How is the gap between people and people broken?
  I saw a case yesterday, saying that when an HR interviews a candidate, he often asks such a question: What do you do for the three hours after work every day?
  I remembered that when I graduated, I applied for a favorite unit. The interviewer also asked me: Can you just take out your ordinary day at the university and talk to us about how you lived? It is best to pick a representative day.
  Some people may think that if you pick a good one, you will pass it through. Yes, if people only ask this question, Hu is the best policy, but this is just the beginning. Next, I want to talk to you about the answer you provided.
  You should be able to imagine that you can come up with a news case, a person who plays a game every day and a person who reads an article every day, and the analysis made will be a hundred thousand miles.
  And the result of this one hundred thousand eight thousand miles does not come from talent, not even from professionalism. It comes from no matter how much, very twenty minutes, the effort of an article, and most importantly, multiplied by each day. .
  The cumulative effect of time is so fair and powerful, which reminds me of what a teacher told me during college: I want to see a person's weight and understand how he is going through everyday.
  I often hear people complaining about the results when they are facing each other: Why do people work so hard that they don't get what they want?
  Take a break, calmly and honestly reflect: How have you been through most of the past year, three years, five years, and ten years?
  I remembered that I was too lazy to take 10 minutes to wash my face every day, and then I heard people say that my skin was rough, and I was calm in an instant.
  Have you discovered that the most terrible gaps are opened in the most mundane daily life.
  A few days ago, a friend who made a copy of the case told me that the longer I worked, the more I regretted studying at university.
  She said that a colleague in the office is very capable. In fact, there is nothing. It is nothing more than reading a little more, and the ink in the belly is a bit more, but this one is enough to constitute a crushing level advantage. What people say and write, like you, are Chinese, but they are better than you. You want to narrow the gap, but also know that this is not a day or two of work; there is a feeling of being bullied, but also convinced orally, can only be affected.
  I told her that in the big industry you are in, pick some of the best practical cases and some of the most classic good books, and work quietly and devotedly for half an hour every day. After two or three years, it is the turn. You "bullish" others.
  My friend is surprised: Is it so easy? How do you feel that the project that feels great is so simple?
  I said, yeah, your colleague is so "bullying" you.
  Why do you say that things in the world are difficult and difficult to say, easy and easy to say?
  Any insignificant investment, multiplied by time, will become a gap that can only be sighed and not playful; any difference from the sky, divided by time, will be a drop of warm water enough to boil the frog.
  Over the years, I have discovered that the more work that can't be seen in the short term, the biggest shadow when you see it; the more you can hold your breath, sit on the bench, turn the assault war into a protracted war, and gain the most.
  Everyone actually understands this truth, but there are very few people who can really do it every day.
  Why, because the effect is too slow. People send a day flyer, and immediately can send out a "reward for today" circle of friends before 9 pm, even if you play a day of games, cut a screen, there is sun in the evening. And you spent the whole day figuring out that Socrates is not the same person as Plato, which is not convenient to say.
  However, one year, two years, five years later, when you finally need to expose the old and the big ones, you will know: Why do some people have a life, and some people just live.
  My family is from the countryside, and I have seen the process of building brick houses numerous times since I was a child. Have you seen a new house, a process of being covered a little bit by little? Don't be curious, it's really boring. It takes a month to make a foundation. You go out to the street, the craftsmen are in the mud; you go out to drink a wine, the craftsmen are in the mud; you swim in the mountains for 10 days, come back and see, still in the mud .
  Day after day, when the new house is basically built, you will walk in, touch the bricks and look at the smooth concrete floor, and you will know what the results are.
  Good-looking short-term effects are the same; those who are willing to take long-term fishing for big fish will pick one.
  Most of the gaps between people are nothing more than two: the advantage barrier and the disadvantage barrier.
  Barriers, think about it, big and strong things, once formed, it is difficult to break. Before the formation of the barriers, those seemingly insignificant long days, those who share the 10 minutes per day, insignificant effort and effort, are showing a cold, and a fair.
  You see that other people have thousands of good luck that can't be met, but they don't see the essence of the unity behind them: the direction that can be met, and the accumulation of the same habits.
  I remember when I was a child, I took the second place almost every time. The ordinary girl who won the top spot was no better than anyone. Even, she couldn’t see who she was hardworking. But every time she scores, she can always be a lot less, which is five points and eight points higher than me. Sometimes, the gap is one or two questions. The most hateful thing is that the teacher has already said the question.
  During the class, I was so depressed that I found the teacher. I asked if you said: If you want to exceed her, what time do you need to learn? Let me take the first place.
  The teacher smiled: I don't need to learn a few things.
  I asked: What am I missing from her, am I better than her?
  At this time, the classmate was catching up with the homework and told the teacher that she had a problem in class and did not understand. The teacher turned to me and said: It was a little bit worse.