Err on the Side of Action

It is better to err on the side of action. This way we can make adjustments. Where there is action there would be movement and adjustments. But when we commit an error on the side of inaction, then we achieve nothing and tend to make excuses. This would be a failure o,with no redeeming value. #PassionPurposeProductivity

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