Tiffany's Epiphanies: Don't Solve Problems Too Early

It's good to prepare for the future, but the truth is you can never be 100 percent sure what the future will hold. You might be solving problems before they're an actual problem (and wasting your highly valued time). Most recently, I spent two hours drafting FAQs I assumed I would receive after launching The Cru, but the majority of the women who joined didn't ask a single question. Engineers call this "premature optimization," but it's good advice for every part of your life.