Posted: May 24, 2011 in inception
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Great thinkers trust neurological flickers.

First we imagine, then we pretend; tentatively we begin and finally we star.

Starting is the hardest part of finishing.

The beginning is the fastest way to the end.

Inception is nine-tenth of direction.

Don’t do what you have always wanted to do — tomorrow.

Inception is by the pen, realization by the shovel and demolition by the guillotine.

Being — it’s doing.

The clay tablet, the scroll, the codex, the printing press and the digital book first appeared in the mind.

Starting things that fail is the best training for starting things that succeed.

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