Three frogs are sitting on a log.
One decides to jump.
How many are left on the log?
Deciding to do something is not the same as doing it.
With regard to creating personal success, making the decision to take action is a critical step in the creation process for success. But it’s not the same as taking the action itself.
Success actions can include starting new things as well as stopping the things and habits that you need to stop doing to make room for the success that you desire. You must also keep doing the things that you are already doing that are helping to create success in your life.
When you make a decision to create success you must follow it up with action.
Gary Ryan enables organisations, leaders and talented professionals to move Beyond Being Good.
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