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Sometimes, it feels like I'm stuck in a constant whirlwind of ideas. New AI technologies are being announced daily, there are still untapped blockchain opportunities everywhere, and all around me, the call of shiny new projects is almost impossible to resist. I constantly get swept up in the thrill of building something cool, something innovative. But at the end of the day, I have to ask myself: am I creating something valuable, or just chasing the latest trends?

It's all too easy to let the excitement of a new idea carry me away. I convince myself, "I'm building small bets" But the truth is, this is an excuse so I never have to finish a project and can keep jumping to the next exciting idea. Each new project pulls my attention away from truly valuable work and sends me down a rabbit hole of endless possibilities. Before I know it, I'm knee-deep in a new project before I've even had a chance to validate my previous one.

The one thing I've been reminding myself of lately is the importance of focus. The ability to tune out the noise, to ignore the shiny new toys and concentrate on what truly matters: creating products that deliver value. Whether it's a simple digital product like a course, an ebook, a newsletter, or a complex software solution, the goal is the same. It's all about creating something that solves a real problem, something that makes people's lives easier, better, or more enjoyable.

Sure, it's less glamorous. It involves hard work and plenty of patience. But at the end of the day, the satisfaction I get from seeing a project come to fruition, from knowing that I've created something genuinely helpful, is worth far more than the fleeting thrill of jumping from one project to another. So here's to focus, to blocking out the noise, and to creating products that truly make a difference.