Your actions speak more, and louder, too;
fulfill the promise we once thought of you.
Commit to the drama Life bought for you.
Gird your loins, gather your skirts,
there's work to do, it must not be shirked.
the silence calls out, the people are hungry,
the train's at the station, waiting for lumber.
The oil and the gas have gone by the wayside,
Life's not meant to be a free hayride. Workers unite!
Pick up your tools, there's work to be done,
the day has arrived where it touches each one.
To each their own task, beneath public mask,
with all that you've got, all a nation can ask.
Impregnably not, disdainfully hot,
each of you has your place.
The goal is no less than freedom defined,
please help save the human race.
Where money once ran down the hill as it should,
it now flows straight up by the will of but few.
Stand up and shout out your voice for us all,
let your name be recorded in Freedom Hall,
as a child who stood up for Mom and Dad,
or a parent who cared that their kids have been had.
Don't let this day pass in silence again,
as you've watch them get rich again and again.
They care not if you, or your children shall live,
to themselves goes the wealth to whom they give.
It's the bling and chah-ching that ring their bliss,
charity's coffers hardly lost in their midst
Now the sun and the trees do their job in the places
where gas and oil trailed their bloodiest traces
Your duty, your knowledge, your power,
create strength, the ultimate tower;
that which outlasts
the most boorish of souls,
like the arrogant Nazi,
that tourist in Rome.
This is your time,
This is your turn;
choose to live life,
or you can learn to burn.
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Not coincidentally, it's the largest website network online.
Packed with magnificently effective shortcuts of top achievers and winners,
The Psychology of Shortcuts is your daily reminder to squeeze out just one more percent.
See how easy it is to become a superstar? One percent is your magical number.
Anything and everything from pennies to poetry, persuasion to promotion...
anything you increase by one percent a hundred times is worth 1,000x.
This not merely the opinion of the Psychology of Shortcuts;
it is a perfectly delicious fact and power of mathematics.
The catch is, of course, not to touch any of the profit.
You must let that tiny one percent accumulate 100x.
In every case you will have no less than double.
Go ahead, do the math yourself right now.
Gu up one percent... a thousand times.
You have 1,000x what you began with.
Use more of your power immediately.
Come, into the winner's circle.
Put your money away, dear.
The best is free.
Such is me,
Indeed. Shapetalk here and shapetalk there, does anyone know why Shapetalk dares?
Shapetalk exists to help you along, with Shapetalk you'll find you can hardly go wrong.
Shaped by the master in training each day, to pursue the better and faster way.
Shapetalk for shortcuts, Shapetalk to shortcuts, are we catching on at last?
Shapetalk is meant as well, to indicate, quite how the die was cast.
The Psychology of Shortcuts welcomes you to the best of you.
You knew many of these powerful shortcuts as a child.
At puberty, you became aware of new levels,
and inexplicably dropped your old ones.
That's not your best move, is it?
Fortunately, we can pick up,
yes, pick up where we left off,
when knowledge came in without color,
when you thought before deciding a question,
rather than deciding before thinking, as you do now.
If you want to taste the best in life, bring out the best in you.
Everything you do can be done with mediocrity, or with excellence.
The funniest thing about obituaries is that we write our own, years in advance,
and yet no one ever tells us this until we have already written most of it... with our actions.
What you do day after day speaks so loudly we can hardly hear a word you are saying... day after day.
The Psychology of Shortcuts is a living reminder that when you try less, you get less; when you try more, you get more.
When you ask five times, when you ask ten times, you have some chance of obtaining what you want.
Asking several hundred thousand times assures you of receving far more than you have now.
I asked a thousand people to click on the food buttons, and some of them did.
I asked ten thousand people ten times each, and some of them did.
When I asked a million people ten times each, some of they did.
Today, here, now, you are the individual being invited.
Save a life, no charge to you, and we'll build.
Building a better you is building a world.
Your Psychology of Shortcuts
There is some humor in hearing the query, "So, where are the success shortcuts?"
The Psychology of Shortcuts affirms that they are pretty much found where you look.
We do not want "bad guys" using these fantastic shortcuts, do we, not our PowerGems?
So, the Psychology of Shortcuts conceals the best shortcuts right here in plain site and sight.
Hardly a page, if any, in the millions of pages crafted for you in the Psychology of Shortcuts and beyond,
that doesn't contain at least one or a dozen of the best and most useful shortcuts you can accelerate success with.
Shortcuts are not about what you hope for, unless you are willing to add a date to that hope, which transforms it into a goal.
Shortcuts are about what you hunger the most for, because each time you know what you want, and when you expect to achieve it by,
you are already at least one third, maybe even halfway to accelerating your way right into the heart of what it is that you most want.
NOTHING you ever encounter is as powerful as the gasoline of hunger, whatever it is that you personally desire most of all.
Put this in your pipe and smoke it: You can only move in the direction that your brain points you towards.
So, point your brain to idiotic and fruitless, profitless anger, or point your brain to fixing what irked you.
The precise energy that you put into anger or depression, sadness or laughter or love or any other emotion,
any other named human activity in the pursuit of excellence in something physical, mental, philanthropic and more,
is the same energy that the Psychology of Shortcuts urges you to aim towards what you want, not what you don't want.
Earl Nightingale had such a gravelly voice, deep and husky and energetic.
Millions of us thrilled to hear him share one of the most magical secrets of all time,
which he aptly called, "The Strangest Secret," comprised of only six small words!
He said, "we become what we think about."
He quoted holy books with their versions.
Many religions teach we move towards our thought.
Didn't Siddartha, called "Buddha" by so many, agree?
Didn't Siddartha teach that, just as a fletcher (arrow-maker)
straightens an arrow shaft, so does the discerning man straighten his mind?
Earl Nightingale spoke the truth, and there is no doubt he was speaking to you.
Your endlessly repetitive excuses for so ardently embracing your daily mediocrity,
are nothing but excuses, because there is, as Artie Marzig taught, one reason for failing.
The Psychology of Shortcuts is like a huge vat of opportunities to live beyond inadequate effort.
Until you get so hungry for something that anything less is unacceptable, we stay mired in mediocrity.
Why even bother living if you are not going to live at the highest levels of what you claim you "could" do?
Helen Keller used to say that life is an exciting adventure or it is nothing at all, and she was blind, deaf, and mute.
Helen Keller actually went to school, and graduated as valedictorian, earned college degrees, wrote best selling books,
and served for more than half a century - get this - "people who have much less than I do." You are out of acceptable excuses!
Whatever your excuses, it is time for you to engage your own Psychology of Shortcuts attitude.
Everything gets easier, more productive, infinitely more satisfying with the Psychology of Shortcuts.
This simply means that, most every waking minute of the day, you look more at answers than at problems.
Yes, yes, of course you need to identify the obstacles. Think of these less as problems, and more as "obstacles,"
because problems tend to be very rough on each of us, whereas obstacles are only something that needs removal.
On those rare, genuinely rare occasions where an obstacle cannot be moved, learn to move around or over it, then.
Since most of our dreams and goals are accomplished with at least some help from others, it means asking more.
When you ask more people more times each, you do not merely increase, no, no, you MULTIPLY your success rates.
This is easily the single greatest power of a human, the power to become a thousand times more than what you are.
When you secure the cooperation of other people, particularly the decision-makers who have the power to say "Yes,"
you are securing the opportunity for your mind and body to be free of petty distractions, between you and your power.
The greatest of your powers has yet to be seen, and the Psychology of Shortcuts wants you to use and show that power today.
Ask more people more times each. Know precisely what it is you want so that you can move closer to it with each of your days.
NO MAYBE'S ABOUT IT: Shortcuts follow shortcuts when you remain focused on shortcuts.
Literally, one shortcut leads us to another shortcut, because success tends to breed success.
If you know that you do not always get what you want, then also know you usually get what you expect.
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These are the great shortcuts of masters and millionaires, the great shortcuts of champions and billionaires,
indubitably YOUR shortcuts to succeeding. That's why the Psychology of Shortcuts is here for your life.
We are all looking for the secrets of success. As children, we try to figure the secrets of success....
or we try to re-write the way that we engage these secrets of success. Only rarely do we succeed at this.
As adults, however, we recognize many of the true secrets of success, and yet, only use them rarely, if at all.
Most of the time, we use our secrets of success for truly petty matters, and those issues that constitute urgencies.
When your life is little more than a minor conversation, or a series of minor conversations, success secrets mean little.
You can reverse this situation through the gift of self-empowerment, using all of your resources, and using success shortcuts.
Again, let us change your life from one of minor conversations, to one of major conversations. It is a delicious improvement for self.