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Day 18:

  • If you try to do it all on your own, you run yourself ragged, waste energy, and burn yourself out. It is far better to conserve your forces, pounce on the work others have done, and find a way to make it your own.
  • You must secure the credit for yourself and keep others from stealing it away, or from piggy-backing on your hard work.

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