A WILL TO ACT ON PLANS TO REACH GOAL REALIZATION
SELF HELP GUIDE
If you have a will to act on plans then you have the ability to reach goal realization. Action speaks louder than words, since faith without works faith is dead. Down through the centuries we can note many characters that made a difference in our history. These people took action to achieve their goals by refusing to sit down and let someone else achieve. Action illustrates strong characteristics of a human being. At what time a person is confident people will take note and are more willing to help you reach your goals.
To help you see results of a person acting out on his intentions we can consider a few historic characters. Martin Luther King Jr. is one man that stood up for what he believed, at the same time this man stood strong, went through struggles and persecutions, yet he still acted out to achieve his goals. Martin started out in school as we all do, arriving at the University Atlanta Lab School, and moving onto Booker. Martin scored high on tests, which sent him to college at fifteen years of age. Born in 1929, Martin graduated with a Sociology degree in hand in the year 1948. Eager to learn, Martin participating in theological seminars, at the same time furthering his education, and throughout his course of action he received president awards. This is the turning point of his thirst to achieve further. As you can see, Mr. King Jr. had a will to achieve. Martin throughout his education won several awards, and finally awarded his degree of bachelors in the Divine. Martin continued his journey in learning as he reached high to achieve his goals.
Martin Luther King Jr. overall took hold of nineteen or more degrees and was finally given the Peace Award, which no other has ever received in the history of peace struggles. This man is a fabulous example of achieving goals.
His goals were obvious. This man wanted people to recognize him as a human being, thus something that should have never been a goal in the first place. That is all men are created equal and no one has the right to judge another man for his color. Martin is outstanding in his own creation, thus making him a true definition of man.
As you can see loads of action took place in Martin Luther King Jr., life. Now ask self, are you willing to put forth this type of effort to achieve? While you may not go through the same struggles Mr. King Jr. went through, you will go through your own struggles. Thus, ask self are you ready to battle to win the race of life.
Still, you need more than action to achieve goals. For instance, a detailed and structured plan will give you power to achieve your goal and put forth the effort to achieve. While you write your goal, you can put action in its place by filling in the partial details of your plans. Thus, fill in the gaps. As you write, you should allow no room for excuses. If you make excuses, you will have many setbacks along the journey to achieving your goal, and possibly miss reaching your goal.
Still, you want to remember that the best-laid plans fail, therefore keep this in mind as you write down your goals. Leave room for a backup plan to help you recover from setbacks, emergencies and the like. Backups are endorsements that provide encouragement, help, sponsorship, support, and backing. If you have backing, you have a plan.