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May 28, 2016, 11:48 amStart where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.
A no limit person is never operating from deficiency or from lack in their life. They're never saying,"I don't have enough." Well you're never going to get enough. You just haven't realized that you already are everything.
You are everything you need to have total bliss; total perfection of your life. You already are! You already have it! It's just that your belief system may limit what's possible and real for you. Do you truly believe you are powerful beyond measure? Whether you're an atheist or a believer in God or Goddess, no one can escape the reality that there is a Source of Energy that is beyond measure but not our intuitive senses. We are made of that Energy and life is a gift of realizing that reality. You already have what you need to reach to your full potential.
"Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can." - Arthur Ashe
Where do you start?
When you get lost the first thing that needs to be done is to orientate yourself. You orientate yourself by discovering and then mastering your talents. Then point and apply your talents towards your calling which will lead you to your full potential. I say again, you already have what you need to reach your full potential. I'll be redundant about this to help make sure this seed is thoroughly planted. Your full potential pulls you toward it through your calling, by using your talents starting where you are now. You tap into that powerful Source of Energy by identifying and applying your talents to your calling. We tend to want to skip over this process by thinking we can get to success without going through it which is why we ultimately end up lost and unfulfilled in life in the first place. It's takes 21 years to get to the age of 21. Don't rush the process, fall in love with the process. To reach the finish line you have to start at the starting line without trying to bypass the process by jumping the gun.
May 28, 2016, 9:48 amSuccess lies on the far side of failure.
If you want to accelerate your rate of success then you must double your rate of failure; because success lies on the far side of failure.
Learn. Apply. Fail. Learn. Apply. Succeed.
Learn. Apply. Fail >1000x over years. Learn. Apply. Master success.
May 25, 2016, 3:50 pmBeing a predictor is just like being a stock investor.
Being a predictor is just like being a stock investor.
You'd have more confidence if you back-test more than you play. Back-testing helps you to gain the insight you need to be more accurate over time and that can take a lot of long, hard and complex work. All of that work will start to pay off as you practice getting better. I recommend starting with a quick 10 drawing back-test then moving on to a 100 drawing back-test. It will take time to evolve from, you suck, to now you're good, to now you're great.
If you wouldn't put all of your eggs in one stock then don't put all of your eggs in one state. By playing online you have access to 71 drawings a day. If you don't want to be a player/predictor in the game but still want to win some money then it would be wise to bet on multiple highly successful players/predictors. Just like it's good advice to grow your money through several different investment firms instead of just one, the lottery is no different.
It's best to master one strategy that's based on one goal. For example, my goal is to create a strategy that gives me the opportunity to double my money within four drawings and break even within eight drawings. That's my standard, develop and customize your own standard then seek to improve from there.
Carefully analyze the risk and the rewards. If you know you can't afford to play then don't play. It ain't trickin' if you got it BUT if you ain't got it then don't do it. It's one thing to jump on a opportunity and then there's being impulsive. Know the difference.
Gambler's do not carefully analyze the risk, investors do. No one will ever be 100% accurate 100% of the time but with a lot of effort you can work you way up to 99.9% which is still awesome.