“Big fish in small pond” or vice versa , the choice matters

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Adopted from the following great insight shared by Malcolm Gladwell from the book David and Goliath

The lesson of the Impressionists is that there are times and places where it is better to be a Big Fish in a Little Pond that a Little Fish in a Big Pond, where the apparent disadvantage of being an outsider in a marginal world turns out not to be a disadvantage at all.

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