Ideas and ways to make them work

If you never have a single great idea in your life, but become skilled in executing the great ideas of others, you can succeed beyond your wildest dreams. They do not have to be your ideas — execution is all. When confronted with a great idea, your reaction should be to scrupulously analyze its commercial potential in the context of your own ability to transform that potential into triumph.

Ideas don’t make you rich. The correct execution of ideas does.

From a book recommendation via Forbes via Techdirt … I guess the first publication is about getting rich, while the second and we all are about making a change, huh? And ain’t it about having and executing on ideas?  And what does correct mean in this case? Scrupulously analyzing realities sounds like a good start, however

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