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Buster Benson

Product Manager, Slack.

Has a unique way of tracking his beliefs, perceptions, opinions, and predictions about life.

Thinks tracking things can help you find the meaning in the them.

“You should completely ignore the results. Anything you do, you should do for the work – it’s what makes it worth doing.”

Believes free writing is better than meditation because it includes solid grips on slippery thoughts.

Created the Death Bed Game, a mindset where you give yourself one point for every time you do something that counteracts the most common regrets of the dying.

“The flaws are what make the thing valuable.”

Believes most people get too attached to the results of their projects and that ultimately makes them counterproductive.

Believes habits are not tiny, they’re large and that people often underestimate what it takes to create a habit.

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