some of them are serious, some of them are silly. all of them are valuable. not ordered in any special way. learned = relearned = sharpened = blah
When you’re overthinking = write. When you’re anxious = walk. When you’re tired = sleep. When you’re sad = move
Having a different location to work from vs. live from is a game changer
The key to working through lulls is to keep moving. Get up, get out, go out. I like to end my day at the park
Someone finally/unironically called me “Sir/Ser” on CT, that was fun
How you do anything is how you do everything
Being busy isn’t a healthy response to “how are you” – cut it out of your vernacular
Your mindset should always come from a place of abundance, not from a place of competition
The Non Violent Communication framework is the most important tool in your toolkit.
It’s not an apology if the word “but” is in it
It’s only embarrassing if you’re embarrassed 🤷♀️
Direction > Speed. Doesn’t matter if you’re moving slow or fast, if you’re moving in the wrong direction, you are fucked
If it costs you your peace, it’s too expensive
Every game is a game of social influence. And most hard ‘tests’ are an exercise in storytelling
No is a complete sentence
Always normalize the vocabulary and introduce more precision by asking questions. This also shows you’re listening + synthesizing information
The answer isn’t “are you right vs. wrong” – the answer is always something people are either going to react strongly or weakly to
Finding mentorship in crypto is really, really hard
Being respected ≠ social clout/twitter clout
Focus on what is actionable. Anything other than that is noise 🗣 some guiding questions:
Can you simplify it?
Can you build + sell it?