By Robert Holden Ph.D.
ARE YOU residing A profitable LIFE?
Do you will have a imaginative and prescient? Do you get pleasure from your paintings? Are your relationships thriving?
Success Intelligence examines the best way to get pleasure from genuine, soulful good fortune whereas dwelling in a manic, busy, and hyped-up international. Robert Holden is the author of a different program—called good fortune Intelligence—used around the globe via artists and writers, marketers and leaders, and likewise worldwide businesses and types similar to DOVE, the physique store, the BBC, and Virgin. This landmark e-book is a useful advisor to actual luck and happiness.
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Potential for what? I wondered. I still have a copy of my final report, which I received in June 1982 when I was 17 years old. It reads: I Robert has great potential-a most pleasant person whose academic limitations are offset by an excellent character which should recommend him strongly to any place of Higher Education. 47 SUCCESS INTELLlGEIICE My academic education was not bad, just irrelevant. I participated, but I wasn't inspired. My education prepared me to get through school, but not through life.
The heart is a muscle. Besides, how intelligent is it to expect to feel any success at something you don't give your heart to? In the Hyperactive Workplace, many people fear complete burnout if they were also to give their hearts. They are already exhausted-they feel drained, having given their pounds of flesh. However, it is precisely because we do not give our hearts that we live so perilously close to burnout and defeat. We have to give our hearts to something if we are to be truly successful.
When I got back home, I made it a priority to answer my e-mails. There were over 1,000 of them waiting in my in-box (not wishing to sound competitive about it). Here is the interesting thing: not one single person had phoned or e-mailedto ask why I hadn't replied to them. This was an eyeopener for me. I estimated that to answer each of these e-mails would have taken (at two minutes per e-mail) 40 hours of work. For what, I wonder? Those of us who feel driven to be productive in every waking minute like to think that our hard work is producing some useful results; this is not always the case, however.