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Consider the following in relation to yourself. You might figure out that you have more to offer than previously believed, demonstrated, or pursued... in YOUR existence. Focus on your excellence through duplicating the excellence of role models.
When J.C. Penney went bankrupt, he sent letters to every creditor, promising 100% repayment.
J.C. Penney worked each day. It required nearly 6,000 days, on fire, to repay all of his debtors from the bankruptcy. If you are in fact as bright as you and the Psychology of Shortcuts believe you to be, you will rapidly recognize the brilliant lessons of brilliant people: Every day was an urgent group of hours working at his dream.
He not only paid everyone off, he built his store into America's largest chain.
In other words, he started out behind where you are now.
Jimmy was still teaching kindergarten at the age of thirtytwo, past his thirty-fifth birthday, right on into his thirty-ninth year. Submitting one manuscript after another, each rejected, and not always so politely,he maintained his urgency, and took daily steps. Forty-two years old, still teaching kindergarten. Age forty-five, indeed, still teaching those kindergarten kids. At forty-six, his first book was published, and he went on to become so successful he anonymously gave money away on several thousand separate occasions, through a forty-year period, totaling ninety million dollars to charity! Do you know better than James Michener, who took a tiny step every day for a thousand days, and another thousand, and another?
How badly can a kid feel getting kicked off his high school basketball team because he played so badly? He wanted so much to be the best that he treated it as an urgent need. the only reason he'd gotten on the team in the first place was because he met the coach every morning at 7:30 for a full year after failing two different tryouts. He took daily action, and reaped phenomenal rewards. Ineluctably, you will, too.His name, as you may already know or have figured out, none other than Michael Jordan: thrown off his team for poor play, proving, for the fourth year in a row, that he had little or no talent for basketball. So, the young boy relied on skill, instead, and treated it urgently. How " Psychology of Shortcuts " of him, don't you think?
Treat your life desires with the fire of your emergencies.
Find people who are already better than you are at your chosen goal.
Ask for their help. they'll give it, more often than you have proven to realize, based on the fruits you have not enjoyed... as a direct result of your not having asked. The greatest of all Psychology of Shortcuts PowerGems is the power of asking, and in particular, using the power of asking more people more times each. Since no power you ever develop is likely to exceed the power of asking, you are urged and cajoled, instructed and admonished to ask more people more times each. In the case of Michael Jordan, he asked and actually begged the coach over and over to give him another chance. Michael, most importantly, asked more of himself, over and over and over again with more practice than you have ever likely engaged in, at least up until now. Take more control of your minutes! Reach for more of your best efforts! So many payoffs, so many wonderful, mutually or universally beneficial payoffs.
Instead of making excuses for why you're not doing it, use the same energy and effort to list ways to get it done; to list people or agencies who might be able to help.
More to the point, have you lost your mind? Here you had the opportunity in these past twenty-four hours to tap intoat least ten or twenty powerful sources of help, yet how many have you asked?
Whether or not you deserve it, you know good and well that you can ask at least ten or twenty people, ten or twenty organizations, for help, in this next twenty-four-hour period. We are specifically asking you personally how many of them you will contact?
Since you are going to receive whatever you ask most often for in your life,why not ask for more? More of yourself, and your daily efforts, and yes, more help from as many of Earth's five billion people?
Itís not what you're able to do; it's what youíre willing to do.. Öin the next sixty seconds and sixty minutes and sixty days. This may come as a surprise to you: there is no Santa Claus.
You want it? Great.Go get it. Ask for help.
With no competition, this is the single greatest,
past,present or future.
Forget the art of success, requiring charm, suasion, golden tongues and thoughtful articulate replies. In the next hour or two, and beyond, make use of the SCIENCE of success, requiring only the duplication of a formula, precisely as you do when you use a recipe to duplicate a dish you want to eat.
It's important for all of us to remember that we do not, in fact, we NEVER stop doing something because we fail; in each case we fail because we stop. This is nothing less than a fantastic power for you to tap instantly and generously, gaining equally immediate benefit. USE IT BACKWARDS!! Consciously and intentionally work backwards to live it forwards! Knowing that the exclusive foundation of every failure is cessation of effort, CHANGE IT!!
You already know, hopefully, that it's unlikely that you'll need to ask a thousand people, just because Harlan Sanders did, and got turned down by a thousand. He must've been pretty pitiful in his approach to be laughed at by so many people, rejected by so many people. Here's a man who went so far from his home looking for money for his idea that he actually stopped going home.
Year after year, past his 67th birthday and his 68th and 69th, he kept asking and asking and asking. He was close to 70 years of age before he raised enough money to open his first Kentucky Fried Chicken, and legend has it that when he died, he took his forty-five million dollars with him. Not too bad for a guy who'd never taken home $400 in a single week -- through five decades of work. the only measurable change in his life was his decision, at age 65, to ask as many people as it took until he opened the door to his dream. He understood that every single "No" brought him mathematically and intractably one step closer to the word he wanted to hear. He asked enough people to hear the word "Yes."
He wrote down the names of one thousand and eight people who turned him down. How happy do you think he was that he didn't stop at a thousand and eight? Can you imagine if he had? Do you think he would even have KNOWN that he was less than one one-thousandth away from the realization of his dream (and tens of millions of dollars in his pocket, to boot) had he stopped at one thousand and eight people? It was that final ask, wasn't it? Just like water being heated up to only 211 degrees Fahrenheit, and never getting to boil.
"Colonel" Harlan Sanders asked enough people to hear the word "yes." Will you? Is your dream worth it? If not, we strenuously urge you to contribute to natural conservation of resources by inhaling a quart or three of ocean water. the value of your life is measured by history and n ature by how many people you have benefited from. the funniest, most ironic and poetically justice-oriented fact of this life is that you can have whatever you want in this life -- provided you help enough other people get what they want. That's how and why this document, and a hundred others of the same genre have been created and uploaded to more than four hundred different free websites, one at a time before being submitted to a hundred and more search engines -- again, one at a time.
I have a dream of helping people to help themselves. It has enriched me far beyond my expectations, and now Newton's 3rd Law of Physics, which promises an equal and opposite reaction to every action in the universe, demands its due.
This is the basis for Easy Street, USA producing the Masters and Millionaires live and radio shows, websites, columns, workshops, and more: we ask more people, and we ask each person more times.
That's the final thought of this piece, and you're invited to stop talking, cease opining, and simply drink in the wisdom gleaned from thousands, and then more thousands of individual champions and world-class masters and millionaires. More than anything else on earth, they know that asking once or twice is rarely sufficient. Just as all one hundred of America's top sales closers have clearly stated (individually!!), in one form or another, that "No" does not mean "NO," it means "You haven't given me enough reasons yet for me to say "YES."
Just as it was with your ice cream cones as a child: when you wanted it badly enough, you didn't settle for that first "No," did you? You asked, you pleaded, cried, demanded, pouted, charmed and kissed your way into that ice cream cone, didn't you?
Every single thing you ever want in your life is identical to that ice cream situation, that ice cream desire: the more you ask, the more you receive
Who are the ten people or organizations you will ask directly in the next 24 hours for their help?
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