How to Be Prolific

“Knowledge is a fixed cost. If you want to increase your output, without increasing costs, work on investing in the fixed-costs to making stuff.”

If you’ve ever wondered how some people are able to create a huge volume of work while maintaining high quality, this may be the answer.

Scott H. Young breaks down how to be prolific including to create a vocabulary for your work, make failure cost less, and master the atomic skills of producing stuff.

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