I don’t [believe in God]. I have a problem with religion or anything else that says, ‘We have all the answers,’ because there’s no such thing as ‘the answers.’ We’re complex. We change our minds on issues all the time. Religion leaves no room for human complexity. — Daniel Radcliffe, to Parade Magazine, Jan. 8, 2012
The night is darkest just before the dawn. — Harvey Dent
Time, as a sole basis for project development, is futile.
Progress can be made possible by velocity.
V = D/T, whereas D is the displacement and T is the time.
To keep a project healthy, you should be able to track the directions you are going to and allot the shortest possible time to accomplish your journey.
I don’t mean rushing things. When I say possible, it should not exclude quality nor does it promote quantity over quality.
Quality and quantity can both go hand in hand if you have proper management.
I know I can be whatever I want to be (a musician, a Star Wars fanatic, etc.) but this post is about being something professionally, which means I’m getting paid for what I do, a job for a living.
So if I’d have to choose my 2nd career, I’d want to be a/an:
Well, just something random to think of.