…flecting a lot on the kind of life I wanted to live, and the kind of contribution I wanted to make. I was almost afraid to do anything because I thought everything can have a negative impact. I thought about living a self-sufficient life — just in a simple house growing my own vegetables. But then I kind of had too much energy for that and wanted to have an impact.
Do something about the “holes”. Cutting corners creates gaps. We rationalize cutting corners to learn earlier, deliver earlier, and make money earlier. The problem (as we learn in Tetris) is that the gaps add up and add psychic drag on teams and eventually cause collapse.