“He finds that forcing himself to do something or defining a specific goal — even for something he enjoys — never works. It’s particularly difficult for him to move his attention from one thing to another. ‘I think intention and willpower … are highly overrated … You rarely achieve anything with those things.'” June Huh dropped out to become a poet. Then he got into math. Now He’s Won a Fields Medal. (I know there’s a lesson here somewhere. But I’m just gonna chill until it comes to me.)