Fox and the grapes 2.0

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We have all heard the story of the fox who tried to reach grapes and failed. So, he declared the grape is sour.

But our fox is not the one who tried to reach the grapes by just jumping. When he realized it was not reachable, he decided to reach the branch first which was near to him, pull down the branch and reach the grapes.

This fox teaches 2 lessons.

First, repeating the same action produces the same result. If we need different results, try differently.

Second, it is not necessary to reach our goal on a single leap. Split your goals to multiple easily doable steps and do one by one

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