“If only we had more time/money/resources” is a natural go-to from time to time.

Of course, it turns out that the better thing to do is to replace it with the following question:

“But, what am I doing with the time/money/resources I have at hand?”

It is a better and more important question for two reasons.

Creativity shows up in the presence of constraints.

And, more importantly, if we cannot get the best out of the resources we have, why should we be trusted with more?

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