I've realized that I can’t delegate too much time on tasks that won't give me leverage.
One of my objectives throughout my 20s is to learn as much as I can.
How can I learn everything when the mind can only handle so much?
You can't and you shouldn't.
We have an infinite amount of knowledge.
One can only imagine understanding everything that exists within this world.
You should prioritize where you think you would learn the most that's practical for real-life situations.
"Play long term games with long term people" - Naval
This topic leads to progress.
You don't need to know everything to continue moving forward.
In fact, humanity has never progressed with complete data.
That means you shouldn't either.
For example, people can progress with a strong conviction that they can change the world.
It's the belief, prioritization, and other contributing factors that matter. It's not always factual data.
It's really easy to say that you should prioritize and believe in what you do, but it's much harder to execute.
I often overthink as well, knowing that execution would play a huge role towards my achievements.
We all get caught up in trying to do everything at once.
However, that's when the pressure, anxiety, burnout, and stress begin to creep in.
So, If there was one takeaway to always remember...
Focus and prioritize on tasks that get you where you want to be, no matter what anyone else says.
Compounding interest is crucial in life. Play the long-term game.