That said, this post is not about advertising or memorable campaigns, but rather about the meaning behind this particular one and the main reason of why it got so incredible well-known across the planet.
The truth is, we all have many plans, great ideas that are going to make us rich, or things we would do if we were rich. Turns out though, that most of us aren't rich, at least not by the money definition.
Here is the good news: we can still just do it.
If there is a will, there is a way. Don't leave for tomorrow what you can do today. And so many other enthusiastic and supportive sayings, are all condensed in this one: Just do it.
Wake up in the morning and go for a run, send that job application, love letter or email. Go to the doctor, sign up for those dancing classes, or as I did today, start a blog.
Whatever it is, just do it, because if you don't start it chances are you are not going to get there, so stop being a thinker, a planner and become a goer, that's how things happen.
That's where the world finds its leaders, be as a schoolteacher, a staff manager or the president himself. Start something, work on it, and when you fail, try again. But DO IT.
And you better start now, or the guy next to you might go for it.
Oh, and don't let people tell you what you are doing is stupid.