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Blackpill Why you should never try anything more than once

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You need to be good at something at first try. You should never try to do anything twice. I don't think improvement is real. People who know shit were never trash at thing. Singers, artists, athletes etc were always top tier when they first tried their thing. It doesn't meat they were the best in the world without practice. Top tier footballers were amazing and immediately pick up the skill to kick ball while some motherfuckers play ball for a decade and they suck ass at touching the ball with their legs. There's no footballer niggas who kicked ball in live division 11 and made it to the top league. That doesn't happen because there is no such thing as improvement. These top players were always top of their peers when they grew up. None of them were ever shit at their thing.

If you try to sing but you sound horrible and you have no idea what you should do, just give up
If you try to play chess but you feel hopelessly bad and you can't figure out how to play, just give up
If you try to lift weights but you are weak and you can't lift shit, just give up

Some people just never develop good at anything but it's okay as long as you give up or don't care. If you are not top tier immediately after first attempt then just give up and ldar. It's outliers, these rare exceptions, deviation from the norm, who make it after they have been losing for a long time. Charles Bukowski succeeded after writing for like 30 years. The KFC guy succeeded in his 70's or something. Trying for multiple decades is not worth it. Just give up theory
 
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You need to be good at something at first try. You should never try to do anything twice. I don't think improvement is real. People who know shit were never trash at thing. Singers, artists, athletes etc were always top tier when they first tried their thing. It doesn't meat they were the best in the world without practice. Top tier footballers were amazing and immediately pick up the skill to kick ball while some motherfuckers play ball for a decade and they suck ass at touching the ball with their legs. There's no footballer niggas who kicked ball in live division 11 and made it to the top league. That doesn't happen because there is no such thing as improvement. These top players were always top of their peers when they grew up. None of them were ever shit at their thing.

If you try to sing but you sound horrible and you have no idea what you should do, just give up
If you try to play chess but you feel hopelessly bad and you can't figure out how to play, just give up
If you try to lift weights but you are weak and you can't lift shit, just give up

Some people just never develop good at anything but it's okay as long as you give up or don't care. If you are not top tier immediately after first attempt then just give up and ldar. It's outliers, these rare exceptions, deviation from the norm, who make it after they have been losing for a long time. Charles Bukowski succeeded after writing for like 30 years. The KFC guy succeeded in his 70's or something. Trying for multiple decades is not worth it. Just give up theory
If you have to try at something, you weren't that good to begin with.
 
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I tried eating some food once, but i wasnt good at it.