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Do What You Want to Do

Aug 17, 2007
If you want to succeed, you should dare to do what you want to do. If you really want to succeed in life, then you should dare to do what you want to do. I often hear it said that there are two classes of men, those who talk, and those who do. I also hear it said that the talkers fail and that the doers succeed. For many years, I thought this was a wise old saying well worth repeating, until I realized that the men who repeat it most often are the talkers who spend much of their time telling others not to talk. Both talkers and doers have failed in life. And talkers, as well as doers, have succeeded.

It is not talking or doing, but an "impelling consciousness", which determines success. By that term I mean consciousness so moved by desire to do what you want to do, that you dare to do it. Such a state of consciousness is mothered by courage and sired by daring. Courage is its mother, for it stabilizes and holds itself ready to defend its own. Daring is its father, for it is the spiritual masculinity which dares to do what you want to do.

Thus, we return to the first personal determinant of success, individual freedom. The courage to proclaim and defend what one believes. Dare to do what you want to do. These are the bases of greatness.

The old saying that the doers succeed, and that the talkers fail, is not wholly true. Whether they are talkers or doers, those who fear to defend their convictions and fear to do what you want to do, always fail. Those who have the courage to proclaim and defend their ideals and do what you want to do are the great successes.

The man, who has the courage to believe that he can accomplish miracles when others say it is impossible, that man who has the daring to do that which is necessary to turn his dreams into realities, such a man always succeeds and succeeds greatly.

Men who have been successes in business, in governmental affairs and managers of great organizations have failed. In the case of every failure, fear is the cause of the failure. In every case of success, the daring to do what you want to do is the cause of success. If each soul daring to do what you want to do, dared to do the work you most desires to, there would be no poverty and no failure. If you are failing in anything, dare to be yourself, dare to do what you want to do. Dare to succeed.
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Jerry Hilbert is CEO of Internet-Peso.Com, operating out of Roseville, California. Our Web Site offers Home Business solutions for those looking for Ideas and Opportunities. Jerry also operates an AdSense Directory at http://www.jhilbertadsense.com
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