This is a ncie post, because it makes us think of what it is we want to do, rather than what we need to build or how to build it (or what job we need to get, etc. etc.). "Only after we find what’s “Belo” (Beautiful), even in the most difficult and horrendous of life’s circumstances, an endless energy and a constant stream of curiosity is available for us to devote ourselves into understanding a problem, considering alternatives, and fiercely tackling them as the hope for a better world begins to materialize in front of our paths." I actually think about that quite a lot, and in the end my definition is very much the same as the author's: " Moving fast and breaking things has proven to be a cautionary tale for entrepreneurs nowadays. 'My future is increasingly peaceful, calm and balanced. It’s the only way I can be sure I’m doing things right and it’s the only way I can stay sensible.'"