The Forces That Drain Our Inspiration
YOU KNOW THE feeling.
Your pulse quickens. You can feel the energy welling up inside, thrusting everything else to the peripheral. You can sense the power of possibility while your mind races without constraint. You’re filled with a sense of excitement and feel compelled to take action. You’re ready . . . to . . . go.
No, not gassiness.
The most powerful, catalyzing programming we have on our internal hard drive. The Holy Grail of enthusiasm.
Its power extends even beyond that of motivation. Motivation is the pragmatic consequence of inspiration; it’s that engineer in you that proceeds in a ...