“Let’s do what we did last year”

Copout. Boring. Too easy.

We tend to replicate what we did last year because it worked and because we’re too uninquisitive to try something else.

Why risk failing in the unknown? Why endure unnecessary stress?

Expirementation, testing a guess, is the only way to progress. You need to change in order to be in constant motion.

Moore’s Law predicts the speed of technological change. What’s available today is antiquated tomorrow. Your platform is only as useful as yesterday.

Reusing past models is a sign of stagnation. Rethink the present snd write the future.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of and four books.