The best-selling self-help author wrote, “Drifting without aim or purpose is the first cause of failure.” With this lyrical miracle, Clay challenges by pointing out that the time will never be just right and that we must act now.
The top self-help author of all-time Napoleon Hill once wrote,
NOTABLE QUOTABLE – “Drifting, without aim or purpose, is the first cause of failure.”
At 38 years old I’ve already achieved my goals,
I know my life’s my purpose and I know my role.
I’ve already stacked enough cash, now I want you to know.
That I teach business growth, cause that is my flow.
That’s the name of my game, that’s the claim of my fame.
And that’s what I’ve been doing since the age of 16.
You can achieve the success and walk out the steps,
But you can’t cash potential of what we haven’t done yet.
You don’t get paid for the hours that you put in a job.
You can’t for the problems that you actually solve.
I would cancel my vacation and my TV watching too
And spend the rest of my day thinking about the follow through.
We all have the big plans, we all have the big dreams.
That we could be the king or that we could be the queen.
The time will never be right for you dreams to ever to survive.
If we ever want to achieve, we’d better start that fight.
A goal is a dream with a deadline. Life is not a dress-rehearsal. You and I will be dead soon.
NOTABLE QUOTABLE – “Vision without execution is hallucination.” – Thomas Edison (The legendary inventor, and entrepreneur who started General Electric (GE) as a means to develop game-changing technology including the first practical electric lightbulb, recorded audio, recorded video and more.)