“He who is firm and resolute in will moulds the world to himself.”– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Resolution of will. When we battle for what’s right it is the exact time to be resolute in will.
No matter what you think about Goethe, he’s got a point. The person who is resolute in will molds the world to themselves. We see it in civil rights, we see it in business. We see it in success.
But in every opposition to success, somebody’s failure, we see it, too. It often comes down to a battle of wills, whether it be one person or the collective will. Democracy, influenced by will. The movement with the greater collective will is known for success, and the opposing movement is not. However, often the “losing” opposition moves the victorious. Compromise.
With that in mind, how resolute are you?
Resolution: An Interfanatic Quality
We’re insistent upon finishing projects. Despite setbacks, despite opposition, we feel driven to complete. That’s what we do.
Perhaps that’s why we’ve been in business for so long.
That’s certainly why we’ve completed so many projects.
Paul Neights – Attempting to Mold the World with Resolution
Paul Neights came to us about a decade ago. He had been to a couple of school board meetings and was appalled at what he’d heard. Immediately, he set about molding the world to himself – he decided he could do it better.
Ultimately, Neights did not win his position in election. But by being resolute, by taking action for what he believed in, he was able to sway the board, and some of the things he cared most about changed.
Change takes time and effort. And we don’t see Paul’s effort as a failure because in the end, he molded the world – in some small, but important way – to himself.
We were proud to be a part of this small local political campaign, and to help him mold the world the way he thought was best. Even in not winning a seat, the took a leadership role and succeeded in affecting change. We helped him put together a quick website that explained his platform, and it educated both his supporters and his opposition to his viewpoint. And what he wanted partly came true.
“…Paul Neights molded the world – in some small, but important way – to himself.”
It was fun to play a small part in this great American democracy. It was our first foray, and we’re pleased we helped an individual improve his world around him.
Keep your Customers Coming Back:
Interfanatic Power Weekly Email Marketing
If you have a substantial network, email is a great way to generate business. If you don’t have a substantial network, there’s no time to begin building one like the present.
For email to work, it must that a huge list – we’re talking thousands of interested subscribers. And you can’t just send an email to hundreds or thousands without using a service. Try it, and your personal email will be labeled as spam, and your personal email will be basically shut down.
Also, your content must be compelling. You can’t just send drivel and hope to have a fantastic response. Your subject line must be on point to get the open, and your content must seem and be useful to keep getting clicks.
But, you see, effective email marketing what we do. We’re here to help. We’re here to bend the world to yourself, to help you be more successful. We can be on your team to help mold the world to your ideas of success.
Interfanatic and Resolve
Not only will we advise you and get your project started. We’ll stick with it until you find the success you need.
That is the Interfanatic way. To keep at it; to bend the world to our customer’s will.
This week’s image:
Interfanatic‘s founder, Ryan Delane, takes or creates every image you see in our social feed.
Ken Tyrrell resolved to bend the world to his will. He hired Jackie Stewart, then Derek Gardner, to create a world-beating F1 team. Pictured above is the “shed”, Ockham, England. This is where Ken and Derek built the Formula One World Championship Tyrrells. It doesn’t look like much. Compared to the factory at Maranello, it wasn’t much. But it was here that Ken’s resolution molded the world to his will. I was honored to go there after the restoration of the 1972 Tyrrell 006 (middle right). It is pictured with the 1970 Tyrrell 001. Ken, Derek and team built Tyrrell 006 in this shed. Derek built Tyrrell 001 in his own garage. Sadly, the shed from Ockham is gone. However, the Tyrrells live on, a testament to Ken Tyrrell and a celebration of his resolute will.