It is well-known among certain professions -- lawyers and silicon valley execs to name a few -- that it is extremely hard to get a competitive edge.
That's because in cutthroat professions, where only the best and hardest working make it to begin with, there is very little wiggle room.
Take Silicon Valley execs for example. They are already wicked smart (often graduating from Stanford or some other ivy league school). And many of them work 14+ hour days. So how can one get an advantage over the other?
Work 17 hour days?
Perhaps. But another option is to simply "upgrade" your hardware (i.e. build a better brain).
In fact, this is exactly how Bulletproof, one of the leading health companies and inventor of Bulletproof Coffee was made. The founder couldn't possibly work any extra hours, but wanted to find an advantage.
So why am I telling you this? Presumably you don't want to be a lawyer or a Silicon Valley Exec. And presumably you don't want to work 14+ hour grueling days either.
I am telling you because building a better brain will help you no matter what job you have or how many hours you want to work.
After all, as an entrepreneur, you get paid to make decisions. So the better your operating equipment is, the better your decisions will be.
But the secret to building a better isn't held in your skull.
It's in your hands.
That's because your hands have more neurological connections to your brain than any other part of your body. In other words, by moving your hands, you build your brain. (It's the same reason why Gary Halbert and other A-List copywriters say to write controls out by hand.)
So how exactly should you do it?
There are plenty of ways:
Play an instrument
Write in cursive
Knit or crochet
And on and on...
What you do isn't as important as just doing it.
So spend some time each day moving your bodies and especially your hands. It's simple, it's fun, it's quick, and it's effective.
And when you build a better brain, everything you do will become more efficient.
If you want my help making money, so you can spend more time twiddling your thumbs (and now you have permission to twiddle your thumbs... it will make your brain better), head my waitlist at the link below.
When you do, be sure to fill out the form to the best of your ability. Recently someone said "I don't know what my budget is", which is dicey at best. If you don't know your budget, or at least can't come up with a loose estimate, chances are you cannot afford to hire me. Just something to think about.
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