Like any other project, you need to start with a basic idea where you’re trying to go.
When I’m honest about my answers and follow their direction, I end up doing work that I care about.
Try to find a role that is largely focused on tasks that are not easy to automate.
It is critical to never go to your “boss” with a “problem” without a “solution.”
Behaviors we label as “lazy” usually stem from a complex set of root causes.
You need to shift your focus away from yourself and onto those around you.
For-profit enterprises are often more sustainable in the long run, and able to scale more quickly.
It’s a different skill set than you might think.
You need to have believers in your network who will give you the capital to get started.
The ideal plan is to try out different strategies, and then focus on the ones which work the best for you.