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Fit yourself into the flow of the game

Fit yourself into the flow of the game Fit yourself into the flow of the game
Zen and the Art of Poker
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Most events have their own rhythm. You can try imposing your own rhythm on them, but usually this succeeds only for a short time. Unless you're very powerful (or very good), you ought to seek to join the situation and operate within its rules and terms instead of trying to change it or dominate it.

In fact, we might say that virtually everything that happens successfully in life happens because something "fit in" with something else. From the way men and women relate to a new guy joining the cave family to a bird riding on the back of a hippo in Africa to a new product on the market. This is a very deep underlying principle. Don't try to ignore it or go outside of it. Fit yourself into the flow.

The best way is to harmonize. Only the best ones are able to, can you ?

By nit1911qwerty | 15/06/2020

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