The value of an idea lies in the using of it.
— Thomas Edison


Everybody has ideas. They blow in and out of our minds like the periodic winds that bring new seasons. Our task is to harness and utilize the good ones before they’re gone. Once we've counted the costs and determined in our hearts to act, we must do so; and we must be prepared to stamp out procrastination and fear all along the way.

Your idea is waiting on you. But it won’t wait forever.