Thoughts

“Find Your Passion”

Kevin Kelly:

Don’t try to find your passion. Instead master some skill, interest, or knowledge that others find valuable. It almost doesn’t matter what it is at the start. You don’t have to love it, you just have to be the best at it. Once you master it, you’ll be rewarded with new opportunities that will allow you to move away from tasks you dislike and toward those that you enjoy. If you continue to optimise your mastery, you’ll eventually arrive at your passion.

It’s easy to love something when you’re good at it.

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Tools, VIM

Git Commit Weirdness

Sometimes when we pull from upstream origin in terminal, we see git prompting to enter vim. And if we left it hanging there and went ahead committing somewhere else, it would treat all those changes in master as your own contribution, because merge didn’t happen before commit.

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