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, written by Jeremy. Read the commentary.

I was looking some art yesterday. A small, elegant sculpture made of marble. Polished, flawless, stationary; it seemed to dance. This morning, thinking of dreams and aspirations, the image of that sculpture slipped unbidden into the mix.

There are parts of life that flow as water. And there are others (those where goals and intentions are relevant) where definite choices must be made. Choices that act as chisels, or hammers, or sandpaper, or drills. Decisions that drive directly and ruthlessly in a single direction. Deliberate action.

Creating art and creating brilliant business can be a long, tedious process. But both art and business require a set of intentions instead of a series of responses.

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