Do you want to learn and grow?
Becoming wealthier, smarter, cooler.. Better?
And would you like doing it faster and efficiently?
Then wisdom pills are for you.
Subscribers get them for free as part of the subscription package.
Month One – Nutrition
Do You Want to Drastically Cut Your Learning Curve?
I can’t even put into words how much learning has helped me become a better person.
I am grateful to all the authors, writers and producers that helped me and are still helping me along the way.
Books Are Not Super Efficient…
However, as someone who’s an addicted reader, I don’t think reading a lot of books is the most efficient way of learning.
- Few Books Are Life Changing
- Some books are “padded”
Sometimes even good books need to add some padding.
Most books indeed can easily be condensed to 10% of their original size no loss of information or to 2-3% with a minimal loss.
- Reading is not achieving
Few high achievers are very honest about their approach to learning. But those who are say that learning is key, but action outweighs learning from books and resources.
Here are a few quotes:
High achievers don’t read thousands books. But they apply 10 key lessons a thousands of times
-MJ DeMarco, The Millionaire Fastlane
Information is useless if not readily applied to something immediate and important.
-Tim Ferris, in The 4 Hour Workweek
But Not Reading is NOT the answer
But if you don’t read you are going to miss out on potentially life changing information.
Conundrum: not reading is not an option for driven people.
But reading a lot can be inefficient use of your time.
That’s where Shots of Wisdom can help.
Shots of Wisdom
The shots of wisdom below are the condensed, distilled wisdom of large swaths of the literature.
They are between 40 and 60 pages long, jam-packed of the best of the best. These are all the essentials you need to know.
No space filling, no repetition, no time wasting.
Just what you need to take your life to the next level in the most time-efficient and cost-effective way possible.
We’re drowning in information, but we’re starving for wisdom
-Tony Robbins, Money Master the Game
The Self-Help Compendium, or “self help Bible” is an overview of the self help literature. One single e-book, all the answers teased out from tens of books and hundreds of sources.
Up to you if you want to dig deeper with the link and recommendations provided inside, but Compendium will give you all the basics (and more) in less than 60 pages.
All the lessons here changed -and are still changing- my life!
Pussy Power presents all the most practical lessons I have learned from reading tens of dating books for women, hundreds of posts and, well, dating a few women here and there.
The dating literature for women is less straightforward than the self-help literature as there are several different schools of thought.
But Pussy Power presents all the different theories and weighs in on what I personally believe works best based on my personal observations.
Up to you if to take my word or not, but this product gives you the whole overview.
The relationship literature is very good.
Of course, few people have the time to go through all that literature unluckily.
And that’s what this guide does for you.
Forever assembles all this body of research and literature in less than 50 pages.
It tells you quickly and effectively:
- Behaviors and mindsets leading to long term relationship success
- Common behaviors you must stop to avoidrelationship failures
It then links you to further resources if you need to dig deeper.
But all the essentials are here to make this guide all you need to give you an awesome romantic life.
Anyway, wealthy ways give you an overview of all the personal finance literature. The personal finance literature deals a lot with staying away from debt, saving money and how to invest that money to become rich (over the long run).
It’s not a product for financially sophisticated individuals or for already wealthy individuals.
It’s mostly for those who are struggling with debt, people who didn’t receive a financial education and for people with a “poor mindset” who can learn something from how rich people think and behave.
All of the claiming to be based on science and results.
Before embarking in my research I was an health conscious individual.
And I thought I was eating well.
I had researched on Google what were healthy nutrition values and then wrote on my phone the maximum amount of sugar, saturated fat and salt I should consume. And shopped along those lines.
They were all values from international organization, so I couldn’t be too wrong, right?
I was eating terribly.
The truth is that if you just research on Google or read a couple of books you will likely end up more confused -and wrong- than if you had done no research at all.
Healthy Habits summarizes more than 30 health and nutrition books into one. So you don’t need to make the same mistakes.
The price of this guide is stupidly low.
I’m just happy for you to eat better and stop the biggest scourge of our times: poor nutrition.