Are you an introvert or an extrovert?

We want to know. (Reply to this email because we’re going to be giving a one-time 50% coupon for KAIC to everyone that replies.)

Take note: this matters in everything you do.

Do you know the difference?

I’m guessing you’ve heard of them before but I’m going to define it for you just so we’re both working with the same definition…

Imagine a long day of talking to tons of different people that you like. You have great conversations and love the people you were talking to.

At the end of that long day…

If you’re an extrovert… you’ll feel energized, happy, excited.

If you’re an introvert… you’re probably exhausted (even if you still are happy with the day.)

Introverts get worn out by social interactions.

It’s often the opposite for extroverts…

If an extrovert spends all day alone then they’ll probably feel exhausted (even if they’re happy with the day.)

This isn’t a perfect description but I think it tells the story…

What does this have to do with school? Your grade? Life?

Think about it…

(And if you’re the kind of person that has signed up to this list, I’d trust you to figure it out too. We’re a rare type of person.)

-Aaron

P.S.

Don’t forget. Please reply and let me know if you’re an introvert or extrovert. And feel free to tell me whatever else you’re thinking. (There is that one-time only coupon bonus you’ll get too.)

Are you an introvert or an extrovert?

Unlock Your True Potential


Have you ever felt like you could be more?

I’m going to go out on a limb and say “You’re right.”

I know this because you’re here. Because you’re reading this. (I’ve seen the analytics. Most people that show up on this site don’t have it in them to read this. Honestly, this stuff isn’t always easy to understand. They’d much rather get back to their memes that require zero IQ.)

You’re capable of great things.

Hi. I’m Aaron. I graduated college early taking a double course load while working 30 hour weeks. – And I didn’t do it because I’m particularly smart. – I barely survived some years in high school.

I learned strategies that took my academic game up to the next level.

And those are the strategies I’d like to teach you…

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