Walk the Talk

Some people are good in expressing themselves esp. when they feel the spotlight on them. What I mean is they love talking about something and be heard by their friends. They want to be perceived as an expert or someone who knows what he/she is talking about. There’s nothing wrong about that as long as we personally experience what we shared or really do what we preach. It’s easy to teach and give orders but are we really acting on it. If we don’t, then we have no rights to stand in front of others speaking with a bulging chest as if we know it whole-heartedly.

As they say, it is easy to express our thoughts but difficult to put into action. Remember execution is still the foundation of everything. If you don’t do it, how you will know in the first place if it is effective or if it is really working since all you do is talking.

Enough of this sermon. Friends, experience it first and when it continuously works then that’s the time to share it with other people. You should influence and inspire them to be successful like you. And as much as possible, begin with an end in mind. Meaning, when you start something, visualize what you really wanted to happen or what outcome you would like to see and I guarantee you, you’re halfway to your dreams.

Anyway, before I end this post, I will leave you a message: before you talk, make sure you’ve been there and done that. Walk first!



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