An analogy! It takes a lot of force to get the Flywheel started, but the beauty is that once you get it going the amount of force that is produced is disproportionately larger than what was put in. You can get the flywheel to sustain and spin on its own.
When we invest in children the results can be just as amazing as the output forces of the flywheel.
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