Getting Things Done
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What you'll wish you'd known
It's hard to decide what job you want
You don't learn in high school waht to do with your life
Work forward from promising situations rather than working backwards from a goal: this ensures that you're using your time efficiently!
'Stay upwind' -> 'work on hard problems'. Treat school like a day job, work at your passions at night. You're wasting far too much time agonizing and procrastinating anyways.
Start working despite not feeling like it
'Screw it, let's do it'
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how to do hard things
find something similar to the hard thing but easy
modify the easy thing to have exacly one thing that is hard
do modified thing until it is no longer hard
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