Stop Trying, Start Doing

Stop trying and start doing.

When you try again and again to do something you may be setting yourself up for failing.  Why, because when you try, you have the subconscious option of failing.  When you do something, there’s no option of failure.

Well at least I tried, should be removed from your vocabulary.  So often I hear several people, including myself, saying just that simple phrase.  So we give up to easy.  It’s easy to say I tried to save the money, I tried to loose the weight, I tried to pass the test….etc…

Now what would happen if we said instead, I’m gonna do it.  I’m gonna save the money, I’m gonna lose the weight, I’m gonna pass the test.  When we say do,  we begin to start the steps to make it happen, even if it’s not a conscious decision.


There’s something about doing instead of trying, that automatically puts us into a state of mind when we can accomplish whatever we set out to do.

Basically it’s a matter of setting ourselves up for success, rather than giving ourselves the option of failing.  Setting ourselves up for success is really a matter of taking that first step.  Doing something, even if it doesn’t work, is better than just saying I’m trying. If what we do at first doesn’t work, the we simply do something else, and keep doing until we succeed.FB_IMG_1583246050318

About the Author

Monica is a wife, mother,  grandmother, big sister and am RN, with a focus on caring for our aging skin.  She lives in a small, rural  town  in central Idaho.  She has awards sales levels of $20,000+ annually and has built a social selling business both in person (traditional door to door) and online

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Monica is an  Independent Sales Representative from a small town (900 people) in central Idaho.  She has received awards for sales growth and awards sales levels of $20,000+ for the past several years.  She is a wife, a mother,  a grandmother, and RN.   She has built a social selling business both in person (traditional door to door) and online (with company sponsored e-store) 

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