Despite direct or indirect access to nearly all of the world's billionaires, thanks to the Forbes list which provides adequate contact info for the nation's wealthiest, how is it that only eleven people are receiving personalized versions of this letter? At least one of us will find this to be a good question, even as unanimity is most desired.
Here, you're reminded that you hover on the edge of solid guarantees of vastly accelerating your success, vastly accelerating the development of your wealth, when you're smart enough to to solicit mentorship from those mentors whom YOU believe will help you get there faster. the Psychology of Longevity cannot stress sufficiently how fantastically prior masters and champions as well as current winners and leaders, role models and top producers will affect you, will affect your own skill levels pertaining to self-empowerment. You'll be shocked. Solicit as many mentors as you can, and don't hesitate to cover all areas. Obviously, each mentor needs to be matched with the specific skillset you are already working on improving. Solicit one or more mentors for each skillset. Forget being bashful. The single greatest power of all humans is the power to ask. Without any exception whatsoever, whoever asks the most people the greatest number of times will always and without exception end up with the most. Knowing this is the result of having great mentors. Rather than "Why Me?"
Reading a book or two per day for a thousand days is nice. After five thousand days, it's educational. After a thousand days of a book or three per day (ignoring all words with four or less letters - 107,000,000 lens in each of your eyes see and integrate those words, so we only need to remember forty words per page rather than four hundred, which increases your speed while multiplying your retention), the most predominant feeling becomes one of gratitude. That's because the greatest minds are those that not only achieve world-class results repeatedly, they yield the greater service to humanity by successfully conveying their findings, their methods, which translate into our shortcuts.
Effectively, those findings, both the detritus and ore of their experience, constitute the magnificently effective shortcuts which result for those who are bright enough to recognize genius, talent, or superlative skill, let alone combinations of same.
Your demonstration of the ability to pass on to us your methods of achieving as much as you have is why you are high in the eleven people I admire most of the best five thousand I've spent time with. So, who am I to offer admiration to those who require it the least? After converting a thousand essays into ten thousand web pages and then duplicating them wildly all over the internet, I remembered that different people respond to different stimuli. Some need to be coached with a caress, others need to be slapped into reality. The resulting variations of each of my PowerGem pages and surprisingly interactive EyeCandy delights dovetailed wonderfully with the search engine requirement that a page NOT be a mere mirror or duplicate page in order to attain and sustain high search engine listings, instead enjoys uniquity of content if not also presentation. That's where great shortcuts were applied several hundred thousand times in several hundred thousand particularly active minutes. These minutes differ from most people only in that each minute was a determined effort to exceed the quantity or quality of the previous minute's effort, much as you have demonstrated so many times in your life.
By following the rules, the Psychology of Longevity of Masters and Millionaires was able to develop hyperdominance for many hundreds of keywords and keyphrases. Even now, despite the challenge of Google working so hard to ban hundreds of my sites, most of the world's twenty-three thousand most popular search engines and directories are still providing the Psychology of Longevity with more top ten listings than any Fortune 100 company, outside of Amazon, Microsoft, E-Bay, and Harvard.edu. Twenty-one million external links coming back into the Psychology of Longevity and Lord knows how many millions of internal relative links. Success shortcuts, masters and millionaires, champions and billionaires, healthiest websites, shapelinks, MisterShortcut (eighteen different renderings of Mr. Shortcut through Mister_Shortcuts), and so much more, including, tragically, "911day" or "911day photos" or "911day tributes"
On each of several hundred thousand pages you can find a link to thehungersite (.com, .org., or .net). Each day, we estimate that up to two thirds of thehungersite's global clickthroughs are coming from a single pair of hands, up to and sometimes exceeding one hundred thousand clickthroughs per day, each clickthrough generating 1.1 cups of staple food, thanks to the terrific generosity of thehungersite and their corporate sponsors.
Throughout these years since that first link back to thehungersite in 2000, no one has known that hundreds of clickthroughs per day have become what is now literally hundreds of millions of clickthroughs. Who says MisterShortcut did not become one of the three richest men on earth, comparable only to Paul Newman and Bill Gates, philanthropists whose work has not only saved lives directly but reaches into the future as well, when greed and poor treatment of the least of us will by no means be materially diminished with the turning of Time's pages.
Now, with more than a million unique pages spread across dozens of servers, it looks as if the Psychology of Longevity and all other schools of thought promulgated by MisterShortcut, including the Psychology of Shortcuts, the Path to Good Health, the Psychology of Longevity and the Zen of Longevity and 187 others, may be here to stay.
With millions of visitors from more than a hundred countries checking in every month, hundreds of thousands who check in every day, this is the largest body of work by a human being in all of history. While the basis of the Psychology of Longevity is a mere three to five thousand original documents and perhaps twelve thousand pieces of interactive digital art along with some poetry, piano conertos and guitar ballads, etc., the rich range of versions and colors and delightfully interactive effects spread close to a million pieces wide.
Having neither solicited nor accepted any of the generous and even ridiculous propoals, payments or profferings that have come in, the mechanics of keeping all one thousand of the MisterShortcut sites up and running shall by dint of time alone, surpass the Longevity of the hands that have personally and exclusively created, operated, and maintained this global self-empowerment empire and network.
Many dozens of domains are owned and paid for for years to come. Hosting of those domains for the most part is paid for, in advance, at 24 different hosting companies until end of 2006 to 2007, a few until 2008.
The nature of the Psychology of Longevity is such that it must remain free for the global audience. I wouldn't object to books or downloadable versions being sold, as long as the websites themselves remain free for life. While recognizing all along that these pages are very well-suited to a variety of advertising for self-empowerment, financial and health products and services, etc., money itself is insufficient lure, beyond its ability to help. The challenge is, a bulk of any profits generated has to go to feed starving people, now and forever. That's where the rub comes in.
Marketing experts have advised to auction, for example, one hundred fully-developed domains. Because they have fully-developed websites beneath them, ranking highly at thousands of search engines - in many cases hyperdominantly, where up to ninety percent of the top 100 listings are for MisterShortcut-created pages... and inordinately popular: each site has more than a hundred thousand pages linking back not only to its index page but to thousands of internal pages as well, again, for each site).
How big? Well, on several hundred thousand pages on several hundred of the domains and subdomains, you can tap any character on your keyboard, upper-case or lower-case, to travel to another MisterShortcut creation.
Because the search engines penalize for having more than a hundred links on any one page, the master table of contents for each site alone requires thirty to seventy index pages just to list the pages at that website!
How I'm able to create each day several essays, and then create up to two hundred quite different versions of each, with up to a hundred or more differences per page, doesn't really matter. After all, my know that shortcuts the passion of MisterShortcut, so it would require no degrees in advanced rocket science to conflate the use of shortcuts with the creation of right?
So, what to do? It is understood that an auction could generate up to several hundred dollars per page for these million-plus pages, and that amount of money can sponsor a great deal of food being distributed. It is the lasting nature of the Psychology of Longevity that concerns us first, however. You see, it's the greatest collection of success shortcuts ever assembled, because it's the result of studying and interacting with more than five thousand and two hundred masters, millionaires, champions and billionaires. Nothing is more important than making sure that the have-nots of the world have access to such timeless, transparently powerful information. Let it not be said that every human hasn't been given direct glimpses, gazes and gawkings into the best of their own potential. Let the tools of excellence be presented to every child on earth with access to a computer, at no charge. Let every single child be reminded repeatedly that greatness is a development of choice, not prize of serendipitous birth into affluence, not the result of anything but self-determination and perpsiration, palliated by the accelerating and energizing effect of useful shortcuts.
What to do, what to do?
Auction? Sale to a philanthropist who promises to keep the sites free for all time or until the shrub's grandson's effect the end of days? Self-publish and let the sites die after MisterShortcut has departed our mortal coil? What to do, what to do?
This letter is sent in solicitation and pursuit of ten minutes of your mentorship, perhaps fifteen, tops.
Because you are one of the few world masters I've not had the honor of interviewing or breaking bread with, there is markedly reduced chance of your being affected by the force of personality of the undersigned, having never engaged in the pleasure of your immediate company. That promulgates a higher probability of neutrality on your part, as MisterShortcut is both blessed and cursed with perfectly memorable comportment that tends to affect people. That explains these past ten years of withdrawing from social consciousness, so to speak: celebrity has zero advantages and too many drawbacks to productivity.
That's about it. The best and the wisest and most compressed of your wisdom and experience is sought. I will not be present too much longer, and solicit your guidance on the best method of assuring that future generations get to enjoy the fruits, benefits, and educainment of the Psychology of Longevity of Masters and Millionaires.
EXAMPLE: "The greatest and most empowering successful shortcuts to success of masters and millionaires, champions and billionaires at the Healthiest Wealthiest website online - helping you to help yourself, with 911day photos and tributes, by MisterShortcut MrShortcut Mr_Shortcut Mister-Shortcuts, Mister-Shortcut, Godfather of EyeCandy at the Psychology of Longevity ."
Keeping in mind that search engines ignore words such as "the," "and," "that," etc., take any two words in that sentence and type them into your browser. Masters and Millionaires Psychology of Longevity is so huge it's already in your computer, chuckle chuckle. You don't even have to go to the search engine, just typing these keywords or keyphrases in your browswer is sufficient. You can go to any of 23,000 search engines and directories and see the results you get. (Yes, all the Dr. David Cohen sites are by MisterShortcut). Should you type any THREE of the keywords in that sentence, you should get a true measure of what legitimate hyperdominance is on the search engines. There are many others, from biosyntony or Shapelinks to "best success shortcuts" or "masters shortcuts" shortcuts of millionaires or shortcuts of billionaires or shortcuts of champions, "shortcuts of role models and top achievers," "shortcuts of leaders and winners," ad nearly inifinitum. All by following the rules of the search engines, no spamming or cramming or cheating. My favorite is a tie between "hunger shortcuts" and "shapelinks."
What to do, what to do?
When I grow up, I'd like my contribution to the world to be on your level, with my own flavor. There can be no dispute that your actions have already begun to affect numerous generations. Your demonstrated ability to achieve world-class results again and again and again provides a wealth of proof that you possess the wisdom of the ancients. Not to be confused with unctuous fawning, this empirical proof of your excellence is that we can get our information from the horse's mouth, or get caught at the wrong end of the horse. We have decades of evidence that you're the horse's mouth, and we've already used up half of the requested fifteen minutes maximum. Whattya think, Boss? Can and will you help to universalize the largest charitable and empowerment drive in history, the Psychology of Longevity ?
(... and hundreds of related schools of thought, containing five hundred to five thousand pages each)
Develop more of who you are with the Psychology of Longevity .
The world is packed with shortcuts, you're SURROUNDED by shortcuts.
They are the mistakes and the successes achieved by those who pioneer.
Those who do it the best consistently come from those who do it the worst.
Did you know that? Most major world records you can name are held by such people.
They are "golden loser," because they take the worst of their worst and make it their best.
It is the single most important and compelling message in Napoleon Hill's "Think And Grow Rich."
One book, which hundreds of millionaires have attributed their success to. That makes it a good book.
From the middle-aged office cleaner working on a midnight shift who found the book in a garbage,
whose worst trait was her hair, to the snarly waitress whose worst was her snide remarks,
both Phylis Diller and RoseAnne Barr made fantastic fortunes entraining their worst
You keep telling us what you could do "...if only." Now, we prove that to be a lie.
Whatever it is you could do and should do, nows comes down to "would do."
In the next twenty-four hours, everyone around you forms an opinion.
They base this opinion based on what you do and say in this day.
Instantly going into your highest gear with all that you do,
doing so as if there are flames in both of your pockets,
instantly and repeatedly accelerates all your results.
This works with approximately 100 percent of life,
one hundred percent of all the things you ever do.
This magnificent shortcut works here and now,
it's now being used by millions of masters.
Please, close your mouth. Don't tell us.
Show us. Better yet, show yourself.
Act with excellence all the time.
No matter your accent or color,
your dollars or lack thereof,
excellence is your choice.
A very personal choice.
So, please speak less.
Do just a bit more.
Designed to help you to help yourself,
to empower you to empower yourself,
by The Godfather of EyeCandy, for You
These are secrets of Masters and millionaires,
the best shortcuts of champions and billionaires,
and without a doubt YOUR best Shortcuts to succeeding.
Enjoy, and teach yourself here, if only one new fact per day.
Put away the CC's: The Psychology of Longevity is free for your life.
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Let's give just a few tiny and still huge gems dropped by mentors that provide massive, even vast acceleration:
1) Do not allow your eyes to stop on any word with three letters or less. (With 107,000,000 sophisticated lenses in each eyeball, your eyes and brain will pick up those words. By eliminating them from your conscious consideration, you double your speed and cut by thirty percent the number of words you need to remember. Your brain receives and remembers and replaces them when you use your memory function to bring back what you read.)
For whatever stupid reasons or excuses you might offer, no one's ever taught you that before. This one shortcut effectively erases fully eighty percent of all that you were taught in your original reading lessons. That's why you have not read twice as fast as you have up until this minute, which changes your life forever, because you're now going to remember more of what you read, forever, and you'll do it in less time, forever, and you'll get much more done with the thousands and thousands of minutes you save with this one undeniably powerful shortcut. Let's continue with high-power shortcuts that eliminate eighty percent of the standard learning curve to excellence.
2) Piano keyboards have black and white keys. Where two black keys are together you have a "d." To the left you're going down, to the right you're going up. Starting with "a," you now know how to play every major note: a, b, c, d, e, f, and g. Since you know where the "d" is, you know where all the others are, if you know your abc's, hm? Get ready for the next thirty seconds, because you're about to learn every major chord on the piano, in a matter of seconds.
Play any one of the notes you have learned: a, b, c, d, e, f, or g. Play that note ten times and say it out loud. While you're doing so, start playing the note FOUR keys to the right of your note. Yes, you count black and white as one key each. Play those two notes at the same time ten times. Move a third finger THREE keys to the right of the second note you're playing. Play all three at the same time and say out loud the name of the first note. You see, my friend, the first note you play is also the name of the chord you're now playing. Yep, with those three notes, that magical little code of 1 + 4 + 3, you now know how to play every major chord: a, b, c, d, e, f, and g.
If I understand this correctly you, perhaps someone who has never played a piano before, now know how to play the major chords. To complete this picture with staggering impact on your life in this single minute of one hundred or more piano lessons shoved into just sixty seconds or so, play any chord ten times and say it out loud. You have three fingers touching the piano keys, right? Whichever one is in the middle, move it one key to the left and you now know how to play every minor chord: a, b, c, d, e, f, and g. Should you move all three fingers one key to the left you're playing your chord in flat; when you move all three fingers to the right of your original position of ANY chord, you're now playing sharp.
Okay hotstuff, you now know the chords to more than five hundred thousand songs. Nothing left but practice. Don't say you cannot master something at vastly accelerated rates, because you've just absorbed, processed, and filed two of the most powerful sets of shortcuts that anyone could ever hope for in the way of being mentored. Soliciting mentorship from those who have already done better than you in the specific, even narrow interest of whatever you propose to excel at.
Learn to solicit mentors. People love to be reminded that they're great at something... most notably those who are worthy of such admiration. They are our greatest mentors; they love to share their secrets of success; for the most part, they are only waiting for you to ask for their help, their wisdom, their developed guidance to your own accelerated success.
Solicit Mentors Uniquely
One advisory: don't bother asking for help for something that you're going to do; only for those things you've already thrown yourself into with passion. That's the one hook, the one catch that exists in most every great thing in the world, because you cannot, to quote Henry Ford, build a reputation based on what you're going to do. You are never going to excel at anything you don't have a passion for, so why bother?
Soliciting mentors is easy, and you can start very quickly. Hush up and start looking for those people who are doing it much better than you, whatever "it" is, for you. Ask them to lunch, ask their advice, and always remind them in one way of another that you wish to be like them when you grow up. Doesn't matter if you're fourteen or fifty; these are good words to say to any human being who has earned those words. More often than not, you will find these magical thoughts open up doors that may have been locked to dozens, scores, hundreds or thousands of people before you over the years. Touch the magic buttons and you'll successfully solicit mentorship from masters and champions.
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We click this food button and the one that pops open; we help save a human life... no charge to either of us.
the Psychology of Longevity invites, exhorts, and instructs you to clickthrough each day.
EVERY time that you do, you absolutely guarantee to bring yourself at least as much benefit as you are distributing.
Never underestimate the power of Newton's Third Law of Physics: what goes up.... ... and what goes around...
Perhaps Newton is an insufficient mentor?
Newton himself is one of the great mentors, and it doesn't matter that he's dead and gone for centuries.
You can still solicit and secure the mentorship of Isaac Newton himself... by applying his laws.
Why Me For The Psychology of Longevity
give thought to "Try Me!"
Denis Waitley taught this well.
"Why me?" leads to unprofitability.
"Try me!" inevitably leads to great profits.
So, let's turn the "Why Me?" into a true "Try me!"
Here, you're reminded that you hover on the edge of solid guarantees of vastly accelerating your success, vastly accelerating the development of your wealth, when you're smart enough to to solicit mentorship from those mentors whom YOU believe will help you get there faster. the Psychology of Longevity cannot stress sufficiently how fantastically prior masters and champions as well as current winners and leaders, role models and top producers will affect you, will affect your own skill levels pertaining to self-empowerment. You'll be shocked. Solicit as many mentors as you can, and don't hesitate to cover all areas. Obviously, each mentor needs to be matched with the specific skillset you are already working on improving. Solicit one or more mentors for each skillset. Forget being bashful. The single greatest power of all humans is the power to ask. Without any exception whatsoever, whoever asks the most people the greatest number of times will always and without exception end up with the most. Knowing this is the result of having great mentors.
Solicit as many mentors as you can, and don't hesitate to cover all areas. Obviously, each mentor needs to be matched with the specific skillset you are already working on improving. Solicit one or more mentors for each skillset. Forget being bashful. The single greatest power of all humans is the power to ask. Without any exception whatsoever, whoever asks the most people the greatest number of times will always and without exception end up with the most. Knowing this is the result of having great mentors.
Rather than "Why Me?"