I want to hear more about optimal time investing
The concepts still need work but the gist is essentially a broader scoping and interpretation of the 1:10:100 rule mentioned
You’re a start-up following a north star metric (will refer to as pole star to avoid confusion).
You’ve got 1 year of runway left in your cash.
How do you optimize for excelling at your execution?
From a “distance traveled” analogy, we can consider this with different modes of transportation:
Now what if the car only can drive north, but you realize your pole star has shifted to south-east. Now you’re back to square 1 and need to figure out what’s next.
(analogous to investing time/energy into a platform that customers didn’t want - and can’t be reused)
What this concept is still missing: