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A Quote by Geoffrey Gaberino on contest, measure, capable, and yourself

The real contest is always
between what you've done and what you're capable of doing.
You measure yourself against yourself and nobody else.

Geoffrey Gaberino

Source: www.inspirelist.com

Contributed by: Ellen

A Quote by James P. Carse on finite play, infinite play, war, weapons, contradictions, machine, winning, contest, and eliminate


If to operate a machine is to operate like a machine, then we operate not only with each other like machines, we opearte each other like machines. And if a machine is`most effective when it has no effect, then we opearte each other in such a way that we reach the outcome desired - in such a way that nothing happens.

All weapons are designed to affect others without affecting ourselves, to make others answerable to the technology we control. Weapons are the equipment of finite games designed in such a way that they do not maximize the play but eliminate it. Weapons are meant not to win contest but to eliminate them. Killers are not victors; they are unopposed competitors, players without a game, living contradictions. - James P. Carse

James Carse

Source: Finite and Infinite Games, Pages: 149-150

Contributed by: mita

A Quote by Mitch on work, underneath, others, contest, and attention

Working underneath others often means an ongoing contest to win their attention.

Mitch Thrower

Source: "The Attention Deficit Workplace" by Mitch Thrower

Contributed by: Mitch

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