THE WRIGHT BROTHERS PROVE FLIGHT IS POSSIBLE
The Wright brothers, Orville and Wilbur, had been fascinated with flight ever since their father bought them a toy helicopter when they were children. As they got older, they took their interest more seriously and began to experiment. Up to this point in history, there had been no successful attempts at manned flight and this idea was mocked as a ludicrous impossibility.
Starting in 1900, the brothers took their experiments from their home in Dayton, Ohio, to Kitty Hawk, North Carolina where the winds were better. It was there that they graduated from kites to gliders, built a wind tunnel to test their experimental wing, and ultimately constructed the first effective airplane.
In 1903, the brothers made their historic first flight, which paved the way for modern aviation and eventually space exploration. Their fundamental breakthrough was the three-axis control that allowed the pilot to steer the plane effectively and maintain equilibrium.
For example, a Network Marketer starts a business against the advice of friends and family, all who say this is a mistake. She works through the due diligence and proves the value of the decision, and determines that although the decision is a bold one, it isn’t reckless. It is an excellent decision in line with her goals of an exciting lifestyle, time management and financial freedom. Initially, she loses money. The naysayers say this was obviously the wrong decision and that she was foolish to try.
Determined, she continues to work the business and consults directly with those who have successfully achieved what she wants. She ignores or otherwise handles the negative voices and Course Corrects often. She begins to experience results in line with what she desires. Two years later she is experiencing the exciting lifestyle, time management and financial freedom she sought-beyond what she originally envisioned.
These types of success stories are everywhere. The difference between those who do successfully create what they want and those who do not can be distinguished by the process they followed: due diligence (is what they want actually happening in the world now? If not, is it possible it can happen?); deciding and acting in the manner determined by their end goals; revising their decisions by Course Correcting as opportunities and adversity come up; and staying the course until they reach their goal.
Even though every person’s story and path is unique and different, the process is very often similar.
Like in other areas of our lives, we develop habits in our decision making process.
Many people are quick to make decisions and slow to change them. Others are slow to make decisions and then quick to second-guess them. What we’ve discussed is that consistent thought, continuous by action that is in line with your goals, and constant Course Correction gives you the best opportunity to be at cause to create the life experience you want.Personal development is our business and our life.
http://www.prosperyourmind.com http://blog.prosperyourmind.com In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.