"Focus—The ability to concentrate all your limited talents on whatever’s critical at the moment. Without that you can’t accomplish anything of value, while, if you can focus effectively, you’ll be able to compensate for an erratic talent or even a shortage of it."

—Haruki Murakami


 

"The truth is it’s not the idea. It’s never the idea. It’s always what you do with it."

—Neil Gaiman
 

 

"Work is serious play."

—James Victore

 


 

"If the task is boring, make the way you do it interesting, or personal."

—Dan Saffer

 


"Consider everything an experiment."

—Sister Corita Kent

 


"Here is the world. Beautiful & terrible things will happen. Do not be afraid."

—Buechner

 


“Design should never say look at me. It should say look at this.”

—David Craib

 


“Sometimes you have to keep ideas for decades before they have any use.”

—Marc English