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Should Do Vs Actually Do

Should Do Vs Actually Do

There is a gap that you may not know about. You are in between the gap right now.

The Knowing-Doing Gap.

It’s the difference between what we know we should do and what we actually do. Everyone’s gap has different widths.

Yours could be close, or it could be further away.

However, the closer it is, the better you will be off. We all know what the best thing for us to do is. Or we know how to get that information.

The faster we bridge that gap, the faster we start to do the things we should do.

My bridge starts construction today.

How far are you from what you should be doing?

For more information about The Knowing-Doing Gap, be sure to check out the concept through the book by Jeffrey Pfeffer & Robert I. Sutton.