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There is a story going on, that when asked, Warren Buffet and Bill Gates both said, that the superpower they would like to have is becoming the fastest readers…See footnote 1

My followers who took my suggestion to heart and enrolled in the EyeQ program are trying to become that… Instead of what is the real value in the eyeQ exercises: putting all power in all actions… a real SUPERPOWER you should aspire to.

They are endeavoring to become the people who download a million gigabytes (one terabyte) data on their hard drive (mind)… instead of the second option…

This matches quite well what Tai Lopez teaches (not what he does, what he teaches, mind you) to read a book a day.

I have noticed, on myself, that nothing, literally nothing sticks, nothing becomes useful, nothing makes a difference for me that I didn’t have time to question, didn’t have time to ponder. Or had time but I didn’t.

We are spreading ourselves thin… and are surprised that our brain is atrophying in the process, and surprised to learn that the quality our life matches the quality of our work… because how you do anything is how you do everything.

Jump is not possible in a Universe where there is no vacuum. Every single millimeter of the Universe is occupied by something, wave, matter… something.

  • Unless, of course, you read to amaze…
  • Unless you read to get through something…
  • Unless you view life as a pie eating competition, a beer-chugging competition… ugh, ugly.

The deeper the infection goes, the less enjoyment you get from life. The less results will any of your activity will produce for you. The lower your health number goes.

My happiest client has learned that life is a process. A moment to moment, action to action, attention to attention unbroken stream of life…

His imagination was an excellent acrobat, could jump from scenario to scenario, amazing results here, and even more amazing results there, while in reality, outside of the cave, nothing was happening.

Juice is your innate strength: an activity that is both pleasurable and productive in life. It’s not easy to find it, because it is covered by a mile high other activities that look more useful, more profitable by society.

Rare is the person who can stay dry eyed… because that is what we all want: take our Juice and make it a superpower.

But when the process, the work is based on your Juice… then the process is enjoyable…

Life is forwarded by this type of inner drives…

And we read books that pretend to know more… but the average truth value of a book is 7%. And our ability to glean what is true and what is not is very low, when we read fast and don’t ponder. Whether you are a “normal” person or a genius billionaire.


  1. Related articles… not because they are good, but because they document that what people value is not what is valuable, but what appears to be valuable…
  2. how to read 200 books a year
    Learning To Learn Faster: The One Superpower Everyone Needs
    The Surprising ‘Superpower’ Billionaires Want That You May Already Have
  3. If they did, if they have, that proves that stupidity is limitless… But in my humble opinion they say one thing and do another… at least in some areas of life. Not maliciously misleading you, no. Their powers of self-observation, and the clarity they are being able to bring to it is limited… severely limited by today’s culture… or better said: today’s culture of ignorance.
  4. Conspire to dumb us down, conspire to dupe us
  5. This concept is missing to 99.5% of humanity. It is easiest to see in how people see their skills, their strength… in effect they can only see it in the narrow context of what they are using it for… now. Whereas the essence of a skill is that it is like an atom… it is in everything … a skill is portable, transferable, is in everything you do.
  6. the movie is on Netflix




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