You can increase the odds of success by starting out on fire after something.
This is, of course, just another way, of saying that it helps to take action and just work your tail off.
As for me, later this year – and if I can find the time – I am going to try for a week to do the 12 posts per day that I posted about here.
Talk about making up for quality concerns with quantity…
Benjamin Franklin agreed that the harder you work, the luckier you get.
Whenyou first start out in the business, you have to expend a lot of energy. Hustling isn’t complicated. How much energy you put out dictates how much heat you generate. I decided to be a furnace. I felt the hotter I could get, the higher the odds of something catching fire.
-Bryan Cranston, A Life In Parts