I've learned that it's probably optimal to strive for the most high-earning high-productivity career you can accomplish and donate your extra income to effective altruism and that I'm not going to go and try to do that.

There are other things to optimize, and Less Wrong would cheerfully endorse your optimizing for some combination of:

  • happiness
  • fun
  • production/creation that focuses on your comparative advantages

Someone needs to do those things that the high-earning people are paying for, and if you don't think you'd be happy with an earnings-optimized career, you might be that person.

How has lesswrong changed your life?

by mstevens 1 min read31st Mar 201557 comments

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I've been wondering what effect joining lesswrong and reading the sequences has on people.

How has lesswrong changed your life?

What have you done differently?

What have you done?