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May 19, 2015 by musehick

Ideas are plentiful. Actions are the costly thing, and they are what you should invest in. Sure, keep a log of every idea that you have … I am not saying that they are not valuable, but if an idea remains only that, and it never makes it out there into the world then what use is it?

An idea only ever helped anyone when it was executed. Before the execution all it proved was that someone was clever. When it helps someone then you can take some real pride in it … this is the real benchmark by which you should judge what you do. Sure, judging something that way is judging it by a high standard, but inf you don’t apply high standards to the things that you do, why in e name of God do you bother? Anything else than full dedication to what you do is bullshit, and you deserve failure if that is your attitude.

And again I dig the spur in. For myself as much as anyone else.


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