Action, of any sort, produces a result.
It doesn’t matter if a step worked or not, what matters is that you took it.
When you reflect on what worked, what didn’t, and why, you gain valuable insights. Insights provide education. That education fuels an even greater belief in the possibility of success, which inspires even more action. The more action you take, the more results you gain.
This cycle is how successful people sustain momentum.
In business, too many emerging leaders struggle with self-doubt.
They have a false belief that momentum, discipline, and focus are really hard and takes years to master; if they slow down long enough to think about.
Self-limiting beliefs mean accepting the status quo, remaining frustrated and overwhelmed, and never experiencing the personal joy of knowing you can achieve anything you desire.