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**What kind of action should we take?
How do we get out of our heads and take action?
While it's true motivation follows action, and we have to take some sort of action, we don't have to start with the hardest thing we're trying to achieve.

So here,trying to provide answers to the above stimulations;

-New habit formation:Any kind of innocuous new habit will switch our perception up, as long as it's not on the passive end of the spectrum, like drugs or social media. Take a different route to work. Change where you get coffee. Listen to a different radio station. Change, is change, is change, is change.

-The power of suggestion: Just muse to yourself, What if X. What would it look like if X. It's not that big a deal to do X. Millions of people do X. Don't do this in an “I suck” way. Keep it low key.

-Picture ourselves doing it: Athletes do this: picture themselves going through the motions, with as much detail as possible. If I run through something in my mind, as if I'm actually doing it, not just making a verbal list, I'm a lot closer to actually doing it. It's like a sub-habit.

-Ask for help from within ourselves:This works in a similar way to suggesting to yourself that you will wake up before the alarm goes off. The mind is an amazing, amazing thing. I put it right out there, talking to that part of myself as if it's a person. Hey, I'd like it if you would suggest some good ideas to me. Please drop them in my thoughts any time. Works really well.

-Ask for help from a friend: Friends often have their own tasks they struggle with. Make a regular date to switch off being cheerleader, or lending a hand. Whatever makes sense.Develop a sense of humor about it,Nobody likes when I get all heavy about my limitations, but they're happy to laugh along at my self deprecating humor. And it lightens me up.

-Don't overthink: Often it's productive to just do something. Most mistakes are not fatal, and recovery is an acquired skill. If you're in motion, that's half the battle. Our perspective on everything will change.

-Move physically: Whether we are taking action on what you we to do, or not, you're still in motion and, again, that changes your perception.

I'd like to keep this short, but I can't because it's a topic near and dear to my heart. It requires structured details that will enable us to prepare more effectively:

The Source of Inaction

You must be extremely cautious about your unconscious belief system. When you don't put effort into the law of action, you're sabotaging yourself because you're afraid of success, that you don't think you're deserving of it, and you're probably doing a lot of what you're doing for external self-gratification.

The Actuarial Law

Most people fail because they rush through life without creating their own system. They believe that an artist, an ideas person, a pioneer, or someone who wants to achieve anything must suffer, endure, be poor, starve like an artist, be busy, and tire themselves when, in reality, they need to have a system in place.

The law of action refers to how you conduct yourself, including your ideas, emotions, habits, and technique of operation, as well as knowing how to put it all together like a well-oiled, systematic, and well-organized machine.

Systems aren't only for business; they're for anyone who wants to succeed in life, no matter what they're doing. I've devised a strategy. It's why I'm able to fulfill my objectives, live a healthy lifestyle, and travel the world.

It is the process through which your ideas and feelings unite to help you reach your goals and experience everything you wish in life.

It Has To Be The Right Job For You
It can't be job where you're attempting to meet the expectations of others. So, if you're studying or working, make sure you're studying something you're passionate about or working in a profession you enjoy. Make the job suitable for you.

There's another aspect to this. Change your mindset if you're studying for your future and it's not fascinating, or if you're in a job that you don't think is what you want right now. Develop a positive, healthy attitude toward the work you're now doing. You may not care about your studies or career, you may not care about the people around you, you may not care about a lot of things - but you are in that moment and environment right now.

Change your mindset because we've all been there. You might not start at the top but work your way up, and in order to get to where you want to go, you'll have to perform something you don't always enjoy, but it's job, so approach it with a healthy optimistic attitude.

Examine Your Current Situation:

Don't be too hard on yourself. It's fine to restart from the beginning. Consider where you are right now and why you want to reach your objectives. What is the rationale for this? Make a mental note of it. Get some photographs, slap them on a board, and load it with them to demonstrate why. Always keep in mind why you're pursuing these objectives and where they'll lead.
When you reach your goal, what will your life be like?
What impact will it have on your financial situation, your health, your lifestyle, and so on? Take a look. Imagine it. Make it as explicit as possible.
Sort out your surroundings. Make sure everything is in its proper location. If you're an artist, set up a section with everything you'll need. If you're a writer, be sure you have everything you need. Make your environment workable, inspirational, and organized so that you can do what you need to do when you need to.

Create Your Own Productivity Blueprint
Building a house, producing a successful novel, a skyscraper, an automobile, or anything else requires a Blue Print that allows you to track your work.

You must plan everything out like a blueprint in front of you. From the beginning to the end, you'll be able to see how it will turn out.
Change your plan if it isn't working for you. You know why you're doing it, and you know where you're heading; it's all apparent, but you might need to alter your strategy to get there. Change it if it isn't working. Continue to work on a plan that isn't working for you.

If the new plan isn't working, alter it as well. Until you figure it out, of course. Alternatively, locate an expert to help you identify your blind spots and develop a strategy for achieving your life's vision.
If your strategy succeeds, keep adding to it. Put in more effort, concentrate, and avoid being distracted by the outside world. If it works, hammer it down, put your foot to the metal, and go to work. You'll feel passionate about it, and you'll be ecstatic that you've finally figured out how to move forward.
You will get to where you want to go faster if you are fully committed to the plan that is now working for you. Listen, nightclubs, women, sex, and pleasure will always be available, but your time is limited.

How to Create a Successful Strategy
Many people knew I was an artist, but when they looked over to see what I was writing in my journal diary, they were perplexed. It appeared to be an accountant at work. They mistook me for a qualified accountant.

They had no idea this was my Daily Planner, and they had no idea I hadn't gone off to achieve anything. I had a strategy in mind. If you want to call it that, it was a roadmap that helped me keep on target.

A Successful Plan Of Statement is what it's called.
Purchase a planner or make your own. Here's an example of an effective plan of statement that you may use as a model. I don't look at this every day, but when I do, it helps me keep on track.