PLAN. COMMUNICATE. LEAD.
Choose the harder way. There, you will not meet many rivals.
“Why should I pick more difficult way if there is an easier and faster option?”- you would ask.
Because always using shortcuts will bring its bitter consequences in the long run. You can read a book just overnight, it will be easy and fast. But you will forget what you read in a couple of weeks. If you choose a bit harder option – let’s say you will read and make notes of each chapter, write an action plan based on what you read- this is a different story, because you made additional effort to memorize and process the information, you worked on the content and extracted value for yourself.
Choosing the harder way makes you excel in things you care about. It sets your priorities.