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  • Welcome to Quixoting™ and thanks for the visit! Quixoting (pronounced key-ho-ting) is based on the story of Don Quixote. A character best known for being delusional. But here we admire his daring to take action. Because ideas or creative work left in a bottom drawer will never be seen by the eyes of the world. And that is a shame. So this site has two objectives. First to share our new ideas with the world. Second, to inspire you to take action on them. Along the way, we'll ponder the meaning of life, explore creativity, discuss being an entrepreneur and, yes, have a little bit of fun. Look down the right sidebar for a list of your favorite posts so far and for posts from my idea book - ideas that you can launch right now!


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November 07, 2009


Arash Sayadi


I'm a big believer that ideas have more relevance with focus. Though you may not have as many ideas, you certainly may have more depth to your new ideas. What's more they may be more evolutionary, but no less significant. After all, after ten or more evolutions, you likely have a revolution comparing your current idea with the its impetus, then ideas ago.

Arash Sayadi
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http://www.themarq.com (blog)

"Everything popular is wrong." Oscar Wilde

Tim Tyrell-Smith

Thanks Arash - A relevant revolution sounds nice. Appreciate the positive vibes!

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