Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.

Your ideas are great. But most of them have never even left your head. I want to invite you to change that. Because the world needs your creative input. The world needs your ideas and the things you might make with those ideas.

More often than not, I hear of ideas with great potential from folks too afraid to give them a shot, excused by what they believe they lack. Whether it’s a certain type of education, authority, network, technical know-how, influence, access, time; you name it.




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