Getting to “Did”

I want to learn more, have better relationships, exercise more, make a real difference, travel there.

I will start a new business, finish that book, volunteer to help, address that issue in my life.

I did it.

We all “want.” Some will even commit to “I will.” But getting to “did”…that’s work! But it’s also where we satisfy the longing of our souls.

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  1. Alan, great words to live by. I agree, it is quite an accomplishment to get to “did” but well worth the effort! – Jay

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