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Short Read: How to find your game
Jakob Greenfeld | 3 minutes
As I’ve argued before, you have to pick your game before you can start winning.
But that’s of course easier said than done.
How do you actually find out which game is the right one for you?
The most common approach is to just try whatever sparks your attention; oftentimes everything at the same time.
This is quite obviously a recipe for failure.
A system is only as strong as its weakest point.
Focus on the bottleneck.
- David Perell, 50 Ideas That Changed My Life
The gist of Structured Procrastination is that you should never fight the tendency to procrastinate—instead, you should use it to your advantage in order to get other things done.
- Marc Andreessen, Guide to Personal Productivity