Human beings have 50,000 thoughts per day. On average. For now, it’s not important if the actual number is correct. Let neuroscientists fight over that. What is important, is that we have thoughts. Many, many thoughts.
Looking from a sunny side perspective: I like to believe that some of those thoughts —you don’t need all of them— are potential ideas of reasonable quality.
In the real world, we share these ideas with people around us. We say what we are going to do. We talk about the things we want to happen. And how things would be better if we did. But most of the time, we end up doing nothing…
Something I’m absolutely guilty of myself. That’s exactly why there is one question that fascinates me beyond everything else:
Why do some people follow up on their ideas, while others don’t?