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Value Your Time

From The Almanack of Naval Ravikant, by Eric Jorgsen:

Value your time at an hourly rate, and ruthlessly spend to save time at that rate. You will never be worth more than you think you’re worth.

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Someone cares

Seth Godin, Who cares:

No one cares. That happens rarely.

Someone cares. That happens all the time, and it’s at the heart of our work.

Everyone cares. Almost never.

Someone is enough. In fact, someone is the entire point.

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Who is credible and who is not

Shane Parrish interviewing Gary Klein in The Knowledge Project Podcast, #144:

How do we identify the difference between people who know what they’re talking about and not? And to this point, one of the most important decisions I think that we make, and we don’t even recognize that we’re making a decision, is who we listen to and who we decide is credible and who we decide is not credible. And we don’t recognize that we’re making a decision in that moment, but how do we sort out who is credible and who’s not? Or who knows what’re about, or who’s faking it?

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