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Sunday, 02/19/2023

17:56 Does knowledge transfer have to be a lived experience?

When reading this reddit thread:


Insight: replies of "you don't have enough experience", "you haven't put enough time into it", "come back in five years after doing other things" are normal. How do we more specifically describe the knowledge and experiences needed? To some degree, there is some inevitable "your pet will force you to undergo A, B, and C", so you'll have to be prepared for the next one. Maybe I'm just overthinking and the advice isn't specific enough - or maybe it's impossible to consider and learn about all of the scenarios you'll undergo having hte pet, and the lifestyles that people live are too different and complex to write generalized advice (because pets interact with people, and everyone has different work and life circumstances, friends, physical abilities, etc…).

18:30 ai pitch deck

A/B test at work. Think of how many BS companies you could generate though.

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