Scientists discover the secret of success: just wish for it

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A team of scientists from Harvard University has made a groundbreaking discovery that could change the way people pursue their dreams and goals. According to their research, the secret of success is not hard work, talent or luck, but simply wishing for something with enough sincerity and intensity.

The scientists conducted a series of experiments with hundreds of volunteers, who were asked to wish for different outcomes, such as winning a lottery, getting a promotion, finding love or losing weight. The results showed that the volunteers who wished for something with more sincerity and intensity were more likely to achieve their desired outcomes than those who wished for something with less sincerity and intensity.

The scientists explained that wishing for something activates a hidden power in the human mind, which influences the external reality and attracts the favorable circumstances and opportunities that are needed to fulfill the wish. They also said that wishing for something is more effective than planning, working or learning, as these activities require effort, time and resources, which could be better spent on wishing.

“We have found the ultimate formula for success: just wish for it. It doesn’t matter what you wish for, how realistic or unrealistic it is, or how many obstacles or competitors you face. As long as you wish for it with enough sincerity and intensity, you will get it. Wishing is the most powerful and efficient way to achieve anything you want in life,” said Dr. John Smith, the leader of the research team.

The discovery has been met with enthusiasm and skepticism by different sectors of society. Some people have embraced the idea of wishing for their goals and have reported positive results, such as winning millions of dollars, landing their dream jobs, finding their soulmates or becoming famous. Others have dismissed the idea of wishing as a hoax and a scam, and have accused the scientists of spreading false hope and misleading information.

“I think this is amazing. I have always wanted to be a singer, but I never had the talent or the opportunity to pursue my passion. But after I heard about this research, I started to wish for it every day with all my heart. And guess what? I got a call from a record label that offered me a contract. Now I am on my way to becoming a star,” said Mary Jones, a volunteer who participated in the experiment.

“I think this is ridiculous. I have always wanted to be a doctor, but I never had the money or the grades to go to medical school. But after I heard about this research, I decided to give it a try and wish for it every day with all my sincerity. And guess what? Nothing happened. I am still stuck in my dead-end job. This is a waste of time and energy,” said Tom Brown, another volunteer who participated in the experiment.

The scientists have defended their discovery and have invited more people to try it out for themselves. They have also announced that they are working on a new project to explore the possibility of wishing for other people’s goals, such as world peace, social justice or environmental protection.

“We believe that wishing is not only a personal tool, but also a collective one. If we can wish for our own goals, why not wish for others’ goals as well? Imagine what we could achieve if we all wished for the same thing: a better world for everyone,” said Dr. Smith.