Self-Empowerment: The Psychology of Shortcuts of Masters and Champions

Funny how different the fourteen-year-old mind can be from that of an adult
The Psychology of Shortcuts seeks to turn everything to beneficial advantage.
If you could know the Psychology of Shortcuts at age fourteen, what about today?

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"I am sure I will someday ________________________."

Denis Waitley taught us that
"Someday I'll..." is really "Someday Isle,"
located in an ocean called NOWHERE!
"Someday I'll...."
... is a big fat lie; so let's fix that for you right here and now


"I am sure I will someday ________________________."

Surely you are human enough to have uttered this sentence in your earlier years.
In fact, you may well have said it - more than once - in recent years.

For some of us, those words have validity even today, hm?

Whatever circumstances you might have been experiencing when you were fourteen, you were 100% certain that by 20, 70, 30, 40, -- take your pick -- you'd be _________________________________.


Go ahead; have a little fun; provide a quick pleasure.
Fill in the blanks!     Yes, now.

Unless you are a genuine vegetable, in which case you wouldn't even have gotten this far, there are things you would still like to do, be, and have in this life. If you are this minute offered ten thousand dollars cash for every item you can list, how many things can you list that you would still like to be able to do before you die?

Go ahead, give it a shot: _________________________________________________________


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Can we go back just to your seventeenth birthday? Whether your memories of your seventeenth birthday are good or bad, you had at least a few powerful thoughts going on about your future. Is it not worth ten or twelve seconds to recall just what your beliefs were, or, more importantly, what your hopes for the future were when you were seventeen? Unless you've dulled your mind with lack of effort, are you capable of recreating, in your mind's eye --- right now -- the beliefs you held when you were fifteen to twenty years of age about where you'd be at age 30, 40, etc? Can you do it right now, as you read this?
If you couldn't be bothered doing this, please go bang your head against the wall repeatedly.

Fill in the margins, too. Write down several things that you were sure of 5, or 10, or even 20 years back if you can remember that far with at least a little bit of clarity (If not, then you must be senile, which is surely a sign that it's time to just give it all up, and this page, too).
Now, please identify for me the precise day that you woke up and decided to live a day that was virtually identical to the day before. Get up, punch a clock, go to work, have a drink. go home,....

Was yesterday pretty much the same as the day before? What about today? Got anything special planned for this evening? Are you trying to tell me that you did at least ONE MEASLY THING towards achieving anything that you want? Yeah, right.

How many languages do you speak? When was the last time you looked at your mate & saw something to be grateful for? (and commented on). Do you have at least ten to twenty grand socked away? Ever wanted to learn how to play guitar or piano, but just "haven't had the time? To nail bullseyes w/ bow & arrow, or darts? If you haven't either told or shown your kids recently that you love them, you'll understand how much you'll have contributed to them becoming losers: people who stop trying for a happy & rewarding life at some weird, unexplained date in time... usually in their 20', or early 30's, when they really don't believe in themselves...deep down... and so they stop trying... y'know, kinda like.... you?

Short and sweet: whenever we want something, whether it's a date with that verrrry nice-looking person over there, to learning new material for work, school, or what-have you, we find more ways to do it, have it, get it,... and if we can't find ways to do it... we create them.

Now I realize, and do understand, that most of the people who read this... ESPECIALLY you college graduates... are waaaaaay too stupid to actually change. You're so educated that you think you know what to do. If so, you'd be doing it. I know, I know: you've all got excellent "reasons" for just why it is you're not at the point in life you believed you'd be just 5, 10, or perhaps 20 years ago.

The Psychology of Shortcuts does not suggest or insist that you must go out and be a Leonardo da Vinci, a George Washington Carver, a Thomas Edison, or a Thomas Jefferson, in terms of accomplishments in so many different disciplines, as each of these men did...
but you can bet your bottom dollar that the single largest commonality observed in every single one of more than five thousand successful people was that each and every one of them failed... hundreds and thousands of times more than you and your whole family put together!!     Because they TRIED more.

I'm not much on spectator sports, & I don't know if you are, but I'm asking you to consider the following:

-- Far more than any other baseball player, Babe Ruth suffered the greatest number of strikeouts. And the second-worst strikeout king? Hank Aaron. then Mickey Mantle. That's right, the three biggest home run kings also struck out far more than any other players. Think it's coincidence?

2) What most ardent football fans likely remember about Fran Tarkenton is that he successfully completed more passes than any other NFL quarterback in history. Do you think there's some connection w/ the fact that he also had more of his passes intercepted than any other NFL qb?

-- Ricky Henderson stole more bases than any other man in baseball history.... and yes, he was tagged out more times than any other. Are you catching on yet?

Do you think it a coincidence that Wilma Rudolph, a childhood victim of polio, went on to become the fastest lady in American history who broke THREE world records when she won three gold medals in the Olympics...? (Her records stand unbroken).

-- The greatest hitter in baseball was a man named Ty Cobb. His lifetime baseball average, over a period of many years, was an astonishing .367! No one has come close in the past 30-40 years. Here we have Ty Cobb, a professional, the best who ever lived. The fact that he had the highest average in history does not, change the fact that as good as even Ty Cobb was, he failed two times out of every three tries!! You've done no less, today you can do more.

If I offer you ten thousand dollars cash for every item you can list, how many things can you list that you would still like to be able to do before you die?


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If you DID have the brains to fill in those blanks, I have got some very exciting information for you:

  1. Without exception, the human brain and system ALWAYS and without fail, moves towards its current "most dominant thought."
    If you understand that statement, and CREATE a new set of dominant thoughts, watch what happens.

  2. If you can write down on paper what your primary goal is,
  3. establish a date by which you intend to achieve it
  4. list all of the obstacles you can expect to encounter
  5. list the skills/info you'll need to develop OR sharpen
  6. list the people/organizations/agencies that can help you achieve it
  7. list the STEP-BY-STEP PLAN OF ACTION
  8. WHY you want it
and then take daily steps toward it, you will find, within the next 25 days, that numerous areas of your life are improving at a l i t e r a l l y astonishing rate...


Should you mistakenly think that the Psychology of Shortcuts is trying to be humorous or deceptive, there is no need to believe the Psychology of Shortcuts on faith alone: Shut up and DO IT !!!!
Results... measurable, impressive results... are unconditionally guaranteed to occur.

In April, 1991, I was told by Dr. Greg Loomis, Albany Medical Center superstar neurosurgeon, that the bulging & herniated discs, acute chronic cervical arthritis, extensive nerve damage, cervical AND lumbrosacral radiculopathy, & other mechanical damages sustained in a 100+ MPH collision, would leave me in a wheelchair for life: no surgery, no therapy, no pharmaceutical protocols would ever change this inevitable outcome. His opinion was supported by 4 other orthopedic/neurological specialists. To boot, I was "marked" as a loser by my own family who pretty well disowned me, voicing their certitude that I would never amount to anything... ever.
I made a decision {from the Latin root that means "to cut off" (from any other possibility)} to study all I could find on how to go from "Loser" to "Winner," & how to defeat massive medical challenges.

Between 4/91 & 12/94, I read more than 1700 books on these subjects & was blessed by the gifts of Monsignor Bernard Kellogg, rest in peace, who saw more in me than my own flesh and blood did.
He invested thousands of dollars, purchasing for me, and more, securing for the development of the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity, tape cassettes, videos, laser discs, books, & more.
I studied these subjects 10-16 hrs pr day. I sought commonalities, & began PUTTING THEM TO USE.

I came home to LI with a box of sweatsuits, nine boxes of the most advanced research in cybernetic functions of the human brain/body, psychoneuroimmunology, peak performance by 5200 of the most successful human beings of the past 300 years; & case histories of 1500 "golden losers," people who had turned horrid challenges into successful lives. Many of them are people whose names you will recognize. I also had $180 in cash. Have I changed the world since then? Of course not; yet, when I wake up each day, I AM excited about today.

I've obtained an executive position, I have a $15,000 wardrobe, two cars, two motorcycles; a variety of advanced electronic "toys," such as the computer I'm producing this on; hundreds of CD's; thousands of dollars in the bank; I've paid off 8 grand in debts, & still manage to carry a couple of thousand in pocket.
Best of all, I get to invest time and other resources into working with some s e r i o u s l y disadvantaged people, & what a payoff that is!

You'd be seriously mistaken if you think that these past few paragraphs are designed to impress you.    Not by a long shot: I am hoping to impress UPON you a very basic set of axioms:

As soon as you:

  • precisely what it is you want,
  • setting a deadline for its achievement
  • enumerating the expected obstacles
  • the people who can help you
  • the skills/info you'll need
  • a step-by-step plan of action, and
  • a clear reason for doing it (WHY? Precisely how will I benefit?),
you'll see that you have taken the beginning steps that have been consciously or not-so-consciously taken by each and every successful human being of those 5200 I studied.
Please believe me: knowing this information is not enough.
Contrary to popular belief, knowledge is NOT power: A core understanding, a visceral comprehension of the Psychology of Shortcuts requires each of us to understand that knowledge is only potential power. It becomes power only when we take ACTION upon that knowledge.

The Latins & Greeks knew what they were doing when they created our language. For example, look at the word SATISFACTION. "SATISFACTION" is a feeling, right?     If you want satisfaction in life, we first have to look at the last six letters of the word satisfaction.Look carefully.  

Now, look at the "fac" in the middle. That important piece of this Psychology of Shortcuts PowerGem comes from the Latin root (facere) meaning "to create," as in   "manufacture." Next, look at the first five letters of "satisfaction:" "Satis" (pronounced saTEESE) means "adequate" or "sufficient."

Put them all together, and you'll understand that when you create sufficient action, you get a feeling.   That feeling is what we call "satisfaction."

At age 32, twice-bankrupted, undesirably discharged from the US Navy, and dead broke, Walter walked into a bank w/ a hand puppet named "Steamboat Willie," & in the falsetto voice of his puppet tried to get a loan to promote his puppet. Needless to say, they laughed him out of the bank. You should not be surprised to learn that, yes, indeed, so did the next bank... and the next. Can you imagine the chutzpah of someone taking a hand puppet to TWENTY-FIVE different banks, trying to get a loan? Preposterous! Most of us would have given up after 5 or 6 or 7, or maybe even just one or two tries. Every one of the 25 banks turned him down.

Did he quit? Not a chance. You see, he understood that persistence overcomes just about every obstacle known to Mankind; or at least that there have been so few exceptions to this rule thus far, and Mankind has been around awhile, (at least 30 or more years that I know of).
That's why he went to 30 banks, & then 40.

A total of, are you ready for this? ..... EIGHTY-FOUR BANKS TURNED HIM DOWN!

When he had nothing but himself & a dream to believe in, he was more successful than most of the financially wealthy people I know... because he never ever     ever   stopped trying.
His eighty-fifth application was approved, for fifteen hundred dollars, no small amount at that time. Shortly after obtaining the loan, he changed Steamboat Willie's name, a name I'm sure you will recognize: Mickey Mouse. What a wonderful role model Walt Disney is for me.

Talk is cheap. Keep banging the clock, making it to Friday, so that you can piss away the weekend in order to bang again next week so that you can make it to the weekend, for the purpose of recharging your batteries & going out the following week to bang ou.... get the hint?

Losers list all of the reasons why it can't be done.... Winners list ways to get it done.
Losers fix the blame. Winners fix the problem.
Losers punch clocks endlessly... Winners USE their time for their own achievement.

People who do not have clear-cut goals for themselves
INEVITABLY serve someone else who does.
Do you understand the truth of this? Are you smart enough to DO something w/ this info?

What's it gonna be?
Got a few minutes for yourself? Why not take a look at what's possible in YOUR life?

Once again, the Psychology of Shortcuts submits some simple questions to help you develop and accelerate repeat demonstrations of your excellence.

Since repetition has proven to be the mother of all skill, (with a nod to Tony Robbins) maybe this will be the day that you go just one or two steps further than you did yesterday, because knowing the answers doesn't move you forwards one iota; rather, it keeps you in the same place, thinking the same things, doing things the same way... ... ... and getting the same results.

ANSWER THE QUESTIONS ALOUD, please.  
  Do you have time for questions about the rest of YOUR life?

Do you understand that if you don't know precisely where you are going...
you'll probably end up somewhere else?

Now we realize, and do see that most of the people who read this... ESPECIALLY you college graduates... are waaaaaay too stupid to actually change. You've all got excellent "reasons" for just why it is you're not taking more steps TODAY towards making YOUR dreams come true.

We do know that up to seven of every one hundred people who read these words, REGARDLESS OF YOUR EDUCATION, or FINANCES, or FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES, etc... will be smart enough to put the tools of Success to work for them in the next 60 minutes.

The proof?     One year from today you're invited to sit down and account for these next twelve months... in terms of what you (and I) have, or haven't done... toward the achievement of our long-term desires and goals.   As for immediate proof, well, we'll have that in the next sixty minutes, won't we? You'll either treat the next hour of your life with excellence, or you won't.     ... and there's our proof.

It's an open invitation... to those precious few who agree with Albert Einstein's assertion that genius is nothing more, or less, than the infinite ability to take infinite pains...
... an infinite number of times.

We already know the outcome in advance: up to seven of every hundred will stop yabbering and use more of the resources already at their disposal... including the valuable information provided by those who are already demonstrating their mastery, repeatedly, at a world-class level.

  That's what we call 'the horse's mouth.'  

1)   What do you most want?

2)   Who can help you to get it?

3)   Precisely when do you want it by?

4)   What five smaller steps will make this happen?

Talk is cheap.     Let's get busy.

You have hardly had a better day in your life to awaken and energize the Psychology of Shortcuts in you.

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