“If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done. Make at least one definite move daily toward your goal.” – Bruce Lee
There is a time for discussion and a time for action. Knowing what time it is will save you and those you work, study or live with a great deal of misery and frustration.
Leaders must cultivate this vital sensitivity if they are to guide effectively. Absent this all-important quality of leadership, arguments become circular, relationships become strained, frustration waxes and enthusiasm wanes.
Acting without thinking is frenzy. Thinking without acting is idleness. Thinking followed by acting, in a balanced oscillation, is the basis by which steady progress is made in any endeavor. One definite move a day keeps the doldrums away!