7 Steps To Take Massive Action in Your Life

7 Steps to Teach You How to Take Massive Action in Your Life

When you take little or no activity, you will get average outcomes. This is the law of the galaxy, and there is not a thing you can do to modify it. Even the lotto needs you to take action by buying a ticket to have a chance to win. If you are disappointed with any places of your lifestyle, maybe you need to learn how to take massive action.

Here are the 7 steps to teach you how to take massive action in your life:

1) Admit This – Knowledge Is Power Isn’t True

If you think knowledge is power, let me tell you it isn’t true. If knowledge is power, why aren’t the richest or most powerful positions in the world held by people who have pHDs and Masters? Knowledge itself isn’t powerful. Knowledge is only useful when it is incorporated with action.

Most people know it, but they don’t get it. Your life is going to stay the same if you are only reading more. You can turn your life around only when you had decided to make use of the acquired knowledge and take action to make things happen.

2) Have An End In Mind Because Without One You Are Just Wasting Time

Know what you want and this will help to guide you along your journey. It is necessary to take massive action, but it will be useless if you do not know where you want to end up at. You need to keep rowing to move the boat forward. However, you will end up at places you don’t want to be if you don’t know where you are rowing towards.

If you do not know what you truly want to achieve in your life, find out what you are dissatisfied with. It is a good place to start. Be aware of your dissatisfaction in your life and set a goal to turn it around. Make it a goal to lose weight if you are dissatisfied with how you feel and look. Make plans to get out of debt. Find ways to start a business. Just get an end to your mind so you can start to work towards it.

3) Brainstorm For Strategies

You will need strategies if you want to reach your goal. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. You may not have all the answers now, but you need the first set of strategies that you will take to start moving forward. You can improve upon your strategies afterward.

Brainstorm about all the strategies you have in your mind and write them down on a piece of paper. Brain dump everything on the piece of paper and don’t think about how silly the idea is. You are not going to evaluate during the brainstorming period. Evaluation will only hinder the process.

4) Evaluation

You need to find out whether your strategies are feasible and are they the 80/20 tasks that will provide you with major results. For your info, the 80/20 principle is the concept of identifying key tasks (20%) that will produce the greatest results (80%).

The common mistake during the evaluation period is to allow fear to make the decisions. After the brain storm session, most people will cross out many fabulous strategies due to fear. They will start to doubt their capability of carrying out that strategy. Don’t let fear hold you back. Ask yourself this question; “if you can’t fail, will you still do it?” If you do, most likely it will be a key strategy or task that you need to undertake.

Remember to identify the 20% tasks that will produce 80% of the results. Checking email is the 80% task that will produce 20% of the results. Writing an article or creating products are the 20% tasks that will produce 80% of the results for a blogger. You get the idea.

5) Start Moving

It is time to get to work. Your dreams will remain as it is unless you start to take action to turn it into reality. I believe you are going to take the necessary action or else you won’t be reading this article in the first place. Refer back to the strategies that you chose and derive specific action that you must take.

David Allen, the author of bestselling book Getting Things Done, mentioned one excellent idea in the book. If you want to tune your car, tuning your car should not be in your to do list. You can write ‘tune my car’ into your to do list if you are the car mechanic. If you’re not a mechanic, it is a good idea to break the task down into action steps that you can do instead.

This is the thinking process.

Tune my car – Find the name card of my favorite mechanic – Get the number of the garage – Call and schedule the appointment.

Tune my car is broken down into specific steps that you need to take in order to get things done. When your tasks are specific, it increases the probability of you doing it. If your to do list is filled with vague tasks, you are making it harder for you to take action. Life is hard enough, make things easier.

If you intend to write “tune my car” in your to do list, what is the next step you are going to take? You do not have a specific step to take in this case. You are making yourself procrastinate when your tasks are vague. It will be a completely different story if you write down ‘find the name card of my favorite mechanic’, followed by ‘get the contact number of the garage’ and lastly ‘call and schedule your appointment’.

Getting specific tasks out on your to do list can help you gain clarity, take action faster and build your momentum to take more massive action.

6) This Is The Secret Weapon You Can Use If You Are Reluctant To Take Action

Let me introduce you this idea, 5 Minutes Room Rescue, proposed by the FlyLady, who is an executive turned into an organization guru. The idea is to set your kitchen timer for 5 minutes. Next, rush to your dirtiest room and clean it up. When the timer buzzes, stop and you can stop with a clear conscience.

This powerful strategy can help you to kick-start yourself into taking massive action. Sometimes when you just don’t feel like doing anything, set a timer for 5 minutes and start doing it. Usually you will end up doing more than 5 minutes. It is hard to stop when you are seeing instant results.

To get you to start is the hardest task. However, it is hard to stop when you get started. This is where momentum will help to make things easier for you.

7) Review And Fine Tune

Taking massive action is terrific, but it won’t matter if it does not produce the results that you want. Make it a habit to do weekly or monthly review. Use numbers to help you track results. If you want to lose weight, track your weight monthly. Record them down on an excel sheet. If you want to start a business, create a time line and review it monthly to see how you are progressing.

The most important question that you need to keep asking yourself is whether are you getting nearer to your goals.

If what you are doing now is not getting you nearer to your goals, fine tune and change your strategies. If you are doing the right things, results will show. This is why tracking numbers and reviewing your progress is crucial. Once you start to see the results, you will be inspired and motivated to take massive action.

“My first thought was, who am I to teach?”

– Mary Kate McDevitt, Skillshare teacher with 50,000 students


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