May 12, 2004
I feel like I'm taking crash course in these regulations, just like studying Ancient Chinese bronzes and architecture at the IFA all over again. I heed the advice that I've been too focused on protecting against loss, that I should instead focus on aggressively going after success and what I want. It seems a dangerous route, but if I don't risk anything, there will never be any major success, just more of the same medocrity. Joseph Chilton Pearce: "To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong." Won't himself just love that I'm referencing THAT quote?!