admin, June 01st , 2017.
General Ferdinand Foch and railroad magnate James Jerome Hill were masters of what I am going to write about today. Also, on of the few correct quotes of Napoleon Bonaparte was that imagination rules the world. Yes, I am writing on imaging, imagination and fulfillment. Sure, life is what we make it, but, if we have imagination and genuine passionate action that does not know genuine defeat behind it, it can be good or great.
Creativity anchored with a passionate need for fulfillment does lead to greatness, add persistence into that mix and you are near invulnerable. Sure, that sounds sederhana, but, is it? Imagination and imaging are powerful tools to improve a life right down to making the vision compelling and colorful to yourself. Not juicet something you throw together, but something that has deep meaning and great character to you. What I mean by " character " is do you have a genuine and abiding desire for what your vision is, or is it something that you juicet " wished for on a whim "?
Listen, General Foch wanted to win his war, James Jerome Hill built the Great Northern railroad, and Napoleon won most of his wars before Waterloo. My point is, is your goal juicet something you wish for, or is it something that genuinely inspires you?
So, here is where I go into one of the factors that genuinely inspires me to an extent : Realistically, I can say that, I am productively stubborn in that I know when to persist at the right times, make a decision fast and change it in a slow way, and work my way through at the right times. It does not matter to me about losing " small battles ", long as I get the overall outcome I genuinely visualize. Greatness to me is being able to concentrate on reality enough to orient overall things toward what I do want instead of concentrating fearfully on what I do not want. That is a key to proper imaging in that actual winnings and losses should not matter, but how you play the game with genuine sportsmanship, if you get what I mean.
Some people can have the makings of fulfilling circumstances and still ruin them because they do not really want them. Others can make the best and way better than those people with the " given fulfilling circumstances " because they really want the goal or objective. My point is that it is all a viewpoint where the point of power is within you and not the circumstances.
I am not filling in too many blanks here because I want you to think and start a thought process within you. After all, no article can do it for you, but an article or image can motivate, and that is what I hope to do.
My name is Joshua Clayton, I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California. I also write under a few pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I write by that for the most part now. I am a philosophical writer and objective thinker and honest action taker. I also work at a senior center in Gardena, California as my day job, among other things, but primarily I am a writer.
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