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“Go big, because we all go home.”

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“Good platforms are invisible.”

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“I went looking for truth and all I found was love.

I went looking for love and all I found was truth.”

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“If you always tell the truth, you won’t have to rehearse what you’re going to say.”

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“If you think the AI is sentient, you just failed the Turing Test from the other side.”

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“If your title matters to you, you don’t belong at a startup.”

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“It takes time to develop your gut, but once it’s developed, don’t listen to anything else.”

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“It’s not 10,000 hours, it’s 10,000 iterations.”

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“Just as Instagram makes people look better than they are, Twitter makes them seem smarter than they are.”

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“Leave everything better than you found it.”

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“Most of the time, the mind is just mud wrestling with itself.”

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“Never attribute to conspiracy what is more easily explained by incentives and incompetence.”

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“Panic led to lockdowns. Lockdowns led to fiscal stimulus. Stimulus led to inflation. Inflation led to monetary tightening. Tightening leads to recession.

The panic wasn’t free – and the bill is coming due.”

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“Someday, not being proficient with computers will be considered a form of illiteracy.”

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“The best analogy that I‘ve found for AI is that it’s like a calculator for reading and writing.”

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“The modern world is managed by bureaucracies staffed with average people. Bureaucrats pile on rule after rule to keep the below-average from hurting themselves or others.

Smart and capable individuals need to either opt-out of society or win big before the system suffocates them.”

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“The complexity and freedom that have been thrust upon us, and that our ancestors had fought so hard to achieve, are a challenge we must find ways to master.

If we do, the lives of our descendants will be infinitely more enriched than anything previously experienced on this planet. If we do not, we run the risk of frittering away our energies on contradictory, meaningless goals.

But in the meantime how do we know where to invest psychic energy? There is no one out there to tell us, “Here is a goal worth spending your life on.” Because there is no absolute certainty to which to turn, each person must discover ultimate purpose on his or her own.

Through trial and error, through intense cultivation, we can straighten out the tangled skein of conflicting goals, and choose the one that will give purpose to action. Self-knowledge — an ancient remedy so old that its value is easily forgotten — is the process through which one may organize conflicting options.

“Know thyself” was carved over the entrance to the Delphic oracle, and ever since untold pious epigrams have extolled its virtue. The reason the advice is so often repeated is that it works.

We need, however, to rediscover afresh every generation what these words mean, what the advice actually implies for each individual. And to do that it is useful to express it in terms of current knowledge, and envision a contemporary method for its application.”


More quotes by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

“The more easily you get offended, the less intelligent you actually are.”

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“The worst paying jobs are the ones that make you do the same thing over and over.”

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“You don’t need mentors, you need action.”

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“Your worldview is your world.”

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