Good ideas are like London buses.
Big, red, open-ended, and moving obnoxiously fast.
There’s usually a maniac behind the wheel too.
When we want one, there is rarely one around.
But if we stop and wait for a minute or three, several will appear at once — all headed to the same place.
Good ideas come in threes and fours, blocking the highway and disrupting the flow of ideas.
Best to board one or wave them all on as soon as possible, or we’ll end up in creative gridlock.