Saturday, March 26, 2016

The art of cultivating ideas, projects

Getting a project or an idea going, takes generally more time than planned, and is always fraught with unpleasant surprises or unforeseen hurdles. The nice developments are much rarer and are often, the result of pure luck.

The best way to protect against these vexing problem is to start much earlier than we normally would and begin planting seeds at all times, so answers to most problems can eventually come to fruition on their own.

This way, it's possible to resolve one issue after the other, bring up better solutions and unveil some of the unpredictable aspects of what we're after.

Luxury of time is obviously the key ingredient that makes the process work smoothly and, without it, we always rush into building something that its still simmering with a host of weird, damaging and costly issues as the by-products.

So if you are into starting a project, always begin ahead of schedule, keep planting many seeds all the time and never cease doing it until your plan is completed...

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