You hit that uppercut and beat your opponent. They stand up dizzied. “Finish Him”
You haven’t played in a while so you jumble the input and they just fall over instead of you ripping their head off with their spine attached.
Alright this turned out to be one of those “get back on the wagon” episodes.
Immediate tangent: Neville Medhora runs Copywriting Course and he just released a podcast about cohort based courses and some learnings from it.
He talks about the value of releasing a product or really testing and idea and getting the hard NO. That’s how you really get the bad ideas out of your system.
It’s important because we all have a bunch of ideas. I’d say the default is probably that we think they’re good ideas and some of them are great ideas. In reality they’re all probably bad ideas with some good ideas that could be great with good execution.
In any case, this Mortal Kombat topic has been lingering in my head. I recorded a podcast and then it was still lingering because I wanted to make a video about it.
I finally did and it didn’t turn out great. I set too small of a time block with the goal being to just finish it rather than having some level of quality in mind.
Some of the enthusiasm expired as well. After watching the movie, enthusiasm was high. Even after recording the podcast, enthusiasm was still high. Then I drew the notes for the video.
Then that sat stagnant for a few days.
And then I did the video when I was more excited about doing other topics.
But I did finish and now I can move on to another idea. This time I’ll try to finish the video it before the enthusiasm expires.