Morning Cup of Joe – No More Words

It is no secret that the best orators in the world use their words to influence the actions of others. While that may work for a leader of a country or military, it is not so easy for the common man. Your words are meant to influence your own actions which is why you must always focus on the action rather than the words. The reason why most people talk is because it takes a bit more effort to act. They will almost always defer to using words rather than their actions because their actions require them to prove the validity of their words. Your actions should always prove to be louder than your words. Less Talking and More Action.

When you chose to act, there is very little need to say too many words. Have you ever noticed an elite athlete during a championship game of any sport? Very rarely is that athlete walking around babbling about how great he or she is. Very rarely does that athlete say anything to anyone because they are intently focused on their desired outcomes; which is obviously to win through their actions. The end result of more action and less words will always be positive as champions simply allow their outcomes to speak for themselves. What do your actions say about you?

The easier thing to do is to “talk about it” than it is to “be about it”. Being about it is where the separation between true winners and those who seldom experience the joy of winning begins. Join the winners circle by allowing your actions to speak for themselves. If by chance you are a talker, be sure to back your words up. Yet if you are focused on action, there will be no need for words whatsoever. You truly won’t have to talk if you’re doing it. Get out there and make things happen.

When you choose to act rather than speak; your actions will always speak for themselves.

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Joe Paul

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