At critical moments, it is our instincts that count most. It is not intellectual learning that creates mastery, but physical learning from practice. You cannot master a hole -in -one by reading books on golf. It is financial fitness (by mastering the game), not financial literacy (by mastering the rules) that defines your success. Otherwise, the best golfers would be course marshals.
As Warren Buffet said, “If past history was all there was to the game, the richest people would be librarians.”
When we are NOT following our true path, it feels like hard work. Not only do we miss critical moments, they seem few and far between. That’s the clue that tells us to change our path. If it feels like hard work, you’re already doing the wrong thing.
When you follow your path, the game comes naturally. The longer we play the game, the better we master it. The better we master it, the more we multiply our critical moments – in the same way, that sports people in flow suddenly find multiple scoring opportunities.
In the words of many an entrepreneur “Money is never the big motivator … apart from being a way to keep score. The real excitement is in playing the game”
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