I talked to a (then) college student once by phone, offering him 10 minutes of my time to answer any questions he had about entrepreneurship or creating content and the rest. The student was a friend of a friend whom I’d agreed to do a favor for.
The student was well prepared for the occasion. As I talked to him, I could tell that he’d written down all his questions ahead of time. His questions were rather shallow and basic (what’s something you would tell your younger self?), but the thing I most remember about the conversation, though, was how much this student thought he knew.
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