Scott Sakamoto, Seth Godin, blank paperThe Thing About a Clean Sheet of Paper

…is that it still has edges. [footnote}]The Thing About a Clean Sheet of Paper:
Seth Godin

It’s tempting to believe that creativity comes from starting fresh. But even when we start fresh, we approach projects and problems with self-created boundaries.

You can’t do real work without edges, without something to leverage, but those edges don’t have to be the same edges as everyone else uses.

Creative people often excel because they change the shape of the clean sheet.

I was fortunate to have lunch with a Senior Real Estate Agent in Portland, Oregon last week. Over the course of the lunch we found that we had similar experiences of getting “Whacked” by the 2008 economic stress and she, having been out of the working-professional loop for the past few years taking care of personal matters didn’t help to keep her in the “Digital Loop”.

Starting Now is Better Than Never

Fortunately for me, I have a blank paper to start with and a bunch of pens full of historical Real Estate Content that just needs to be crafted; then, we connect the Dots over time and there you go.

Here’s to exciting opportunities and great content in 2015.