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Chris Brogan: "If Life Really Ran Like a Ship… I went on a cruise last winter. The plus was that there were lots of great people that I like aboard the ship. The negative was that if I wanted to change my mind, I couldn’t. I was on the ship for the duration of the journey. With the courses we set for ourselves in life, we tend to jump back off the ship quite often. Sure, ships make course adjustments. But they don’t just cancel the trip at the first choppy wave. They move forward and maintain their original travel plans. "
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"The moment I have an idea for an article, instead of just jotting it down as a phrase, I open a blank document and create the title, any subheadings that come to mind, and at least one paragraph, forming the “stub” of a full article. I find it much easier to continue later with some copy on the page than none. With the stub in place, the article on some level already exists; the rest is just detail. I’m never starting cold."
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"He taught me 'the standard pace is for chumps' - that the system is designed so anyone can keep up. If you're more driven than 'just anyone' - you can do so much more than anyone expects. And this applies to ALL of life - not just school.
Then, as he suggested, I bought the course materials for other required classes and taught myself, doing the homework on my own time, then went to the department head and took the final exam, getting full credit for the course."
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