As I was surfing admittedly random Web sites this morning, I came across this article on the self-help Web site PickTheBrain.com on how to get into “the habit of putting ideas into action now,” as the article’s author and Web site editor Erin Falconer puts it.
The article offers 7 ways of jumping into action, which are largely applicable whatever your professional field may be. While you may have heard some of the advice before, it’s the sort of advice that bears repeating every now and then.
“Remember that ideas alone don’t bring success – Ideas are important, but they’re only valuable after they’ve been implemented. One average idea that’s been put into action is more valuable than a dozen brilliant ideas that you’re saving for ‘some other day’ or the ‘right opportunity’.”
You may read the whole article on PickTheBrain.com.