Praxeology is the study of human action (for lack of a more detailed description).
And action is where it’s at for making any significant change in your life.
Changing your body, your career, your relationships etc. All of it requires some sort of action to make it happen.
The current state of your life is a result of the actions you take on a daily basis.
If you like where you are at, then simply continue what you’re doing.
If on the other hand you want something to change, then you’ve got to make some changes in what you do on a daily basis.
SAYING you want something, and DOING something about it are two different things.
From a praxeological stand point what you say is irrelevant, what you DO is everything. (and I tend to agree with this)
If you say “I want to lose weight” but you don’t actually do anything about it, then you’ve proven to everyone around you (and hopefully yourself) that you don’t in fact desire weight loss more than your current weight. <– otherwise you’d be doing something about it.
You probably know people who are big talkers and never take action <– this is the worse place to be because people around you quickly learn not to trust anything you say.
On the other hand you probably know people who don’t say much at all and just get things done. <– this is where you want to be, because when this person speaks, everybody listens.
People will always judge you based on what you DO and not on what you SAY.
And above it all, you’ve got to do DO what you SAY. So be careful what you say, because your reputation and your trustworthiness is on the line every time you open your mouth.