No broken windows
One broken window leads to two.
Two broken windows leads to a whole street being seen as unsafe.
Enough unsafe streets and you’ve got a neighbourhood no one wants to visit.
Take care of the big things by taking care of the small things. The details are what make it.
A book is 100,000 single words made up of 26 different letters.
A wall is millions of bricks laid one at a time.
An application is thousands of lines of code working together.
Practice doing a small number of things well and do them really well.
If you want to write a book, start by putting one word down on the page.
If you want to build an application people can use, start by learning how to write one line of code.
If you want to clean up your city, start with repairing one broken window.