This was asked on Quora and because I managed to totally screw things up for myself at the ages of 20, 22, 24, 29, 33, 37, and 40 I decided to answer.
Being a parent is like a bottomless pit of hope and sadness and frustration and humor. And other things I guess. I have no idea.
An imaginary tomorrow always seems to be better than today in my head.
When you shake it’s like you put your body in danger. So your brain turns off for a second. It’s actually easier to be yourself then.
The worst mistake I made in my first business is that we were profitable.
You don’t need to be leading anyone.
You can take that time you think you wasted doing something else and apply it to something that really appeals to you. Suddenly, all that experience enters into practice.
Bad ideas are actually great!
It’s not the universe’s fault this technique didn’t work.
Why “die” earlier than you have to?