Success is a Consequence of Your Actions, Not a Coincidence

Most people who struggle to find success in life have one thing in common. Many people talk big, but don’t act. Having big plans does nothing if you don’t work at them.

Good planning ensures you’re constantly taking action, not just continuing to plan. Effective goal planning means doing your research, improving your skills, and taking action. Yes, planning is great, but don’t just think or dream about what you want to do. Just do it.

Note taking is a useful exercise sometimes, as long as you then take action on those notes soon after. You can keep learning all the time. Constant learning is good. But, understand that some of the best learning you can have comes simply by doing.  Just start to do what you set out to do, then learn as you go.

Too many people get stuck at the learning stage. They read plenty of books and articles, listen to related podcasts and audiobooks, and watch related videos. But, effective learning involves continuously taking action on what you’ve learned. 

You must take action on what you are learning  to gain any momentum. Yes, highly successful people never stop learning. The key is to never stop doing, too. 

Make a plan that you can immediately  start doing. Then, win or lose, learn from the experience. Afterwards, make a new plan to take another step forward. That’s how you build momentum and work towards success!

~ Amelia <3

Amelia Desertsong is a former content marketing specialist turned essayist and creative nonfiction author. She writes articles on many niche hobbies and obscure curiosities, pretty much whatever tickles her fancy.

One thought on “Success is a Consequence of Your Actions, Not a Coincidence

Comments are closed.

Back To Top
%d bloggers like this: