The Law of Implementation

I want to talk with you about a Universal Law of Success, the Law of Implementation. It’s not nearly enough to come up with an idea or a plan. You must carry out or Implement that idea and bring it to fruition. The Law of Implementation is just one of the steps to bringing your ideas to reality.

I want you to read this next line very carefully…

The faster you take an idea from concept to reality, the more likely you are to succeed with it.

In other words… you need to act fast in order to ensure your success.

All the ideas in the world won’t do you a bit of good unless you bring them to fruition. The real question is how do you do it?

It starts out with small but yet very important actions. Action is the element which overcomes procrastination. When you first think of an idea and have evaluated it to be one worth doing, you need to first create a minimum of 5 actions steps to start you in the right direction.

The overall objective is to start… I believe it was Confucious who said, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” This initial action is your first success.

Implementation allows you to accomplish more than you have ever thought. You cannot just sit on your ideas, you must take action each and every day in order to bring them to reality.


  1. Azamat on January 6, 2006 at 10:56 am

    Great tips, Armand! Short and sweet. Great blog!

  2. Bob Mulholland on January 9, 2006 at 12:54 pm

    Thanks for the motivation tip, Armand. I find procrastination to be a big problem for me.

    I knew you didn’t have that problem the first time I met you at Fred Gleeck’s house party in Nevada in 2001.