Your relentless pursuit of success is a lot like trying to hunt a wild animal.
To pull it off, you have to know when to be aggressive – and when to be stealthy.
Your prey, success, is smart and elusive. It’s skilled in dodging people like you and me whose goal is to catch it, tame it, and keep it as a pet.
Eventually, if you have a smart strategy – and a ton of intestinal fortitude – the planets will align and you might just catch success by the tail.
But even after it’s caught, success retains it feral instincts. It plays possum. It temporarily bends to your will, letting you think you’ve decoded all its secrets.
Over time, you begin to believe that you’ve mastered it – which is exactly what it wants you to think.