IN THIS ISSUE:
A person who overestimates his own abilities, talents, or stature in a particular situation is said to have delusions of grandeur. The people around him will claim that he has lost touch with reality. What I find so interesting is that whenever I hear the word “grandeur” used, it’s always preceded by the words “delusions of.” What happens if this person actually succeeds with their plans? Maybe this is why society will call a poor person crazy but if that same person is wealthy, they are called eccentric. When the day arrives that you find yourself in a hot-tub orgy with 3 amazing young women, I want you to pause for just long enough to throw your hands up in the air and say, “Grandeur bitches!”
Optimists tend to think their fate is entirely in their own hands. They believe that skill and hard work will invariably lead to success. This is a delusion, but it’s a useful one. It means they are eager to start the game, persistent in the face of obstacles, and resilient in the face of defeat. This article takes a journey into how overconfidence is critical to success.
It’s hard to keep working toward something that may never happen, but it’s even harder to give up when it’s everything you want.
That’s it for now… Go make it happen!