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“There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.” - Ken Olson 1977 (President/Founder of Digital Equipment Corp.)
Careful what comes out of your mouth as it might return and bite you in the . . .
Technology is zipping by in nanoseconds.
What might seem to be logical and rational in one second would transform into the absolute opposite in the next second.
All of us have a program that is embedded in our core and therefore produces our current results.
This program has the ability to stagnate or liberate and catapult our results beyond recognition in all areas.
Understanding the enormous power of this program and your ability to change it unleashes the secret to success.
George Bernard Shaw said, “The possibilities are numerous once we decide to act and not react.”
You’re on stage 24/7.
Being authentic and transparent allows you to attract everything that you want.
Ultimately, you become an incredible electromagnetic field.
React or respond?
Control or not in control?
The choice is yours.
Are you one of those fantastic individuals that thinks out of the box?
Dictionary.com, describes fantastically as conceived or appearing as if conceived by an unrestrained imagination, odd and remarkable, bizarre, grotesque, fanciful or capricious, as persons or their ideas or actions, imaginary or groundless and not being based on reality, foolish or rational, extravagantly fanciful, marvelous, incredibly great or extreme, exorbitant, highly unrealistic or impractical, outlandish and extraordinarily good.
Does this sound like, Sir Richard Branson, Elon Musk, John Paul DeJoria, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos and many more?
Fantastic doesn’t mean being perfect.
Fantastic means being real with real talk and not airtalk.
Airtalk always signifies what people want to hear.
Real talk signifies the straight goods with no hidden agendas, sidebars, or any other BS.
Fantastic implies the notion that you have delivered the goods no matter what.
Fantastic indicates that you must have such an outlandish idea that most people cannot get their heads around it.
It is never logical or linear.
There are no dots to follow until it is conceived and completed.
Most people cannot wrap their heads around the idea, as it is nonlinear.
We were taught that nonlinear is for people that cannot think straight or don’t have the know how to get it done in a logical, sequential format.
You will never understand the outcome until the outcome has been achieved.
As an inventor, Edison made 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb.
When a reporter asked, "How did it feel to fail 1,000 times?"
Edison replied, "I didn't fail 1,000 times. The light bulb was an invention with 1,000 steps."
Edison understood the law.
He absolutely understood the Law of Gestation.
The Law of Gestation states that every process needs to go through a period of time during which it is conceptualized and actualized.
“Patience is understanding that there is a natural gestation period for all acts of creation. We understand, for example, that it takes approximately 280 days from conception for a human baby to be born and it takes a given number of days for different seeds to bear fruit. Well, the same is true for our dreams and goals.
They must develop on the inside before they can manifest into reality. And that’s why patience is required to achieve your goals.” - Bob Proctor
No one person is born fantastic.
This trait is prodded, nurtured, and developed until it becomes a seedling capable of sustaining itself.
What does it take to aspire to this level of great achievement in life?
It requires an innate ability to be real with as few chameleon acts as possible.
Being real implies ridding oneself of the infamous ego.
It is rare to see this in society today, as the norm is not fantastic but the total opposite, i.e. plain, common, logical, rational, customary, reasonable, credible, unimaginative and so on and so on.
Try a nonlinear approach for a change, as it is more apt to keep up with a nanosecond.
So, what’s coming out of your mouth?
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