Take Action on Your Dreams!

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  • I was privileged to recently attend the filming of Beyond the Secret as a guest of my friend Marcia Weider. We are proud to have her as the luminary today on Inspire Me Today. When you read her Today’s Brilliance you’ll see how she helps people do the most important thing possible- live the life of their dreams and get into action.

    This was also the key message I saw being taught in ‘Beyond the Secret’.  Taking action is simply the most important thing you can do to improve your life. Without taking action you’ll find that year after year your list of goals remains the same and nothing changes very much.

    Tools like positive thinking and creating your vision board are ways to get your train on the right track.  Once the train is on the right track and fueled up with the right attitudes and intentions, you still have to start the engine and move it down the track.  Otherwise the journey will never begin to lead you to the destinations of your dreams.  What’s the use of building tracks or having a train if it never leaves the station?

    While our thoughts are very important, taking one action step will be more beneficial than many well-intentioned thoughts. With each action you take, you will be getting one step closer to your goal.

    Each action you take builds exponentially on your previous actions to build momentum and move you faster.  The first action is the hardest.  After getting started you’ll move from taking a step to creating living habits.

    Thank you Marcia for sharing your wisdom with us. We appreciate you!



    Gail Lynne Goodwin

    Gail Lynne Goodwin is the founder of InspireMeToday.com, bringing the best inspiration to the world. InspireMeToday.com provides free inspiration, each day from a new Inspirational Luminary, to a global community of folks from over 150 countries. Gail has interviewed many well-known names including Sir Richard Branson, Guy Laliberte, Seth Godin, Tony Hseih, Gary Vaynerchuk, Michael Gerber, Marci Shimoff, Jack Canfield and hundreds more. According to Mashable, Gail was one of 2009's Top 25 Most Inspirational People on Twitter. Prior to InspireMeToday.com, Gail spent several years as manager for her recording artist daughter, Carly. As a result of the success of their co-penned song, "Baby Come Back Home", Gail accompanied her daughter to bases in the US and to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba where Carly performed for our troops. Gail and Carly created the 'World's Longest Letter' of love and support and delivered the 18-mile long scroll on a month-long tour of Iraq and the Persian Gulf in 2006. Gail is excited to present her latest course, Love in 21 Days, a step-by-step guide to finding love online. Love in 21 Days is founded on a logical process that has been tested - and proven! - by not only Gail, but also by students around the world who too have found love. Gail is a published author and a regular writer for the Huffington Post. She offers mentoring and mastermind services to clients worldwide from her home in Whitefish, Montana. Follow Gail on Twitter or Google+.

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    1. David Slocombe
      David Slocombe says:

      Hi Gail

      This message is showing up all over the place for me. So I am wondering 2 things. I am I suppose to share this message or apply this message.

      I am going to do both.

      I actually shared an fantastic story on my blog about this very message.

      Just start. Take action . That is the key.

      I am going to share this story with you to show and inspire people the amazing results that can happen when you just start.


      If I have offended you by linking to my blog, please forgive me.

      But this eye popping, super incredible story must be shared

      Thank you.



      P.S. Now go and do it!

    2. Gail
      Gail says:

      David, thanks for sharing. Of course it’s okay to post your blog link- we’re all about sharing great places to be inspired. We appreciate your post.

      Big hugs,



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