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The Technium: 99 Additional Bits of Unsolicited Advice

The Technium: 99 Additional Bits of Unsolicited Advice

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• That thing that made you weird as a kid could make you great as an adult — if you don’t lose it.

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• If you have any doubt at all about being able to carry a load in one trip, do yourself a huge favor and make two trips.

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• It’s not an apology if it comes with an excuse. It is not a compliment if it comes with a request.

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• If something fails where you thought it would fail, that is not a failure.

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• The greatest rewards come from working on something that nobody has a name for. If you possibly can, work where there are no words for what you do.

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• Don’t create things to make money; make money so you can create things. The reward for good work is more work.

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• The foundation of maturity: Just because it’s not your fault doesn’t mean it’s not your responsibility.

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• Being wise means having more questions than answers.

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• Compliment people behind their back. It’ll come back to you.

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• Most overnight successes — in fact any significant successes — take at least 5 years. Budget your life accordingly.

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• You are only as young as the last time you changed your mind.

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• Your best response to an insult is “You’re probably right.” Often they are.

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• The worst evils in history have always been committed by those who truly believed they were combating evil. Beware of combating evil.

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• If you can avoid seeking approval of others, your power is limitless.

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• When a child asks an endless string of “why?” questions, the smartest reply is, “I don’t know, what do you think?”

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• To be wealthy, accumulate all those things that money can’t buy.

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