Philip Guo’s Advice


I came across Philip Guo’s website, and found some fresh thoughts.


“The rare and gifted few who are truly at the top of their field (and command the most respect from me) have a zen-like calm and humility and aren’t afraid to ask the simplest of questions or to talk in a way that others might interpret as naive, because deep down they are absolutely confident in their abilities and limitations”


“The main purpose of education is to strengthen your mind so that you can perform better in the sport of life.”


“Only outsource tasks (e.g., programming jobs) that you confidently understand so that you can easily evaluate how good of a job your contractor did in completing your task; otherwise you might get screwed over with a crappy end-product and not know how or why it sucks.”


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