People who aren’t evil (and most people aren’t) have enemies for one reason, and one reason only.
Because they are better at something than the enemy in question. Take for instance. By all accounts, he’s an incredible guy. He’s modest, he’s kind, he’s humble. He does one thing really, really well. Invest.
He’s filthy rich. He’s worth $42,000,000,000 (that’s 9 zero’s).
But I’m sure he has enemies if for no other reason than he’s successful. I said all that to say this – “talk about the enemies you have based on your performance.”
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