As clichéd as it may sound, ideas are dime a dozen.
Although rarer than opinions, they are aplenty.
Yes, plenty of ideas.
Inside people’s heads.
Some really good ideas.
But still safely locked inside people’s heads.
Some are even paranoid that others will steal their golden ideas.
But unless someone executes on those ideas and turn them into reality, the idea itself isn’t intrinsically valuable.
Doers > Ideas
If you fail while executing an idea, you learn.
If you succeed while executing an idea, you win.
Either way, you lean something that can’t be taught.
And that’s an unfair advantage in life.
Cover photo by Roman Kraft