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12 Rules for Life: Rule 1 - Stand up Straight with Your Shoulders Back
Over the course of millennia, animals that face a requirement to exercise cohabitation with others within the perimeters of a territory have learned several tricks to settle dominance with the least quantity of loss, handling conflict in their own ways.
The neurochemistry of a lobster that wins is different from that of a lobster that loses and the levels of serotonin and octopamine makes a difference in this context.
The principle of unequal distribution accentuates when a lobster that lost earlier recollects its courage and battles again, the probability of it losing again is high.
A winning lobster will most probably win again.The same principles apply to the human financial world, where the few richest people on the planet have the same wealth as the billions of people that are at the bottom.
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