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Why Things Suck (and How to Make Everything Awesome Again) – Part 1

Hey guys, please listen carefully.  Normally this is where I’d offer a “fun bribe” in exchange for leaving a comment.  I love that kind of thing.  It’s a great way to make learning fun.

This time … no bribes.  Instead, I want to make a plea.

What I have to share with you in this series is something that will not only change your life for the better quite rapidly, but has the potential to change the world.   (No exaggeration.  It’s that big.)

Here’s the deal: involvement improves learning.  It’s a well-established psychological phenomenon.  So, whether or not this lesson “sticks” in your brain or is lost in the sea of Internet noise depends on whether you choose to get involved.

Taking just a moment to post a guess will improve your chances of remembering this lesson exponentially.

P.S. Yes, this is the build up to “Experimental New Feature #3.”

AKA Simpleology 5.7.

  • Hint:  no one has the answer I’m looking for yet … (all excellent answers, though … I think you could state an excellent case for every one of these answers)

  • Tonya Culbertson


  • billtaichi

    A system that can be done almost automatically

  • Jane Howe

    Your Self Esteem and Self Worth

  • kaiminaauao

    action on the systems I choose

  • Tim Stanforth


  • To be a disciple to your practices.

  • Having no motivation

  • Danny Mallinder

    Following the Body For Life system produced an amazing body and mind and made me a champion. Lets go to part 2, loving this!

  • Karen Salley


  • attitude

  • Clayton Wagar

    Our Planet and Solar System run on systems so why shouldn’t I.

  • Gerry Burger

    Systems provide small incremental wins that you can track then reflect on your win to loss ratio which generates a positive mindset.

  • Augustin C. Pop

    Action-reaction, the 3 hedges

  • Diane Brunette

    It has to be attitude.

  • I’m guessing systems.

  • Nick St Clare


  • Sam


  • S. Nzinga Imhotep


  • Systems

  • Kevin McGuire


  • Your IDENTITY. Actions result from choices. Choices expose beliefs. Beliefs reveals character. Character unmasks Identity!

  • Wendy


  • Janeson Keeley


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