I spotted this framed Edgar A. Guest poem in an antique store up in Vermont last weekend and had to share the last few lines with you guys. For anyone trying to carve their own path, there will always be competition, there will always be naysayers, there will always be risks. There will always be a good excuse to NOT do something. Keep pushing through "the thing that cannot be done" and you'll do it. Because what's the alternative? Inertia.