The #MakeitHappen Alphabet

15
Dec
2014

What’s the first positive thing that pops into your head when you go through the alphabet?

 

Anything can happen.

Believe in something.

The Make it Happen AlphabetCreate opportunities.

Dream.

Eat Ice Cream.

Forget about disagreements.

Get involved only if you really want it.

Help people when you really can.

Invest in yourself. Invest in opportunities. Invest your energy.

Judge never.

Keep the world clean.

Love the people closest to you. Show love to everyone else.

Motivate yourself and others.

Never give up on something you really want.

Open your mind to new ways of thinking.

Prepare ahead of time.

Quietness can be a good thing.

Read.

Share your feelings.

Think outside the box.

Unite your circle of influence.

Venture into new areas.

Work smart.

Xenotransplantations is the longest word I could find that starts with X.

You are able to do more than you think.

Zoom in on what is most important to you and focus your time and attention on it.

Enjoy Your Ride
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3 Responses to “ The #MakeitHappen Alphabet ”

  1. Eric Hutchins on December 15, 2014 at 10:11 pm

    Eat Ice Cream! I love that one.
    and the X
    Nice job Darryl, that was fun.

  2. Paul Kirby on December 15, 2014 at 8:29 pm

    Great alphabet!

    • Darryl on December 15, 2014 at 9:03 pm

      Thanks Paul, I hope you shared it with your kids.

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