Ideas are worthless, doing is key.

Everyone has good ideas.

I talk with a lot of people about ideas that would be good, but they never happen.

Some people are more in love with talking about the idea than the completion.

This might be because lots of people have rarely executed an idea fully, completely.

We all drift, we drift into jobs and take opportunities that come our way. But people rarely set out to do something and execute completely.

Even bad ideas fully completed win.

The winning is in the doing. Not the idea.

Ideas aren’t worthless, but they are if no one implements.

Who’s your do person. Talk to them first.

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