´ Unknown Rewards -
July 22, 2015

Often we are only encouraged to do things if there is a clear process and reward. You cannot do karaoke, unless you can sing. You shouldn’t paint unless there’s a chance you get into art school. Language learning is a waste of time unless it’s English, Spanish or Mandarin.

And if we dare to do any such thing without a clear endgoal in mind, at least the process should be clear.

Why go after unknown rewards if chasing after the straight-forward stuff is time consuming enough? Why risk wasting your time, exploring an area where there are no hidden gems?


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