Experts are trained, talents are tortured, bosses are tossed around, and big bosses are struggling. The Achilles' heel for most people is to focus solely on making money, rather than on growing themselves. Once you grow, you will become valuable. To earn money is to run after it, to be valuable is to run after it, to manage oneself is to manage one's own value, and to do something well, one becomes valuable. All low-level people are those who do not love learning or growth, and are too lazy to explore. They like to ask questions and habitually waste others' time. They think that others' time is just as worthless as theirs, while experts learn when they hear and see it. They silently explore and gradually understand.
So when encountering low-level people, don't try to explain anything. These people will eventually make you very angry. In that case, choose to remain silent.
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