Award yourself

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I wrote a post about brilliance the other day. It was written the day before, and published the day after, I’d presented to the judges of the Learning Awards.

In the post I said this:

My belief [is] that you should play to succeed and not play to win; it’s more assertive and allows people to define success for themselves.

Andrew Jacobs

Pausing to look at what you’ve been doing and rating it isn’t a bad thing but being judged is something others should do on your behalf.

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