How to Become 1,000 Times Smarter Than All Your Batchmates In Less Than A Year

October 10, 2017 • written by

I’m shy and I avoid competition but sometimes I’m competitive too.

When I compete, I look for every advantage I can get because I want to have an unfair advantage over who I’m competing with.

I learned early on that people forget about improving their mind after they graduate from college and it’s the perfect opportunity to catch up.

Recall or research the story of the “tortoise and the hare.”

Here’s how to catch up:

Step 1:

Buy a notebook and a nice pen.

Step 2:

Write down two to three lines of lessons a day, every day.

Consider this. If you write two or three lessons a day, in a month you have 60 to 90 lessons to consider. If you are consistent, in a year you have anywhere between 720 and 1,080 lessons to study.

If you do this everyday and do five instead of the minimum 2-3 you’ll fill your notebook in six months.

Step 3:

Review your notes. Writing things down helps you remember but reading enables you to continue learning.

Can’t think of what to write?

The lessons you have to write down doesn’t need to be profound.

Think about simple changes and small improvements can make your life better over time.

Here are examples of simple things I wrote down:

Here are examples of changes and lessons I wrote down:

Here are examples of crazy experiments I wrote down and tried out:

So here’s a summary:

  1. Buy a notebook and fill it with lessons.
  2. Write what you discover yourself and write what you learn from others.
  3. Instead of reading facebook, news and other bullshit, study your notes.

If you are mindful with your life you can be whatever you want to be and go where you want to go.

I already have the life I want to live because of a fucking notebook.

I’m teaching you how to do the same for free.

All you need to do is write two or three lines every day.

Do something smart and just apply this.

Remember that success is the result of what you do consistently and not what you do occasionally.

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Successful people are willing to experience temporary discomfort and do difficult activities that unsuccessful people are NOT willing to do so that they are able to build the life and enjoy benefits that unsuccessfull people will never have.

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