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Regression Parties - A Fixed Point
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Name Droppings

Colonel Sanders feels worthy enough to meet Alice Cooper (via)

This is particularly relevant to the entertainment industry, but can be applied to all fields.

It's amazing to me that even with all the proven ways to amplify their chances of success, most aspiring artists have no idea that there's a game being played around them that they can't see. Everything they do and say keeps them out of the big leagues.

The big one I screen for is when someone I just met feels the need to namedrop.

The Brief Regression

On SEBASTIAN MARSHALL

Have you ever had an incredibly amazing day or week, with huge breakthroughs… and then thought it would be permanent, when it wasn't?

I've spent immense time investigating this phenomenon. It's as aggravating as anything else imaginable. You're flying along, doing incredibly well, it seems like you've turned up to a higher level of production, productivity, creativity, teamwork, whatever -- only to sink back down, and sometimes worse than before for a while.

What causes this?

Well, there's old fashioned complacency or overconfidence -- which is why Tokugawa Ieyasu made his famous quote that, "after victory, tighten the straps on your helmet."

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