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  1. Areli

    I agree with most except #6 as it stndas. Rather I see this as Don’t cry rivers and freeze up if your first idea fails, just jump on the horse again and do something else. It’s not constructive to think your idea will actually fail, even if it might. It’s about not getting too affected by it, and be quick changing the course and get on with new things. If you are lucky no one will even notice (I’ve done that a few times).I’ve seen many hang on to commercially or technically unsound ideas long after expiration date, out of pride (their idea) or lack of reality-checking abilities (I’ve admittedly done that too).


    • JHarte

      Perhaps we need 11 commandments as your suggestion is good too! Tweaking and sometimes letting go of ideas can be important as well. Thank you for posting!


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