We all must act. We must make decisions quickly, and change decisions slowly, especially when they are good decisions. Action is the reality that we must have more of, especially when the actions are good, rational and just.
Acting purely on “heads or tails Agen QQ Online toss gut feelings”or blind intuition is never the best way to go in life. But, fast action based on well thought out plans are always importantly realistic and rationally good. The most ideal actions are slowly thought out, yet rationally and promptly acted upon in every way.
If you have read the Napoleon Hill book “Think and Grow Rich” with reflection and understanding,you will notice that all of the best working examples in the book follow my rules starting with Thomas Edison’s assistant Edwin C. Barnes, and the author Napoleon Hill’s own son Napoleon Blair Hill with his obstacles and ways of getting over them.
So, I can honestly say and mean: The more decisions you make with rational and honest thought behind them, the better and more efficient and realistically successful you get at making them.
the lights will turn on in your mind as you get better at making decisions, and can think more efficiently, realistically and rationally, yet quickly. Also, ironically you will not have to depend on “heads or tails coin toss” blind intuition to “think” for you either.
Indeed, the better your rational processes, the better your life is in that sense. Luck will have less to do with successful outcomes when those rational processes of thought and action are strong. It is a process, not something you get lucky enough to arrive at. Like Susan Boyle plugged away for years as a singer before her “big break was yielded to her” or she could take advantage of opportunity when it was presented, even though it came in a seemingly unexpected form.
Expectation, yes or expectation, no. We must be prepared to take rational, realistic action upon reality whether it is in the form we expect or not in the form we expect. Reality is won by those who seize opportunity, not by those who depend solely on luck, gut feeling and intuition. Life is not a chance-filled game of dice, it is a game of skill, opportunity seizing and reality more like a game of poker. We cannot go by appearances, we have to go by what we really want and desire, or to put it as Wallace DeLois Wattles put it: We must build a power-consciousness, because without that consciousness we settle for the weak and mediocre anyway thinking we cannot do better. So, expectation, yes, or expectation, no, either way, we must be opportunists to get what we really want.
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.