Sleeism # 3
Always assume the other person is twice as smart as you are and work twice as hard to prove they aren’t.
This is another from Tony Doxsey and it has help up rather well over the years. It is expressed another way that might help make it more clear to you. “In the long run, the race belongs not merely to the swift, but to the farseeing, to those who anticipate change” – Lykes Lines. This gives me great hope. It means you don’t have to be good looking, to be muscular, to be athletic, to be intellectual, or in any other manner extraordinary. You just have to be curious.
That combination of curiosity and the ability to work hard will get you a long, long way in life.
The time is now.