Don't get too familiar with success!

The weakness of a competitor forms part of your own strength ... that's a real truth, I can say of a fact!!

A not far fetched experience I had was on a table tennis game recently.

Mr. Osas: "Your game eh, kai!"

Me: "I'm here to frustrate you and not the other way!"

You must note this please, there was never a more important time in history than right now to grow eyes in the back of your head.

As they say, "becoming number one is easier than remaining number one."

Mr. Osas won the first round, but couldn't sustain his victory and I won the second round.

The secret is simple, never stop learning from your competition and take note of the chinks in their armour.

What Mr. Osas forgot is that; in a game of two persons, if you're not first, you're last.

I avoided his strengths and found his greatest weakness as my key element to success, and I won him!!

Take it for free, in a noisy world like ours, you have to be creative to stand out and make a lasting impact.

Mr. Osas was complacent and satisfied with his moderate ability on the game of table tennis.

The early lead he had on the game, made him more vulnerable to fall prey.

Rod Laver penned, "the time your game is most vulnerable is when you're ahead."

My advice: Never let up! In rock climbing, once it's accomplished you need to find another source of motivation.

After all, you need to survive the climb down the other side.

PS: Don't gets too familiar with success!!

Hear the words of Dave Trott: "Creativity may well be the last legal unfair competitive advantage we can take to run over the competition."

Hope this makes sense?

If you use you brain, you will use less of your muscles.

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