Do you feel like the people in your life are always telling you what to do?
Do they tell you to get out more, work less, eat healthier, or spend more time with them?
We all have those people in our lives that want us to change something about ourselves.
But sometimes we need to take the advice and stop listening. We’ll use this blog post as an example.
I’m writing a blog post called “Stop Talking and Do Something.”
This is what it might look like if I listened: “I know! Let’s make a list of things we can do instead!”
“What should we call it?” “How about ’10 Steps Toward A More Productive You?'” “We should have an intro paragraph with a quote.”
“What’s our motivation for this?” etc. etc. Do you see the problem here?
I’m doing what someone else told me to do–writing a blog post because they told me to write one! Well, now it’s time for some action: stop talking and start taking my own advice.
It turns out that “doing something” is just writing content without numbers or bullet points (but it can’t be anything).
So let’s get started on why people need to spend more time away from their devices.
If we’re going through all of these steps, then we might as well write another sentence about what will happen next in this process