Foolish Champions

Champions win. They win because they are skilled and experienced enough to beat their opponent. They were not born with these skills and experiences. Champions all have an important attribute that sets them apart from those that never seem to beat them. Champions are bold enough to try and humble enough to look foolish in the attempt. The foolish attempt is crucial to building the bank of experience and skill necessary to pull ahead of those too chicken to try and look foolish. It’s all about the willingness to be bad at something so that you can discover the path to mastering the challenges that scare everyone else off. Who is the more foolish? The fool who tried and learned or the fool who didn’t try and never wins because of their silly pride?

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