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Don't Unlock Your Brain

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Don't Unlock Your Brain
The secret? A brain pill. We’re not saying you can be rich like these billionaires. Being an entrepreneur is one of the most physically, mentally, and emotionally draining endeavors one can take on, and only the most determined succeed. Even if you aren’t an entrepreneur yourself, it is worth considering those reasons that entrepreneurs choose to use smart pills:
  1. brainpower
  2. “feel good”
  3. “not yourself”
  4. get a task done
  5. stress can be a good thing
  6. amphetamine drugs have a number of...
  7. increase blood flow
  8. significantly less than a daily coffee habit
  9. highly tested, high-quality products
Best of all, it works! - customer testimonials are listed. "new doors opened", "read Tao Te Ching and Sun Tzu's Art of War with no problem", "helping my husbands concentration", "I've tried everything on the market" - The wonders of the smart pill are manifold. 
The snake oil salesman will never be put out of business and science will always be used to sell dreams of a way out - a way to free your mind from it's prison and cut it's cords to your heart. But for human beings the heart rules and the mind, prisoner that it is, must watch, console, argue and yell with its face pressed upon the bars - helpless and frustrated. There is no unlocking the brain and it wouldn't know where to go if the door were opened - it will always follow the heart and resent it.

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