In a bowling match with 10 basic pins, if the player threw down 9 pins, they would score 90 points. However, if the player throws 10 pins for the first time (strike), you can harvest up to 300 points by accumulating bonus points of the next throw.
The specific calculation can be understood as follows, 10 pins in the first-class represent 100 points, this is the official score. In addition, reward points will be calculated by the number of pins thrown next time. If on the next turn, you continue to throw 10 pins in a single turn, you are rewarded with an additional 100 points for the first round.
If on the third throw, you continue to throw 10 pins with a single ball, the cumulative bonus points can be up to 200 points. So, the number of official 100 points and the 200 bonus points for the first round has reached 300 points, more than 3 times higher than just throwing 9 pins.
It can be seen from this bowling effect that as long as you are a little better than others and continue to persevere, you can win many times more valuable opportunities than them. With so many opportunities put together, the successes you gain will become bigger and bigger, bridging the gap between the two sides quickly.
A little difference in the process can also lead to a lot of difference in the results. Therefore, if we constantly strive to improve ourselves, we will lag behind other people sooner or later. Day by day, such inferiority will be multiplied, which makes us lose the ability to control our own lives.
It can be seen that, if you are just a little better than others, you can also win many times more valuable opportunities than them. With so many opportunities combined, the success you gain will get bigger and bigger, which will quickly bridge the gap between the two sides.