In general, I find there are “two types” of regret. The first type I will “regret by action” and the second to be “regret by inaction.”
As one saga of my life comes to an end, I am excited to enter a new period. What is this saga you may ask? Allow me to explain.
Polarizing figures are, by definition, controversial.
Do you ever get that feeling that you are a time traveler?
If you have ever met me in person and engaged in any sort of discussion on decision making, you have likely heard parts of this rant. This it not my complete thoughts – as I am hastily throwing this onto the page – but they are thoughts nonetheless.
I find it pretty amazing that by simply forcing yourself to be present in a new environment, you can radically change your thoughts and perspective. It seems naively obvious, but literally putting yourself in a fresh situation, surrounded by different types of people, different styles of thinking, etc. can dramatically move and shape your mind.
Launching is not the goal – building something immensely valuable is.
I went to casino and gambled for the very first time yesterday. I would consider myself an extremely competitive person in the sense that I despise losing, especially to “machines” and things I do not “perfectly” understand.
How do you learn to learn? Better yet, how do you help other people learn to learn? In other words, how do you teach the ability to learn faster? How do you make people more curious? How do you have them ask the “right questions?”