Just Do It

I believe in common sense.

I’m not alone. I know that with everything I think, feel, or experience I’m not alone. Remember that when you get down on yourself, feel alone, or wonder how you could have done what ever it is that’s upsetting you.

We often spend too much time thinking about things. This is often the result of ‘Monday-morning-quarterbacking’. Actions, ideas, and goals are like a loaf of bread (Yes, I’ve been baking). Prepare, consider options, and then JUST DO IT.

You will either fail or succeed. If you take no action you are guaranteed to fail. If you follow directions the odds are you will win (succeed). If it’s not perfect, pat yourself on the back for the success and see how it can be better. Avoid berating yourself because it was good but not perfect.

Oh, when you are in the position to criticize others, look in the mirror after you do so. And remember, that could be you on the hot seat.

Compassion, respect, and understanding go a long way in human interactions.

With my respect and friendship,

David

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One thought on “Just Do It

  1. Short but sweet truths! It is one thing to know the truth, another to live it. David seems to understand this very well and as he says, the answer is to just do it! When you make a mistake, a lesson can be learned. If you repeat the mistake, you haven’t learned the lesson. But mistakes in themselves should not deter anyone from examining the situation and yourself and try again. More than likely perseverance will bring success and if it doesn’t, the joy must be found in the process and not the result.

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