Ready fire aim is the Do It Now! approach that I use. With it, you take action quickly then adjust your process as you notice the results you are getting.
I like this approach because of W. Clement Stone's 'Do It Now!' saying. I tend to start taking action to see what results I get and then, as I learn more and observe the results I am getting, I change my approach and process. The challenge with doing things this way is that more mistakes are made. Since I consider mistakes to be leaning opportunities, I don't mind making minor mistakes, especially when there is major potential.
Clement Stone's 'Do It Now!' phrase was embedded in my head in my early 20's when I first hear it. I almost automatically think Do It Now! when I want to do something, and when I a asked to do something. My wife, Kim, tells me that it makes me look mad because I do it so quickly.
I can tell you that I have experienced more failures, and gotten into more things, business wise, than I should have during my life. Firstly, I am a positive person, with a strong belief in the human mind, and I am an entrepreneur. I believe most people are honest and are telling the truth. Because of those reasons I have joined more network marketing companies than I ever should have. I also tried many, many, things that people suggested I try to help my Rheumatoid Arthritis, many which were a total waste of my time and money.
One thing I am very careful about, that goes with my ready, fire, aim approach, is saying what I am going to do. If I have ANY reservation about what I am about to say, any indecision, any doubt, I will not say I will do it. I will qualify my statement with "I plan to" or "I might". When I say out loud to someone that I am going to do something, I want their to be no doubt in their mind or mine that it will be done. That helps me implement the fire and aim part of my process. Once I have decided to do something, I want to take some action, even if it is just deciding to invest some time to think about what I decided.