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August 03, 2020 1 min read

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For those who want to lead great lives, the same has always been true.

One must change himself before he can begin to change others.

As Casanova said: "I saw that to accomplish anything I must bring all my physical and moral faculties into play, make the acquaintance of the great and powerful, excessive strict self-control and Play The Chameleon"

One must master his own domain, and adapt to the external forces at play, to be truly effective. 

To be enlightened in all areas.

To have the best of all qualities.

To play the chameleon one must adopt a mastery of P.A.S.E.

P. Practical: referring to the slower, organized, and methodical action of self. Planning, login, goals, are all key to practicality.

A. Action: Todo. Sharp and agile, those with action get moving quickly and pivot fast.

S. Social: To be united with others. comradery, & connection; all qualities of social.

E. Emotional: Referring to empathetic cognition, intuitive, compassionate, and even illogical. 

Everyone has these to some extend.

Your order determines largely who you will be.

What you value.

How you spend your time.

But, master over-all gives you the power to control what you can be, and where you can go in life.

Credit and Inspiration: Tai Lopez's 67 Steps; Step 21: The Four P.A.S.E. Energies &  Casanova's Chameleon