What is your dream?
Is it to make tons of money by telling other people how they can make tons of money by telling other people how they can make tons of money?
Is it to have a wife who loves you and doesn’t put you down all the time because you don’t know anything about carpentry even though her dad and all her ex-boyfriends know everything about woodworking, and then she makes not-so-subtle hints that she suspects you might be gay because you also enjoy musical theater and don’t follow sports?
Is it to have an affordable payment on a luxury vehicle?
Whatever your dream is, it can be achieved!
I should probably clarify that it can be achieved, but not necessarily by you. There are a ton of people reading this, and some of them are incredible losers. So, if you’re a loser with no likelihood of changing in the near future, then your dreams are probably going to be achieved by other people. You can go watch cat videos.
…That you probably made yourself.
Because you’re probably a cat person.
But the fact is, if you’re not a loser –or are at least capable of changing your personality defects (and possibly investing in cosmetic surgery)– then you have the key to success. In fact…
The secret to success is in your face!
I don’t just mean that metaphorically, either (hence the comment above regarding cosmetic surgery); I mean it in every possible way you could conceive! Your face is the secret to your success (especially if you’re incredibly physically attractive).
Think about it: Your face is one of the most complex features on your entire head’s surface! It holds your eye. Your nose. Your mouth. Your cheeks. Your chin. Your other eye. I could go on.
But more than those things, it holds your attitude. Your sex appeal (or lack thereof). Your emotions. Your smile.
I’ve traveled the world (other than third-world countries, of course) and examined the faces of successful people from all walks of life. And the one thing I found that they all had in common was this:
Successful people use their faces!
Incredible, isn’t it?
Every single successful person I met expressed their emotions, attitude and physical appeal through their faces. And yet some people say correlation isn’t causation!