Monday, November 5, 2007
I received my first antagonistic comment, from anonymous, about my Alex McQuilkin post. Other comments appreciated.
On another note:
At a family roundtable the other night, I was involved in a heated, psychologically charged conversation about success’s formula. The ingredients proposed were: showing up, dint (which I learned means effort), and random (bias, connections, luck). How much of each does it take to make it?
My breakdown of success, as I consider it today, is as follows: 40% showing up, 40% random, and 20% dint.
Sound about right?
Or are we really going to give more credit to trying?