James said, “Nothing is as fatiguing as the hanging on of an uncompleted task”. The toughest work is to start but even the toughest is an accumulation of easy things that could have been done in the past with less efforts.
The only way to get success is to step on the ‘start’ stone.
Michael E. Angier, founder of success Net stated, “Ideas are worthless, intentions have no power and plans are nothing…unless they are followed with actions.”
Taking initiative has tremendous value and it makes terrific impact in the work-accomplishment process.
Today and the moment right now is the main link between your successes and for tapping your potentials. While tomorrow is the day for those motivated people who do not want to do but just show off that they want to do.
People, who never start, will never reach to their destination. Even their problems will not stop without any solutions. Most of them will live complicated and incomplete life.
I know that to put ideas into reality is the toughest challenge ever faced by mankind in life. Transforming vision into action is 100 meter jumping race. “It’s tough” Yes, you are right. But, roads that leads to the top of mountains are never straight….they are always full of curves.
Sometimes starting is unpleasant, unexciting, uninteresting, monotonous, more fatigue or full of complexity…but one has to start today or tomorrow. Up to what time you will procrastinate.
You must know one difference between a wise man and a fool. Wise man does the work at once, whereas the fool does it finally. It is always beneficial to live in the row of wise people.
I think, “Why am I not taking initiative?” Is a powerful question to be asked to yourself when you are in mutual discovery. Instead of focusing on unpleasant task, just focus on the benefits of the completion of task. Even when you start a day with the toughest challenge of a day after meeting that priority, you will be more relaxed for the whole day and you will be able to jump to new priorities quickly.
Very powerfully quoted by Dawson Trotman, “The greatest time wasted is the time getting started.”