Look to where things might be tomorrow, not where they are today

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Duncan Idaho Dec 18, 12
hmm intresting phrase, true it's a good idea to look to the future but by remembering the present is one can go ahead, i know this is related to the whole win8 debate, but it's an intresting phrase.
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harbin Dec 19, 12
But surely one must also focus on the here and now since the future is always in motion and can be changed by the present.
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Dragoon Dec 19, 12
I think it's merely to say "No matter how bad things might be now, think about how this will help you reach your goal".. or something.
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Redemption Dec 21, 12
quote Dragoon
I think it's merely to say "No matter how bad things might be now, think about how this will help you reach your goal".. or something.
That applies too, but I'm mostly thinking about how the world changes so drastically, and something that looks incomprehensible now sometimes makes the most sense only later.

I remember when I heard rumours Apple was making a phone there was much hype, but I was really struggling to figure out exactly what Apple hoped to accomplish. See, in my mind, phones weren't all that interesting and at the time a "smartphone" was still very underwhelming.
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