Taking the path least travelled

October 18th, 2010

Ensures you get the most unique learnings.  Unique learnings that give you an advantage over your peers.

It also prepares you for anything that’s thrown your way.  Again moreso than your peers.

And it means if you have to repeat that path, you’ll do it faster and better the second time, providing another edge.

I’m not saying you should always do it but realise the importance, different is better (more often that you think).

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