Vision without action is a daydream; action without vision is a nightmare

“Vision without action is a daydream; action without vision is a nightmare.”

– Japanese Proverb

This proverb applies to  any goal, desire, and life situation. Vision without action might be keeping you from achieving your dreams or becoming the person you’d like to be.  Action without vision is at the root of addictions, bad relationships, and monotony.

Listen in as we discuss this parable and the personal ways we’ve been affected by these two truisms including pornography addictions, phone use, relationships and more.

In what other aspects have you seen this proverb affect your life?  What tools and methods do you use to fuse the two into harmony? What motivates you to action when you have a vision?  What helps you stop acting without vision?

We’d love to hear your thoughts here or on Instagram!

Items discussed in this episode:

12 Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson

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