“Do or Do not. There is no Try.” – YODA
You DO or you DON’T. When you say you are trying, you don’t really have to do anything. It also provides you with an excuse for why you didn’t accomplish the outcome you say you wanted.
You either do something or you don’t. Trying is the same as not doing it.
What are you trying to improve?
1. Are you trying to get in shape or are you getting in shape?
2. Are you trying to improve your marriage or are you improving your marriage?
3. Are you trying to improve your business or are you making it grow?
4. Are you trying to get out of debt or are you working on getting out of debt?
5. Are you trying to increase your income or are you increasing your income?
6. Are you trying to improve personally or are you investing on personal growth?
This may sound like a small distinction but it makes a huge difference.
Here are some steps to follow:
1. Eliminate the word TRY from your vocabulary. It is a worthless word that accomplishes nothing. It only makes you feel better when you do nothing.
2. Decide either to do it or don’t do it. If you don’t want to do something that’s OK! Don’t do it! Don’t pretend that trying is the same as doing.
3. Commit 100% to the outcome you want. Don’t settle for just trying.
Decide to DO or Not DO and get the results you want to achieve.