Ideas Don’t Get Things Done

Everything around us was built by someone: the roads we travel, the phones we use, the house that keeps us warm, and the technology that connects us.

Human creativity and innovation have shaped our world for the better.

First someone had an idea. Then they went to work.

They worked with tenacity towards creating that vision. They didn’t listen to the internal voice that told them it couldn’t be done. They didn’t listen to other voices telling them it wasn’t possible.

They figured out how to build it. They raised money to produce it. They worked when others weren’t working. They often worked without reward. They fought through obstacles big and small.

Ideas don’t get things done.

It’s the execution of the idea that makes things better. Ideas can inspire but tenacious action creates change.

The world needs your usefulness. The world needs you to follow through on your ideas.