Me and Jerry Di Rhino Clark

Me and Jerry Di Rhino Clark
At Ripley Studios In NYC

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

How Can We Create Our Own Tommorow?

We can create our tommorow like this. I have an old childhood aquaintance who wanted be a doctor since he was five years old. I first heard about that from his sister and mom when I saw them in Target. Man I thought it was amazing that he did not give up on his dream. He just finished medical school and next year he will start working as a doctor.

Most of the people out there have been programmed by society to go out there and make a living. Life does not work that way. People go to work because they have to, not because they want to. Therefore they are barely into it.

It is pathetic that we buy into other peoples thoughts and ideas not our own. We need to work harder on ourselves than we do on our businessses. People join people, they do not join companies. People do not care if the president of the company is a family man who owns four houses. Prospects care about their problems. The two things the prospects have in their mind is this. Can I do this and can you teach me?

It is also sad that we take for granted self development books. We need to read 15 minutes a day a good book that enlighten us. People can feel if we are smiling in person, on the phone and even on e-mail.

Lets learn from my old childhood aquaintance that nothing can stop us from dreaming. What is in it for us? Why should only a guy who wanted to be a doctor have his dream come true.? Why can't we show everybody who we know that we are a tiger? Lets get out there and do it, and do it, and do it, till the job gets done!!!

Remember we need to know how we got there and we must avoid being attached to the outcome or getting it to our head. Think about the 80's when no baseball team won two World Championship Series in a row. That is because they got it to their head and held on to their past glory. That is when we have a goal accomplished, lets set a bigger goal as well!!!

Learn How To Think Critically
Lawrence Bergfeld

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