POWERFUL: It's hard to feel like you deserve your power.

According to William Pierce, the more money people have, the more they fear losing it. The poor and hungry are much more motivated. Steve Jobs always said "Stay hungry. Stay foolish."

Jesus agrees. STAYING HUNGRY MATTERS. You've got to want it with the burning hot passion the wicked (((globalist elite))) spent decades beating out of you. It's BECAUSE your spirit is a marvel of nature, consistently etching itself onto the destiny of human history that our enemies must chain us down with lies to bring us down to their level.

For example, the American Standard diet has cut 20 IQ points off muh high score.
























When you work for someone else, you don't control your destiny. When you work for yourself (for your clients), you start to have greater power and choice. It's harder than having a job, but that's where are the money and leverage and powerful thinking is.

It's not in politics. Because money buys the kind of power politicians fetch for them. Buys it cheap.

The real power isn't isn't in charity. People are so reluctant to let go of their money without getting something in return. You can charge a premium, work with fewer clients, build people up from nothing, make them depend on your service by offering something unique. You won't even have to threaten to pull the plug. This is why those who work hard and honestly have real negotiating power.

But no matter how hard you work, you're still an employee, and making less than you could if you'd take the risk to gradually promote yourself out of your safe, secure comfortable position by working nights, weekends, or part-time on building a business that can sustain you.

You might find an extra 40 hours a week to work on your new business instead of doing overtime and educating yourself while commuting or taking lunch breaks while everyone else wastes their time.

You're a revolutionary, and the leader of a movement in your local area. No matter how overt or covert your efforts may be, you need to leverage ways of multiplying yourself. That takes time you don't have. Time you'll have to buy back with money you don't have.

When you decide to hire out dull, repetitive tasks to others, (even if you'd do a better job than them), tasks that turn work into the ability to pay the bills, you multiply yourself.

A task done very poorly by a contractor is still done better than a task done perfectly by you... but you never have time to do it. Your job is knowing what to do, making sure it gets done, and setting a consistent standard of quality for the task, or hiring someone who'll do those things well by attracting people who are good at doing those things.

I don't have 10,000 hours to teach you these things, but I can point you in the right directions to make sure you're armed with the best-quality education money can buy. But first you need to decide to make it happen.

Decide you want a future for mankind.

I don't have time to lead people through each and every excuse, so if you're an excuse-maker, this isn't for you. You can make excuses or you can make a difference. Up to you.

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