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So in their lesson plans, and in their classroom instruction, they actually put the name of the book on the cover of their books but they actually put on the front of the book the directions on how to do something fun and meaningful and actionable.
So even to our kids, we're really giving stuff away for free when we're engaging them and building up behaviors, that's especially the case for people in the education world. Because you could be a star teacher and you're teaching one class for a year and if you do that five times a year, you're making less than $100,000 a year. You skipped the four years in college that's for another $100,000. If you do that for one year, you drop out of school.
You can also pursue advanced education and get a PhD but then a PhD program's probably $50,000. And again, you're only a PhD for five years and you didn't get any training on how to communicate your research effectively and solve problems. You're in a PhD for five years when you could've been a teacher for an hour, a doctor, a nutritionist, future astronaut, world-class pianist, hip-hop dancer, dunk championship, or producer, writer, director. So, the training that they're getting for that free is valuable. We talk about this on the show when we have the author of the "Ready Now" money system come to talk to us. I think if we're ever going to get the investment community to start investing in their own employees, to move stock prices, to do their own performance reviews, to, you know, become a force multiplier for their businesses, firms, that we'll need a few billion dollars of free money that's going to be used to train people and the power of that is in the repetition of cultural behaviors. d2c66b5586