A Plan for the Improvement of English Spelling by Mark Twain
For example, in Year 1 that useless letter "c" would be dropped to be replased either by "k" or "s", and likewise "x" would no longer be part of the alphabet. the only kase in which "c" would be retained would be the "ch" formation, which will be dealt with later. Year 2 might reform "w" spelling, so that "which" and "one" would take the same konsonant, wile Year 3 might well abolish "y" replasing it with "i" and Iear 4 might fiks the "g/j" anomali wonse and for all. Jenerally, then, the improvement would kontinue iear bai iear with Iear 5 doing awai with useless double konsonants, and Iears 6-12 or so modifaing vowlz and the rimeining voist and unvoist konsonants. Bai Iear 15 or sou, it wud fainali bi posibl tu meik ius ov thi ridandant letez "c", "y" and "x" -- bai now jast a memori in the maindz ov ould doderez -- tu riplais "ch", "sh", and "th" rispektivli. Fainali, xen, aafte sam 20 iers ov orxogrefkl riform, wi wud hev a lojikl, kohirnt speling in ius xrewawt xe Ingliy-spiking werld. %
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 in every page.
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.
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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With love from the Godfather of Shortcuts, and your Psychology of Shortcuts.
The Psychology of Shortcuts On Expertise
Like most humans, you are surrounded by experts,
not in their fields of interest, but in catching you in the act.
Sadly, we all get the same connotation of "caught in the act,"
as in, "caught red-handed in the act of doing something wrong."
The Psychology of Shortcuts encourages you to try it in reverse.
Learn to catch more people in the act of doing something right.
It will be just a matter of days before you see what happens.
Get what you want by giving others what they most want.
Noticing what others do right is a magnet of power.
This is one of the ten greatest secrets of all time.
It applies to every arena of persuasion in life.
Use your great secrets. They pay very well.
Enrich yourself with the Psychology of Shortcuts.
Expand your mind with the Psychology of Shortcuts.
Develop your wealth with the Psychology of Shortcuts.
Then share that wealth, in order to multiply it repeatedly.
This is the way of masters, millionaires, and champions.
This is your time, this is your place,
There is no better time to excel.
Shh. Embrace the best shortcuts of masters and millionaires, the best Psychology of Shortcuts,
and provably YOUR best Shortcuts to succeeding.
Enjoy. The Psychology of Shortcuts is free for your life.
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B) PowerGems are what you need to find here.
When we see the immense resources available to us all,
it is egregiously offensive to see such profound waste.
Your life is rich with opportunities, in so many areas.
The Psychology of Shortcuts urges you to awaken.
The sight of you is no less than repulsive, disgusting.
Take control of what you have the power to take control of.
Thousands of excuses for failure, and there is only one reason.
That reason does not change from circumstance to circumstance.
Excellence is always the result of the desire to be excellent, true enough?
If we do not see excellence in your life, it is because of just one basic reality:
Your lack of excellence is directly related to lack of excellence in your efforts.
If you are not hungry, on fire, even, to help you to help yourself develop mastery,
what in heaven makes you think that any other human should care about you, either?
You have millions of unique pages from the Psychology of Shortcuts, and related sites.
Millions of Psychology of Longevity self-health web pages to help you help yourself.
The time, in this day, hour, and moment, is nigh for you to accept responsibility.
Until now, you have only pretended at willingness to accept responsibility.
You are the captain of the ship, the producer of the movie, ad infinitum.
It all means that you are the one in control of destinations on the way.
It is true that you have but little control in re your final destination.
Not so the many subsidiary destinations along your life course.
You decide the destinations, or whether to have destinations.
In that case, Life, and those who have their goals in writing,
these will determine most of the course of your lifetime...
and, of course, definitively control your destination.
When you stop pretending that you know better,
your brain opens up to those one-percent-ers,
improvements of just one percent each.
The Psychology of Shortcuts, now,
pursuing YOUR destinations.
Millions of opportunities to find your PowerGems.
Remember that the Psychology of Shortcuts is in you.
A hammer on the shelf cannot bang any nails into any wall.
Fruits of the Psychology of Shortcuts comes from sustained use.
Continue asking more people, more times each, to get what you need.