“Act Until Echo” – M.J. DeMarco, Unscripted
Action until it yields result. A powerful thought which upon feeling I felt many pieces click together. A sort of missing piece in my own puzzle to make sense of the world.
A kin to the thought great thinker Hannibal “I will either find a way, or make one.”
I like simplicity in this M.J. DeMarco’s version, there is specified action (act), then there is time constraint (until) and then there is also defined the wanted outcome (echo).
Echo refers to the feedback. Action creates all kinds of feedback, you can then go further and define what kind of echo it is you want to see in your life.
In life often there is more than single path to the desired outcome, as Hannibal suggests.
What one deems worthy of action is not so for another one, we are all in path to learning and understanding the priorities of life. On this path action is our friend, because action can be then transformed into harmonious action.
This is the insight shared in Bhagavad Gita. Passivity must be transformed to action. Action into harmonious being.
When you determine your desired outcome, take action until you get feedback. Based on that feedback you can decide to keep doing what you are doing, adjust or find another way.