When you’re brilliant —
Which I equate to Vision + Skill + Wisdom + Action —
You’re able to have an idea, see what it could be,
design it, execute it, and refine it.
You understand whether the idea is sound or not, based on what you know, and feedback from early testing.
You know whether the idea is a good fit for you, knowing when to delegate.
And you understand there’s always another idea out there, so you’re not worried, or afraid to toss out a bad one.
Brilliance allows us to be capable of outputting our ideas, whatever the medium, because we have the knowledge to do so, and the mindset you to learn how if we don’t.
It’s having something in your head, and being able to make it real. Idea’s come to life.
I don’t know about you, but I want to make my ideas reality.
Why be Brilliant?
Why NOT be?
“The value of an idea lies in the using of it.” — Thomas Edison
“All big things in this world are done by people who are naive and have an idea that is obviously impossible.” — Charles Hamilton
‘Brevity is the soul of wit.’ Email me (email@example.com) your thoughts on this post. Can you reduce the essential idea further?