How to Make Certain You’re Not a Sucker

Learn  Have you ever heard that if you don’t know who the sucker at the poker table is, it’s you?

Well I never know who the sucker at the poker table is, so you can imagine how little I enjoy playing poker.

But I’ve got a friend, Jason, who loves poker.  In fact, even though he’s no professional, he recently went to Las Vegas and sat down at some pro-level poker tables.

Jason Wanted to Have Fun Using the Best-Feeling Stories in Vegas

Why?  Does he enjoy losing money?

Nope.  He went to Vegas because he has gained so much faith in the power of telling better-feeling, believable stories that he wanted to try it out in the big-time casinos.  “After all,” he shared before he left, “if I simply align my beliefs with my desired outcomes, the quantum field will continue to manifest them!”

I am not recommending, by the way, that you try gambling.  Yet I will tell you that Jason actually walked away from those pro-level poker tables with more money than he started with.

How is that?

How You Learn Something Is Actually a Pretty Simple and Straightforward Process

What you’re actually doing, when you tell the best-feeling, believable story, is enhancing (and sometimes even circumventing) the normal way that a human being learns. (Click that link to Tweet it)

How do you, after all, learn something?  How do you know you can do or be something?

You practice doing or being the thing you wish to learn or become, of course.  And usually under the guidance of a teacher, coach, or course.  You practice until you “know” that you have become that thing or skill you desire to have.

Achieving a promotion at work, earning a degree or professional certificate, having a great marriage, building bigger muscles, running a marathon, etc. are all manifested, or learned, in this manner:

  1. You learn about it
  2. You’re taught how to do or be it
  3. You practice doing or being it
  4. You start to believe you are it; you become it
  5. You manifest your desires to do it or be it

You’re a Leading-Edge Creator, After All, And You Should Benefit From That

When deliberate creators like Jason (and you) tell the best-feeling, believable stories, you are simply starting the normal learning process at the 4th step.  Is this “cheating”?  I don’t think so; I believe you are simply taking advantage of your leading-edge knowledge of how the universe really works.

And, I might add, your children and grandchildren will be doing likewise; you’re simply and early adopter of what will become conventional wisdom in the future.

This doesn’t mean that you should take wild, or foolish, risks with important resources.  But telling the best-feeling, believable stories is, as you know, a very real way to skip some of the blood, sweat, and tears you’ve usually associated with learning or achieving something in the past.  And, let’s be honest, a lot of the time all those blood, sweat, and tears didn’t even get you some of the most important things you wanted anyway. (Click that link to Tweet it)

So don’t play poker (unless you happen to enjoy the game).  Unless you happen to find yourself playing at a table with me.

But do facilitate and accelerate your natural learning process today by continuing with your commitment to telling the best-feeling, believable stories possible.

And stay tuned to this blog for more tips and techniques to use new paradigms from quantum physics to align your life with your dreams…

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