Low bar


from the explains that success in life often has a surprisingly low bar. Basic competencies like punctuality, organization, and the ability to run a meeting can set one apart from the average, as many struggle with these tasks. He suggests that much of success, including financial independence, comes from consistently showing up and mastering the fundamentals, rather than seeking advanced, complex strategies 1.

Low Bar for Success

Alan and Jonathan discuss the importance of doing the fundamentals well in achieving success, both in life and financial independence. They emphasize the low bar for success and how just showing up and doing the basics repeatedly can lead to significant progress.


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