Tennyson

Tennyson′Half a league, Half a league, Half a league onward...

began Tennyson in his dramatic "Charge of The Light Brigade" poem...

when recording the heroic, yet utterly futile, act of one of the most purposeless wars in history - the Crimea - that began this week in 1853.

Even at the cost of 250,000 men, not even half a league was won when the war ended.

The fact is that everything that is without a definiteness of purpose will not succeed.

Before embarking on anything that is important to you, it is vital to know 3 things...

First to be absolutely certain of the outcome it is that you want to achieve...

Second, have at least 10 good motives why you want to achieve what you want.

And Third, understand fully the cost in time, money and energy that you are prepared to invest.

Your courageous act of sticking to your guns must be remembered for the difference you have planned to make...

not the futility of getting nowhere, despite your heroic efforts...

because Tennyson′s words of: ′Theirs was not to reason why′ must not apply to your own life′s campaign. You must reason why...

Take a moment to review your own definiteness of purpose...

because it will be the element that makes your success worthwhile.

 

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