Phantom Trophies

The past is not necessarily a precedent for future actions. It fails to take into consideration change: change in technology, change in rules, change in the way your customers or fans follow you.

The past is what you did based on what you knew at the time. A successful past doesn’t necessitate repeated success. Repeated executions are copouts.

We need to do better than merely accept survival. The whole idea to plus up a prior experience is be better than you were last year.

Survival can be just that, halted progress and a few steps backward. You can hang in there but you ultimately need to evolve.

Shortcuts emerge from short term thinking. Primacy requires adaptability. Transform like a chameleon and act the fittest.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of and four books.