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The motivation to succeed comes from the burning desire to achieve a purpose.
Napolean Hill wrote “Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.”
Once a young man came to Socrates & said, "I want to learn Secret to success.“ Socrates asked the young man "Follow me to that river.” "Take a close look & tell me what you see.“ The young man replied, "I see only the river of course.“ Socrates told him to peep down into the water & asked him to look closer. As he peered over bank & leaned closer, Socrates grabbed the man"s head & shoved it under water!!! The man tried to escape & flailed his arms wildly as he was getting choked. But Socrates" strong grip kept his head submerged in water just a little more time! As the young man continued to struggle, finally Socrates released his grip & let his head come out of water. "Are you crazy old man? You want to kill me?", shouted the young man gasping for his breath. Socrates asked him, "When I was holding your head under water, what is that 1 thing you needed most? What did you want more than anything else?“ "I wanted to breathe…I wanted air of course", said the man still panting. "So", Socrates said, "If & when you want success that badly like you wanted Air underwater, then you will have it.” there is no other secret.
A burning desire is single point of all accomplishment. Just like a small fire can not give much heat, a weak desire cannot produce great results.
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