Highway 1…

Happy Thursday!

When we left San Francisco this morning, we didn’t know what to expect.

Usually, the drive from San Francisco to Los Angeles is around 6 hours via Interstate 5.

But we decided to take the scenic route via Highway 1 because we heard that it’s one of the prettiest and most scenic routes in the world.

It took us 11 hours – almost twice as much – but it was sooooo worth it.

The highway is a long winding road along the coast with stunning views.

So YES, it took much longer, but the reward was so worth it.

And as I’m thinking about it, isn’t THIS true in many aspects of life?

We are in an “instant society”:

Text messages have to be answered immediately,
We want to get from A to B instantly,
… and we expect immediate success when we start something.

But sometimes, it makes sense to take some time.

As an example, I often see messages in our private community “MightyNetworks” from traders and it’s obvious that they never watched any of the training videos that we made.

And I get it:

Watching videos is boring!

That’s why we also offer a free LIVE orientation session with Paul every Monday.

In this session, Paul is walking you through the PowerX Optimizer step-by-step and answers any and all questions you might have.

It’s only 60 minutes and sooooo worth it!

So if you have been rushing into the software, I REALLY encourage you to take an hour to watch the videos or attend the live orientation session.

Trust me: It will pay off in the long run!

Of course, …

This doesn’t apply to YOU!

Because you already did that, didn’t you? 😉

Alright, time to get ready for the sailing regatta this weekend!

Talk soon,

– Markus

PS: If you don’t have PowerX Optimizer yet, you can get more info about it by scheduling a one-on-one tour today!

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