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This is intended to be a fun little addition to my blog post about what to do if your friends get better grades than you. Yea… You know you shouldn’t care what grades your friends get compared to you. It’s not a competition but… hell… once you start to get good at scoring high it can become a bit of a high score game. A little friendly competition is good for you.

Here is the important thing to realize though:

So… are you ready to crush your friends scores and teach them not to try and score higher than you? Well… if you properly apply the lessons on this blog… I’m confident you are.

Have fun with it and thanks so much for subscribing!

How To Crush Your Friend’s Grades

Lets start with one email…

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I tell stories and we all share what we know. (Warning: I’m also an author – and I’m not shy about recommending my books. No surprises here.)

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