When we plan for our work or life, we plan based on a perfect world. Perfect world has no friction. Just like in science, they made laws of science ignoring friction, they sounded perfect, but somehow could not explain reality.
Similarly, when we start implementing our ideas, things which we never anticipated begin to happen. They slow you down. They appear trivial but they hold you back. Perfect plans often look imperfect when you start implementing.
This is real life. It is not perfect. It has friction.
Art of winning is knowing by experience that friction exists and make room for it your plans.
Friction Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Saturday, April 18, 2015 Rating: