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Thinking . . . . NOT Acting

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Some people feel compelled to DO SOMETHING. Others, like me, find it just fine to THINK and NOT DO sometimes.

I recently spent some time with someone who has to ALWAYS be doing something. Personally, professionally . . . in every area of his life.

From a business perspective I don’t think this serves you best.

Some of my best ideas have come to me when I’ve been just “hanging out” doing NOTHING. For many people this is a worrisome way to spend your time. Particularly if you are self-employed.

Make sure and take some time each day, week and month to just THINK. For me, I tend to spend a LOT of time doing that. When I’m ready to act, then I do it with maximum force.

What’s the proper balance? Only you can know but be aware that there should be BALANCE of both THINKING and ACTING!

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One Response to “Thinking . . . . NOT Acting”

  1. John Soares on July 15th, 2009 3:48 pm

    I do my best thinking when I’m hiking. Something about being away from all the distractions of modern society and also just relaxing — it gets my brain going.

    Typically for the first hour or so of a hike I get lots of ideas about current and future projects that I dictate into my small digital recorder for later listening/action. I don’t consciously try to do this; it just happens. Eventually my brain slows down and I pay more attention to my surroundings.

    Speaking of which, I’m off to spend the next three days hiking and camping.

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