This is a quote from Tim Ferriss from a January interview with 37 Signals. I like the guy, but in small doses. The part that intrigues me about him is that he challenges himself and tries to do things that really matter to him. Things that others are often too timid to admit to wanting or even attempting.
What’s your life going to look like in two, three, five years if you continue to do what you’re doing?
If your job is mediocre, sit down and do an exercise on paper to really run through what your life is going to look like in two, three, five years if you continue to do what you’re doing. What options are you going to have?Tim Ferriss
I’m sick and tired of hearing about how you should be producing “content” to attract a web following. Treating content as a category on its own is missing the point entirely. Nobody cares about content. Nobody wakes up in the morning and thinks, hey, I should read some content today.
What people want is opinions, analysis, techniques, experiences, and insights.
via 37 Signals
I probably should have added an opinion or some insights to this article, but I think it just does just fine on its own.