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I received an email the other day that promised me “success hacks”, shortcuts, quick fixes to the realisation of my dreams. “Ooh, wonderful!” I said. “Finally, the solution I’ve been looking for. God knows I’ve tried so many. Maybe this one will work”. Or maybe not.
The email was from a website whose material I once found interesting, or perhaps valuable. These days their stuff usually ends up in the spam folder. And because I’m a little wiser now than I was when I signed up originally, their emails generally stay there.
To be honest, I don’t check my spam folders often, and so they are deleted without me even being aware. But this one made it through, into my inbox and under my nose. So I opened it. Here’s what it said; larrygmaguire.com/success-hacks
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