Making instructions is harder than following them.
Don’t quit your day job. Start evenings and weekends and figure it out with small failures.
Here’s the deal: you don’t get to be part of the success narrative unless you were fully exposed if there was going to be a failure narrative instead.
You get to make waves, not just ride them.
When a change in form comes to your industry, the first thing to discover is how it will change the function.
People who care (and who are wiling to fail) will likely turn that effort into something worthwhile.
Does the org chart you live with every day leverage your best people or does it get in their way?
The thing to remember about the short-term is that we’ll almost certainly be around when the long-term shows up.
Most people are searching for a path to success that is both easy and certain. Most paths are neither. - Seth Godin