“It was once said of Catcher in the Rye, that rare miracle of fiction has again come to pass. A person has been created out of ink, paper, and the imagination.”
Why was I even reading this again and again? I don’t know. But somehow I was intrigued by it; almost driven by its essence. I have heard this—thing—plenty of times in movies, from heartbroken people, and it has always cheered me up. After all, who wouldn’t want to create something out of animagination.
“We have finalize on some of the things”, he said pointing toward the third unwelcomed person. Yes, we have already started with the work, working on the name and logo, brainstorming registration strategies, transaction, but, most importantly, working toward a better, novel idea.
Days passed like this. However, after 4 days, we were able to finalize the name and logo and few other things that seem quite impossible few days ago. Our plan was laid down on weekly basis; we divided steps/work for each week. While it is only the first week in question, I am glad that we are right on track.
Now that I am slowly closing in on the week, I am a little scared with the plan of action laid down for the coming few weeks; as it will define, to some extent, the fate of our ‘thing’. I’ve had a failed attempt previously, so I very well realize the importance of personal satisfaction of this particular week. Whatever you come up with during the second phase, and if you are truly satisfied, you will go length. Otherwise, there is no point of sobbing over it. Therefore, whatever the best you can give to this week will determine what you can get.
Oh, did I mention about this client of mine? Okay. When all of this was just an idea, and, mind you, this is just a few days ago, we were arguing over registration like anything. After all, we’ve seen people going down with their ‘thing’ with just one bad step. So, we were a bit over cautious, you know. My friends and I were able to contact few locals, who, we thought, could really help us. But then again, who wanted to go local? Not us, obviously. Just as we were closing on one of the convenient options, this client of mine fell from the sky, a blue sky indeed. He wanted me to freelance for him on one of his projects, which I agreed to work upon. I also pitched my idea to him; not completely, but just an overview, and I also asked me about his opinion on the ‘registration’ thing. It wasn’t like I was desperate for his help, but, since he was staying in the dream land, I thought we could really use his suggestion. Without a moment of thought, he told me he is willing set up a corporation and a transaction processor for us. Whoops! There you go! All sorted out, right?