Yes, the next word is “Action.” And, just as the only “condition” put on Joe in exchange for the counseling he’d get to receive from Pindar and his friends was that he had to put the Laws into action “right away, the very same day you first learn it,” it’s worth making that point here, as well.
John and I have both been delighted by receiving emails from readers telling us that they “really got that part.” That they understood the emphasis we put on taking action on the ideas you learn. In fact, many of them have made that commitment to us — and more importantly, to themselves — that they would apply the Laws and principles they learned in the book right away, that very same day.
Interestingly enough, this concept has been coming up again lately in both John’s life and mine, and without knowing about it, we both wrote articles on the topic. Me, in my weekly ezine newsletter, “Winning Without Intimidation,” and John in his own excellent blog.
By the way, later this summer John is taking some very significant action; he’s getting married to the very beautiful and charming Ana McClellan. And I’m taking action, as well: I’m going to fly up to Massachusetts to attend. 🙂
Please write in and let John and me (and the other readers of this blog) know how you are taking action, not only regarding to the principles in the book, but in other areas of your life.
How do you feel about the importance of taking action? (Of course, we’re talking about well-thought-out action, not acting irresponsibly or acting on a whim. But, you knew that). 🙂