Make the pursuit of curiosity your metric for success
David Kadavy

Nice and refreshing reading. Lately when I look at a problem or daydream to be great at something, I give my baby self a big hug, tell myself that my past is gone and my resume talks about a dead person, and listen to Richard Feinman telling me “what do you care about what people think” who cares if I am good at what is fun to do

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