Why we don’t do what we know we ought to do

Good food for thought in this article below.

Read it, consider what you’re scared of tackling, and go start making it happen. Start slow, don’t be hard on yourself, and stop second-guessing yourself. Believe me, enough of your “friends” will do that for you.

So, take a glance at the article and make something happen. Article: The Do Plan, or Why We Know But Don’t Do.

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

P.S. Please accept the greatest gift I can give.

P.P.S. Thanks to all who continue to make my novels a success. I seriously couldn’t have done it with everyone’s support. I’m excited to say that Little Man, and the Dixon County War  has gone as high as No. 16 on the Amazon UK Paid List (see here and here). My second novel, Sold Outhas also done well, also, going as high as No. 81 on the Amazon Paid List for the category of War (see here and here). Learn more about both books here.

3 thoughts on “Why we don’t do what we know we ought to do

  1. Stan, the whole problem is if I start doing…other people might feel less than because then they will not be as good and accomplished as me.
    So I just keep not doing so I do not make other people feel uncomfortable around me 😀
    (Do you believe that? I have some ocean front property in TN for sale)


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