The book was written to serve as a guide for development and coaching however, much of its content can be applicable to assessing our mental state in everyday living. For example, one factor the authors address is the need to become action-oriented. In other words, living your best life requires the ability to “take action.” If you are constantly hesitating or delaying taking quick and timely action, this may be an indicator to take a closer look at your lack of action. The hesitation may be prompted by perfectionism, procrastination or the avoidance of risk. According to Lomardo & Eichinger, below are some strategies to help us overcome the inability to act.
Remember the words of John F. Kennedy, “There are risks and costs to a program of action. But they are far less than the long-range risks and costs of comfortable inaction.” If you feel you lack the ability to act and you’re ready for change, contact us today. We’re here and ready to help!