The other day I found video in a series about coming up with business ideas. It’s called The 25 Days Of Ideas. For one month the series gives a strategy for coming up with a new business idea each day.
After noticing that you could skip ahead I started watching the videos at 1.5x speed. So I ended up watching a month’s worth of videos in about two-hours. One concept stuck out to me in the video for day 8. It’s the idea that you can be good, fast, and cheap but never all three.
If you could go back and listen to your great great grandfather. If you had a video recording of his daily life. If you could view his inner thoughts in less than 140 characters would you?
Yesterday I went to my first Oregon State Men’s Basketball.
The Ducks crushed the Tigers. Something that would never happen in real life but mascots fight on a different realm.
Final score was 128 to 59, which ended up being a school record.
Something happened near the eight minute mark of the second half. The student section of the stadium start cheering for a player on the team. This player didn’t just make a game winning play, they hadn’t even played all game.
My procrastination takes the form of research. I attempt to find the easiest solution. A comfortable path to follow before even taking the first step.
That’s probably why what I found in a video by Evan Carmichael hit me so hard.
Lay Me Down – Flume Remix by Sam Smith on repeat.
It’s never been a better time to be 20 – 30 years old.
It’s never been a better time to be a human.