Getting anything done is about taking the decision, getting started, doing it , and seeing it through, isn't it?
That's the Universal Formula.
Nothing works as well.
At the age of 10, I first heard that.
At that age, I felt there was something to it, but I wasn't sure what it was.
My mind wasn't attuned to abstracts.
What I saw and heard was a tall, gruff, lovable man of whom I thought the world, saying something to me on which he obviously set great store.
Because it was he who was saying it, I believed it, but I didn't understand it fully. Or the significance of it.
Later, in my late teens and early twenties, the original statement I'd heard in my early years, came to me again.
"Whatever ye do, Boy, Take a decision, Do it with a will, See it through."
The magic is in the simplicity.
It's a clear path, no confusion, no equivocation, no doubt about the objective.
And I've never known it to fail.
Learn the words.
Yes, do that.
Learn those words and repeat them till they're part of your thinking in any decision you make.
Then follow your own advice.
Tell us how you did when you get around to doing what you may have been putting off for a long time.
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