Why is it that you look at a successful person and even if you copy all their actions, even if you copy their attitude the way they tell you, you won’t be able to duplicate their success?

success as destination equals failed life Why is it that you look at a successful person and even if you copy all their actions, even if you copy their attitude the way they tell you, you won’t be able to duplicate their success?

I have been slacking off growing, i.e. didn’t do much to grow, and I noticed. Not for a long time, maybe a week or two, but I have started to notice. Just like athletes notice the imperceptible signs of muscle atrophy and weakening when they are on vacation.

It is very easy to go to this mode… easier than to go back to growth mode.

It’s easy, because 99% of the population is there, at any one time. Most people over 18, as a matter of fact, and most people under 18… lol, not funny.
Continue reading “Why is it that you look at a successful person and even if you copy all their actions, even if you copy their attitude the way they tell you, you won’t be able to duplicate their success?”

Vibrational Reviews: reader requests. Numerologists, internet marketers, self improvement gurus, a billionaire… oh my! lol

Celebrity numerologist Tania Gabrielle (I’d be very curious about her truth value) personal vibration: 320; truth value: 230

Caldean numerologist Joanna Justis: personal vibration: 230; truth value: 200

highest paid hand analyst Baeth Davis: personal vibration: 190; truth value: 180

Continue reading “Vibrational Reviews: reader requests. Numerologists, internet marketers, self improvement gurus, a billionaire… oh my! lol”

Vibrational Reviews: Vibration of some (internet) my marketing teachers: Frank Kern, Ryan Deiss, Jim Edwards, Robert Plank, Armand Morin, and more

Vibration of some (internet) marketing teachers:

Robert Plank: 250 (used to be 299)
Lance Tamashiro: 250
Frank Kern: 300 (used to be 400)
Continue reading “Vibrational Reviews: Vibration of some (internet) my marketing teachers: Frank Kern, Ryan Deiss, Jim Edwards, Robert Plank, Armand Morin, and more”