How to ‘Make it Happen!’ 6 Steps to Luck

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Somewhere on this 6 step list is where you need to take action to ‘make it happen!’ Good Luck!

These six steps are a cycle we all are always in. when preparing or within an endeavor. All thought and actions are based on feedback-response-application.

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How you respond to feedback and arrange it/react/apply yourself or not, determines the outcome. This channel is about the nuts and bolts of the primary 6 points of Human Endeavors.

1Quiet – turn down the noise, go somewhere quiet where you can think and have your paper and pencil ready.

2List(ening) – If you are not talking, getting ready to talk or thinking a thought, than you are in listen mode, the only place where a well thought list can be made.

3Knowledge – When you are making your lists, you will come to missing knowledge. Find the guides to assist you in acquiring the correct knowledge that has been proven with simple observation.

4Feedback – When you are quieter and making a list, you can review the feedback you are receiving and be clearer on what to do about it.

If you are not talking, getting ready to talk or thinking a thought, than you are in listen mode,

5Response – Develop a well thought plan on how you will respond next to your desire to ‘make it happen’, regardless of the endeavor or relationship you are improving on.

6Application – Put your plan into action! Whenever you hit a wall, go back to your previous lists and agreements with yourself and find the piece that is missing or needs to be modified. Somewhere on this 6 step list is where you need to take action to ‘make it happen!’ Good Luck!

LUCK is an anagram also, means Laboring Under Certain Knowledge

Put your plan into action! Whenever you hit a wall, go back to your previous lists and agreements with yourself and find the piece that is missing or needs to be modified. Somewhere on this 6 step list is where you need to take action to 'make it happen!' Good Luck!
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