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What I’ve learnt is that there’s a very thin line between talent and skill. It’s impossible difficult — if not impossible — to distinguish the two.
“I have often wondered how it is that every man loves himself more than all the rest of men, but yet sets less value on his own opinions of himself than on the opinions of others.” — Marcus Aurelius
Much of what we do stems from our primal need to be liked and accepted by others. Disapproval from our social group had serious repercussions in the past. It would have likely mean…
…gs like astrology and tarot card reading that we know are bunk now sounded really good in the past. Just because something sounds like it works doesn’t necessarily mean that it does work.
My short read: How to Write a Book will teach you — well — how to write a book. For the price of a year at Princeton, you can buy 15,050 copies »
“The actual race is just another step in a pattern that started earlier that day and has been nothing but victories. Winning is a natural extension.”