Can you think of a victory in a game, a sport, or even a war that is owed to more to blunt force than to strategy? The weapons used, the position of troops, and the element of surprise are all vital to winning. Underdog teams win by crafty plans and perseverance, not force.
Naturally, victories won by sheer force are rarely celebrated. What matters more is strategy and its effectiveness.
Yet isn’t it by force that we often try to win or overcome in life?