Thriving in Twenty Years

Absolutely relate to Naval Rivikant’s comments to Tim Ferris:

I think the best way to prepare for the future 20 years is find something you love to do, to have a shot at being one of the best people in the world at it. Build an independent brand around it, with your name, not a company’s name her other peoples names around it. Try to make creative work, so you’ll stay interesting, stay ahead of the game. Anything that’s not a creative, society can replicate in the not painful value over time, so it’s always better to solve your problems and do new things, and get comfortable with working in the boom-bust fashion, where a couple of weeks at a time and we have a lot of work, then a couple of weeks at a time you’re on vacation.

Sounds about right. 😁

James R. Hull @jhull