“You can be fast and erratic or slow and steady.”
“You can have a small remote team, but it won’t work with more than five employees.”
“You can think quick and shallow or long and deep thought.”
The world is full of these common dichotomies and life lessons. Some are true and valuable, but many aren’t. Accepting them can close down real possibilities.
These lessons apply to certain people in certain situations. You need to figure out if they are true for you. You need to figure out what the trade-offs are in your own life.
Don’t take common wisdom on faith. Don’t accept that you can either have this or that. See if you can have both.
In this episode:
- Not accepting common wisdom on faith
- Running a remote company
- How to approach dichotomies
- Finding out the trade-offs in your own life