We love recommending things to other people. We love talking about things we use.
"You'll like this book." People say that all the time.
I think an extremely valuable, under-prioritized skill is the ability to cross out ideas.
We are often motivated in life but short term incentives. We choose to do things for the short term benefits.
A few months ago, I made the pledge to start making reading/listening to books part of my weekly routine.
I did it publicly, via this blog: http://gonen.blog/reading-books
Not every question is a tech interview question. Not every question is you on a tech conference panel.
There are lots of ideas out there in this world. We need ideas. Of course we need doers - people who step up and experiment and build these ideas.
For what it's worth, I generally discount mainstream career advice. It is normally out there to sell you something, rather than provide you actionable strategies for growth.
I am vastly unqualified to write on the goods and bads of investing in Ethereum.
I am writing this to write about immense FOMO (fear of missing out).
It happened again today.
I sat down and stared at my blank screen and could not think of a topic to write about.