Xavier Alexandre Xavier Alexandre
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Be the best prepared person in the room.
Make some noise because if you don't say it out loud, chances are you won't get heard.
Make it up as you go along.
Make some noise!
Part of making is a 70% failure rate.
Making leads to more making.
The more different types of hands-on learning that we do, the more we are capable of learning and doing because all of our skills are interconnected.
I think we all have this unrealistic expectation that everything we make should be good and perfect even when we're learning something new.
Embrace the crappy work.
Significant ideas can come when you give yourself time to play.
The convenient 'someday' never comes unless we make it a priority and dedicate the time.