Supplements to increase motivation
Entrepreneurs, aspiring executives, those of you low on the totem pole looking to climb the ladder… you need an edge.
The importance of a healthy diet, adequate exercise, and a good night’s sleep can’t be underestimated. But if you’re already doing all of that, you might want to go even faster to get more done in a day – if that sounds like you, nootropics are the answer.
But not just any nootropic – there are certain ones that will propel you further than others will. They’re below. There are four. Take a look, choose the one that’s most appealing to you, and get to the tippity top.
Let’s start with a fact: phenylpiracetam is banned by countless sports committees (including the olympics) because of just how potent it is.
It’s consider to be the most potent racetam, actually. You get an extreme amount of focus (much more than regular piracetam), a better capacity for memory (always helpful for keeping track of tasks), and an increased ability to intake and digest new information and concepts (which, as someone trying to climb higher, you should be doing constantly).
Many users also report a mood lift. One of the biggest hurdles to overcome when trying to make money is the motivational aspect. Sometimes, it seems like nothing is working, and you’re on the verge of giving up as a result of that. Phenylpiracetam can help that stagnant, toxic mindset.
The effects of phenylpiracetam are immediate and very noticeable. If you’re looking for this, try phenylpiracetam. If you’re looking for something a little more subtle, keep reading.
Phenylpiracetam dosage: 100mg to 200mg 2-3x per day
Sulbutiamine is a derivative of vitamin B1. It was originally developed in Japan to counter the cultural diet’s lack of B1, but after the beneficial effects were noticed, it quickly spread to the western world.
The nootropic is interesting because at the sweet spot, it’s perfect for those looking to make financial gain. You get tons of focus and energy (but not an insane amount like you do with phenylpiracetam), and many users report a mood lift.
Just be careful with going overboard. The ideal dose is 500mg per day, broken down in 2-3 doses. If you go over, you might get too stimulated (and have trouble falling asleep), and your mood lift might turn into intermittent mood swings, which aren’t conducive to growing a business or climbing the corporate ladder.
Phenylpiracetam is a derivative of piracetam. With piracetam, you can expect phenylpiracetam’s effects, just with a bit more cognitive function and a lot less energy.
The cognitive boosting effects are pretty well-rounded – you’ll get an increased attention span, greater memory capabilities, more verbal articulation, and less “brain fog”. All of these effects are good for working and making money.
Piracetam probably isn’t your best bet if you’re a worker who needs to be moving at the speed of light. While some users to report a slight uptick in energy right after dosing, by and large, no stimulatory effects are reported.
If phenylpiracetam seems too intense for you but you want more than piracetam offers, it’s worth looking into a stack with piracetam, caffeine, and L-theanine. Piracetam will give you the cognitive effects, caffeine will keep you going, and L-theanine will “even you out” so you’re not jittery or flying off of the walls.
Piracetam dosage: 1.6g 3x per day, up to 10g per day
Noopept users report similar effects to piracetam… but not identical.
The most prominent difference is how noopept is “in the forefront”, whereas piracetam is more “in the background”. When you’re on noopept, you’ll actively notice that you are. Whereas with piracetam, you’re experiencing the effects without even realizing it – some say that it’s an almost subconscious boost.