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Recently my class team lost to the Year Book Class (YBC) in the call of duty duel. For those who may not know, call of duty 2 is a video game based on the World War II. Sincerely speaking ‘lost’ is mildly putting it because we were thoroughly trashed (5-1).

For someone who had boasted of superior capabilities, the defeat was a big dent on my pride. However, I learnt some major lessons from that experience. Let’s take a look at them.

1) The importance of communication- Good and Working Communication is vital to the success of any team work.

2) Always expect and Learn to deal with counterattacks- your opponent also wants to win. 

3) Be flexible… Adapt to the present situation and make decisions quickly.

4) Always plan, no matter how insignificant the enemy is- anything worth doing is worth planning.

5) Never underestimate an enemy.

6) Even the best laid plans go wrong. Always have a backup.

7) Finally, learn to accept defeat and learn from it. This in itself is perhaps the most important lesson because it is from it I was able to learn the other lessons.


Ifeoluwapo Odedere 
© 2012

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