Robert Clark Colorado Springs, CO, United States
Chapter 6 : Imagination
IF MAN CAN IMAGINE IT, HE CAN CREATE IT
Man’s limitation within reason lies in use of his imagination.
SYNTHETIC IMAGINATION is the arrangement of old concepts and ideas into new combinations.
CREATIVE IMAGINATION is all basic or new ideas which are created by “hunches” received from the vibrations of the subconscious minds of others.
Both types become more alert with use.
ORGANIZED PLANS are formed with the aid of imagination, mostly synthetic.
Surround yourself with men with ideas and who put ideas into operation.
IDEA -> DESIRE -> DETERMINATION AND DEFINITENESS OF GOAL -> PERSISTENCE
Thanks to Linda and Michael Dlouhy for all you do for us.
Thanks to my Mentor Bob Shoaf for being their for me.
Colorado Springs, CO