Ideas are everywhere. They’re in our head, a notebook, a spark of inspiration from an observation.
Think of an idea as a seed on the ground.
There are thousands of those scattered around. We walk over them as quickly as they appear in front of us and they disappear in a flash behind us.
Not all seeds get fertilized. In fact, very few do.
Without the right conditions, they have no chance of turning into a majestic Redwood.
Execution is vital to its growth.
The same goes for our ideas.