… soon. Today. Now.
I spent a little bit of time with a younger gentleman and our topic of conversation was coding bootcamps and whether or not to drop out of university and do one of those full-time.
Now, of course, I have a little bit of experience with those types of institutions…
As far as my career goes… I’ve always looked for opportunities that attempt to satiate my desire to learn new things, to explore areas of work that I’ve never quite encountered.
The singular goal that my best friend and I had when we began thinking holistically about our children and their education is that we ultimately cared most that they would love learning.
The hours become days that become weeks that become months… that, I suppose, eventually become years.
When you’re building a company things change. Time changes. The way I interpret and understand and experience time… changes.
In Christianity and the study of the scriptures there is this concept called progressive revelation wherein the reality of truths that are originally shared earlier in the scriptures are revealed to be more clear, more full in their understanding later.
In other words, what was once hinted at or barely even intimated or implied is later seen to be concretely understood and fully realized.
Every baffled new parent goes searching for answers in baby manuals. But what they really offer is the reassuring fantasy that life’s most difficult questions have one right answer.
Sad… but true. Even as we walk through our 3rd newborn… Google is just a few clicks away to answer every burning question that we might have.
The variations used in this scene are amazing to watch: