Making Action A Habit

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calendarIn order for things to be successful, you have to take action and you have to take action consistently. How many times have you heard me say that?

I think I see what’s missing – you have to start making action a habit. Rather than planning for things, thinking about them, reading about it… you have to set out and do it. You’ll just have to be an action type of person. A go-getter!

It takes 21 days to make a habit. At least that’s what research says. So how about taking consistent action, and not telling yourself it’s forever, but you’ll do it for 21 days. It’s less than a month. You can do that.

“The best time to start was last year. The second best time to start is right now.” – Seth Godin

So let’s get started!

1. Start applying what you’ve learned. You don’t have to compile all this knowledge before you set out and do something. You have to take what you’ve learned and build experience from it. You’ll never know if you can do something if you don’t try. Stop reading about how to build traffic to your website and start doing what you have learned so far. You may build your own theories from there and find what works best for you. You learn more from experience than reading about someone else’s.

2. Put your ideas into motion. If you came up with some brilliant ideas, jot them down, and start putting them into motion. You’ll be able to adjust the details once the idea comes to life because then you’ll see the failures and successes a lot clearer. But you’ll never know if you don’t try.

3. Set aside time for work and for play. The computer is your work and your play area and you have to start seperating the two because in order to make action a habit, you can’t get sidetracked with fun. Set aside specific times for you to go through your fun websites, and make a good, solid block of time

I’m sure there’s some setbacks to taking immediate action such as money and time, but when you set out to do something and fully intend on completing the task, then you will make it work somehow. You may even see uses for things you haven’t noticed before or you may see the potential in areas that you thought had none before.

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About Devon Brown

From over $40,000 in debt (and bankrupt at age 23, to now doing over $1-Milion in sales per year, Devon Brown (creator of RenegadeSuccess.com) enjoys teaching internet home business entrepreneurs the short-cuts he wishes he knew about when he first started. For free video advice that makes learning internet marketing FUN & SIMPLE, be sure to follow Devon on Facebook

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