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Bill Wilson

"You can’t think your way into right action, but you can act your way into right thinking".

BILL WILSON

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Your body takes cues about your own identity based on your actions. Your mind is always watching what you do and you can change your mind with new behaviors; not the reverse.

Once you act differently, your mind will take notice and it will actually change your self-image.

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If you keep doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep getting the results you’ve always gotten.

If you want to get different or 'better' results, you have to do different things. And you have to do those things before you feel ready.

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The Case For Taking Action Before You Feel Ready

In short, because you will never feel ready.

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