14,000 Books Ought To Be Enough Even For You
Secrets of Success Via The Success Shortcuts Route

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Why read 14,000 books and more if not to share the treasures found therein?
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Even recognition is often translated into cash opportunities, once again serving the one.
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The first rule of the Success Shortcuts Route is that every human activity has powerfully useful shortcuts.
In particular, the shortcuts of those who know best, who qualify to be known as "the horse's mouth.
The first premise of the Success Shortcuts Route is that we can get it from the horse's mouth,
or we can get caught at the wrong end of the horse. Everything else is empty chatter.
Those who do it the best know it the best. Your actions on this knowledge tell all.
You tell us what you can do, and your actions tell us so much better, hm?
The most accurate way we have today to assess anyone's intelligence,
is nothing more or less than an observation of a single day of life.
What you do speaks so loudly we cannot hear a word you say.
Whatever you want to be world-class at, FIRST find masters.
Look for masters and champions who are doing it better.
Ask ten or ask a hundred of them for only ten minutes.
Tell them you want to be like them when you grow up,
to contribute to the world as they have and still do.
Ten minutes of their time is all you need to seek.
Those ten minutes, for the ones who say "ok,"
will fill you with hope, energy, knowledge.
Your power doubles with each interview.
You can even offer them lunch, right?
Same premise, as one-time mentor.
Before lunch is over you will know.
By a dozen lunches you will have.
PowerGems cannot fail to work,
we can only fail to work them.
Ask more people more times.
It is the secret of billionaires

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How you spend your minutes shows how you're spending your life.
You get to double all results every hundred tries or so if you wish.
All masters of success can verify these master secrets of life.
The more you reach to help others, the more life reaches you.
Before you do more, cease pretending that you know more.
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction, correct?
Act the way you want to be to become the way you act.
When you imitate the great masters of this universe,
you imitate the results of these great role models.
PowerGems are of the masters of this universe.
You know more than those who still do more?
Speaking less, and doing more, is yours.
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14,000 is a big number, and yet it wasn't 14,000 books - it was a a book or two per day for 14,600 days.