Are You Ambitious Enough?

Discussion in 'Casual Chat' started by brandon123, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. brandon123

    brandon123 New Member

    Are you ambitious enough to get that dream car you want? Are you ambitious enough to live the extraordinary life? Are you ambitious enough to still chase your dreams even when it gets a little cloudy. Are you ambitious enough to develop that 6 figure income? Are ambitious enough to keep going after failing so many times? Are you ambitious enough to make your life better and the lives of others as well? How ambitious are YOU?
  2. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    .... ambitious enough to putz around on my computer at midnight.[​IMG]
  3. westfam11

    westfam11 Member

    I have a plaque that is on top of my computer that says,

    "Believe In Your Dreams"

    That keeps me going and yes I am ambitious enough.

  4. Sonni

    Sonni New Member

    I'm more determined than I am ambitious. Once I get my mind set on doing something it's do or die. It's all or nothing. Why start something waste all that time and not do anything with it?

    That's why I do research to see if it's worth my time and effort.
  5. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Sonni: I'm more determined than I am ambitious.

    Hi Sonni,

    I think that's best because it'll turn out as good as possible.

    When a person has specific dollar amounts or lifestyles in mind, it has the unfortunate tendency to pull the attention away from quality. That's when things can easily start to go south.

    It's better to put quite a bit more focus on the process rather than the planned outcome in terms of dollars (though analyzing outcomes does come in handy when it's time to tweak methodologies).

    ~Newbie Shield~
  6. Julsy

    Julsy New Member

    When I put my mind to do something, I can be pretty stuborn, LOL! Not sure this is considered ambition, but it does come in handy! Patience is also a virtue! This age old statement is still very very true!!! And also I think one of the hardest to learn, especially in this day and age, we all want it and we want it NOW! But it just doesn't work that way.

    The greatest thing I think about working on the net is actually when you are feeling frustrated and want to just give up, I just take a day and don't even turn my computer on. Even if I did, in that frame of mind, I wouldn't get much productive work done anyway. This is a wonderful way to just take a break and you will find that tomorrow usually brings on a better attitude and I am usually ready to get back at it again. It's amazing what difference a day can make! And just think, how often can you just call in to a real job and tell your boss you just don't feel productive today? Doesn't work that way, but on the net, we do have that advantage and we should take that day off when we just feel like giving up, instead of forcing the issue.

    That's just my 2 cents worth...
  7. beth67

    beth67 New Member

    I think I am definitely ambitious enough! Why else would I work online every night, after my full time job - and just about every weekend? Because I will succeed online!! Because I want and will attain the freedom that working for myself can bring! Because I know if I didn't have the passion and desire to enjoy that commute from my bedroom to the next room, and to be able to travel when I want and for as long as I want, I would not be marketing online! Plus, I love it!!
  8. seeyalater72

    seeyalater72 New Member

    I sure hope I'm ambitious enough. I've put a lot of time and effort into this so I think I do have the drive it takes to succeed.

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