Society divided into two groups.
In other words, some people sit back and do little, except that which is required to exist, and allow the Doers to...do all the work.
Do we consider ourselves Doers? I do. But am I a Doer all the time? No, not at all. Sometimes I do kick back, pull away, fall out, or stand by...and watch. However, this is only a respite--I have not lost my Doer persona.
As we grow and learn, some humans naturally seek out learning, doing, and succeeding.
Look at some athletes who came from a crime-ridden neighborhood, but when he matured decided on his own to break away and make something of himself.
This sort of scenario happens all the time. I believe some humans are born with a natural attitude of wanting to succeed, and they break away and become successful.
These kinds of people always amaze me. They seem to succeed despite all odds against them. They are natural-born Doers.
If you are like me in any way, you are a Doer. But I wasn't a natural born Doer. I was a little slow getting started, but when the urge did kick in, I desperately wanted to learn new things and succeed in ways I never thought possible.
I did, and I'm not finished yet.
Some days I feel so lazy and weary of writing, editing, promoting. But soon, I've revived and begun once more.
If you need a boost with your Doer persona, here are seven ways to succeed:
Write about something you care about.
Write every day
Be prepared to work hard
Let it go.
I am a Doer.
If you're reading this, I bet you are, too.
Celia Yeary-Romance...and a little bit 'o Texas
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