Tuesday, August 31, 2010

One Idea Out of A Hundred

I’ve read a statistic log on the net from a while back. It stated that when you have a new idea, despite believing whole-heartedly in its conceptual originality- you are actually sharing it with over 100 people all around the world.

Yes, according to the study of some American scientists, the population mark today has grown too vast for originality to exist in its purest description. 100 People are having a groundbreaking moment the same as yours as we speak. Amidst all of this discovery, how does one ever get to utilize such a brilliant thought then? Well people believe that among these 100 individuals, 10 of them will be the only ones to actually do something about it. Actions done could either be big or small, but only these 10 people are said to have the initiative to make something happen.

Do you guys really believe that? Ten people have the willpower that 90 do not?

It could also be that perhaps the 90 people aren’t really that interested in the revelation and thus prioritize other things instead. What’s even more puzzling is that among these 10 people, chances are that only one of them will succeed at making the idea into a financial success story.  Given the number of people in the world, I wonder if this discovery is just based on hunches or actual numbers. One out of every hundred people can create change based on a single idea… (I’m not talking about copycats of course.)

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