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September 24, 2015



Thanks for the reminder Rajiv.


This story is the question of balance: how much one should be prepared before taking on the challenge.
On one side of the specter is the character of this story who knew everything about theory of tennis, but never started to play.
On the other side of the specter is impressive long list of the US presidential candidates who have little or no knowledge about issues the POTUS has to know, but have no doubts jumping into the race.
Those who want to succeed do need to accumulate appropriate knowledge, but should not wait forever before jumping into the actions.


Another great tidbit of wisdom, thank you for sharing.

note from Oregonian friend

Excellent, gets the point across in few words.

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