Back in 1919, a woman named Sarah Grand offered some really sound success advice. She said,
“Just do a thing and don’t talk about it. This is the great secret of success in all enterprises. Talk means discussion; discussion means irritation; irritation means opposition, and opposition means hindrance always whether you are right or wrong.”
Take it from Ms. Grand — speak less and work more. Its results which count, not endless talk about what you plan to do.