Creating Your Future


Creating Your Future

The greatest railroad builder – James J. Hill , was a poorly paid telegraph operator. In addition to that,  he had reached the age of forty and was still ticking away at the telegraph key without any outward appearance of success. Eventually, he formed a definite purpose of building a railroad across the great waste desert of the west. He got the capital and built the greatest of all the railroad system of the United States , without reputation, capital and without encouragement from others ( Except from Napoleon Hill).

Robert Collier once said, “You can be anything you want to be, having anything you deserve, accomplish anything you set out to accomplish if you will hold on to that desire with singleness of purpose.”  In life, if you have too many options, you may not succeed. One of the ways to put a stop to your purpose is to create another purpose.

 Mike Murdock noted, “The only reason men fail is broken focus.” Irrespective of the field of endeavour you belong, you can never make a mark in your generation  until you create a definite purpose, backed up with burning passion.
John  Roebling had a definite  purpose; his purpose was to build the Mahathan bridge.  Edwin C. Bernice also had a purpose; his purpose was to become a business partner with Thomas Edison. Creating a purpose is not enough but you must have a definite purpose for you to stand out in your field of endeavour.
Napoleon Hill advised, “Find out as early in life as possible, what your major purpose in life shall be . Until you do this, you are nothing but a drifter, subjected to control by any  stray wind of circumstance that blows in your direction.”  It is better to arrive late in your own track than to arrive early in another person’s track.
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