1.11 Cultivate Creative Vision

#108 N134. Lesson 14: Creative Vision
Principle:
QUOTES:
[1] Scripture
[2] Napoleon Hill, Lesson 14: Creative Vision
Creative vision is developed by the free and fearless use of one’s imagination. It is not a miraculous quality with which one is gifted or is not gifted at birth.
Cultivate Creative Vision: Creative imagination has its base in the subconscious and is the medium through which you recognize new ideas and newly learned facts. Synthetic imagination springs from experience and reason; creative imagination springs from your commitment to your definite purpose. Imagination recognizes limitations. Creative vision sees no limitations. Your imaginative faculty will become weak through inaction. It can be revived through use. The man who dipped a chunk of ice cream in chocolate and called it “Eskimo Pie” made a fortune for the five seconds of imagination it took to create the idea!
[3]
NOTES:
 
QUESTIONS for thinking it through: 
How could this clarify my Reality?
How could this benefit if added to my Disciplines?
Who needs to hear this?
SOURCES:
[1] Scripture
[2] #14, from Napoleon Hill’s 17 Principles of Personal Achievement by Napoleon Hill
[3]
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