Saturday, October 10, 2015

Walk the Talk

It is baffling to hear people saying something they want others to do when they can't do it for themselves.

The effect to the one being told to obey is devastating. The person giving orders, loses credibility.

Although this is common knowledge, the practice is very uncommon.

So if you are reading this, walk the talk, and walk the walk. It is better to walk than talk because we move from one place to another. We create motion if we walk the talk, and if there is motion there is movement, if there is movement there is positive growth.

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