Thursday, May 10, 2007

This Thing Called Idea

There is nothing more motivating and refreshing than seeing someone receiving your idea with great excitement and approval. This is especially true if you know, or at least think, that the idea is truely yours and original that you are the only who's thinking about anything like that.

At the same time, however, there is nothing more frustrating than knowing that, even with such an original idea, there is nothing much you can do to make that idea become a reality. It's like finding out the secret recipe of Coca-Cola, but realizing there is no way to obtain necessary ingredient to produce it.

For me, what is missing is skills, including people skill, to get into a company of the related field to at least get a chance of bringing that idea into reality. It's such a shame and depressing that the chance of me getting into those companies is extremely slim.

What's even more depressing is knowing what I should be doing, but having no patience to actually do what needs to be done. That's the worst thing of all.

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