Jan 6Liked by Julio Froment

Everything you learn from your experiences lay out the guidelines for your future work and unlike rules, guidelines can be adjusted, added or removed.

Beware of sunken cost fallacy, where you keep working on something in the same one dimensional trajectory because you feel like you've invested a lot of time. Try to change the work or the dimension.

"One of the trait in highly creative people are that they are ready to start over and don't care about the lost progress"

-Naval Ravikant.

Authors scrap of 10s of drafts before writing the finalised draft to be edited. They write the new draft with a beginner's mindset with the data from the previous drafts filled in their brain.

Have a nice weekend ahead Julio.

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