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When I was a kid I loved puzzles.

Not the jigsaw type, the bigger ones.

These small, 3D objects that could only fit together in one configuration.

Once you figured it out, it was less interesting.

Many people treat life as a puzzle.

Like there's a "right way" and a "wrong way" to do things.

To be sure, there are some things that are DANGEROUS to do.

Like robbing banks is probably not a good way to make a living.

But within the commonly accepted morals, ethics and laws, there isn't really any "rules."

Of course, many people don't like this idea.

Many people are afraid of taking risks.

After all, if you stray from the common path, you might mess up.

And if you did things differently than most people, and you made a mistake, everybody would laugh and point fingers at you.

Or at least that's what we imagine.

So most of us are content to do what we're told, not do anything too crazy.

But think of all the people who made a HUGE impact on society.

For whatever reasons.

Scientists, artists, entrepreneurs.

They didn't do what they did by following the well worn path.

One time a young entrepreneur asked the founder of Sony how one could double their success rate.

The founder of Sony, by then an old experienced business person, answered:

Double your failure rate.

If you are afraid to fail, you'll only learn what works.

Which is the same stuff that everybody else learns.

Which means you'll get the same stuff everybody else gets.

If you want to make a difference, then you've got to do things differently.

Different actions stem from different thinking.

Different thinking requires practice.

But it's pretty easy, since you can try out different ways of thinking safely within your own brain.

Nobody needs to know except you.

And when the new ways of thinking become familiar so will the new ways of acting.

That's when things get fun.

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