Concentrated attention is the collection of units of power on a chosen point of intention.
He who chooses to be a master never does just enough to get by; nor does he cut corners or attempt to cheat the system. He who chooses mastery lives his life asking, 'How can I do more, give more, be more, and thereby accelerate the achievement of my ultimate destiny?'
Control is never achieved when sought after directly. It is the surprising outcome of letting go.
Success is messy. But so is life. Deal with it. Poverty is messier.