Remember watching it earlier but sharing with you all with some edits/commentary, sure that a bunch of ya'll will find it useful👇
• Hone your craft constantly - study history. Know the pioneers. Can’t always be the smartest or the brightest - but you can be the most knowledgable
• Develop mentors in your field. Obsessively learn from them. Get them interested in your own development. Share feedback on how you applied what they told you.
• Always give the majority of credit to the other people who helped you up along the way.
• Lastly, you’ve got to pay it all back. That’s when you become a mentor.
Do check out the whole video and @JamesClear's notes as well, here👇