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Most of us know the famous Nike slogan. But how do you tell an over analytical person to just do it? I mean, I’ve gotta draw out the pros and cons list. I’ve gotta calculate the height and distance before I take the leap. What if things don’t work out fine? What if this is a bad move? With all these systems and structures in place, most people like myself end up stalling on decision making.

Well, this year you’ve just got to do it! Get stuff done. Make that move. No room for dilly-dallying. You like that girl? Just tell her! She’d either say yes or no. If she doesn’t like you, you can either move on or try and try again. Whatever it is, you’ve gotta move! Apply for the jobs, go on that trip you’ve planned all your life, start the business you’ve always wanted, complete that project you started, improve your spiritual and physical life as you’ve always resolved every new year- whatever it is, just do it! 

This message is definitely for me as well as everyone else who keeps stalling, lagging and waiting for the right time; the perfect moment. But hey, we would never know what would happen if we don’t try. In trying, and perhaps failing, we learn new ways of how not to get stuffs done.

I still strongly suggest following due analytical processes when it comes to high risk decisions. Just don’t spend too much time on it without taking any actions this year.

And if you’re not subscribed to this blog yet, just do it! 😀

Once again, I wish you the best of this year!

Lots of love,


12 thoughts on “Just Do It!

  1. And if you haven’t come to Christ Jesus…just do it! No more stalling, kicking it around, thinking it over…and over…and over. Faith is a main ingredient in trusting God and His unfailing promises…


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