Stay Uncomfortable. Stay Hungry.

Joshua makes some very good points on contentment and how that effects your drive and hunger.


Without hunger you have no opinions, no substance, no soul. I realize now why the great minds of history always appear ‘mad’ or ‘angry’ — they were hungry. Hungry for change and improvement.

If you are content; you become stagnant, less aggressive, and make careless mistakes. He closes with “Stay unsettled. Keep it uncomfortable,” which reminds me of “Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” from the late Steve Jobs.