Use Action Words – Werbs Are Powerful Motivators – Intended Push For This Map
For you to understand the real power of using action-words (verbs) to ‘command’ your brain to get things done.
Understand The Elements Of This Map
These are a sample of the kinds of action-words that can be used in various life-scenarios (see below)!
These are a few scenarios where using action-words would be useful.
Here’s a comparison between stating things that need to be done, with and without the use of action-words. Without action-words, each statement is unclear (what exactly does ‘Book project’ mean?!?) and weak (there’s no command to do anything with it). With action-words, what needs to be done with each item becomes clear and specific, and your brain is given a command to take action on it).
The ‘Verb:’ Banner
Identifies what an action-word really is: A verb!
Next Actions For This Map
Next Actions are practical suggestions for immediately putting this map to use.
- Say out loud, the action-words shown – do it quickly and observe how it makes a difference in your level of motivation
- Identify some additional scenarios where using action-words would be useful
- Practice using action-words to create a written to-do list, or to delegate a task to someone