Daniella Whyte

3 Practical Signs You’re Doing Just Fine (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 160)

3 Practical Signs You’re Doing Just Fine

“If you’re going to affirm something, affirm the truth. Then go do something about it.”
— Jim Rohn

When you desire to make something happen, you will find the will to do it. When you find your will, you will begin to put it into action. Your action will become momentum. Your momentum will become progress. Anything ever happens without a desire and a will. Once progress is made, destiny is ultimately realized. 

Here are 3 signs you’re doing just fine:

1. You have ideas. Ideas rule the world. Ideas control the direction of society. If you are a person with ideas — even if it is just one — you are a powerful person and you have the seeds to do something wonderful in the world. If you find a problem, consider doing something to solve it. Let your mind show you how wonderful it is when you put it to work creating solutions.

2. You are creative. Within every person resides a wellspring of creative energy that propels us forward. Creativity, like talent, must be nurtured. If you have discovered your creative edge, and are honing your skills — whatever they are — you are doing just fine in life. Your creativity is your expression of life as only you can express it.

3. You make things happen. You don’t sit around while the world passes you by. You don’t complain that the world has left you behind. You don’t argue about all the problems that exist. Instead you get up every day with the intent of making something happen. The people who make things happen are the most productive, successful, and happy. After all, things are not happening to them; they are happening to things.

“Those who restrain their desire do so because theirs is weak enough to be restrained.”
— William Blake

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