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Impossibility? I'm possibility!
 
"When a true genius appears in this world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him.” Jonathan Swift.

"Talent hits a target that no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see.” Arthur Schopenhauer.
 
Why do some people succeed far more than others? 
How often do we feel sorry for ourselves?

How often when we got nothing, we started feel sorry for ourselves thinking about things like "Fate is unfair to me” or "Others can do anything, but not me.”

Failure is not bad, every champions has failed many times.

"We perceive only that which we wish to see, and we listen only to that which we wish to hear.” A. Szent-Gyorgyi.

Do not feel bad about failures. Actually no failure at all there is only a hidden possibility.

Instead of thinking about something as a failure, think about it as a hidden possibility and opportunity to learn something.

If goal were achievable for all of people in a short amount of time everybody would be get them easily.

Let look at work of famous artists painted magnificent pictures and on the gorgeous statues, sculpted by own hands of glorified sculptors and we will see that it a result of theirs brilliant hard work.

Behind every image, statue, canvas there are many of sketches.

An artist is looking for composition, light, texture, colour, angle of view and point of review.

We know for sure that many of genius works have been repainted and remaked many times, and that is why it became masterpieces.

Inspiration, relevance, afflatus, talent it is all always a craft, travail and painstaking work. Nothing was given to them, everything was earned.

Mistakes, repetitions, frustration, doubts are normal in our life generally always: in creativity, in business, in work, in relationships between people as it just a natural part of the process of cognition and achieving success.

"A true scientist lives a monastic life, separate from the affairs of the world, dedicating himself completely to his work.” László Polgár.

Successful people have a different mindset than ordinary.

Most people do not have goals, they only have wishes. These people just want to want and nothing else, whether they understand it or not.

That is, they constantly desire something and simply take pleasure in the process of wishes and nothing more.

But desire are not goal it are just of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear, thoughts and vague words with no incentive, motivation and power at all.
 
The bigger the goal, the fewer of people trying to achieve it.

In order to achieve our goals, we must step beyond just wishing and daydreaming.

The only difference between ordinary people and genius that extraordinary people had studied own subject and practised intensively it many years. Just simply watching every episode of "Emergency Room” will not make you a doctor. Obsession by own deal is a component of genius.

"All geniuses started at a very young age and studied intensively.” - Laszlo Polgar.

A genius is not born, but they are educated, trained and forged!

Lazlo Polgar having studied life of hundreds geniuses said: "Genius equals work and fortunate circumstances… geniuses are made, not born”.

Path that all high performing creative geniuses appear to travel from the onset of curiosity to fully fledged creative genius and after that, the person and the work at some stage become one entity.

Let ask ourselves right now: "What do we want exactly?"

Do we need a success? Yes? Then we must have intensive specialisation in a particular subject. 

How many people are doomed for mediocrity because they do not know that choosing a single field of mastery is necessity.

To win a game, you first need to decide what kind of game you want to play.

Here are a few famous people who were failed in the school.

Richard Branson, struggled in school with various learning difficulties and dropped out of it at the age of 16 in order create a magazine. 

Thomas Mann failed three times during his school studies, and then he became one of the most famous writers of his generation.

Einstein was known as a notoriously bad student, and one of his teachers once noted, "He (Einstein) thinks slowly, is agitated, obsessed with stupid dreams”.

Charles Darwin being lazy and day-dreaming: "I was considered by all my masters and my father, a very ordinary boy, rather below the common standard of intellect.”

Alexander Graham Bell had trouble reading and writing, but later he created the first telephone.

Pablo Picasso according to many accounts may have had dyslexia.

Robert Roentgen was "extremely untalented.”

James Watt was considered "heavy and dim.”

Thomas Edison returned home one day with a letter from one of his teachers: "Your son is mentally retarded.  We will not allow him to attend our institution any longer”, but her mother told him, that his teacher wrote it: "Your son is a genius.  This school is too small for him and does not have enough good teachers to train him. Please teach him yourself.”

There is a "rule of 10.000 hours" which must we spent in order to be successful and innate ability is less important than preparation. Malcolm Gladwell writes about it in his book "Geniuses and Outsiders."

"Success is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration". Thomas Edison

Wolfgang Mozart played musical instruments all his free time. His father was a violinist.

Felix Mendelsohn in the childhood played music tutored by famous Marie Bigot and only on Sunday mornings him allowed to wake up later than 05.00 am.

Andre Agassi trained to play tennis almost from birth. His father tied the tennis racket to his arm.

Tiger Woods was brought in arms of his parents to the golf club when he was one year old.

David Beckham spent hours training to hit the ball at goal from a certain point, as a child.

Ray Bradburry has been writing at least a thousand words a day since he was twelve and became famous writer.

Do you think that all these people achieved success themselves?

Not at all! Their parents forced and persuaded them.

Erik Larssen considers that talent is a word that should not be.

Philip Ross says that all theorists believe that it takes 10 years of hard work to be successful at least.

"I am a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.” Thomas Jefferson.

In the our world the heights of success are reached those who paid for it; who paid for victory by blood, sweat, perseverance, patience and many, many hours of training and exercises, but not those to whom who just given abilities from birth...

Education has the power to transform every wall into a door.

All you need is just to do your best but nobody said it will be easy!

Just do it and you will be successful!

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Impossibility? I'm possibility!
 
"When a true genius appears in this world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him.” Jonathan Swift.

"Talent hits a target that no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see.” Arthur Schopenhauer.
 
Why do some people succeed far more than others? 
How often do we feel sorry for ourselves?

How often when we got nothing, we started feel sorry for ourselves thinking about things like "Fate is unfair to me” or "Others can do anything, but not me.”

Failure is not bad, every champions has failed many times.

"We perceive only that which we wish to see, and we listen only to that which we wish to hear.” A. Szent-Gyorgyi.

Do not feel bad about failures. Actually no failure at all there is only a hidden possibility.

Instead of thinking about something as a failure, think about it as a hidden possibility and opportunity to learn something.

If goal were achievable for all of people in a short amount of time everybody would be get them easily.

Let look at work of famous artists painted magnificent pictures and on the gorgeous statues, sculpted by own hands of glorified sculptors and we will see that it a result of theirs brilliant hard work.

Behind every image, statue, canvas there are many of sketches.

An artist is looking for composition, light, texture, colour, angle of view and point of review.

We know for sure that many of genius works have been repainted and remaked many times, and that is why it became masterpieces.

Inspiration, relevance, afflatus, talent it is all always a craft, travail and painstaking work. Nothing was given to them, everything was earned.

Mistakes, repetitions, frustration, doubts are normal in our life generally always: in creativity, in business, in work, in relationships between people as it just a natural part of the process of cognition and achieving success.

"A true scientist lives a monastic life, separate from the affairs of the world, dedicating himself completely to his work.” László Polgár.

Successful people have a different mindset than ordinary.

Most people do not have goals, they only have wishes. These people just want to want and nothing else, whether they understand it or not.

That is, they constantly desire something and simply take pleasure in the process of wishes and nothing more.

But desire are not goal it are just of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear, thoughts and vague words with no incentive, motivation and power at all.
 
The bigger the goal, the fewer of people trying to achieve it.

In order to achieve our goals, we must step beyond just wishing and daydreaming.

The only difference between ordinary people and genius that extraordinary people had studied own subject and practised intensively it many years. Just simply watching every episode of "Emergency Room” will not make you a doctor. Obsession by own deal is a component of genius.

"All geniuses started at a very young age and studied intensively.” - Laszlo Polgar.

A genius is not born, but they are educated, trained and forged!

Lazlo Polgar having studied life of hundreds geniuses said: "Genius equals work and fortunate circumstances… geniuses are made, not born”.

Path that all high performing creative geniuses appear to travel from the onset of curiosity to fully fledged creative genius and after that, the person and the work at some stage become one entity.

Let ask ourselves right now: "What do we want exactly?"

Do we need a success? Yes? Then we must have intensive specialisation in a particular subject. 

How many people are doomed for mediocrity because they do not know that choosing a single field of mastery is necessity.

To win a game, you first need to decide what kind of game you want to play.

Here are a few famous people who were failed in the school.

Richard Branson, struggled in school with various learning difficulties and dropped out of it at the age of 16 in order create a magazine. 

Thomas Mann failed three times during his school studies, and then he became one of the most famous writers of his generation.

Einstein was known as a notoriously bad student, and one of his teachers once noted, "He (Einstein) thinks slowly, is agitated, obsessed with stupid dreams”.

Charles Darwin being lazy and day-dreaming: "I was considered by all my masters and my father, a very ordinary boy, rather below the common standard of intellect.”

Alexander Graham Bell had trouble reading and writing, but later he created the first telephone.

Pablo Picasso according to many accounts may have had dyslexia.

Robert Roentgen was "extremely untalented.”

James Watt was considered "heavy and dim.”

Thomas Edison returned home one day with a letter from one of his teachers: "Your son is mentally retarded.  We will not allow him to attend our institution any longer”, but her mother told him, that his teacher wrote it: "Your son is a genius.  This school is too small for him and does not have enough good teachers to train him. Please teach him yourself.”

There is a "rule of 10.000 hours" which must we spent in order to be successful and innate ability is less important than preparation. Malcolm Gladwell writes about it in his book "Geniuses and Outsiders."

"Success is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration". Thomas Edison

Wolfgang Mozart played musical instruments all his free time. His father was a violinist.

Felix Mendelsohn in the childhood played music tutored by famous Marie Bigot and only on Sunday mornings him allowed to wake up later than 05.00 am.

Andre Agassi trained to play tennis almost from birth. His father tied the tennis racket to his arm.

Tiger Woods was brought in arms of his parents to the golf club when he was one year old.

David Beckham spent hours training to hit the ball at goal from a certain point, as a child.

Ray Bradburry has been writing at least a thousand words a day since he was twelve and became famous writer.

Do you think that all these people achieved success themselves?

Not at all! Their parents forced and persuaded them.

Erik Larssen considers that talent is a word that should not be.

Philip Ross says that all theorists believe that it takes 10 years of hard work to be successful at least.

"I am a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.” Thomas Jefferson.

In the our world the heights of success are reached those who paid for it; who paid for victory by blood, sweat, perseverance, patience and many, many hours of training and exercises, but not those to whom who just given abilities from birth...

Education has the power to transform every wall into a door.

All you need is just to do your best but nobody said it will be easy!

Just do it and you will be successful!
 
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Комментарии (6)
Дарий Шторм # 17 августа 2021 в 17:39 0
Кто меня сделал? Тот кто и себя переделал. И стал на кого-то похож. Деловой он сто-рож.
Константин Ольховский # 17 августа 2021 в 18:37 0
smile
AnMari Cœur ღ Little stories # 17 августа 2021 в 18:59 0
Hello, dancing Constantine! )
Константин Ольховский # 17 августа 2021 в 19:09 +1
Good evening, AnMari, yes, I like dancing! Romashki2
AnMari Cœur ღ Little stories # 17 августа 2021 в 19:15 0
I understand this. You write good lyrics…
dance-11
Константин Ольховский # 17 августа 2021 в 20:27 0
Many thanks for kind words! Blestyashchij-buket