Robert Collier

A Quote by Robert Collier on desires, losing, and water

Very few persons, comparatively, know how to Desire with sufficient intensity. They do not know what it is to feel and manifest that intense, eager, longing, craving, insistent, demanding, ravenous Desire which is akin to the persistent, insistent, ardent, overwhelming desire of the drowning man for a breath of air; of the shipwrecked or desert-lost man for a drink of water; of the famished man for bread and meat. . . .

Robert Collier

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A Quote by Robert Collier

It sometimes seems that we have only to solve a thing greatly to get it.

Robert Collier

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A Quote by Robert Collier on imagination, impulses, and vision

Vision - It reaches beyond the thing that is, into the conception of what can be. Imagination gives you the picture. Vision gives you the impulse to make the picture your own.

Robert Collier

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A Quote by Robert Collier on belief, mind, and thought

One comes to believe whatever one repeats to oneself sufficiently often, whether the statement be true or false. It comes to be the dominating thought in one's mind.

Robert Collier

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A Quote by Robert Collier on desires, force, and horses

One might as well try to ride two horses moving in different directions, as to try to maintain in equal force two opposing or contradictory sets of desires.

Robert Collier

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