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There Is No Shortcut

Alan Andersen

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This will be short and sweet. Sweet like pepper!

I legitimately love this word from Seth’s blog. So much so that I’m sharing it here. It will only take 2 minutes to read, however, the principle will give a lifetime of positive results… If you adhere to it day in and day out!

Pulling for you,

Alan Andersen

This one simple trick makes everything faster and easier

Here it is, tested, effective and worthwhile:

Stop chasing shortcuts.

Personal finance, weight loss, marketing, careers, beating traffic, relationships, education–everything that matters to someone often comes with heavily promoted shortcuts as an alternative.

Fast, risk-free, effortless secrets that magically work, often at someone else’s expense.

But if the shortcuts worked as promised, they wouldn’t be shortcuts, would they? They’d be the standard.

A shortcut is not an innovation. It’s not a direct path, either. Those work, but they require effort, risk and insight.

If you can’t afford the time and effort to do it right, you probably can’t afford to do it over after you realize that the shortcut was merely a trap.

Originally posted on Seth’s Blog here.

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