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What I want for you is to have all the skills necessary to navigate through life easily and successfully. One technique you can start practicing right away, is observation. When you’re an experienced observer, you can walk into a room, a building, or anywhere in your environment and know exactly what is going on, based entirely on perception. This will improve your life exponentially. Think of it as learning a universal language. You will increase your awareness, and, by default, your dominance over any circumstance. For example: Imagine it’s the first day of your new job (a crucial time to have excellent observation skills). You arrive at work, park your car, and move swiftly inside so you can show up on time. When you get back to your car at the end of the day, you have a parking ticket tucked under your windshield wiper. The ticket reads that you parked in a “No Parking” zone. You look around for a “No Parking” sign or a curb painted red, and find nothing. You step back and look far down the street in both directions and notice there are no other cars parked on your side of the street. Next, you see a “No Parking on this Side of the Street” sign a couple of blocks away. Had you been an experienced observer when you arrived for work, you would have immediately picked up on how strange it was to park so easily, when the other side of the street was jam packed with cars. And you would have avoided getting a parking ticket. Master the skill of observation and watch your whole life change for the better.

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