GTD – Why Sometimes You Need to Just Take Action

Anyone who has been on the path of endeavouring to set up an online business and hasn’t yet heard the cash register ringing out its merry song will surely find inspiration in Michelle Corey’s current post Remember That Journey to Building an Online Business?

It is an essay on the words “Just do it. Take action, any action”.

The big obstacle was that I didn’t want to play online unless it was both “professional” as well as I was “financially successful.” The shift in paradigm was that “it is OK to fail….how else will I learn to make it better?”

Michelle explains how she got over the obstacle and got on with things.

As I have said in a comment I left, the post “should be required reading for all those people who have bought the packages, downloaded the programs, researched the niches, futzed around with autoresponders…”.

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Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Knee Deep had such a great post. Should be required reading for all those people who have bought the packages, downloaded the programs, researched the niches, futzed around with autoresponders…

  2. Anonymous says:

    dear Des

    You are absolutely right about the action part.

    My idea to start http://www.telephonecoaching.net hit my brain on my ICC Coach education.

    I just tookk action and things can always be changed along the way.

    I adjust all the time and my coaches are getting clients now in a country where coaching is just on it’s way.

    Just have an unwavering faith in what you are doing and when the going gets touch, take more action!

    Feel Good!

    Ben