Tuesday, January 25, 2011 7:42 PM By Stephen J Christophers

Now, if your going to do something well you must be persistent at it, single minded in its delivery: you'll first find a wealth of team players willing to offer up strict advice, guidelines and then support; it's your idea, and as such, only accept sincerity, to the rest, ignore. Keep working at it ... And, dwell upon your task with focus and flow: Sooner or later, your persistence will engage them once again. They'll try to berate you for it. This will inform you that you are indeed starting to make head-way. But, nevertheless, you still have a long way to go. So, focus is key. Most stumble here. With the best ideas comes a light bulb; when their light bulb flickers, it is usually too late. It's the point at which they realize you were on to something all along, and by now you know what's going on.

Their only way to engage at this stage will be imitation and reverse engineering. The most complicated form of flattery. And, as your productivity has seen you build-up a large body of work, catching up will be almost impossible; to do so, would take massive input and repetitive hard work, not at all creative drive.

Continue into the area they call achievement and self satisfaction ... with this achievement comes one question: What the fuck have you done?

Music to be inspired::Chinese Man Records - "Goals" by LeYan::

Goals by ChineseMan