10 Great lessons from movie 300 for battle v/s false cases

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10 Great lessons from movie 300

Lesson # 1 :

Know your surroundings, and choose the battleground that most suits your strengths

Just as King Leonidas chose the Hot Gates as the perfect location for Sparta’s stand against the Persians. Do your research and pick an avenue where your skills will thrive and your competition will fall. Choose a plan of action that highlights your skills while taking away advantages of your predecessors. Just make sure you cover your back at the goat path! You never know who’s sneaking up behind you!

Lesson # 2 :

A handful of well trained soldiers can out-perform thousands of weak ones.

The Spartan 300 stood against the million Persians for days because they were strong, well trained, and powerful. A well done case, where the victim takes the time to build a community and continually support it has the best chance for success against hundreds of competitors & false cases.

Lesson # 3 :

A few good friends is better then an army of acquaintances.

The Spartan 300 drew their strength from their family of fellow soldiers on the battlefield. When it comes to battle v/s false cases, take the time to actually contribute to community sites like Twitter, Face book or even blogs you read every day. In the end, it will take you much farther by becoming a respected community member then a single comment that is never revisited ever could.

Lesson # 4 :

The gods aren’t always right, do what’s best for yourself, above all else.

King Leonidas knew that the Ephor were wrong when they advised him to stand down on the eve of battle. Taking the wrong advice can cut you off from avenues that may be right for you, even if it wasn’t for the person who gave it. Always do what is best for yourself, and never be afraid to experiment. The Gods were all in the same position as you at one point in time. Remember that!

Lesson # 5 :

Keep your skill set sharp, cause you never know when you might have to defend yourself.

At a moments notice, the Spartans were ready to march into battle, with no hesitation. The same applies to EVERY area of battle v/s false cases. Never stop learning, experimenting, and improving yourself. The moment you drop your guard, is the same moment your opponents take away your land.

Lesson # 6 :

Never retreat, never surrender.

Even to the bitter end, King Leonidas and his 300 fought for Greece, never retreating and never surrendering. A lot of people quit because it gets too tough to maintain their difficult jobs. If you retreat, if you surrender, you’ll never know if a month or two more of hard work might have paid off.

Lesson # 7 :

Constantly adapt to your changing situation, it’s the only way to survive.

When the Persians dispatched Rhinos, the Spartans adapted and prevailed. When they charged in with elephants, they adapted and once again came out the victor. Technology is CONSTANTLY changing. If you want to stand atop a mountain of defeated opponents, you have to stay on the bleeding edge of technological advances to ensure your ready to ride the new wave the second it arrives.

Lesson # 8 :

Never be satisfied with your past accomplishments, it might just get you kicked down a bottomless pit.

When the Persian messenger delivered his ultimatum to King Leonidas, he was cocky and backed himself up by the past accomplishments of the Persian Empire. While success is great, always look to improve on what you’ve done and never underestimate your opponents.

Lesson # 9 :

Even a man-god can bleed.

King Leonidas proved that even the seemingly untouchable Xerxes was capable of bleeding after all. It is easy to look at the true juggernauts in a specific field and think it’s impossible to compete against someone of that size. No one is untouchable, and great ideas rule the world. Be innovative, be cutting edge, and most of all be fearless even in the face of god-like battle.

Lesson # 10 :

Even if you’re a hideous, misshapen troll, the right networking can get you riches and women.

Even in his hideously grotesque form, Ephialtes knew the value of networking. He made friends with Xerxes who ended up helping him to both riches and companionship. Know your strengths and know your weaknesses, and use networking to take advantage of both. If you can’t be successful in one route, look at others. keep your best interests at the forefront of your decision making process.

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