While trying to defy nay-sayers who suggest this is a bad time to start a new company, I learned that I am motivated by a blend of encouragement from those I respect and harsh criticism from those I don’t. These nay-saying pragmatist who can quickly analyze the feasibility of an endeavor live on this level of existence. I, however, choose to have one big-toe in a brisk ocean of imminent triumph and the other in a boiling hot spring of possible boredom. I like to believe that the possibility of tedium keeps me sharp because I am continually avoiding any stagnant ponds. Fittingly, I am now bored of my own analogy so I am going to go do paperwork to make this business happen.