When You Do It – Deb Juracich, International President

When You Do It
Ralph Marston
The work will be done when you do it. The problem will be solved when you solve it.
The money will be yours when you earn it. The skill will be yours when you learn it.
It’s not magic that creates the good and desirable things in life. It is focused, committed, persistent effort.
If you want life to improve in some particular way, then do the improving, be the improver. Jump to your feet and make it happen.
Skip straight past the wishing, begging, agonizing, theorizing, and wondering when the situation will get better. Step up, take action, and keep at it until you get the results you’re after.
You know what makes a difference, what brings value to life, and you know you can do it. So go ahead, without further hesitation, and get it done. — Ralph Marston (www.greatday.com)

As I read the poem above as presented by The Daily Motivator, it got me thinking. Let’s view this poem from a Sigma Phi Gamma perspective:
Finding new members will be done when you do it!
It is not magic that creates new friends and memories in SPG. It is focused, committed, persistent effort.
If you want to improve SPG in some particular way, then do the improving, be the improver. Jump to your feet and make it happen.
Let’s skip straight past the wishing, begging, agonizing, theorizing, and wondering if SPG will be around in a few years. Step up, take action, and keep at it until you get the results you’re after.
Each lovely SPG Sister makes a difference, knows what value SPG bring to life. Just do it! Go ahead, without further hesitation and get it done!
Let’s do it!

5 thoughts on “When You Do It – Deb Juracich, International President”

  1. Thank you, Deb, for always making a positive difference! So proud of your work as our International President.

  2. I agree with all of us are able to make a difference. One of the problems I have with recruitment is finding women who will be committed. Another issue I have is familiarity. I live in an area where Sororities abound, but none are familiar with SPG. Are there any suggestions on what I can do to help with that?

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