It only takes one: Do less, think more

The most impactful people are often defined by one great idea.

Einstein, for example, had a long career but is known especially for relativity. Marie Curie for radioactivity. Herb Simon for bounded rationality.

Some people are especially famous for being prolific, of course — e.g., Paul Erdos — but I find conversations about these people often tend to focus more on how…

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Assistant Professor of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. Ph.D. from CMU HCII. HCI, Security, Data Science.

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Sauvik Das

Sauvik Das

Assistant Professor of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. Ph.D. from CMU HCII. HCI, Security, Data Science.

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