Are Your Reactive or Proactive?
Parshat Shelach



Do you usually find yourself reacting to situations or creating them? Do you generate opportunities or wait for them to come your way? Do you take the initiative or just respond to others? Do you ever lead the way? Or are you afraid to do so? Would you define your life as one of an accumulation of forces that have shaped you, or one that you have shaped? A life of playing defense or offense? The answers to these questions are no small matter. They can determine the course of your life and destiny. For example: How many opportunities may you have missed due to your waiting for something to happen instead of making something happen?

There are three types of people: Those that make things happen. Those that watch things happen. Those that ask: what happened? Please join Rabbi Jacobson in this global broadcast and discover how you can become one who makes things happen, instead of one who things are happening to. Learn how to take the initiative, how to be proactive instead of reactive. And how this can make all the difference in your life.


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Parshat Shelach”

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