How to pace yourself
The danger of pursuing many good projects is not having the time to pursue many great projects.
A rule of thumb: Move slowly when choosing what to focus on. But move quickly once you've decided.
Move slow then fast.
"It's not that I'm so smart. It's just that I stay with problems longer."
Bloggers who post frequently (say, twice weekly) are rarely worth reading consistently.
I read for insights. And no author can generate profound insights on a fixed schedule.
I seek writers who write a lot but publish a little. When they post, they truly have something to say.
(I noticed this after spotting my favorite bloggers—including Paul Graham, Angela Jiang, and Derek Sivers—post erratically while the newsletter and mainstream writers I often regret reading are posting weekly.)