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Most humans at some point or another question how important their "mission" may be, how important they themselves are.
Thus, the Zen of Useful Shortcuts invites you to consider the mathematical reality of how important you must be to the world.
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You're the product of 8 great-grandparents, 16 great-great-grandparents,
32 great-great-great-grandparents, and so on.
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What you know is considerably less important than what you DO with what you know.
If you wish to be important, which may only mean having others see you as being important,
or if you need to DO important things, serving more than gathering, which tends to yield better results,
you must think importantly, and act upon important subjects with repeated, focused and described actions.
What is truly most important is that, whatever time you have on earth, you need to feel comfortable with that time.
Otherwise, you, like too many of us, the overweaning majority, live a life that is not important, nor be remembered as such.
The Zen of Useful Shortcuts is an entire set of opportunities for you to determine what is most important to your life,
what wishes are worth turning into goals by attaching deadlines and figuring who can help, and what you need.
When you clearly know what is most important to you, the Zen of Useful Shortcuts triples in value to you.
These shortcuts, described as Zen of Useful Shortcuts PowerGems, are universal, useful everywhere.
So, when you know precisely where you are going, powerful shortcuts that work across the board,
shortcuts that work almost regardless of your situation or circumstances, help you be important.
You talk a good game, so you are asked how you used the Zen of Useful Shortcuts to do something important.
Excellence cannot happen by some stretch of coincidence or happenstance, because excellence is what you can repeat.
Awaken your internal Zen of Useful Shortcuts, apply your own perception of the Zen of Useful Shortcuts to what you deem important.
The Zen of Useful Shortcuts urges you to begin by identifying, in writing, the five or ten most important things you must accomplish in this lifetime.
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Important shortcuts, for all that you dream,
the Zen of Useful Shortcuts might make it all seem,
as if dreams come true with the simple use of shortcuts now,
while the Zen of Useful Shortcuts promises that it is precisely how,
dreams of masters and millionaires, like those of champions and billionaires,
inspired, respired unto truth's sweet beam, of sunlight and the universe as it deems.
So, who is fit and mighty, meriting these master secrets,
combatting all the hurtful results of disaster's poor prefects?
Who dares to wear the mantle of super-achiever, proving it daily?
The Zen of Useful Shortcuts dares to think that it will prove to be you.
If you think you arrived on this page by some freak accident, think again.
Billions and billions of unique pages, including millions via the Zen of Useful Shortcuts,
and yet, of all those billions, here you are, for a reason obviously attended by the Universe.
Use whatever word you want, the intent is to remind you that there is always at least one witness.
What you do today tells us so much more about you than what your mouth is capable of expressing well.
What you do speaks so loudly we can hardly hear a word you say
Why are "important people" considered to be important? Are they reeeeeally so important?
Truth is, the world goes on with and without them, undermining their claims to importance.
What's more important, to you, or so the Zen of Useful Shortcuts suggests it should now be,
is how you use tools you already know how to use, not as you have been, but in better ways.
Sure, it is important to one avenue to success for you to use those tools more often every day.
t is not the only important way, and, for those of you who are lazier, not so summarily important.
That's because the most important shortcut is simply one percent. Doing anything one percent better each time.
Nothing you have ever learned, nothing you have ever instinctively known, nothing at all comes close to this shortcut.
In all fairness, the Zen of Useful Shortcuts posits that this may be the most important shortcut you ever engage intentionally.
Every one hundred rounds, you have improved by more than one hundred percent. Dare to dream of the fruits of such intentions.
You cannot be on this page by accident, the Zen of Useful Shortcuts is not predicated upon accidents, rather, intentions.
Action upon intentions is magical enough, even if it does not prove to be close to your firm apprehension of just yet.
Imitating what works is most important. Intentionally repeating action by imitating those repeatedly doing it best.
Of course you can get one percent better every time you undertake a task!! Aptitude is superceded by attitude here.
The Zen of Useful Shortcuts avers that it this is one of those few arenas in life where our attitudes supercede aptitude.
When you intentionally lock your mind into the focus of improving by one percent THIS TIME, your brain hugely cooperates.
When you intentionally focus your mind on some form of improvement, with each repetition,
you immediately and then repeatedly unlock several of your most hidden intellectual skills.
Considering the countless people who have lived this Zen of Useful Shortcuts PowerGem, a master secret,
what possible thought can be extended to your opinion, before YOU use the PowerGem 100x and more?
The most important thing you can do in life is whatever YOU deem to be at the acme of importance.
The most important help the Zen of Useful Shortcuts can extend is to help you to help yourself.
Take this most important thought: "Focus on one percent improvement exponentiates results."
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