"In the land of the blind青花瓷化学版 , the one-eyed man isKing".
I trust you are well. And yes何美璇 , it’s been a while李欣彤 ! Ibasically skipped a month on these Balcony Time posts. But I have plenty in thepipeline and will catch up over the summer.
This month I want to combine a couple of points fromtwo learning resources I’ve encountered over the last few years. The underlyingtheme is that in order to really thrive you don’t need to be vastly better thaneveryone else. You just need to be a little bit better. Even 1% better,姚启凤over time刘婉莹 , can make an enormous difference.
Think about it:
- An Olympic gold medalist can win by a fraction of asecond in sprinting or swimming and reap all the rewards. No one recalls whocame second,仙途凡路 yet the entire field are world class and only the gold medalistgets all the endorsements.
- Just 1.4% of tree species in the Amazon rainforestaccount for over 50% of trees because they catch a little more sun and grow tothe top of the rainforest and dominant the canopy.**
- You can lose an election by a few hundred votes andget nothing. Think Al Gore.
So what’s the point边防风暴 ?
From a career perspective don’t get too daunted by aperception that you are not better than someone else or that you can’t closethe gap. Often洋虫 , someone else may be a fraction better – or perceived tobe – and that can be all the difference.
So focus on a different concept of 1%. Get 1% betterevery week and you’ll pull your nose in front and grab the sunlight. Said adifferent way最慧学 , even though you may have deficiencies字节社, keep in mind thefollowing quote:
"In the land of the blind反芭比 , the one-eyed man isKing".
Lean in. Develop yourself over a sustained period.Reap the rewards.
Be well and followushere