” Flamed enthusiasm, supported by a equine common sense and persistence, is the quality that most often leads to success.” – Dale Carnegie
I especially like this expression ” equine persistence”, horses’ ability for persistence. They are called noble animals for a reason. For their beauty, intelligence and persistence in pursuit of what is required of them, even, often, to the death.
When you have a flamed enthusiasm, many qualities come to the surface: persistence, joy, efficiency, discipline, and many others.
But it’s the others who see them in you, you yourself don’t even know what they’re talking about because inspiration took over of you and you only do what has to be done, driven by a hidden and personal nuclear reactor.
As long as you don’t find this personal nuclear reactor, You haven’t tried one of the most powerful telluric forces.