What You Want Is Often Found in Unlikely Places

“Some people think they need expensive equipment to start a new hobby, certain clothes to look the part, or for everything to be just right. But resourceful people know they don’t.”

It’s easy to assume you need to do certain things, have certain resources, or go certain places to get what you want — but that’s not true.

Derek Sivers points out it’s in the unlikely places that we often find what we want and suggests it’s important to separate your real goal from your old mental associations.