The Difference Between a Doer and a Talker
“The way to get started is to quit talking, and begin doing.”
Walt Disney 1901 – 1966, American entrepreneur, Animator,
As I see it. . . . . . . .
The difference between a doer and a taker
The talker may sound good . . . . talk a big game . . . . But talkers are prone to continue to talk . . . . and rarely will take action on their thoughts.
What a talker will do is to make excuses for their lack of action . . . . and use the blame card for the reason that they can’t get started. A talker life . . . . is a life of smoke and mirrors with very little substances.
A doer is a difference type of person . . . . They are the path finders in life . . . . . they will go where other people have not gone before . . . . and do what others won’t do.
A doer has a vision for their life and goals. There vision of their life burns brightly in their thinking . . . . and becomes their purpose.
Doers know what they want to achieve . . . . and what they will have to do to achieve a successful outcome. They are also committed to their vision . . . . and will focus their time and efforts to make their vision become a reality.
When a doer encounters an obstacles they see it as a challenge that needs to be conquered . . . . and does everything in their power to find a successful solution.
A doer will verbalize what the want to achieve . . . . and then take the actions to achieve their goals. The talker will talk a big game . . . . and won’t take action.
The difference between a doer and a talker . . . . is the talker continues to talk . . . . and wait . . . . while the doer is doing.
©2016 Lou Ludwig Success Tips, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author