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Are You Really Truly Living Your Life

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Are you really truly living the life that you want?

Have you thought about the life you want?

Are you waiting for the life that you want?

Many of you know what you want in life, have thought about the life you want, but are just waiting.  What are you waiting for?

Your life as you know it, will not get better by waiting.

Quote:  “Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.” – Jim Rohn

4 weeks ago I have followed this quote and decided that I need a change.  I knew aspects of the change that I wanted, but I did not know how I was going to do it.  I started out with some throw outs to social media, which gain me some traction.   Odd how that happens, but it put me into a position that I am today.

2 weeks ago I resigned my position with a decent firm in London for whom I worked for 2 years of my life. The day I resigned there was a vale of darkness was lifted and I was much happier all of a sudden, which in turns make my family happier.  I have made a decision to make a change.  Taking on a new position with a company that allows more family time.  I also have more time to work on my projects and grow the business I had started 5 years ago.

I see my life getting better, and it is not by chance.  It is getting better because I changed my priorities, changed my goals and changed my current situation.  If I had not made my decision 4 weeks ago, I would not have resigned and gone with the change 2 weeks ago.  Life is open now.  Life is mine!

Quote:  “Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.” – Jim Rohn

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