“We choose to go to the moon…not because (it) is easy, but because (it) is hard. Because that challenge is one we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone and one we intend to win”
I learn everyday how the products you make or the service you offer should be executed in such a way that the consumers don’t need to think. “If they think for a second, you lost them,” or so it goes. I’ve started to wonder how much of myself operates under this same rule; Think less. For certain affairs of life, this probably isn’t an issue. But when dealing with physical laws, riding on its riotous back, staying mounted while you direct it as you wish, the mind requires all it can muster.
During the slug days when all is dark, I often wondered if this path is the right one. If my drawbacks are proof of a wrong career. But you see, I chose engineering, not because it is easy, but because it is hard. I work in order to find that feeling, the feeling of having the math check out and getting a pratical prove as back up.
A little personal touch for the day’s writeup.