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You don’t get to choose - it’s not how it works

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This is your only option… Greetings Everyday Spy, Everyone I’ve ever met said they want to

This is your only option… [Image](https://) Greetings Everyday Spy, Everyone I’ve ever met said they want to be successful. But they all wanted to do it on their own terms: work X hours, have Y income, work only with Z type of people, etc. The reality is - it doesn’t work that way. Success is not a buffet where you get to pick the food you like and leave the rest. You don’t get to pick the conditions under which you need to work. You don’t get to pick the economic climate. You don’t get to pick the people or competition you have to deal with. Success is more like a poker game. You have to play with the cards you have… figure out who you’re playing with… assess the situation, stakes, and risks… … And based on that, formulate a strategy with the most chance to take you to win (or, at least, stay longer in the game). Out there, in the field, I couldn’t pick the perfect conditions. Sometimes my cover would be compromised. Or the asset turned out to be unreliable. Or the information would be false. What do you do in that situation? Give up? No. You adapt to that new situation, adjust your strategy, and keep moving forward. That’s one of the most valuable skills I learned as a CIA operative. Now, I want to teach you that same skill. [I want to personally invite you to join us for Streetcraft]( - one of our most popular programs - this June 7th in Colorado Springs, CO. Streetcraft is a 1-day intensive training course focused on operational tradecraft techniques that have everyday applications in leadership, business, critical thinking, and personal security. In other words, you become a spy for a day. You’ll experience what it’s like to: - Reach out to an asset and extract valuable information as quickly as possible… - Make a dead drop without anyone noticing… - Check if you’re being followed… - Assess the situation with limited information… And much more. During this 1-day intensive training, you’ll start developing skills to help you become more successful in your career, business, or relationships. And since this is a live event, and we provide all necessary materials and support, the spots are extremely limited. So [book yours ASAP]( or let someone else take your place & learn these important skills… and hope we’ll host another one in Colorado Springs in the near future. Godspeed, #EverydaySpy Andrew Bustamante Andrew Bustamante, Founder of EverydaySpy.com, is a former covert CIA Intelligence officer, decorated US Air Force Combat Veteran, and respected Fortune 500 senior advisor. Learn more from Andrew on his Podcast (The EverydaySpy Podcast) and by following @EverydaySpy on your favorite social media platform. This email was sent to {EMAIL}. Don't want to receive these emails anymore? [Unsubscribe]( EverydaySpy, 411 Walnut St. #20309, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043

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