Which Person are You in Life?

Which one are you in life?

Which person are you in life?

1. A person who lives life as it happens.

Life is not something that just happen. If you think your life is out of your control, it’s because you have chosen to give up your role as its designer, engineer and architect. Life is what you make of it, if it is not good, make it good, start now: start by making simple decisions and taking action, moving away from what you do not want and to what you want. Which person are you in life? If you do not know what you want, figure it out.

Self discovery: “Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” ― Aristotle

Life and living it is all about the journey. For instance, when you know the answer to Which one are you?, you create new opportunities, have different experiences and create a the life you want.

Sitting back and letting things happen does not bring about quality of life, seek clarity.

No assessment isn’t going to provide immediate clarity and sense of purpose. Seeking it can be a daunting experience, and stressful if the solutions you seek do not happen when you think you need them.

There’s no better feeling than when it become clear that you have unblocked a blockage in your life. Those moments are blessings, be openly thankful.

Be curios, be open, explore, be ready to embrace the opportunities that come along in your life. Good attitudes help the self-discovery process, help gain clarity about your life’s purpose.

2. A person who lives their life by making something happen.

There are people who make things happen, there are people who watch things happen and there are people who wonder what happened. To be successful, we have to be people who make things happen. – Jim Lovell

We all fall in one of these groups or have vacillated between them and probably never wondered or asked ourselves why. In order for us to have the kind of life we desire, we have to be proactive in creating it.

People who make things happen seem to share certain admirable characteristics people in the other two groups lack. They are go-getters and know that if anything is to be, it’s really up to them.

The following are characteristics I have observed people in this group to have.

They are confident – They believe in themselves and their abilities, nothing is ever impossible to them. That person has tremendous self-esteem and usually don’t need others to validate them or show them their greatness.

They aren’t afraid to get their “hands dirty” – They do whatever it takes to accomplish their dreams. If they have to take up a second job so that they can save up to purchase their dream home, they do it. If they have to cut back on social activities so that they can pursue a college degree, they do it. Unlike most people, they are willing to make sacrifices even if it means being uncomfortable for a while.

They don’t talk, they DO – They have mastered the art of taking action and letting results speak for themselves. They have a plan which they usually work discretely. While others are busy talking about they want to do, they are usually busy DOING the things that need to be done.

They have a healthy sense of urgency – They don’t put off for tomorrow what they can accomplish today and don’t allow procrastination to rob them of opportunities.

A person who lives their life by making something happen doesn’t wait for opportunities to present themselves, they create them – You snooze, you lose is their mantra. He or she believes that some opportunities are hard to come by and don’t always present themselves; so this person will create opportunities where and when they see fit.

They are resilient – They don’t give up in the face of adversity. He or she may stumble and even fall but they don’t stay down for long. This person knows how to bounce back and don’t waste time and energy wallowing in self-pity.

They are consistent – They work their plan diligently even when it seems wiser to quit because results aren’t evident. He or she doesn’t get bored by repetition or rote routines. This person knows that as long as he/she keeps on sowing, they will eventually reap the harvest.

They eat, sleep and breathe their dreams – Their goals and dreams are always at the forefront of their minds, even when they aren’t actively pursuing or working on them, they constantly think about them and live their lives in alignment with them.

They never stop dreaming – No matter how much they accomplish, they never allow themselves to get too comfortable and content. This person forever seeks out ways to get to the next level and dream up new dreams.

They believe in the power of numbers – They have an accountability partner or belong to a mastermind group. This person understands the importance of networking with like-minded people who support their dreams, keep them motivated and ensure that they follow through on whatever they commit to do.

A person who lives their life by making something happen.

They value self-development and improvement – They always evaluate themselves and seek out ways to better themselves and become the kind of person they need to be to sustain their goals and dreams.

They set realistic goals – They understand that they should only bite what they can chew and are content achieving one goal before moving on to the next.

They face their fears head on – They feel the fear and do it anyway. He or she doesn’t allow fear to stand in the way of them pursuing their dreams no matter how real or big the fear is.

They see problems as challenges they can overcome – They are great at seeking solutions and eventually turning things around to work in their favor. If they can’t solve the problem themselves, they seek out those who can.

They have laser-like focus – They don’t allow themselves to get distracted by things that would likely jeopardize the fulfillment of their goals and dreams. They always keep their eyes on the prize.

These are characteristics we can all emulate in our pursuit to become people who make things happen.

3. A person who doesn’t make anything happen; just existing and withering away.

Some People Feel Like They Are Wealthy. I am not necessarily talking about the fact that they are rich with material things. Likewise, you might agree with me that some people do feel wealthy because they are wealthy. But there are some who feel wealthy because they have a good health; a good job; a happy home life; they are not really in need of anything. They have all they need to satisfy their life and they are happy just the way things are in their lives.

Some People Feel Like They Are Weary. They are weary because something hasn’t gone their way. Some feel weary because they have been on an emotional roller-coaster. Some have been beaten emotionally because of some criticism they have heard.

There are those who are so weary because of lack of rest. Some have found themselves restless because of some decision that they have to make. This leads to being very weary.

You may be surprised to hear that (3) Some People Feel Like They Are Withering. There is some one (only they know who their are) that is thinking their life isn’t worth much. You have determined there is no hope for you and your situation.

This is someone who thinks that they have reached a point in their life to where nobody has use for them anymore. They think that their life is beyond repair. They think that everybody has turned their back on them and left them all to theirself to make it on their own.

This person thinks that because they feel that their life is withering away, that there is basically nothing else to live for. As you can imagine they are not really enjoying life; they are just existing. They don’t want to live that way, but they have almost resigned to the fact that their life may never change.

Solomon Greenlee

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