The fact that you cross the road at a green light at a pedestrian crossing does not give you a 100% guarantee of safety, but it dramatically reduces the likelihood of an accident. Accordingly, switching to red in the wrong place is also not a guarantee of disaster.
Business is a gambling game that requires passion and knowledge of mathematics. Probability theory, game theory, and various mathematical distributions and sequences are very important in business. In other words, if zero wins 1 to 36, you can lose up to 97% of games without any fear. A businessman who has learned mathematics is calm, because he knows that if he acts wisely and without fear, 32% of the games will be won.
Chance has a very large influence on the process of forming mental associations. Thus, repeating the same situations many times (for example, reading the same book), we will constantly find new and new thoughts. By increasing the number of games, we invest time to get a greater probability of winning and a variety of experiences.
It is not the probability of victory that should be considered, but the probability of defeat. Victory is calculated through the denial of defeat. The greater the number of games, the lower the probability of 100% defeats. The probability of a continuous series of defeats as the number of games increases rushes to zero.
The probabilistic nature of being allows us to learn, because it forgives our imperfections and allows us to accumulate perfection. However, imperfection cannot live long. Those who are untrained quickly drop out of the game.
It is impossible to control anything completely, because such concepts as order, perfection, love, and truth are synonymous, inexhaustible, and infinite. Perfection is unknowable, so there is no limit to order, and randomness cannot be excluded. And the lower the probability of an accident, the greater the destructive power of this accident. The more the system strives for order, the greater the probability of a critical error that destroy the system.