You do not have to pay up front.
In fact, your money will not be accepted,
not a dime, until you earn your first 25,000.
How incredible is this? You don't even have to sign anything.
Every now and again, the Psychology of Shortcuts shatters records.
The goal is to break or shatter world records several times per day.
Each day, the Psychology of Shortcuts breaks or shatters world records.
That is a mathematical reality because the Psychology of Shortcuts is pioneering.
When you establish a world record, every time you break that record you break a world record.
By dint of this delightful reality of mathematics, the Psychology of Shortcuts pushes back on limits.
Because you have made it to where you are in this very second of time, you have just hit a jackpot.
You are about to be given some of the magical, delicious master secrets of your current universe.
For a slew of reasons, ignorance prime among them, you value money more than you do time.
That is one of the proofs of your exquisite stupidity, which we hope to ameliorate here.
With so many values tougher to understand and infinitely sweeter in the tasting of,
the only way you will follow your own Psychology of Shortcuts is through proof.
So, pay careful attention and you get to glimpse into generation of money.
Hard, brain-bending work for one hour per day to learn to earn $1,000.
However, it may take you up to a week to earn your first thousand.
Stick with it an hour every day and you'll earn thousands per week.
You are going to learn most everything you need to know in the next minutes.
Actually, you will have your ticket to this wonderful job by the end of this page.
The Psychology of Shortcuts is so cockily certain of this that we shall go a step further.
By the end of this page, most anyone online with a hundred dollars or two can quit their day job.
If you wish, you can identify this as an opinion of the Psychology of Shortcuts, though it is far stronger.
Opinion? How about a ninety-nine percent certainty that a hundred or so dollars is about all that this one requires.
Before we get it to it, without the "buy our tapes, books, cd's, guaranteed program, yakketa yakketa lie for your money,
the price for this magnificent program for the generation of cash, rapid, and certain for a super-majority of all humans,
the price for this particular program for cash generation must be extracted or exchanged because you can use it forever.
You can send 7,777 if you want, but don't send it to the Psychology of Shortcuts, for your money is not desired.
Imagine that. Millions and millions of pages and listings and top rankings and visitors from over 100 countries,
and not a shopping cart in-site or, of course, in sight, if you'll pardon the fun, and even if you cannot.
This program for cash generation is about the same as buying semi-rare valuables at great discount.
How would you like to buy big diamonds for less than a third of the retail price, on a regular basis?
The Psychology of Shortcuts neither approves of or would ever suggest trading in such filthware.
What perhaps comes near is the cash generation program that gets to benefit real folk like you.
Is that cool, or what? Some eighty to ninety percent of all profit goes to you and other folks.
Naturally, big corps have to get their bite, what some nations refer to as "fragrant grease."
Thankfully, this program for your cash generation is quite legal, and mutually beneficial.
As usual, the Psychology of Shortcuts has naught to do with this cash generation plan.
It is given to you, not quite freely, though, because a mutual value must be shared.
In this case, you will now have another set of tools in your cash generation box.
In return, you agree to share one-fifth of all profits after your first $7,000, right?
You can easily start this cash generation method off with just a few hundred.
Most likely, if you are willing to work a full two hours per day for a week,
you should be able to start this cash generation method for even less.
Yes, if you are willing to work a full two hours per day for a fortnight,
you can surely start generating cash with as little as one hundred.
How sweet to be in this position, knowing what you are about to.
Anticipation builds, for the Psychology of Shortcuts delivers.
You now enter the world of buying semi-treasures cheaply.
It is right in front of your face and you have ignored it.
You had to be brought here to prove our Providence.
Tucked away in this tiny piece of the internet,
you run into one of your great sets of tools,
the cash generation of ease and simplicity.
Welcome to the world of Hummels. This particular corner is reminiscent of the 1970's, when Alan Shawn Feinstein sold inexpensive subscriptions to his money advice newsletter, which came in the mail on simple, typewritten font, long before the ubiquity of personal computers. It was so ridiculously cheap that even a cool guy could shell out his ten or twenty dollar per year fee.
He advised his subscribers what he thought was sure to rise, and only a few thousand people gave him much credence, and yet, he stuck with it, to the gratification of those who did heed him.
One of his monthly gems was advice to buy U.S. postal stamps with errors on them, not the big expensive mega-thousand dollar babies that later become million-dollar rarities, just the cheapest ten, twenty, even thirty-dollar purchases. He promised to pay anyone double one year later if they were unhappy with the investment. With only one hundred and eighty discretionary dollars available, I said "what the heck," and bought some stamps.
More than a few months after they were forgotten, they were accidentally uncovered after the succesful move to a new place. In less than a year and a half, they were worth almost five times what they'd cost. Naturally, the quick profit was taken, not being far-sighted enough at the time to realize they would continue to multiply. Still, the lesson was learned and it was all good.
The Hummels trick is pretty similar. As a teen and adolescent, I had the good fortune to visit flea markets and such throughout the world, when American flea markets represented big fat discounts on most anything and everything being sold at these low-overhead outdoor markets where each vendor might pay thirty or forty dollars for a spot that would earn him or her up to a thousand or three on a good day, because whatever they sold during the week in their high-overhead stores was given away for tiny profits that were well-compensated through the gift of making many sure sales per day. As well, many vendors had no high-overhead stores during the week, so it was even easier for them to sell at a quarter and a third what we would all normally pay during the week at typical retail establishments.
Well, this Hummel trick for cash generation is so ridiculous strictly because it is literally buying semi-treasures at prices that do not make sense. Still, hundreds and hundreds, maybe thousands go on sale every day or week for actual minority fractions of not only what you can retail them for, no, no, this is the Psychology of Shortcuts, and it exceeds even the knowledge that there are always customers who love to buy Hummels. This is about buying Hummels so cheaply that you do not need to look for customers, you can walk into any store that sells Hummels and they are sure to buy these delightful items from you for a good bit more than what you paid for it.
You can do it once a week, once a day, once an hour; as far as the Psychology of Shortcuts can see, it's wall-to-wall Hummels at a fraction the retail cost, and usually a fraction of what even a dealer will pay for them.
The Psychology of Shortcuts recomends staying away from plates. Some plates are sold for as little as below ten dollars.
The Psychology of Shortcuts only wants you to play with Hummels that sell for more than a hundred, preferably several hundred. A large, genuinely large majority, beyond fifty percent, when either vintage or classic, are worth hundreds or thousands. Every single day, because of the fantastic microscopic nature of the macrocosmic internet technology, you can easily find dozens, scores, hundreds, or even thousands of vintage and antique Hummels being sold for silly prices.
When you buy through reputable auction houses and reputable seller's, which you get to see instantly by the number of sales they have made or the number of happy ratings, and so forth, ninety-eight of every one hundred of your purchases should turn you no-stress profits. Admittedly less profit, which is less important when it's repeatable.
You do not need to know very much at all about Hummels, and if once in a while someone scams you with a fake Hummel, it will rarely cost you more than fifty to a hundred and fifty dollars, all of which comes out of profits you make. There is no overhead or investment if you're online, right, beyond the buying of each Hummel?
You buy it, it comes to you, you go to any store selling or buying Hummels and offer it to them for half the retail price or less, which can still be two to ten times what you bought it for.
That's it, that's all, this is cash generation at such a simple level that an adolescent of as young as thirteen can surely be trusted to rapidly build a college fund that takes care of all financial stressors a family normally expects with a college-bound student.
No need to complicate things. You can learn what are antique or vintage Hummels are, you don't need to know much of anything. You google "Hummel" or a dozen other keyword-keyphrase combinations and you will find more auctions than you are likely to get to anytime soon. When you see a Hummel you can bid on, determine precisely which Hummel it is, every one is assigned a name and/or number going back a couple of hundred years. Then, just put it in quotation marks and search for it on your favorite search engine. Someone is selling that same Hummel figurine somewhere in the world, and you can find out what it is worth. To prevent disappointment, many simply focus on a price that is one-quarter to one-tenth of the retail. That's actually your goal, so if you once in a while sell it for retail, so much the more profitable to and for you, right? Still, the goal is a modest one-tenth to one-fourth the retail, you think you can turn profits amounting to one or two hundred dollars per hour? The Psychology of Shortcuts maintains that it would not likely take more than twenty-two days of tis to where you're easily earning quite a bit more than that, with no more than two hours of work per day.
Hummels are like semi-treasures. Many of them are just stunning, some are merely adorable, and you get to see where Norman Rockwell drew the bulk of his inspiration and training from; small-town real world, and big city dignities, all represented in this cute little statues.
Catches? Of course. Far as anyone can see within their own Psychology of Shortcuts, every great thing in life has its shortcomings or catches. In the case of Hummel figurines, you don't want to treat them like Smurfs. Even if you keep them wrapped in newspaper, do not bounce a Hummel off the wall, for example, or even the floor, because it will probably crack or break, and when you crack or break a Hummel, you can easily lose up to eighty or more percent of the value. The few that got broken way back when were just tossed in the garbage. Better to eat the loss and just replace it with new rapid profit. If you are not a clumsy klutz, you should be just fine. They generally come very wisely packaged. It is a norm, a standard that automatically comes to anyone with half a brain, and we are told that at least one in every twelve people DO in fact have at least half a brain, even when most of it may appear occupied elswise, or, worse, unoccupied at all. Whatever the brain function above, say, elementary or junior high school level, and sometimes less, Hummels can be sold in at least a hundred different nations, probably a good number more.
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