We all want to do “it”. What I mean by “doing it” is achieving what we really want in life and existence. We all want to be master players in our game, not spectators outside the stadium, or guys who might even have been. In fact, to become a winner and do “it” you need something: persistence, perseverance, practice, image, go ahead! Call it all what you want. However, I consider all those qualities necessary, if something is accomplished. I’m not just writing from an opinion, I’m writing about a reality that I really understand here.
One quote that I always quote in some way in many of my articles is the 1972 Mark Spitz Olympic quote on “We all want to win, but who loves to train?” Loving both training and winning is the secret of the life of anyone who “makes it” or gets where they want to go.
I’m going to leave some seemingly incomplete thoughts in this article to give you room to think and be creative in your thinking about how the realities of this article apply to you. (As you can see.) Call it “public participation,” but as the philosophers Soren Kierkregard and William Clement Stone once paraphrased, “Sure, when you read a book or article and get something out of it, that’s it. But When a book reads you well, that’s when you really get something. That’s the idea I have here, I want to go further, I want you to read very well. Professor Xavier in X- The men were right when he told Logan the Wolverine: “Read your own mind and thoughts, that’s where you will find your best ideas.” That is also what I am telling you, practice your success before it happens, imagine your success before that happens, and use your ideas to achieve it wonderfully when success happens. Genuine understanding of yourself is the best vision you can have in life. So stop, think, analyze it! You have your answers inside of you, outside of you in any way.
Being realistic, our expectations are realistic when we are genuinely honest with ourselves. So, I end with the modernized Song of Solomon words: “As a person thinks in their hearts, so are they!” How much simpler can I finish? We are what we think with the Earl Nightingale tune and reality.
My name is Joshua Clayton, I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California. I also write with some pseudonyms and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and that’s why I write for the most part now. I am a philosophical writer, objective thinker, and honest action taker. I also work at a senior center in Gardena, California, as my day job, among other things, but mostly I’m a writer.
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