The famous businessman Henry Ford once stated that you can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do.
Yet that’s exactly what most people try. They talk about things but never do them.
They promise their partner to be more understanding and caring but fail to make time for a date night.
They talk about one business idea after the other but never launch a solid product or service.
They talk about losing weight but end up ordering a giant pizza with extra cheese and diet coke.
Talking is easy; doing is hard. But the problem is that constantly listening to someone who’s talking about the next big thing without ever lifting a finger is exhausting too.
Sharing your ideas and ambitions to receive feedback and encouragement is great, but don’t overdo it.
Sometimes, it’s better to keep your enthusiasm to yourself and share the things you actually do.