Think the Opposite: Do It - Then Fix It as You Go.

September 5, 2010

A quick paraphrase from "Whatever You Think, Think the Opposite" by Paul Arden to keep us thinking over the weekend.

When you have an idea, run with it. Don't wait for things to be perfect. A person can plan forever and not have the ideal conditions to launch the initiative perfectly. What is more important is to get an idea off the ground. Once it is in motion, you can fix problems as they come.

There is nothing worse than an unused idea. It is worse than no idea at all because it creates clutter and takes away time and energy with no return. So when you have an idea, run with it! Otherwise, what's the point?

Something to ponder over the extended weekend!

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