What you are describing is mediocrity & we have a world full of mediocre plastic trash... not sure we need anymore beancounters & Bad products & a growing mountain of trash.edt wrote: ↑Wed May 09, 2018 9:22 pmI am pretty sure there's nothing more to talk about so . . . go off topic am I right?
I think to be successful in business the number 1 thing you need is work. Instead of 40 hours a week you work 100 or more. Second thing you need is to count beans. Figure out what sells what doesn't, halt production of stuff that doesn't work and produce more of stuff that does. Imagination creativity and soul are surely important but come far below sweat. Anyone can have a damn good idea. It's work that turns the ideas into physical form. The amount of times I have heard someone tell me how great their idea for a business was, but never wanted to work hard to make it happen? Close to infinite. Creativity has to be the most over rated thing in human endeavors while hard work is the most under rated.
they would wake behind a boat more or foil more promoting what sells so wake/foil manufacturers pay them - just doing proriders' job.
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Maybe I am too stupid, but the first one I kind of get the meaning, the second one no idea.What you are describing is mediocrity & we have a world full of mediocre plastic trash... not sure we need anymore beancounters & Bad products & a growing mountain of trash. You are confusing passion for detail, the steady buildup of traditional skill and knowledge with mediocre survival ... Two different things. I don’t know about you, but I never settle for stuff. Wakestyle has its merits, it will always be part of the traditional store of skills, it’s certainly admirable in its own right, but it’s not the standard for all disciplines, that’s a ridiculous claim. Besides, standards change & usually it’s the creative types that change them... creativity requires mastery of the current standard, it’s not as easy as edt Imagines, but it also goes beyond them... so, I‘m glad Aaron & Lewis are holding up the standard in wakestyle, but it’s going to change, it’s inevitable. I‘m curious what they do next. The scale measuring technique and creativity is a very fine one: when technique tips over into creativity, a new standard is born & you better keep up... Wakestyle is stagnating at the moment so I‘m curious what they do next.
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