Reaching your goals requires tremendous mental effort. There are many steps involved, many decisions to make, many actions to take, and many obstacles to overcome.
You need to be organized, to plan in advance, to be prepared for the challenges ahead, to fight all kinds of distractions, to learn new skills and abandon old habits, to step out of your comfort zone, to make yourself vulnerable, to be open to criticism and immune to rejection, to recognize your own needs and understand the needs of others, and despite all of that mental work, you still need to be able to stay focused and motivated, and sometimes convince yourself that life is still good.
You can imagine why it is so easy to feel tired, stuck, and overwhelmed.
You may feel that despite having the potential to build the life you want, you are not getting the results you want. If the effort without results becomes chronic, then motivation is drained out, anticipation becomes frustration, challenge becomes defeat, and success turns into the need to just get through another day.
What can you do to prevent that from happening?
How do you find the energy to stay focused? How do keep yourself motivated even when you’re feeling lazy or bored? Where do you find the emotional strength to keep going, despite the setbacks?
By engineering action
Whether your goal is to lose weight, write a book, build your dream home, or find love, the only way to get there is by doing. You can create as many dream boards as you can fit on your wall. You can pray to the universe all day long to bring you what you want. You can read all the self-help books out there. Unless you take action, you will achieve none of your goals. Without action there is no success.
Action is the main ingredient of success.
Your actions are influenced by many factors, both internal and external. What you choose to focus on, how you perceive the world, how you interpret your feelings, how quickly you learn, how resistant your bad habits are, and even how well you use you calendar or how your work environment is structured, can influence, increase or diminish the effectiveness of your actions.
The actions you take today determine the future you build tomorrow.
And the actions you take are controlled by you. Not by your genes, not by your personality, not by your past, not by your amygdala. By you.
Using evidence-based and people-tested practices from psychology, neuroscience, and cognitive training, Engineering Action™ is a system designed to help you transform from dreamer to achiever.