Be a Blue Vaser

The little book “The Go Getter” is a forgotten treasure. Teaching the premier detail of success through analogy, this book has the ability to change your mindset. It is all about willingness, the willingness to do what it takes.
We live in an era where people are not willing to do that. You hear all the time “I’ll do my best,” or “give it your best shot.” The real leaders in the past, those idols of ours who brought about positive changes in our world would not have accomplished what they just “gave it their best shot.”

Puzzle me this, when you really wanted (needed) something – what were you willing to do and at what level of intensity did you strive to reach that goal? Now don’t think about something you just sort of wanted. Look at a goal you had that was more an emotional need. The best example may lie in affairs of the heart. In most relationships one person fell first and then pursues the other. That is what happened to me. And when I pursued my spouse, it was with a passion I have never before or since mounted. All the focus of my being aimed at one spot.

Ralph Waldo Emerson said “Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.” Circumstances seem to just come together for the person of focus. As speaker Jim Rohn has stated, “When you know what you want, and want it bad enough, you will find a way to get it.”

Disraeli said this: “a human being with a settled purpose must accomplish it, and nothing can resist a will that will stake even existence for its fulfillment.”

The very best teaching in the world involves analogy. Tell a story that makes the point and people get it. Well that is “The Go Getter.” A true gem of a book, and well worth owning for anyone who considers themselves to be a Student of Winning. And so I present it to you here, to read and/or download in PDF format.

If you prefer to hold this classic little hardcover book in your hand get it at Amazon: The Go-Getter: A Story That Tells You How To Be One

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One Response to Be a Blue Vaser

  1. davenycity says:

    great blog thank you

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