Being good at something requires being good at lots of things.
In a way, being good at anything is a skill in itself. That meta-skill turned out to be my biggest passion ever since I've figured out there was a pattern in it.
That could have been a lovely preamble to an article. But it also reveals an important property that I possess.
I enjoy collecting dots and connecting them in unexpected ways.
Some topics that are of exceptional interest to me (in no particular order):
- How can we make better software writing less code, faster and cheaper?
- How can one solve a problem by design, insread of using patchwork-driven approaches?
- Design effectiveness.
- Is there a pattern in making a rational decision?
- Objectivism and everything Ayn Rand.
- Strength training and longevity.
- Quick feedback loops.
- Convexity, asymmetry, optionality (Taleb).
- Writing, especially for selling purposes (even though I suck at it, for now).
- Non-zero-sum games.
- Maximising potential in the context of randomness.
- Bootstrapping successful side projects and indie hacking.
As you can see, my mind is quite busy. Imagine the mess up there! 😂
Anyway, here is what would've been written on my business card if I ever had any:
Business cards are boring, aren’t they?
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