Monday, September 15, 2008

If You Think It, Then Do It...

It appears in observing the greats of the past one thing is for certain; if they had an idea, even if it was an outlandish idea...They made it happen.

The greats thought something and pursued it. Now, I have come across a lot of people in my time and I've sat with the richest people in the world brainstorming new concepts. What I've noticed about the richest people rather than the others. Well, I would call the rich ones weeks later to say hello and they'd say fly down here, you gotta to see what I've put together...We'll be ready for mass-production in six months. The excitement alone is in enthralling. On the flip side, there is the other category, those who love to shoot around ideas never taking them seriously enough to pursue. I believe we enjoy "vibing-out" or "connecting" in a creative way...I think we enjoy this to such an extent that that pleasure is sufficient enough for one not to pursue.

I believe many things can stop us from pursuing something...Either being scared to succeed or being scared to fail. It's a weird paradox.

Allow me to state that I do not think I'm smart nor do I think that I know everything. Actually, I find myself to be more resourceful rather than smart and that is why I am in the position I am in today. My goal with posts like these is stir up conscious thinking within yourself so you can surpass certain human phenomenon that hinders success.

Make Miracles Happen

18 comments:

Brad said...

I never heard of you but with blog posts like that I don't care. Good looks man.

I am a senior in college and although I am a business major I really have no idea what I want to do with my life.

I do know that I have good ideas and what you say I take to heart. May there be more people like you.

Brad

Stan said...

I have to say I enjoy reading your Blog Mr. Large.

Maria Saldsberg said...

I like the way you think. Cool office. This blog is so different I love it!

Paul Delinsky said...

I can't believing I'm responding to an illustration. What has this world come to? I guess Lehman Brothers and A.I.G are wondering the same thing. Charlie Large, consider me in.

George Chiang said...

I like the way you think.

Dennis Good said...

Too many people just talk. I'll remember you next time I do that lol.

Michael Stewart said...

facebook finally sent me somewhere right. your very interesting.

Chris Barber said...

Hit the nail on the head.

Mike Archer said...

Passing by the show some love. Saw your blogs on myspace and enjoy reading your work.

Brook said...

charlie's the man! however, i was not able to attend the rendevous the day before b/c i live @ least 600 miles away(cincinnati). until i make to charlie large status i cannot fly to places over the weekend. the reason i am writing is to say that i could not write a response to the blog about the souire of the past weekend. please relay the message to mr. large that supporters of his who live outside of the big apple will like to have blog back attempts at inspiration. how i feel about the charlie large movement is that it is one which is creating a wave of successfull young adults,older enthusiasts, and passionate philanthropists. keep the movement going by giving EVERYONE a chance.
regards@thankyouverymuch.com/have-a-good%day!

Abidus Chowdhury said...

Count me in! Greats posts Charlie.

Rebecca said...

Your kind of hot. ;)

Richard Chen said...

Sick view.

Anonymous said...

Amazing you can click on the MetLife building and it takes you to Metlife.

Matt said...

Saw this on facebook. good read. Thanks

Dan Mitrano said...

2nd coming?

Mike Gilmartin said...

New to the site and I'm loving it.

Gilmartin

Dan R. said...

People definitely love to talk. I guess people talking to others could be considered taking "action" even though the talk turns out to be nothing but hot air.