Broke no more, indeed. You should in fact, be broke no more when you embrace your own version, your own interpretation of the Psychology of Shortcuts. You were born rich, you were born knowing how to ask for what you want when you really, and that means REAlly wanted it that badly. Sometimes you REAlly want it; sometimes you REALLY want it, and other times it is not worth the effort. Does this apply, in your life, to being broke no more?
Wake up to the reality that you live in the richest era of opportunity in the history of the world. There is every reason for you to be broke no more. Do you know that the government alone offers more money than you could even have time to apply for? Big business, little business, old, new, they all get included.
Whatever category of human or institution you are or represent, there's money out there for you, from the public secrotr and the private sector, as well. The dollars available to you are in the billions, many billions, in fact. You don't need to ask for billions to be broke no more, unless you feel you need that much to accomplish something specific, in which case you will need to learn how to ask for billions.
The way to ask for billions is quite identical to the way you ask for a dollar or a thousand dollars.
When that has soaked in properly, and you begin to understand the mathematical reality that asking ten people is better than asking one, and asking ten thousand people for what you want is better, and if you wish to think as the Psychology of Shortcuts has and does, look around you and recognize that the Psychology of Shortcuts is asking hundreds of millions of people to click on the food buttons to help feed starving people at no charge. With respect to the search engines, same principle, same PowerGem, same magical secret: by designing these pages as per the search engine protocols, which calls for relevance and uniquity of content, labeled properly with various metatags, headers, and reminders in the body proper. That's it. By doing it more than anyone else, you are assured of getting better results than everyone else. Hopefully, you are in competition with no one but yourself, who happens to be your best and most lasting opponent and ally.
Being broke no more comes from head, outwards, and requires, at best, less than ten seconds. The moment you blend together both principles, knowing what you want and asking more people more times each, you are broke no more.
For some, the truly skeptical, it may take a full day to make it solid. Just ask one hundred people in the next twenty-four hours for something you may desperately want or need, such as a kidney or some such. Ask one hundred people, and make it absolutely certain you ask each one seven or more times each.
Even if you need a kidney, you stand a pretty fair chance of getting what you want in the next day or three, surely long before the Psychology of Shortcuts goal of one hundred days. If you're looking for something less than a kidney, your odds and probabilities of success hover in the zone of one hundred percent. Best of all, as always, you need not take the word of the Psychology of Shortcuts, or of any entity! Go ask one hundred people in a shorter period of time than you have ever done up until today - even if it's just a one percent increase over the last time period in which you asked one hundred people seven or more times each - and you're still assured of doubling your success rate repeatedly. Anything you double ten times is now one thousand times what it began as.
Please, Stop trying to be smarter than people with IQ's that are double what yours is; people who read more in a year than your whole family has read in a lifetime... and done it every year for dozens of years. Listen and pay attention to anyone and everyone doing it better than you. That's another way to speed up the process of you being broke no more. Those who do it better know it better. Study them, and do as they do, speak as they speak, act as they act. Approximately one hundred times out of a hundred, you will end up regularly duplicating their results. That's how simple it is to be broke no more.