Creativity and Luck and a Long and Happy Life (a few links)

I’m in a happy mood. Tried some new things, took some risks, earned a little money, ate some peaches. And I just finished a cup of coffee. To spread the mood, here are a few happy links for you:

Finding Creativity Through Imperfection, New York Times: “Most successful entrepreneurs don’t begin with perfected ideas or plans — they discover them. Entrepreneurs think of learning the way most people think of failure.”

How To Make Your Own Luck, Fast Company: “Lucky people are skilled at creating, noticing, and acting upon chance opportunities. They do this in various ways, which include building and maintaining a strong network, adopting a relaxed attitude to life, and being open to new experiences.”

Checklist for a Happy Life, a poem by Dallas Clayton Howard: “Now go out and do what you know is true.”

I’m experimenting with my tripod so please forgive all the silly self-portraits. I’m having fun here.

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