5 comments on “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

  1. As someone who frequently has brilliant ideas that I never follow through with, I know exactly how you feel. Having to pick and choose which ones to run with is frightening.

    My advice (though I basically know nothing, so take this with a grain of salt): risk big, and eventually you’ll have to win big!

    • Thanks, Nick. I am thinking along the same lines. I’m thinking that maybe travelling and doing a business need not be an either-or situation. I guess I’ll just have to find out.

      Still struggling with this. But, I’m sure it will work out somehow.

  2. I agree with Nick. I have constantly big, brilliant ideas and no idea what to do because not only are they demanding a lot of me, are big risks, or I have no clue how to proceed them. Or I fear I get bored of them eventually, because I often do.

    My tip is: If there is one particular idea that keeps coming back to you more than others, as if you are hsunted by it, then that is the one you should go for. Invest it all. You only got one life. Live it! 🙂

  3. Exactly! You hit the nail on the head. These are all of my concerns. My tendency to get bored quickly is a big problem.

    These ideas do come back to haunt me but I just need to figure out the logistics of it all.

    You know, my concern is that going down this path might actually stop me from doing some of the other things I want to do. On the flip side, I don’t seem to be doing any of those things anyway, so why not just do the business thing. I’m in quite a dilemma.

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