Learning in Ways That Don’t Scale

Why you shouldn’t always seek out balance

“Do things that don’t scale” — Reid Hoffman

Chances are that you’ve come across someone on social media talking about their latest crack at an ambitious challenge, goal, or experiment. It’s pretty common, at least in my little bubble.

I think we can all agree that, to an extent, this is a good thing. It’s become standard practice to set goals, track your…

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Product at Metabase. Previously growth at Hugo and data science at Squarespace. Writing here now: https://www.conordewey.com

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Conor Dewey

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Product at Metabase. Previously growth at Hugo and data science at Squarespace. Writing here now: https://www.conordewey.com

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