The prelog, or caveat

Most of the greats never did a tell all. My point is that you learn from my situation. But your situation will often be different. Different time, place, people, circumstances, moods, and levels of fitness and energy. No two situations are ever the same. Sometimes the littlest of detail will make a material difference in the outcome of a situation that you will be in. 

Not that things were bad for me, but I don't want you to experience some of the moments that I did. I do this to keep you out of situations I have been in, or not get into situations I was able to avoid, so use this as a learning tool. Apply the lessons hear to your unique situation. Learn how to learn tools like situational awareness, social awareness, decisive action, focus, anticipating the next moves, keeping an eye on the future by winning the current moment. Relax, don't stress, it's not helpful, and people will read you. Be cool and do what you need to. Don't concern or waste your time worring about what people who don't love you think. Develop trust, and anihilate anything you can't trust. 

All things must pass. It won't always be the same. It won't always be so grey, or so great. Relax and find the enjoyment. Find a productive way to deal with the grey. 

I don't want to encourage bad behavior. Some lessons probably shouldn't have been learned, or at least weren't necessary. Need to enjoy life. Have fun. Tell yourself a lot of jokes. Make sure your min dhas a sense of humor when you analyze a situation. If you are prepared, and focused while in a situation, you should be able to find the humor in non-serious situations. 



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