“Treat it like an adventure. An adventure worth sharing.”

That was probably the best line in Evil Plans:

“Treat it like an adventure. An adventure worth sharing.”

Whether we’re talking about a business plan, a career, or something far more important, something that actually matters… that’s what we’re here for, no?

The adventure.

To live it. And to be able to share it with others.

If you can’t do that, you’r not really alive. Not really.

Hell, you’re not even really marketing….

“Treat it like an adventure. An adventure worth sharing.”

That’s what having an Evil Plan is really all about. That’s what gapingvoid is really all about.

And even I forget that sometimes…

 

 

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  1. Btw CC licensing still applies to this cartoon, right? Let me know if it doesn’t, or if you don’t like your cartoon on my blog in any way, thanks. [/just making sure etc.]

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