The late and lazy entry | What’s the best idea you’ve ever had?

Okay. Two days down the “Post a Day Challenge” for myself and I already failed.
Not that I forgot. Not that I got lazy.
Well, maybe a little lazy… but more of uninterested.

I found the topic lame.

“What’s the best idea you’ve ever had?”

quoting The Daily Post:

Topic #209:

What’s the best idea you’ve ever had, that you never did anything about?

Is it too late to do something now?

I think knowing if an idea is even a bit good would require doing something about it to see the results.
So if one had not done anything about it, how would you know that it’s the “best”?

Anyway, that’s just how I see things.
But I finally decided to give in and just go with it for post-a-day’s sake.

Here goes…

Going through quarter-life crisis just makes you bust with all this ideas.
Ideas that you think will make you rich, successful, or just plain happy.
This hazy phase of your life will just plain make you think of all the things that you may do to make an impact on the world (idealistic, as one may say). And through mine, I have thought of everything– from starting a business (environment-friendly and socially responsible company that will change the face of Materials Science and Engineering) to starting a band (Winning Grammy’s Best New Artist, Tony’s Best Musical Score, Emmy’s Outstanding Music Composition For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special (Original Dramatic Score), and Oscar’s Best Original Soundtrack).

However, the best idea (I think) I have ever had was producing for Sarah Geronimo and Sandara Park. Way before they both achieved their current star status and way back when people were thinking they were jologs and baduy, I have always believed that they were really talented. And I was always telling my sisters that if I had the money, I would do something to make those two famous.

Fortunately for them and unfortunately for me, others have also seen their talent and went on ahead and helped made them famous. I believe they totally deserve every fame and fortune they got.

P.S. I'm always on the lookout, though, for the next great artist (until I have dough)!