scale

When we decide to scale, we make the assertion that-

a) this is working, and
b) this should continue to work at a larger scale.

When you see effort towards advancement, you know these two assertions have been confirmed.

Ideas are different. Your hybrid ice cream scooper-bottle opener design for true root beer float-lovers (please don’t patent that) hasn’t been put into packaging yet. It’s sitting on the shelf of your mind waiting to be built.

The decision is not to scale or stay, you’re deciding to “press go.”

The critical component is whether you want it or not. If you get this one wrong and end up scaling then friction only multiplies.

If you want it, go ahead- press go.


What did you notice today? ///

Author: Ben Fridge

thecollegeminimalist.com

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