Yes, to some degree, but you still have to work.
Then, how do you work, work day in and day out, without confusion, fear, and despair, but with clarity, confidence and energy, and even with a bit of joy?
One of his axioms was, Despise the enemy strategically. But show him a lot of respect when it comes to tactics.
Sven-Göran Eriksson, one-time English national football team manager: Great strikers BOTH dare to win AND dare to fail. Thus their comfort zone gets stretched from both ends, top and bottom.
Buccaneer Scholar Keep your aspirations high but keep expectations low when studying.
Executive Toughness Define your outcome/end result goals sharply. But day-to-day, concentrate on process goals.
Entrepreneurial Instinct Have a big picture vision, which is your road map. But to keep going, you need a motor, which you get from firing your dopamine centers in your brains. And the best way to activate those reward centers in the brain is by achieving small goals now and then.
What about the Seven Factors of Enlightenment (Pali: bojjhaṅgā)? What are we supposed to do when our mind is lethargic, or when it is hyper-active and agitated?