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“The greatest achievement was, at first, and for a time, but a dream,” as James Allen wrote. That dream then grew into a dominating thought or definite desire.

What is your definite desire? That one thing that you want, that dominates your thoughts.

You see, if you don’t have one, you need to find one. In order for us to live a full and abundant life, we must live with a purpose. A goal that is all consuming, that wakes us up in the morning and puts us to bed at night. If you are still in need of an alarm clock to rise on time every morning then you’re probably not working toward a definite desire.

Strong desire drives us relentlessly until we have accomplished our goal. It doesn’t matter where or how you start. Desire with organized effort and faith is the equalizer. It is one of the most important things, that we all have in common.

The most successful people in the world, whether they’re Michael Jordan, Oprah Winfrey, or Denzel Washington, have all achieved tremendous success in very different areas, that is evident for all to see.

What they all have in common is that their success started with a strong desire to be the best basketball player, the best talk show host, or to entertain us on the silver screen. They all followed their dream or desire with a plan and then stepped out on the belief that they could accomplish their goal, and they did indeed….Finish reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Ken Brown is an inspirational speaker, a business coach, author and entrepreneur.

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Genoveva M.
Genoveva M M4 years ago

Thanks for sharing.

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PrimaAWAY B4 years ago


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Freddy Jones4 years ago


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Lynn C4 years ago


JL A4 years ago

nice reminder

Jess No Fwd Plz K.
Jessica K4 years ago

Every awesome creation began with an idea. Thanks.

Maggie Kearns
Maggie Kearns4 years ago


andrew h.
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"However, even in the worst depression, an unselfish businessman who keeps his mind concentrated principally upon God, the Giver of all things, will never lose everything, unless it is a divine test intended to help him spiritually. And those who consider the world their home, and work for the advancement of group or world prosperity, will find prosperity even in poverty-stricken environments.

It is a popular error to think that unselfishness involves tormenting sacrifice and loss. Unselfishness is the only lasting way to secure individual prosperity."


Natalie Descent
Natalie Descent4 years ago

Good article.