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Not such a silly question, after all, considering that you may well have been born with the Psychology of Shortcuts inside you.
Have you never used shortcuts? Have you never wracked your brain looking for newer and better shortcuts for a particular effort?
If you do not consider the Psychology of Shortcuts an automatic part of our lives, when did you last pay for food prepped by someone else?
Rather than take the time to prepare the food yourself, you paid someone else, which is among your most common, most prolifically-used shortcuts.
As a child, you practiced any number of Psychology of Shortcuts tactics and methods to get what you wanted. Then came your adolescence. Uh oh!
Once we become psycho-socio-sexually aware of ourselves, we start caring more about what others think than what we or our loved ones may tend to think.
Do you madly scramble to clean the house when company was coming? Why is company more important than the people who are closest to you? Think about it.
More to the point, you have hundreds and hundreds of shortcuts stored within your mind, some that you use many times, and many that you simply forget to use at all.
The Psychology of Shortcuts is alive and (hopefully) well, inside of you. Bring out your Psychology of Shortcuts and see what the Psychology of Shortcuts does for YOU.