Everything needs to be prepared, but not to go all out. An author who wants to write a book with healthy content and deep thinking, he only needs to use three quarters of his power. Don't go all out. It will be tense and irritable, and this kind of emotion will leak to the reader and spread to the reader.
Those who do their best are not necessarily more powerful than those who use three quarters of their strength. The ancients called "work outside the poem" to say that the literati's poetry is often good or bad in his knowledge and experience, not just in the text itself. The same is true of other industries, it is more about your own strength.
Nobel Prize winner Hemingway has a well-known theory of icebergs: an iceberg in the sea, seven tenths of it is underwater, but it is the seventh tenths that holds the three tenths, the three tenths It is so spectacular that it admires the world. Life is the same. Success is only three-tenths, and seven-tenths is the hard preparation before success. Success does not depend on whether you are doing your best, but on whether you are capable and well prepared.
The ancients said that bows were too full to fold, and people should not go all out. Give yourself a little bit of room and a bit of ease, then you will be more at ease and more at ease. Leave yourself a retreat, and if you fail, the whole army will be wiped out. Do not go all out to do one thing, you only need to use three quarters of your strength and you will always be a winner and winner.