George Costanza is a character from an old sitcom that I’m hoping you’ve heard of in your life.
Sienfeld – “the show about nothing”
George was the lovable middle-aged loser that couldn’t quite reach escape velocity when it came to living with his parents. (This was a decade before the 2008 downturn turned living with ma’ and pa’ until 40 kinda’ normal.)
He’s famous for a number of his storylines…
Like the time he had to get fired from his job in the Yankees office (to get a better job) but he failed miserably…
Despite running across the field in a skin colored bodysuit, and destroying the Yankees World Series trophy… He, nevertheless, failed.
At the end of this experience – he just looked like a good employee because the world never seemed to respond in the way in wanted it too.
That’s the thing…
The world doesn’t respond in the way you want it to.
It just does what it does. The only thing you have control over is yourself.
You can work hard all night and day but that doesn’t make a lick of difference if the world throws you a curveball…
Next thing you know… you’re back on your bum wondering what the heck just happened…
Ever feel like that?
Don’t worry if you haven’t… you’ll get your chance. 🙂
I’m not saying that like it’s a bad thing… no matter how much it sounds like it.
Life is intoxicating, enchanting and almost hallucinogenic…
It confuses you but that doesn’t matter when you’re prepared for it.
It’s like a curious result to an odd experiment… And you’re the strange tinkering inventor to first discover it.
That’s what a lot of George Costanza’s experiences were about –
The more you try to control the world, the more it proves that you’re not so smart.
Eventually, he found the “secret” to success in life. In a single episode, he was able to create an amazing life for himself. (Naturally, he gave up on that secret by the next episode because it would have ruined his lovable loser status.)
That episode inspired me…
Think in terms of school…
Sometimes the way to get what you want isn’t what you think it is.
When you work hard, just to be disappointed with a mediocre grade at the end of the school year – the world is telling you something.
In fact, my experience suggests that most of the ways to be successful in school are the exact opposite of what most people think they are.
In this little known ebook, I wrote I go over:
- How To Get Your Instincts Working For You Instead Of Against You
- How To NOT Improve Your Grades
- How To Study Less And Improve Your Grades For It
- Why Dumb People Score Higher Than You – And How To Score Higher Than Them
- How To Stay Stress Free Come Test Time
- The Laid Back Approach To Class Time
- Why You Shouldn’t Try To “Make The Teachers Happy”
- How To Take The Next Step To Better Grades – 3 Simple Steps
Limited time bonus:
I’m going to be opening Q/A again available only to those of you that get this book.
I’ll gladly answer your question thoroughly – sharing my 8 years in academic optimization experience. I got my top-of-the-class GPA while working less than most of the kids in the bottom of the class while taking a double courseload. (Keep in mind – I was at a state college. Not MIT. This achievement isn’t that crazy good.) And anyone that saw my high school scores would know that success has nothing to do with my natural gifts.
Special thanks to everyone that has applied to be a writer. I’m working on a few kinks but I’m sure we’re going to have an awesome group of writers contributing this next school year.
P.S. Don’t tell me you don’t have the dough for this one. This is a one-time offer.
Are you desperate to improve your grades?
That’s the first step.
Desperation creates action.
Acceptance is the death of action.
One day, you’re going to decide never to settle for less. That’s the day that changes are going to be made – and that’s not a gradual one little step at a time thing. That’s an instant where everything changes.
Gradual change works… Sure… eventually…
But you don’t have time.
There are only so many years to prove yourself academically before you’re dropped in the real world where those grades will help define your future for decades to come.
Good grades, senior year of college can’t completely make up for bad grades the first 3 years.
Good grades in college can’t completely make up for bad grades in high school. (Your college has been decided by that point. Harvard grades still have a huge advantage over a state school.)
Good grades in high school can’t completely make up for the foundational knowledge you missed in grade school…
The best time to start getting good grades is from the beginning…
The second best time is now.
If you’re ready to take your academic game to the next level – if you want to see it for yourself.
I’ll also send you some awesome freebies.
Write your email in the box. Check the confirmation you want emails. Confirm your email. And see for yourself.