I have a set of principles. One of the big ones is to ‘always forgive someone the first time they make a mistake’. In this post, I want to elaborate on this, as well as give some thoughts on punishment and forgiveness more generally.
Tag Archives: entrepreneurship
Building a Startup with Anxiety
After I started my company and began building products, a curious thought appeared in my mind. Is building a startup while having high anxiety even possible?
Emotional Equivalent Salary
We all know money is relative. A thousand dollars in Montana is going to do you a lot better than a thousand dollars in Manhattan. But here’s a question: is it not just relative location-wise, but emotion-wise as well?
In order for startups to thrive, they must quickly accumulate monopoly positions in massive emerging markets. But what if you aren’t a startup? What if… you’re just a person?
Everything You Do Sucks
Everything you do sucks. So why worry so much about it?