When it comes to better health tips, nothing exceeds the value of having information at your fingertips. Dr. Cohen repeatedly urges us all to remember the most truthful of disclaimers:
Unless you go to drastic exceptions, it's almost impossible to write a failing advertisement. It's only possible not to show it to enough people. Forget the art of success. In Trump's first book he taught us one of the most powerful lessons, most effective shortcuts to wealth that a billionaire can offer, and please remember he was a billionaire back when America only had a dozen billionaires, not hundreds.
The PowerGem that he passed on was related in his confusion at why people don't seem to understand that the energy you use to think is identical no matter if you're thinking small or large. Here in plain sight was hidden one of the five most important thoughts that will ever bless the human race. In other words, it is NOT more difficult to develop wealth than to live in poverty or what the middle class may think of as mediocre prosperity, to add another oxymoron to the list.
How bright is your bulb? Within not months or years or weeks, rather, within seconds your wealth increases from the moment you actually "get it." The energy you use to get wealthy is not greater than the energy you use to suffer. It's quite the opposite. Because you're a pig-head who thinks you known better, you have not, at least until this minute, been flexible to a higher learning curve for yourself. Whew! Two huge rocket boosters to your daily results cram-packed and concentrated down to one can of PowerGem spinach. The learning curve is something we all have, and all of us enjoy having a higher one, which is nothing more or less than a zone your brain goes into, a state as measurable as alpha, beta, theta, and omega states. With exquisite adherence to the perfectly repeatable, perfectly controllable rule that desire is the one and exclusive gasoline that fires the engines of learning curves. Increase your desire and you increase your learning curve. Only your desire determines your performance, your skill level, your ability to repeat a profitable task two or more times in a row. Your learning curve, the precise rate at which you absorb and then assimilate new information, is controlled by you just as you control a vehicle, with the notable exception that you have far more control over your learning curve than you do over a vehicle moving at thirty or more miles per hour, which is listed by Mr-Shortcut as being one of the ten Great Illusions of Life.