Everybody wants more confidence. Unless you’re Tony Robbins or a cheesy MLM salesman, a boost in confidence will significantly improve your life. Moving through the world without confidence is painful and you often find yourself in situations or places you don’t want to be. You lack the character and fortitude to say NO to people. In fact, your ability to say no is directly correlated with how confident you feel in that moment. I’m willing to bet you have agreed to do many things in life you simply didn’t want to do just because someone asked, and you didn’t have the confidence to say no.
I was going through the stats on my You Tube channel the other day and noticed many of my viewers are in the 25 – 35 age bracket. Being 29 myself I’ve noticed a lot of rapid mindset changes happen between this crucial age gap. This is the age where big things happen. You’ve typically been out of your parents house for quite a while and have experienced a certain level of harshness along with a few negative experiences. These experiences have shaped you in unconscious ways and a lot of your day to day decisions are governed by how you’ve reacted thus far to your lot in life.
If you’ve been researching nootropics you’re no doubt excited to start experimenting right away. At least, that’s how I was when I first discovered nootropics. I was like a kid on Christmas not wanting to wait until the morning to unwrap the loot.
Now that Powder City has closed up shop for good, everybody is in a scramble to find the next best place to buy high quality nootropics. Powder City was the long standing giant in the industry. Their closing certainly left a giant black hole in the industry.
While there is still much to be speculated as to why, a number of theories have come to the surface. For one, Powder City was sued in a recent lawsuit involving the death of a 28 year old man in Harris County, Texas.
Reports say on July 28, 2017, Colby Patrick Brennan overdosed on the popular nootropics Tianeptine. Tianeptine is well known in the nootropics scene as a powerful anti depressant when taken in the right doses.
A case was made against Powder City LLC for not providing adequate labeling and warnings as to the nootropics potential danger.
Death is always tragic and I see this as a warning to everybody to properly research anything they take and to do their research.
Other theories are that Powder City’s payment processor refused to process credit cards for the company. This would throw the entire operation into halt mode. I have seen many nootropics companies come and go for this very reason. It’s a giant risk that most processors do not want to take on.
Is the end of nootropics? Only time will tell.
Luckily, there are still vendors such as Peak Nootropics who seem to be doing quite well. Who knows how long they will be open in light of the largest nootropics vendor vanishing overnight.
Stock up while you can folks because who knows how long this train ride will roll for!