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You can’t imitate your way to greatness because you can only copy the effect, not the cause. Most people struggle with the idea of purpose. They look for courses and watch hundreds of videos. They forget that purpose is something that we find inwards. Imitation gives rise to originality only when it is an aspect of a process whose character and direction preserve the inspiration not to duplicate, but to surpass and invent. That is why masalaseen is so catchy and enticing.
It is a powerful ally to learning — except that it is prone to replace it and thus pretend to an undeserved finality and excellence. So in instances where the effect is predominant, eg acting, singing, most of the arts, I suppose one could, in theory. Then again I think my isolation of the arts may have been premature. Obviously understanding causes implies deeper rooting in that which generates the effect so likely greater extent and frequency of future effects.
Tuning your own mood and actions to others can be traced back to human origins. People used mirroring as a kind of universal signal. In order to survive and evolve, humankind had to learn and invent many things including socially accepted behavior. People just love blueprints. Blueprints for success, blueprints for wealth creation, blueprints for building an amazing body. There are no real blueprints for anything which holds high value, it’s just pure hardwork, patience, consistency and resilience.
I really dont think so. Blueprints and frameworks are helpful. The leveler is the creators thought process while using them. It’s one thing to be handed a blueprint, it another thing to know what to do with it. “If you want to be amazing at something, then you have to find your own way there.” “The details are not copyable nor transmissible.”
Lao Tzu encouraged being uncopyable.
“Let your workings remain a mystery.
Just show people the results.”
That’s right, you can’t imitate your way to success. Successful people are anomalies. So, despite the best of your efforts and intentions, it’s very unlikely you’ll be able to replicate their results. Even the effect won’t be the same, it depends on constraints and conditions where the action will take place. Inspiration is discovering a moment of truth in a lifetime of living a lie. You can’t replicate the individuals encrypted response to inspiration. I find that it is a much quicker path to genuine improvement (and in the long run: mastery) to reverse-engineer great work rather than to “reinvent the wheel” from some sort of blank slate. By copying great work (vs passive consumption), you get a glimpse from the master’s POV.
Copying successful systems in business or following the main ideas of someone you admire will work but there has to be some of you in there otherwise you will always be a copy. Forging your own path is very rewarding as well. I also experienced that finding the truth is a lone practice. Sometimes you have filter out the noise and truths which are relevant to others but not you. I think the later part is harder because you think if it’s working for others, it might work for you too.
“A leader sees greatness in other people. He nor she can be much of a leader if all she sees is herself.”
~ Maya Angelou