“If it’s not broke then don’t fix it.”

This job, it pays the bills, but it isn’t bringing me closer to the change I seek to make.

This remodel, it helps pass the time, but it isn’t fulfilling it.

Satisfying a demand is not enough to classify something as working.

And just because it functioning doesn’t mean it’s working either.

The best time to break things is during smooth sailing—when things are working just fine.

Before things become too stagnant. Before things become obsolete.

If it’s not broke then break it. 

If you seek to make a change, you have to break something.

(If someone doesn’t hate it, then you are not doing enough.)