One great treat of the century was Mr. Paul Newman.
How can anyone pay sufficient tribute to Paul Newman?
Talk about a great saint! Do you know what Paul Newman did?
Can you see how Paul Newman used shortcuts, MASTER shortcuts,
to slowly earn thousands of dollars, and then several millions of dollars,
and then, as any embracer of the Psychology of Shortcuts would set out to do,
earn hundreds of millions of dollars... which he chose to invest into helping the helpless?
If Paul Newman, in between acting, directing, and apparently enjoying a very happy family life,
could earn hundreds of millions of dollars to invest into helping the helpless that co-exist with greed,
then what, pray tell us, are you capable of contributing when you embrace the Psychology of Shortcuts ?
Paul Newman, pursuing his dreams, failed and struck out before improving his life 50 years in a row!
Paul Newman improved the lives of millions who never knew, millions more who never will know.
Such a life of devotion earns Paul Newman the highest praises of the Psychology of Shortcuts.
May your own life be as rich, as long, as filled, as giving, as that of the saint, Paul Newman.
May you be perceptive enough to grasp and employ your own Psychology of Shortcuts.
If Paul Newman, who could not pay his family's appliance bill, could rise up so high,
then it is tougher for any of us to to excuse failure with "But my circumstances..."
We do not stop something because we failed. We failed because we stopped.
Giving away even a quarter per day, the Psychology of Shortcuts enrichens.
Learn to give away more, and you will learn how to multiply your results.
Let Paul Newman's life, and the lives of your role models, guide you up.
Do not greet the dawn without a map for the day. The more you write, the more you make.
Stop forming opinions until AFTER you take in, and enjoy, a great deal of knowledge and experience.
Paul Newman did not give away hundreds of millions of dollars. He gave away thousands... many times over.
Anything that you do with excellence gets better with observant repetition. Live your own Psychology of Shortcuts.
Give a bit more, and get a bit more. It rarely works the other way around. If it is to be true, then it is exclusively up to you.