Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
Life is not about what you intend to do in the future, but what you’re doing now. Today. In this moment. All your plans for the future are built on this, and like leadership speakers, no matter what your intentions are, if you don’t act on them, they mean nothing.
No one knows what you are thinking about. Even if you say that you’re hoping to do something nice, it won’t mean a lot if you don’t act on the ideas. You may also lose trust from other people if you have a tendency of saying that you’ll do something and in reality you don’t.
People will never remember the words but will always remember how you made them feel. If you let them down, they will never forget the disappointment that you caused on them. This will make you be seen as unreliable.
You should be whom you want to be, and follow through with your good intentions. You’ll always be remembered as the person who was always available for a friend, or the hard worker people could count on at work. It’s far much better to do a favorable action than having thoughts of doing reliable things.
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Latest posts by Andy Core (see all)
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