Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher quotes on experience

Unemployed. Built @visualizevalue, building @value.

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We don’t start because we’re not good enough, we’re not good enough because we don’t start.

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The price of being really good at something is being really bad at lots of other things.

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Sell time to buy experience. Sell experience to buy time.

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Trade time for experience. Trade experience for money. Trade money for time.

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Hard work buys experience, smart work buys time.

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Sell time, buy experience. Sell experience, buy time.

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Step 1. Get really good at something. Step 2. Add leverage.

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It’s a beautiful day to package your experience into an asset that works without you.

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Work hard to earn experience. Work smart to sell experience.

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Most people sell their expertise to the market indirectly by selling their time to a business they don't own. Build products and cut out the middle man.

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How to divorce your time and income: 1. Build something you can sell twice. 2. Get really good at selling it.

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Transfer your expertise into assets that work without you.

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Diversify to build experience, specialize to scale.

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It's a beautiful day to turn your experience into assets that can help others.

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Mastery is saying no to almost everything.

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Use time to buy experience. Use experience to make product. Use product to buy time.

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Hard work is how you earn experience. Smart work is how you deploy experience.

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Your ideas are valuable. Your success is valuable. Your failure is valuable. Your process is valuable. Your experience is valuable.

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To save energy, build systems that store energy. Convert experience into media. Convert processes into products. Convert results into reputation.

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It’s a beautiful day to package and promote your expertise.

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Everyone wants to productize their experience, no one wants to painstakingly acquire experience worth productizing.

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Good decisions pay in cash. Bad decisions pay in experience.

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Use your experience to create value. Use your internet connection to create margin.

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The faster you can master it, the more worthless it is.

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You don't have to become an expert to start. You do have to start to become an expert.

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Getting started is easier than you think. Getting good is harder than you think.

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Use the internet to multiply your capability.

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Aspiring entrepreneurs: If you don't have experience solving problems on your own, join a team that does. A spot on a team (a job) gives you exposure to problems while limiting your downside. Get paid to make mistakes on someone else's dime first.

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Experience is a truth filter.

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Combine your competence with your curiosity.

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Invest time to create expertise. Invest expertise to create time.

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Mastery requires modesty.

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Trade energy for experience.

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