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Trying vs Doing. When you say “I’m going to try”, you’re building into your potential for failure or limitation. When you say “I’ll “do” it”, it sets you up to succeed right out of the gate.
“Doing” is such a powerful affirmative word. Do you feel that shift in energy when you say “I’ll try it” vs “I’ll do it”?
Trying vs Doing – Do or Do Not, There is No Try
“Trying” means to struggle, attempt or strive. The underlying energy when using this word prevents you from giving in to the consequence of whatever it is you desire. If someone tells you “I’m gonna try to be there”, do you count on them to show up? Of course not..
Many people fear success; for them it feels safe to say “I’ll try to do it” instead of using the stronger affirmative statement “I’ll do it.”
Trying puts attainment of your objective in the future… it will happen someday, so you don’t have to think about the possibility of success or failure today. In your mind, trying is just an illusion. Trying is used passively, so you don’t have to fully embrace or DO what you state you’re trying to accomplish.
Trying is Passive. Doing is Active
Have you ever achieved a goal? If so, then you know taking action and “Doing” not “Trying” is what got you there. “Attempting” to do something is based totally on fear. Trying is essentially, avoiding what needs to be done because of fear. Fear of failure, disappointing others, fear of change, fear of success, fear of anything and everything.
Setting out to attain something based on the attitude of “I’ll try” shows you’re not totally committed and have already determined your outcome—you’re not going to complete it.
When you fully commit to achieving a task or goal, you’re ignited with passion and faith. Worry or doubt will not stop you. You may doubt your abilities at first, but eventually the change in your language will began to change the energy of your thoughts and actions.
Change the way you speak of your endeavors to exclude the word try; you either “do” or “do not”. Be honest about why and know that you can change that reason at any time.
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