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You Suck

Edited: March 15, 2021 (v0.0.1)

Typically, you suck at something because you truly are bad at what you’re doing (i.e., your q-factor is low) or you’re learning how to do what you’re doing. In this latter situation, remember to not be too hard on yourself: you’re learning, which means you suck at what you’re doing, at least for now.

It sucks to suck. But growing is a commendable, brave thing to do. There is never a good time to grow, so you should try your best to always find something new to suck at.

Growing comes in incremental, discrete quantities, which usually always mean there is reward not too far off in the future. Embrace a growth mindset, embrace the suck, and you’ll find what you’re looking for.