a mistake?

Or do you consider yourself a deep thinker when you know it is a case of analysis

Trust me, I understand.

As a recovering perfectionist, I only acted when I knew I could not fail. I was preoccupied with looking good and getting things right.

The truth was I was playing it safe and living small.

I can’t tell you how many opportunities I missed. Why,… I took too long to act. By the time I thought I had everything right, the opportunity had passed.

It was frustrating and painful.

This week’s mindset tip:
Action is the most powerful demonstration of faith.

To get into action without having the HOW figured out.

I don’t think there is a miracle in the Bible where the person didn’t act as a demonstration of faith.

Jesus said to him, “Get up! Pick up your mat and walk.” – John 5:8

“…came behind him, and touched the hem of his garment: for she said within herself, ‘If I may but touch his garment, I shall be whole’.” – Matthew 9:21

A bold life is not about dreaming and setting goals; it’s about taking consistent and purposeful steps toward making those dreams a reality.

The Law of Action states that we must take decisive action to manifest our desires. Action often involves stepping beyond what is comfortable, overcoming fears, and actively pursuing our goals.

Each small step creates the momentum that propels you closer to your dreams. Remember, we achieve big goals through small incremental steps. So, learn to celebrate every step as a victory along the journey.

Here are five steps you can use to apply the Law of Action:

  1. Clearly define your goals: A goal without a number is just a dream. So, set specific and measurable goals. Ask yourself how much and by when. Then, describe what it will look and feel like when you achieve your goal.
  2. Take consistent Action: Build a 90-Day Action Plan. A plan allows you to break your goals into weekly and daily manageable tasks. Then, commit to taking at
    least one step towards your objective daily.
  3. Manage your mindset: What you think and say to yourself is everything. Feed your mind with uplifting books and audio. Create a healthy environment by surrounding yourself with growth-minded people who can encourage and support you.
  4. Embrace Failure: Don’t let setbacks discourage you. Failure is your opportunity to learn and grow. Look for the lesson hidden in every challenge and use what you discover to course correct and keep moving.
  5. Celebrate your success: At the end of each day, sit in gratitude and celebrate your success, no matter how small it may appear. The celebration will help you stay positive and appreciate the journey. Focusing on your success will build your belief and confidence.

The Law of Action is powerful because it keeps us grounded and focused on the moment in time that is real, The Present. Action is also the only way to make your dreams a reality.

Go ahead and cast an inspiring vision for your future. Then, pull that vision towards you by taking consistent and persistent action in the present.



Your Fellow Super Achiever