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Magnificent things happen in your life when you raise your belief levels.
That doesn't mean that a positive attitude suffices to solve problems,
because so far none of us have seen any useful evidence of that.
What it DOES mean is that your brain becomes better tuned,
more attuned, to resolve the challenges that every human faces.
Adapting to change requires flexibility, a most profitable trait to have.
As Erskine said, it's not the cards that life deals us; it's how we play those cards.
Being flexible in most of your thoughts provides you quick, enormous advantages.
The Psychology of Shortcuts aims to keep each of us in a better frame of mind,
thinking, acting, and speaking as masters and champions habitually do.
Who does it the best knows it the best, and is most worth imitating.
Every human gets fourteen hundred and forty minutes per day.
How those minutes get invested determine our outcomes.
The Psychology of Shortcuts seeks to shape those minutes.
With the Psychology of Shortcuts, your growth is repeatedly accelerated.
It is just not possible for you to learn less about anything, so, learn more.
Three new facts per day about a narrow subject of interest does wonders.
In one hundred days or so, you literally move into world-class territory.
Your mastery is assured by your own internal Psychology of Shortcuts.
Learning more means living more, with the Psychology of Longevity.
Air-dried sea salt, never-heated oil, bulk, and probiotics, that's it.
Obeying this undermines eighty percent of what normally ails us.
Learning to live more means giving more, which IS living more,
among the core foundations of the Psychology of Shortcuts,
and no less a Psychology of Longevity prime feature.
As long as you continue doing things the same way every day, your results cannot change.
Doing things the same way repeatedly while expecting a different result is, medically, insane.
That's right, it's the actual medical definition of insanity, so let's try avoid that whenever possible.
This is the time, this is the place, this is the Psychology of Shortcuts, a most empowering place.