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Great ideas often receive violent opposition from mediocre minds.
-- Albert Einstein


Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Decisively to life

Every achievement is an idea that has been acted upon. Every success story is a story about doing what must be done to make the success happen.

A single idea can end up being worth millions of dollars. Yet for that to happen, it cannot remain merely an idea.

Sustained and focused action is the way wishes and intentions are transformed into results and achievements. It’s great to have a clever, creative idea, but only when you actually do something about it.

It’s powerful and effective to know what to do, but only when you actually do it. Dreams come true not just because they’re nice and desirable, but because they’re worked on.

Don’t keep your greatest possibilities locked away in your thoughts. Bring those possibilities to life with your actions.

When you have a great idea, or a beautiful intention, give it the love, respect and expression it deserves. Act on it, now and for as long as it takes, and bring it decisively to life.

— Ralph Marston

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