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Whether it's powering through the many dungeons of Hyrule in a Legend of Zelda game or trying to complete an especially difficult assignment at work, you're not going to accomplish it all in one day.
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Thinking for yourself and going outside your comfort zone might lead you to untold treasures.
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There are rules to everything, and understanding the underlying system, makes it easy to find loopholes and exploit them.
In real life, there are many predictable situations and in most cases there is an easier way to overcome them if you know they are coming. You have to pay attention and exploit them within reason.