Today’s message is especially dedicated to the great Travis Spalding.

“As a boy in the Middle West, I used to amuse myself by holding a stick across a gateway that the sheep had to pass through.

After the first few sheep had jumped over the stick, I took it away; but all the other sheep leaped through the gateway over an imaginary barrier. The only reason for their jumping was that those in front had jumped.

The sheep is not the only animal with that tendency. Almost all of us are prone to do what others are doing, to believe what others are believing, to accept without question, the testimony of prominent people.”
– Dale Carnegie

Follow the masses and you’ll get what the masses get; follow your own path, and you’ll get what you want. Just because everybody else is doing it, doesn’t mean it’s right.

Thanks for reading.

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