I don't ever want to retire. Instead, I want to have an eighty-year career, one where I get to build upon a lifetime of experience and resources to move the needle on some of the messiest problems we face.
Learn things that are harder than what you already know, not just what is adjacent.
Nobody gets rich from a salary. Aggressive statement; it warrants some definitions. A salary, broadly speaking, is compensation for your labor — for your input into the machination of a company. The same is true for a hourly wage, except the relationship is more obvious there. People join companies to magnify their efforts — to... Continue Reading →
Look at a company's trajectory, potential, and amount of sustained damage when deciding between work opportunities