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  1. There's an idea in economics about the relationship between entry barriers and remuneration. For example, jobs that are very hard to get, and in high demand, tend to pay pretty well. On the other hand, jobs that are easy to get don't usually pay so much, since pretty much anybody can get them. This is based on the law of supply and demand. If something is in very large supply, it's usually pretty cheap. If something is in very short supply, AND in high demand, then it's pretty expensive. Skills that everybody has AND aren't in very high demand aren't usually worth much. It would be great to be a professional "Netflix Watcher," and get paid bank, but unfortunately, that's just not the way it is. On the other hand, there ARE some pretty easy things you can do, that done consistently will build up some POWERFUL skills. They are easy to do once, so doing them once isn't very special. It's doing them consistently, and building up some real skills that will make them worth a lot. What kind of skills? Mental skills. Thinking skills. Most people are under the impression that once you "learn" some new thinking technique, you only need to do is once or twice. In other areas, it's obvious how silly this is. Imagine the first day of your piano lessons, and you're teacher said: "Ok, watch me carefully," and then she played Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata." And when she was done, she said: "OK, you try." Most normal people would look at here like she was crazy. But for some reason, we don't seem to think that thinking skills just take as much time to practice as piano skills, or sport skills. Which means NOBODY practices new thinking techniques. And that also means that if YOU practice five or ten minutes a day, pretty soon you'll have a very powerful brain. What kind of thinking can you change? How you feel about social situations. Instead of feeling nervous or anxious, you can feel relaxed, normal, outgoing, however you want to feel. You can change how you feel about pretty much anything. Yourself, your skills, your potential. How strongly you hold your frame. Pretty much anything that involves communication and persuasion can be significantly enhances with some simple and CONSISTENT practice. Because so few people practice these type of things, pretty soon you'll have some very IN DEMAND skills. Get Started: NLP Mind Magic
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