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I like putting myself in uncomfortable learning situations

I think that's a really great way to do it, as long as you're still having fun :-)

I have to say, I've really enjoyed the 6 weeks of doing this so far. And I've found the one-week pace to be about right to keep things fresh, though in the beginning it may seem like too little time. That's okay, we just do the best we can. I think that's one of the advantages of doing random companies: when it's a company you own or are seriously considering for your portfolio, there's a pressure to do a really complete and top-quality analysis. But with these random companies, you just do the best you can and be satisfied ending up wherever you end up knowing that, over time, you'll be improving.

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