I’ve always loved this quote by the entrepreneur Derek Sivers: “If more information was the answer, then we’d all be billionaires with perfect abs.”

In the same guideline, I’m sure you can think of plenty of doctors who are overweight smokers. Even though they know better than anyone the harmful effects of smoking and overeating, they regularly engage in both.

It’s not about what you know; it’s about what you do. The habits that you develop and consistently do.

This is a fundamental point for you to understand.

Knowing something is not the same thing as doing it.

As good as reading 1000 books about bodybuilding may be, you won’t have a muscular body unless you regularly go to the gym.

That’s why all our courses are very practical. There’s no point in having a deep theoretical study about magnetism if you’re not doing anything needed to improve.

Magnetism is developed by changing your energy, thoughts, and mind. There’s no way around that. It’s not like you’re going to read something in a book, and suddenly, you are magnetic.

No, you still need to have consistent magnetic habits.

If all you needed were more information, then everyone would be magnetic. And that’s not the case.

In the same way, I can explain to you in detail everything about an exercise, but once you start doing it, you’ll come across many unforeseen difficulties. It’s inevitable. There are always difficulties regardless of how well I explain them. That’s why every single training has email support so that you can clear these problems as they pop up.

But they will only pop up if you actively engage with the exercises. Just reading or listening about them won’t bring many issues – as it also won’t bring any benefits.

There’s no use in merely knowing about an exercise or a practice if you don’t do it consistently.

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