There’s two types of people in the world: thinkers and doers. You won’t make a dent in the world if nothing happens. If you want people to know what you’re capable of, do it. Even if you think you’ll fail, do it anyways. The way people conduct themselves in different situations is a greater determinant of behavior and character than the words through which they choose to express themselves. Actions are more revealing of one's true character since it is easy to say things or make promises, but it takes effort to do things and follow through. What you do holds much more significance than what you say. People say things and make promises they have no intention of keeping on a daily basis. Words are easy to throw around, but it takes a righteous person to follow through with actions that back them up. Promises mean nothing without proof. Some feelings cannot be expressed in mere words; they require actions to speak for them. Actions should meet verbal commitments, not conflict them. You can tell someone you love him or her as many times as you want, but until your behavior coincides with that, the other person will probably not believe you. Words are cheap, anyone can tell someone they love them, but they will not feel the immensity of these emotions until they are acted upon. You can only learn about a person’s true character by watching their behaviors toward you and toward others. If you promise something, people might not believe you until they see you actually do it. Remember, what one does is more important than what one says. If you give off two contradictory messages, verbal and nonverbal, people will have the tendency to believe the nonverbal over the verbal. People show what they really think and feel by what they do, rather than by what they say. Whatever your actions may be will show what you are trying to prove. If you are simply talking, nothing is happening, but when actions take place, you are actually engaging in this behavior. Actions prove who someone really is while words only show what someone wants to be.
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