Success Versus Mastery

Transformation, Cheat Codes, and the Long Game

Tyler Kleeberger
Mar 31 · 11 min read

I’d like to explore a simple question:

Is change possible without the process that appears to be innate to transformation?

Contents:

Metaphors to Define Success and Mastery — [Gardens, Candy, and Video Games]

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The Short-Game Versus the Long-Game

What I am attempting to articulate is that the means to the outcome produce the outcome.

You Have to Make a Deal

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Tyler Kleeberger

Written by

Pursuing what it means to be human so as to build the best world possible. Practical ethics through in-depth exploration. Becoming Human: tylerkleeberger.com.

Becoming | Human

Becoming Human is about exploring the world — whether philosophy, psychology, sociology, or any field available — to better live in it. The goal is ethics through learning.

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