Non-doers are incredibly good at coming up with reasons not to do something.
Often, there is a lack of action because there is a lack of confidence. Non-doers are often bogged down with a feeling of not being good, smart, athletic, skinny or talented enough; or whatever other reasons we can magically pull out of our excuse box.
Let’s say you’ve always wanted to learn how to dance the Argentine Tango but are too scared because you don’t think you’re graceful, coordinated or athletic enough. Everybody at the class might be way better and you don’t want to look stupid in front of them. So you talk yourself out of it.
How do you think those people got so good at the Tango? Were they all that good right away? Hell no. Most of them probably stepped on their partner’s toes, danced like robots or danced completely off beat when they started. But here’s the difference between the doers and non-doers. Are you ready? They started.