Disparaging Success

A narrative that reasons that consistent winners only win because they cheat categorizes any action that isn’t done by the less successful as clearly immoral. Those actions can be disparaged because they are correlated with the elusive success others seem to obtain. The success the cheaters experience also becomes immoral and the bar is lowered to a “morally sound” level. What will a team do when they begin to experience the same success they disparaged when they weren’t as successful?

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