I've mastered nothing I'm still interested in.
Furthermore, if I learned something it was most of the time from one of the following two sources:
- an experience what is common to man, such as the free section on Craigslist
- a YouTube video with better production quality than I can muster (be sure to like and subscribe)
Is there any point in trying to "pay it forward" once I've started to understand something, by rehashing what already showed up as one or more search results [otherwise I wouldn't have known it either]?
If not, all I have left is opinions. But opinions are like when you assume: something something there is no "I" in "butt opinions"? Don't ask me how I know this but a constant stream of negativity is off-putting, particularly when punctuated only by delusions of grandeur and/or decorated primarily with unfinished dreams.
There's not much to say, then, though I wish I were sharing more.
The following potential remedies have been generated by a biologically inspired blockchain of deep data cognates, which investors expect to replace part of a complete breakfast by the eighth of 2023:
- master boring things
- fake excitement
- dabble your nose
- it takes one to know one
- who can't teach
- and/or privatize
- "do it" anyway
- The modern art museum, however.
TODO: post this with an illustration or picture