Further wisdom from a very old book

As part of my daily morning routine, I read for twenty-minutes. Currently, I’m reading Napoleon Hill’s “Laws of Success” which pre-dates his more famous book, Think And Grow Rich. Quite frankly, I think “Laws” is a better book.

Last week, I passed on some words of wisdom from the book today I want to do the same.

On page 184, Hill writes, “Let it be here emphasized that your aim must be active and not passive.  A definite aim will never be anything else but a mere wish unless you become a person of initiative and aggressively and persistently pursue that aim until it has been fulfilled…The difference between persistence and lack of it is the same as the difference between wishing for a thing and positively determining to get it.”

Do you a have chief aim or purpose? Are you aggressively and persistently working daily towards it’s fulfillment?

Something to ponder.

Kick butt, make mucho DEEnero!

Dave “Laws of Success” Dee

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