A Twitter thread by Naval.

Learn from times iterated over time spent.

Craft a thousand tweets before ten blog posts before one novel.

Skim a dozen books before absorbing one.

Make many small investments before a few big bets.

Build many small products before starting a company.

Explore, then exploit.

The compound interest from many quick small iterations is greater than the compound interest from a few slow big iterations. Compound interest operates in most intellectual and social domains.

Intellectual and social domains tend towards nonlinear outcomes. It's more important to find nonlinear upside than it is to try and improve an existing linear situation.