How do you know what’s important to you?

How do you know what’s important to you?

Just look at your actions. Words are cheap. Only what you do counts, only what you do testifies about what is important to you.

Do all actions count? Talking, thinking, watching videos?

Only to a certain degree.

One of the people who have inspired me for many years is Werner Erhard, despite his many shortcomings.

What did he do?

He had hundreds of projects at different stages of development. Some were just ideas, others were ready to run on their own without much input from him.

What he did is this: he “injected” some energy, with some action, into each of them, at least a few times a week.

Tiny actions. None taking longer than two minutes of his time.

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