One of the key concepts of this website zine is:

Success is not having a great idea. Success is having the discipline to execute it.

For example, let’s say that you were writing a play that included among the characters about the build to Houdini Day, which is the name originally used to honor famous magician and escape artist Harry Houdini, who passed on October 31, 1926. Today Houdini Day is still the title used, but it also goes by National Magic Day and other names as well.

Therefore if you were writing a theater piece that involved this topic, and Harry Houdini was an important figure in history to you, you might see it as being an opportunity to honor him by doing a reading with actors holding scripts on that day in a Manhattan, NYC theater in the theater district.

A reasonably good idea, but only effective at honoring Houdini if you execute it.

This is obvious of course, but it is important to realize that the only thing standing between a good strategy and success, is whether you execute or not.