Personal Growth is Not Hoarding Knowledge

Personal growth is about figuring things out and gaining experience, not hoarding knowledge. An attitude that promotes discovering the new and the valuable is far more important. Thus, your tactics and strategy should always be changing and evolving. Adopt fresh tactics regularly to replace your old ones. Today is more important than yesterday.

What's yours is not the new technique, but rather the effort that goes into unearthing it. Knowing what's needed to make those discoveries will allow you to perpetually keep winning. The ability to make new discoveries is far more important than the techniques discovered. Once you realize that, no amount of imitation will bother you.


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 The Will to Keep Winning
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Umehara, Daigo (2016), The Will to Keep Winning, Retrieved on 2021-11-18
Folksonomies: self improvement