How many times have you said, “I want to…”

Wouldn’t you rather be saying, “I do…”

What is the difference between people who say “I want to…” and the people who say “I do…”?

The difference is that the people who say “I do…” cut the crap and took action.

Do you want to start waking up early?
Cut the crap and start waking up early.

Do you want to lose weight?
Cut the crap and stop eating junk.

Do you want to be strong?
Cut the crap and start hitting the gym 4x a week.

Do you want to start a blog?
Cut the crap and register a domain.

Do you want to learn to cook?
Cut the crap, watch some tutorials, and start cooking.

Do you want to learn how to code?
Cut the crap and learn how to code.

Do you want to catch up on your studies?
Cut the crap and start studying.

If you want to do something, cut out the crap and do it.

You can keep bullshitting yourself that you will start “someday” or you can cut the crap and get down to business.

It’s time to get things done.

Credits: This is based on a very similar piece I read many years ago, but I have no recollection of the source it was from.

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