How You Use Your TimeSomething I wish someone told me earlier: spend your time on things that you can learn from, things that make you happy, and things that…
Something I wish someone told me earlier: spend your time on things that you can learn from, things that make you happy, and things that really help others. All else is for naught.
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I run into the entrepreneur’s dilemma all of the time. I try to be the jack of all trades and end up as master of none. In high school, I was in six clubs. Here in college, I have made a similar mistake — doing things across the board. It’s not that I do not want to be involved: I really like being busy (that may be one of the problems), but I have spread myself too thin. I do not love doing or learn a lot from every groups I am a part of. I am dedicating my time (and lots of it) to things that are not worth it.
Second Semester Freshman.
Involved in: Delta Sigma Pi, Computer Comfort, Y’s Thoughts, Arch Consulting, WUTE VC Panels, Cultivation Capital, TOMO, 16.5 Credits of School.
AND — I want to do more.
Everyone wants to do more. It takes a certain type of person to say YES to so many challenges. It’s not an easy way of doing things.
But it takes another type of person to say NO because he knows that their time is better/more optimally spent, elsewhere. That is my goal: say NO to things that do not make me/others better off.
I want to be a part of things that get me up early in the morning.
Over the next year, I want to find the two or three things that I really love to do.
What gets you up in the morning?
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By jordangonen on February 27, 2016.
Exported from Medium on February 17, 2018.