Susan L. Farrell, Author

Do you Make Things Happen, or Do You Wait for Things to Happen?

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People that make things happen know what they want, they develop a plan to make it happen, they implement the plan, and they regularly evaluate their results.  If they are achieving the results they want, great.  If not, they reevaluate their plan, revise it as necessary, and implement the new plan.  They continuously do this.  Because of this, they make things happen.  They get what they want.

People that make things happen go after life, they go after what they want.  They also take full and complete responsibility for their life.

Other people may go through the motions of developing and implementing plans, but mostly they are waiting for things to happen.  They are waiting for someone else to do things for them, provide for them, care for them.  They are waiting for that perfect job or relationship to simply appear.  They are waiting for life to come to them.

Which type of person are you?  Do you make things happen?  Or do you wait for things to happen?

I am proud to say that I am someone that makes things happen.  If you are, too, great!  If you are not, I suggest that you decide to become someone who makes things happen.  Personal and professional life is much fuller and more satisfying when you make the life you want rather than waiting for it to magically appear.  Even at Hogwarts, magic did not just happen.  Someone had to make it happen; someone had to wave a wand, incant a spell, or stir a potion.

Take control of your life and make the things you want happen.

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