Be Stubborn. Be Naive.
An idea is usually under attack as soon as it takes its first breath: excuses why it won’t work, warnings of how you’re wasting your time, fear that it'll fail–or even succeed. To move an idea from your brain into the world, it sometimes helps to be stubborn enough to ignore those who say your idea won’t succeed, and naive enough to believe it will. I’ll share some of my projects, from the silly to the serious, to show how stubbornness and naiveté helped make them each a reality.
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