Empire Building Requires Intensity

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Titanic director James Cameron was a truck driver in 1977 when he walked out of the original Star Wars and ‘wanted to punch something’.  A dream was born that day of outdoing George Lucas.

Yesterday Avatar hit the theaters to huge success.  TechCrunch calls it ‘the iPhone of movies’, and some predict it’s the next mass cult following, with its vivid 3D animation, an entire language created, ridiculous attention to detail, and an emotionally bending plot.

The Wired article that describes what James Cameron went through in the 32 years between Star Wars and now keeps referring to him as ‘intense’.

Everyone that I know personally that is conquering massive mountains in business, ministry or sports, has a fervor and intensity to them that is rare.

Passion makes people money, but true intensity changes nations and entire industries.

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One Response to “Empire Building Requires Intensity”

  1. Amy Says:

    “Passion makes people money, but true intensity changes nations and entire industries.”

    I love this quote Tyler!! 🙂

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