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Sharing ideas makes them better. Having an idea in your head is great and everything, but by putting them into action in the real world, you can test whether they are effective. But the real test is, is it shareable? Are you able to get the support from others to truly make it remarkable?

Recently I've been struggling a little bit with sharing my ideas. I'm being a bit protective of them because I don't want them to be stolen. However, after much thought, I've decided that in this case it's better to share them. They're the sort of ideas that would be extremely difficult to implement alone, and by sharing them I feel it can truly give them the attention they deserve.

My only hope is that I get the credit deserved for them, but before that, the ideas have to be put in place, because without that, they're useless.

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