We live in a world of talkers.
Lots of people are constantly talking, talking, talking.
They talk about what they want to do.
They talk about what they need to do.
And they talk about what they should be doing.
Worst of all…they talk about what they’re going to do.
Talk is cheap.
It’s easy and it doesn’t ever amount to anything material.
Most people are talkers. You will automatically stand out in life and business simply by virtue of doing the things you say you are going to do.
Talking is the invisible script that you can either act out or throw away.
Most people choose the latter.
But when the rubber meets the road, do most people walk the walk?
Most people talk the talk.
Some are better at talking than others. But at the end of the day, talking will get you nowhere unless you can also implement.
I myself used to be a talker.
I got sick of it. So sick of it that I couldn’t stand myself.
It’s so easy to talk about how great you are…or how talented, skilled, or passionate you are.
But without action – massive action – your “greatness” doesn’t matter.
Find something that you want so badly that you could cry over not having it.
Find something you want so intensely that it can bring you to tears just thinking about the struggle to attain it.
Once you find that something, then write down all the reasons (could be one, could be one hundred) why you want that thing.
And then you wake up the next day and take massive action to get it.
And then you do it again the next day.
And then you do it again.
And you keep on taking massive action to get that thing you want.
Remind yourself every day why you want it.
Remember the tears.
Remember the pain.
Remember your reasons.
And don’t ever forget that you only get one shot to get it.
This is the only chance you have in this particular life.
Who knows…you might never live again.
This might be the only shot to use time and space to evolve closer to your highest self…your godlikeness.
If you want to waste it, go ahead…but just realize that your final years of life on this planet will be saturated in guilt, regret, and depression. And you will have left no legacy for others…no inspiration for anyone to follow and carry on.
You will die without ever having lived.
So if you’re okay with that outcome, then don’t worry about waking up tomorrow to walk the talk.
Stay in bed. And keep on talking.