Wednesday, October 26, 2005

sharp all over

If you run in obvious circles you look a fool.
If you walk a straight line you usually hit water.
The key to success is to always end up where you started, but to do so in a way that makes people think you’ve ended up somewhere else, or to convince them that trying to figure out you’re a fraud would be too much work.
It starts with figure eights and clover leafs, then loopy spirals and unconnected dots.
Eventually it leads to the self-correcting 180° and suddenly you’re jumping between black and white but everyone thinks that where you are is where you’ve always been.

Success can be overrated when we are the cost.