I spent the majority of my time learning. Right now, the output of that learning is then deciding how to invest other people's money into tech companies.
Investing is a natural paradox. Not just the kind that I do; the practice of allocating a resource with the hope of generating a compounded outcome—it can be simultaneously learned for the first time and constantly reinvented. There is always an opportunity to wonder, "how could this be done differently?"
I occasionally write about people or organizations doing just that—thinking differently.