An Alternative to Complexity

The best time to experiment in the kitchen is when you don’t have 11 guests coming for dinner in three hours.

Or, at the very least, be sure to have some decent frozen pizzas on hand, just in case.

We often sign ourselves up for long, involved entanglements, and a good thing, too, because they can enable us to produce real value.

But our promises matter, and there’s no need to raise the stakes at the same time that we’re figuring things out.

Professionals leave themselves an out.

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