“Gentlemen, I am going to fly.” – Wilbur Wright, LeMans, France, 8/8/1908
The prerequisite of all achievement is intention.
The Wright brothers had already proven that manned flight was possible. A few years later, Wilbur went to France to prove to a skeptical world that flight could be predictable and commercially feasible.
Like Wilbur Wright, you must intend to achieve, you must declare to yourself – and others too – that you have every expectation of reaching what you set out to accomplish. You must let your intention then drive you to do the practice and preparation necessary to achieve your goal.
Wilbur’s flight on August 8th lasted only one minute 45 seconds, but his ability to effortlessly make banking turns and fly a circle stunned onlookers. The world has never been the same since.
The power of your intention can also change your world.
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