Plan and then act, don’t react

How many of you have great ideas but never act on them? Of course we need to react to situations during the day, but reaction soon becomes such a habit we lose sight of all else. Take five to 10 minutes to write down one to three goals you want to achieve today working ON your biz, not IN it.  

I'm goin' a little Tony Robbins on you today, taking a stab at being motivational. I've been promoting ideas. Now I'm going to promote action. While at Comfortech in Nashville I learned a valuable lesson: Knowledge is no longer King — action is. Did I mention that before? If so, it bears repetition.

How many of you have great ideas — in the shower, layin' awake in bed, driving along the freeway, sitting on the ... nevermind, just where

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