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False Assumptions About Past Performance

When we operate under the assumption that past performance is an indicator of future results, we overlook potential in other people and in ourselves. We make permanent decisions based on temporary experiences.

It might take an author 3 or 4 books before he writes a best-seller.

It might take a musician 100 songs before she records a hit.

When we operate under false assumptions, we sacrifice the base hit for the possibility of a home run. We quit before we should. We swing less, try less, and end up on base less often. 

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