Diverse interests (and projects) can lead to bondage.

We sometimes (many times?) believe that diversifying opens doors of freedom, because more is more, right?

Maybe not.

The bondage of chasing too many ideas (of spreading ourselves too thin) can lead us to miss the richness that only comes from the depth that single-mindedness brings.

One idea.
One focus.
Depth.

Fear of losing out drives us to put hands into too many pots, to run in crazy mode, and to (eventually) become exhausted, with little to show, without a quality product.

Let go of the peripheral (the other ideas/side projects) and
acknowledge that you can’t be in all, of all, and gain all.

Single-mindedness may actually give you the biggest gain of all.

* Thup
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