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No. 1 mistake: Spending too much time rushing and not enough time on strategy and research
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I want to invent something cool.
Zilok, Factual, Academia.edu
Frustrating is being so busy and not having time to go deep on anything.
Rewarding is seeing your creation add value.
Spending too much time rushing and not enough time thinking strategically and researching
1. Things are never as serious or important as they feel at the time
2. Deal with important and difficult issues as they arise
3. Slowing down and doing research is more productive than racing around without direction
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