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The Surprising Power of The Long Game - Shane Parrish
It's easy to overestimate the importance of luck on success and underestimate the importance of investing in success every single day. Too often, we convince ourselves that success was just luck. We tell ourselves, the school teacher that left millions was just lucky. No. She wasn't. She was just playing a different game than you were. She was playing the long game.
The long game isn't particularly notable and sometimes it's not even noticeable. It's boring. But when someone chooses to play the long game from an early age, the results can be extraordinary. The long game changes how you conduct your personal and business affairs.
There is an old saying that I think of often, but I'm not sure where it comes from: If you do what everyone else is doing, you shouldn't be surprised to get the same results everyone else is getting.

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