Succeeding Faster With The Psychology of Shortcuts

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So? What are YOU going to be great at when you grow up?

Imagine for even ten or twenty seconds that you are a child. You are told that you, starting today, YOU are in training.
By the end of this year or so, you, as the child, are the one who will know what you are training in, what you are training for.
In other words, you have to train every day, to become someday not far off, very, VERY good at something, maybe even great.
The best and most amazing news should be that you get to decide for yourself what the whole world will applaud you for doing.
You might try a musical instrument or a paint brush or a book or something that will help you to develop those skills.

You have to train at something, if you ever want to be great at anything.
If you do not practice something worthwhile every day, you will always lose.
When you practice every day? Make sure it is something that you most love to do.
That's because human beings ONLY do their best, and ALWAYS do their best...
at what they love the best.

WHY DO WE USE MAPS?     WHY DO WE USE RECIPES?     WHY WE DO PLAN WEDDINGS AND PARTIES?
ALL THREE HAVE THE SAME ANSWER:
If you do not know exactly where you are going, and how you are going to get there, you will end up somewhere else.

If you are a kid, you have to practice, and if you want to be world-class, you have to practice every day of your life.

Practice does not mean bouncing a ball in the hallway, bothering any number of people on TWO floors!
(All you have to do here is pretend OR remember a time of you trying to sleep, and people bothering you).
Practice does not mean asking your favorite parent for nineteen expensive items. It does not work that way.
It is not the item that makes you great, and let us prove that for you in less than minute of your whole life.

A world-class musician can pick up a cheap, used instrument that is worth twenty dollars, and make beautiful sounds from it.
An idiot pretending to play the instrument, who does NOT practice every day, cannot get good sound from a $1,000 instrument.

That's all. People who practice karate or poetry or reciting Pi, which is the longest number known to humanity,
people who practice every day usually practice every day because they love what they do and want to be great at it.

So? What are YOU going to be great at when you grow up?
You are allowed to change your answer as you go along in life.
As long as you practice with all your heart at something every day, you will find "it,"
that place where you are most comfortable, and at your most useful to yourself and others.




We already know the answer: WHATEVER YOU ARE PRACTICING EVERY DAY, WITH HUNGER AND EXCITEMENT TO GET BETTER AT IT.

If you are surrounded by people who do not light up when you walk into the room, there are three basic choices:
1) You can keep everything the way it is, and like 8 of every 10 people, be stupid enough to hope things get better.
2) You can provide other people with more reasons to light up when you enter the room.

Number three in this list is not provided because it is a part of Number Two, anyway.

If you have a Grandma or a favorite uncle who tells you, "Oh, it's okay, honey, you don't have to try hard,"
YOU NEED TO GET A REFUND, YOU WANT TO FIND YOURSELF A NEW BATCH OF BETTER RELATIVES.
The only good family is the family that encourages you to "go for yours," whatever it is.
If you are not practicing every day, there is only a tiny chance that you can or will ever become a special, great human.
NEARLY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT OF THE TIME, IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOUR BRAINS, YOUR FAMILY, YOUR TALENT, LOOKS, OR MONEY.

That's right. Even brain-damaged people accomplish magnificent things...
WHEN THEY ARE HUNGRY TO BE GREAT, AND PRACTICE EVERY DAY!

In other words, you are being told now, which is between ten and fifty years early, you are being told far in advance:
For you to be poor or great is based on choice, no matter what any human being tells you, including your favorite people,
No matter what any other human tells you, you must understand that greatness is rarely EVER a matter of being born with talent.
The cases where someone is naturally born with great talent AND they develop it fully is barely one in every million people who live.
Just close to one hundred of one hundred times, greatness is the choice to practice every day, determined to get even one percent better.

You get to choose being a winner or a loser. You get to choose if you only take from the plate, or share and give to what is on the plate.
You get to choose in the next sixty seconds of your life, and all the seconds after them, to be just another taker, or someone who is great.







This comes to you from the first human to shatter more than three hundred useful world records, ie book or more per day for 16,000 days.
No human has ever been thought to have read more than Thomas Jefferson, who had 4,193 books in his personal and enormous library.

When you pour that much wisdom into a hungry person, even the biggest dummy of all, some of that wisdom is going to get passed along.
The Psychology of Shortcuts is your own personal avenue into the wisdom and excellence that you are already known and proven to possess.
This is not guesswork. The Psychology of Shortcuts does not have to guess, being no less than a science of success, from simple, repeatable recipes.