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All good chess players have one thing in common. They use the strengths of all pieces to outsmart their opponents.

Pawn: Advance early

Knight: Know the angles

Bishop: Travel great distances

Castle: Focus on the end game

Queen: Make bold moves

King: Unlock others

The same is true in life. We must use all of the pieces. And we must be prepared to advance alone. Sure, we can look to others for advice and inspiration, but at some point we must recognise that a student’s relationship with a teacher should always be temporary. We must advance alone. And when the butterflies gatherĀ in our chest, we must train them to fly in unison.

Your move.