Above all is the critical requirement to remember that this is all about you.
The Psychology of Shortcuts exists inside every hungry person.
What you know is so much less impressive than what you do with what you know.
From this minute forward, when ANYONE gives you a reason why they are saying "No" to what you're asking, keep in mind these three magical little tools:
1) Say, "Yes, you're right" --- Agree with their objection.
2) "I know exactly how you feel, because others felt that way, too, and when they found out how ______________, they changed their minds big-time."
3) Avoid asking yes or no questions. Instead, offer two choices, asking which they like better.
You know, The Psychology of Shortcuts is pretty easy.
Using the same techniques you mastered as a child and in your teens,
and simply stopped using except for emergencies and entirely petty interests.
Yes, when the flame is under you, you pull it off, make that "critical deadline, hm?
Using precisely the same tools for planning out your life and living it through,
you'll find that the Psychology of Shortcuts already is a deep part of who you are.
Teach yourself more by finding experts in whatever you're interested in.
With true experts, it is rare for them to hold back their secrets,
because they love it when students seek to emulate their results.
Masters and millionaires, champions and billionaires do share,
because masters know that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,
millionaires are already comfortable knowing they hold the keys,
champions because they became champions thanks to others,
and billionaires, who get it best of all, to ask more.
That's why The Psychology of Shortcuts is so effective:
it's continually being refined by those who lead the way.
Invite the Psychology of Shortcuts into your life, in daily ways.
It's already there, so BE your own version of the Psychology of Shortcuts.