Ideas from the chapter “Ignore Everybody” from the book Ignore Everybody And 39 other Keys to Creativity by Hugh MacLeod.
- The more original your idea is, the less good advice other people will be able to give you.
- You don’t know if your idea is any good the moment it is created. Neither does anyone else.
- A big idea will change you.
- Good ideas alter the power balance in relationships. That is why good ideas are initially resisted.
- Good ideas come with a heavy burden, which is why so few people execute them.