In August 2013 I read Ikigai and highlighted this:
How can I stimulate great thinkers who have minor blocks to write more, to build more, to produce more? If I could inspire 1 out of 100 people I meet to produce at higher levels, then there will be a cascading effect through all of humanity. Everyone will be pulled up.
I wrote a note that said, "That would be me."
That was easily the best thing I did all year.
I could do a better job writing a more proper post. But I just felt a compelling need to post something. Express my gratitude for this man. Right now.
That's one thing Sebastian helps me remember: Many times, imperfect action is better than not doing anything.
So what if it's badly written? If it nudges just one person towards reading the book then my five minutes typing here would've been time well spent. And if you ignore it... So what?
I took action on my compelling need.
If you do that enough times, you'll eventually win.
So yeah, stop screwing around and go get your copy of Ikigai today.
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