Strategy vs execution

Dont get caught up in thinking too much about what you are going to do – get on with it and give it a go. Sometimes strategy is actually in the execution – get momentum into your thinking by taking action. Be a doer not a talker.

Success is down to 20% thinking and 80% doing – dont get it the wrong way round.

Deeds not words!

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2 Responses to Strategy vs execution

  1. Andrea Reive says:

    Interesting as I just read recently:

    ‘What, in your opinion, comes first motivation or action? If you said motivation, you’re wrong. Motivation does not come first, action does. You have to prime the pump. Then you will begin to get motivated, and the fluids will flow spontaneously. Individuals who procrastinate frequently confuse motivation and action. You foolishly wait until you feel in the mood to do something. Since you don’t feel like doing it, you automatically put if off. Your error is your belief that motivation comes first, and then leads to activation and success. But it is usually the other way around; action must come first, and the motivation comes late on.’

    But then I watch shows like Mary Queen of Shops and think people really need to think much more before they act.

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