I"m sure most of you folks have heard of iPhone, another product from Steve Jobs. It is still a wow of the century.
Look around you. Look at the technologies that surround you. Hand phones, ipod, television, laptop, PC, all other electrical appliances, cars, machines and others.
None of these would be invented without visualization. Somebody has to visualize it, comes out with the idea, work hard on it and attract the success.
Let"s take Thomas A. Edison for example. He began with visualization. He visualized a bright colorful beautiful city. At the point of that time, this was not possible.
If you were to light thousands of candles down the street, it would be very costly. Besides, the wind might blow off the candles in a snap of fingers.
So, he comes out with an idea to invent something which can overcome these problems. He already had the diagram of a bulb in his sketch book long before the bulb was being invented.
I should say that he had good visualization ability. It"s not so easy to visualize something that never exists.
He didn"t stop there. He brought his visualization to the next level. He was working very hard to achieve what he had visualized. He had tried thousands of experiment before he can actually invent a light bulb.
He attracted his success by not giving up. He focused on what he visualized instead of focusing on the failure of each experiment. He was a positive thinker. Every failure was viewed as a step closer to his success.
He was not only focus to his goal but also persistent. Let me ask you a question. How many people in the world do you think can stand up to 10,000 failures and still believe in their success with unwavering faith?
He needed longer time because he attracted a huge, massive, gigantic success that changes the lives of every person in the world.
, tomorrow. Stay tune.