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|Action. “I never worry about action, but only about inaction.” Winston Churchill |
said those words. They are a great help to me for one simple reason. I recently
spent considerable time making plans. I thought about changes I needed to make
|But they are far less than the long-range risks and costs of comfortable in action.' |
Winston Churchill was also quoted saying, 'I never worry about action but only
inaction.' Both these quotes emphasise one thing, and that one thing is action, ...
|Knowledge is only power when put into action. Don't read endless amounts of |
books and blogs only to not act upon them when needed. Fill your ... And the
second from Winston Churchill: “I never worry about action, but only inaction.”
Fear is ...
|Chesterton, Gilbert K. It is not whether your words or actions are tough or gentle; |
it is the spirit behind your actions and words that announces your inner state. -
Ching Ning Chu I never worry about action, but only inaction. - Churchill, Winston
|Two strong proponents of action, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill |
and President Theodore Roosevelt, leave us with invaluable insights. “I never
worry about action, but only about inaction,” Churchill said. “Success is not final, ...
|I never worry about action, but only inaction. —Winston Churchill Sometimes |
patients are reluctant to get help for side effects. They think, “Maybe this will go
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|Once you make a decision you can stop worrying about the problem and move |
ahead. Winston Churchill said, “I never worry about action, but only inaction.”
Harry Truman said, “Once a decision was made, I did not worry about it afterward
|“There are plenty of good ideas if only they can be backed with power and |
brought into reality,” Churchill wrote to Arthur Conan ... True enough, Churchill
said during World War II that “I never worry about action, but only about inaction,”
but he ...
|Action. Summary. A strategic plan sitting on the shelf is a waste of time and |
money. It sucks the life out of people and organizations. ... “I never worry about
action, but only inaction” —Winston Churchill “They let the shit hit the fan, and
|“I never worry about action, but only inaction.” —w inston churchiLL Calls to |
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