I could do that.
Or so you say.
Yet, you don’t do it.
So, what’s keeping you?
Where aren’t you doing it?
“I could do that.”
I hear this refrain all the time.
Yet, it’s easy to say you are going to do something. Not so easy to actually do it.
There are many things you say that you could do.
The question is… Are you going to actually do them?
How do you finish the statement, “I could…?”
- I could write a book.
- I could run a 5K
- I could find a new career
- I could start a business
- I could get out of debt
- I could get organized
What could you do?
If You Really Wanted To…
One of the first excuses is, “I could do it… if I really wanted to.”
“You keep talking about it, so it sounds like you want to… but you still aren’t doing it.”
If you want it badly enough, you can find a way.
You may not succeed your first try. (Sorry, you probably won’t.)
However, you are assured of failing if you never try.
…Then Do It!
Instead of telling yourself and others what you could do, tell everyone what you are doing.
Because you can do it.
You just need to actually move.
Get up. Do it. Take the first step.
So, what can you do?
And what are you doing about it today?