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Wall Street Playboys, LLC

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Introduction
Almost everyone who picks up this product is going to jump directly to the making money
section of the book. Unfortunately? That will practically guarantee they will never “make it”.
Before we begin below is a list of 10 basic axioms to follow if you’re serious about success.
1) Obligations Are Now Gone: If you are starting at ground zero, you have absolutely no
obligations to anyone. This includes your best friends, your teachers and even your family if they
are not going to help you succeed. Everyone encourages you to join the Peace Corps or worry
about “the children” and other social matters that are now irrelevant to you. We will reiterate.
All obligations for you to do anything are now gone.
It is important to note, this does not mean you will live a life without consequence, it means that
you will no longer have an excuse of “obligation to someone else”. This means every action you
make is going to directly impede or help your future success and the only person you get to
reward or blame is yourself.
To wrap up on the obligation piece, this is not “cold hearted”. It is much more cold hearted to
donate your time and help 20 people when you could have donated several hundred thousand
dollars (or even millions!) that will help thousands of people instead. If Warren Buffett never
became the investor he is today, billions of dollars would go to waste. By signing a giving pledge,
he will do more for society by himself than thousands of workers combined. In addition, he can
pay for thousands of people to pursue their own dream of working for charities. Just remember,
without his donations they wouldn’t be able to work in the first place.
2) No More Third Party Pump Up Sessions: If you waste your time watching emotional
videos about “going out there and taking the bull by the horns” we have no doubt nothing will
be accomplished. These types of seminars, websites, videos, speeches etc. are all used to create a
cult following. If you get 1,000+ cult followers who “feel good” from the event and one of them
converts (law of large numbers) then more and more people will join the cult. It is an emotional
Ponzi scheme.
Self-doubt is normal and is something you will have to learn to deal with. But. If something
“pumps you up” then you’re being sold something on the back-end. Stop consuming it. Reading
about the struggles of someone else will not benefit you. If you need to read stories like this… it
means you’re not taking your own life seriously.
When an outrageous success story can actually impact your life emotionally it means the creator
of the content is converting your nervousness into positive energy. The “sale” is simply
converting deep seeded insecurity into positive pump up energy to make you buy some product
that won’t actually get you anywhere.
Finally, to wrap up this point, when you’re getting into higher risk situations the only thing that
will help you perform better is preparation.
Public speaking is the best example. If you are nervous before the event, practice live
demonstrations in front of other people thousands of times until you can barely speak. You’ll
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find that you’re no longer nervous because you’re prepared and don’t need some army ranger
yelling at you to get “hyped”. The more you practice the more you are desensitized to the
potential negative emotions.
99% of people fall victim to the motivation Ponzi scheme because they are never internally
motivated. It means less competition for YOU.
3) No Social Media, No Television: Unless you’re using social media to make money, go
ahead and shut it down. Joe and Sally from college, high school or your childhood do not matter
anymore. It is not harsh. If you’re not where you want to be, why would you waste time
following the actions of people that won’t help you improve?
It doesn’t make sense.
Most people are hardwired to stay “up to date” on all of their friends (Gossip, etc.). They even
waste time following celebrities who make all their money because… people want to see what
they are up to. By following the life of someone unrelated to you and someone who will never
help you down the line, you’re wasting valuable time that you should spend on yourself.
To simplify this even more, social media should *not* be used to keep tabs on other people. It
should be used to build up a brand and sell a product. Otherwise it was a colossal waste of time
that would be better spent working for minimum wage.
For television, the point is quite simple. Every single hour spent on television is lost income
while you watch someone else do their job/career. It makes no sense at all. If you run the math
it becomes even sadder.
Average income in the USA is $50K, about $25/hour. The average person spends about 3 hours
a *day* watching television. That is 21 hours a week.
Therefore? If this time was simply spent making money, it would lead to $27K in savings per
year or a million dollars over ~36 years. The point? By simply working instead of watching TV
you are practically guaranteed to be a millionaire even with no investment gains.
Before this section comes off as isolationist, let’s clear up a point. Every single person who
brings you up, or pushes you towards the right path, should be kept in your phone forever. And.
If they switch to becoming time sucks where they complain about life or drag you down in any
way, they no longer deserve your time.
4) Find One Committed “Friend”: You don’t need more than one. Find a single person who
wants to succeed as badly as you do and make sure you keep in contact for at maximum one
time per month. That is only twelve times a year (you’re going to be too busy doing work).
If you can find a single person willing to give 60-80+ hours of effort per week, the chances that
you both make it will be magnified. You’ll likely hit different hurdles and a thirty minute
conversation once a month will help jump over those issues each time.

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Importantly, you should choose different industries, this makes it impossible to compete down
the line. In the long-run? Your questions will cease as the issues become too specific (a good
thing).
5) Health Will Take a *Temporary* Hit: This will sound contradictory to the following
statement: Health is more important that wealth. That statement is still true.
The point of this bullet is that you have to find your own personal limits. Most people make the
excuse of “needing” multiple things from specific sleep schedules to leisure time. If you’re young,
you get the privilege of testing how far your body can go and once you actually break down
(once) you’ll know exactly where the line is.
You’ll find that your body sends off specific queues when you’ve officially reached your limit
and once you can recognize them, you’ll unlikely impact your health going forward. As a simple
example, most will feel discombobulated when reaching their limits. They will misplace items,
become disorganized and make mistakes even with simple tasks such as pouring a cup of coffee.
To reiterate the emphasis around a temporary health impact. Once you know your body’s limits
you won’t “push through” as it does not end in productive work and is a clear hit to your
personal health.
6) Find Your Talents: Most people are talented in several different areas. The difficulty?
Finding out if you’ll be in the top 1-5% in the segment. Without breaking into the top 5% in
your field it will be quite difficult to earn a large amount of money as income is not a standard
curve (winner gets a much larger share of the spoils).
We’re keeping this bullet basic by summarizing talents in a single sentence: you have to be good
enough to have *other* people tell you that you’re good. If you have enough potential, this will
happen on its own. It does not matter if you’re interested in the item at all. If you want to
succeed, becoming the best is much more important than simply doing a task that you “enjoy”.
To reiterate, as you try out different fields, you’ll only keep a list of items where *other people*
tell you that you’re good.
7) Learn Sales for Every Interaction: Even if you decide that business is not for you, the skills
you learn by selling will give you the toolbox necessary to live a comfortable life. While there is a
negative stigma around sales, it is far and away the best skill to learn if you were to choose only
one. Forget about complex mathematics, forget about hard science, if you can sell, you can
transfer that skill into the most important aspects of your life: earning money online, dating,
making friends and interviewing.
In short, sales is the *most* transferrable skill you will ever learn. Every single second you
spend improving your salesmanship will give you a 100x return (our exaggerated assumption!).
8) Focus on Scale: You will likely need to trade time for money at a very early age in life
(covered later in this book). However. All of your free time will be spent on a scalable business.

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A scalable business that is worth your time has two attributes: 1) recurring income and 2) a large
addressable market.
In an ideal situation, while you’re learning a specific industry… you should find a niche market
where you can be the expert. This will then open doors to other markets assuming you have
chosen correctly.
As a basic example, if you begin designing clothing you can then move into jewelry/accessories
as they are somewhat similar. If you’re good at both you could move into makeup and other
ancillary markets to retail. Every niche market falls into a major market and as you succeed in
one niche, you can use peripheral vision to move into other sectors. (Note: this may require a
completely different brand)
As a basic terrible example? You’re looking at it. A book is a horrendous way to get rich because
each sale is one time in nature. If one person reads your book they will not buy another copy for
no reason. In addition, even if they buy a book for a friend… That friend does not need two
books either. Eventually you saturate your market and there is no recurring income left! Books
are not good ways to make money because they are NOT RECURRING REVENUE.
Since our readers are smarter than average… you understand why magazines were sold on a
subscription basis. You had to renew every 12 months to create another sale for the company.
Without new content the business model would die.
9) Stress is Okay, Worry from Real Problems is Not: The extreme Entrepreneurs and future
billionaires will likely tell you to simply drop everything you’re doing and go “all in”. We take a
bit of a different approach. Everyone has differing risk tolerance levels. We’ve found that
worrying about paying your bills on time and struggling to get by usually results in too much
stress that prevents your “creative juices” from flowing.
This is why we recommend a bar-bell approach. Where you build enough income to not worry
on a daily basis (usually 10-20% above cost of living) then shift the remainder of your time to
scaling a business and creating recurring income. In short, we assume you’ll have a basic career
and will spend all of your free time building a business up on the side.
We have nothing against risk loving individuals and if you’re un-phased by being evicted and
going through turmoil to become exceptionally wealthy we wish you the best of luck on your
journey.
Our simple line is you should feel immense stress, but not enough to cause you to worry. Real
problems cause people to worry which then impedes results over the long-term.
10) No Time to Live Above Your Means: This is why frugality is not a good strategy to get
rich. The only difference between the recommendations of frugality and the recommendations
here is this: frugal people spend time *cutting cost*, future multi-millionaires spend time
*creating income*.

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If you’re serious about moving up, you’re not going to have time to spend thousands of dollars
on fancy clothing, cars and bottle service (for now). When you’ve got enough money to never
work again, you can spend as much as you like.
While clear bullet points are easy to remember… the foundation, is simply this: we all have no
one to blame but ourselves. This is why we emphasize the importance of no excuses. If
someone “else” is dragging you down, you should have no qualms in deleting that person from
your life forever. There is no reason to keep them even if “society tells you that you should”.
You only get one chance at life and you deserve to pursue each activity… baggage free.
Finally, we’ll note that the name of the book is called “Efficiency” for a reason. There will be a
lot of extreme ideas placed in here to save time. Many will call them crazy. We call them helpful.
We have to make the most out of every single day. Why the obsession with Efficiency? We don’t
have much time to succeed in life and the quality of life continues to decline once we hit middle
age. There is no point in wasting our most precious resource: Time.
Addendum: In summary, there is absolutely no competition for making it into the top 1%. If
someone wants to be in the 1% all they have to do is follow the items above and it’s practically
impossible to avoid becoming a millionaire and making mid 6-figures. The reality? Competition
begins at the 1% level because you fight two major headaches: 1) psychologically difficult to
work as you don’t need the money and 2) the people left to compete against are all top-tier.
There is a “knee in the curve” and competition goes parabolic.

Special Thank You
Before we begin, we’d like to send out a special thank you to all of our commenters. We can’t
thank them all however we’re adding a special thank you to: “Houston Natural Gas Analyst,
Nixon, OwnMyHood, RE Guy, Recent Graduate and Stealthy One Percenter” in alphabetical
order.

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Table of Contents
Why Efficiency?...................................................................................................................................

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Physical Efficiency...............................................................................................................................

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Intellectual Efficiency..........................................................................................................................

31

Education and Decision Trees...........................................................................................................

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Career Monetization............................................................................................................................

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Starting a Business...............................................................................................................................

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Affiliate Marketing Industry Overview............................................................................................

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Leaving Your Career...........................................................................................................................

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Socialization and Dating.....................................................................................................................

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Example Weekly Schedule................................................................................................................. 102
Conclusion............................................................................................................................................ 109
Appendix
Personal Finance Basics...................................................................................................................... 111
Frequently Asked Questions.............................................................................................................. 112
Fun Highlighted Success Story.......................................................................................................... 127
Top Five Posts..................................................................................................................................... 128

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Why Efficiency?
While it may seem like an odd title for a product dedicated to making money, staying in shape
and becoming happy with your life in general, we think Efficiency is our only “passion”.
Efficiency embodies everything from improvement in technology to happiness as a whole.
People are simply trying to make better use of their time. This would be the very first lesson we
would teach a young family member (our own children as well), “Your goal in life is to operate as
efficiently as possible and improve upon that qualitative metric every single year”

Broadening the Definition of Efficiency
We believe all physical improvement is an increase in efficiency as we’re simply making our
bodies adapt to new environments. Your body learns to become more efficient when you lift
heavy weights or bike several miles per day. In the end, all physical training results in an
improvement in your physical efficiency.
Technology’s entire premise is also surrounded by efficiency. When moving from snail mail to
phone calls to emails to PDFs with the ability to issue a digital signature, all of this is simply
making a process more efficient. Improvements in screen quality can be viewed as an efficiency
gain as we attempt to make each pixel improvement approach real life quality. Perhaps Virtual
Reality will become incredibly accurate and we won’t attend stadium games for football and
instead will be plugged into a high definition VR login to get closer to the action (equivalent of
floor level seating). While improvements in aesthetic qualities are not improvements in
efficiency, the vast majority of technology improvements result in time efficiency
Finally, improvement or progress is also another word for efficiency (if looked at broadly). If
you go from working for someone, to working alone to paying people to do the work for you…
You’re simply using your time more efficiently… Are you not? Similarly, if we look at all of your
goals, they likely circle around improvements in your efficiency at XYZ task. Goals are nothing
more than higher efficiency in a specific category. If we were to summarize our goals in life
it could be put into two simple words: Maximize Efficiency. This is why we never set goals. Our
only goal is to become “more efficient” and we would recommend choosing 1-2 items at a time
instead of trying to become efficient in every single part of your life over-night. In short, your
happiness in general is driven by your ability to improve your life efficiency.
If we look at these three broad items (we will get more granular later in this book with action
steps) we find that the reverse is also true. When we try to lift a heavier weight and fail or try to
win a state championship and come in second… we get upset (physical efficiency). When our time is
wasted (flight delays, traffic jams etc.) we become upset as our time is not being used efficiently

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