The other day, I made an argument about why you should only chase one shiny object at a time.
My point was that when you pursue too many business ideas, you end up succeeding only partially at any of them… if you’re lucky.
And while that’s true from my experience, I think there’s an important distinction to make: tinkering.
My entire life, I’ve been a tinkerer. Mostly as it relates to technology.
It’s this curiosity and explorative nature that led to the career I have today.
Some 20+ years later, I still find myself tinkering with technology and getting a lot of benefit from it.
These days, I explore everything from web3 to photography, video and audio production, web development, new software, hardware devices, and a lot more.
I’m not yet sure what benefits these explorations will have yet, but I do know it will lead somewhere. It always has.
But when it comes to the business ideas you decide to run with, choose wisely. Build one thing at a time.
Not because it’s a forever decision, but because you don’t go far without focus.