Saturday, January 6, 2007

A Ticket For Reaching The Stars - Ambition

If you want to make your dreams come true, first you will have to take the train of life. The ticket for that trip is nothing else but your ambition. All successful people have had tons of ambition. If someone knows a example for a success without an ambition, please let me know - I don't.

A significant part of the ambition is not letting a way back. As well as not giving yourself a chance to hesitate. If your burn the bridge behind you - you will hold up your conscious in the state of strong desire for victory. For example, once upon a time, a great leader had had his army to fight against a lot larger force. As soon as all machinery had been off the ship - he had ordered to burn it up. After that he had cried out - "There's no chances of going alive from here unless we win. You should choose - victory or death". Yes, the smaller army had their triumph and victory.

People who have real ambitions don't hesitate to take the first step. They just build up a specific plan and immediately start with its realization. They bar any reverses. Well, I think this is a real factor for success. There's one more characteristic of all people with great ambition - they have a clean goal and a irrepressible desire for achieving it. So, to reach your goals don't let anyone make you change them.

Remember that all successful people have a difficult start but a great ambition. They lead a lot of hard fights with life before reaching the so desired victory. Well, most often big success comes with big difficulties - when your mind is just going on the edge.

3 comments:

Rashid said...

"If someone knows a example for a success without an ambition, please let me know - I don't." - Forrest Gump. I'm kidding :)

Galin said...

Super Ultra Good Article , Keep Goin . That roxx , definitely :)

P.S. May I have two tickets :)

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