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Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Want to Become a "Money Magnet"?

Are you interested in becoming a money magnet? 

I've created a new video training that introduces my new certification program. I hope you have a chance to watch it.

What do I mean by "money magnet"? Well, this is one way of describing the situation you are in when you are able to offer a service or a product any time you like and earn money doing it.

It's a little like being able to do massage. Or, be able to cut people's hair. Or, being able to fix people's automobiles. All you need is a client and you are in business.

You are in a position where you have something people want and need that you can charge money for. This makes you a 'money magnet'.... someone who can create money anytime you want. All you need is someone willing to buy what you are offering.

Without a skill or a service like this, the only thing you have to exchange for money is your time. This means someone else tells you what to do and how much you are worth.

In this case, what you are offering is a method of helping a person be happier and more successful. Who doesn't want that? Ask your friends if they would like to be happier and more successful. See what they say.

For me... what this knowledge meant to me was 'freedom'.

When I learned these techniques, I realized I was financially free.

If I needed money, I just had to put on a class, hold a seminar, or find a coaching client. And I've earned money using these skills in Australia, New Zealand, the USA, Canada, in China and next year I am planning to go to Europe for a few months. In the past few years, I've had the experience of earning as much in one week as I used to earn in a full year. That's a great feeling.

When you learn these skills, you will be in a position to earn your own income anytime you choose. You can start off slow, part time. Or, jump into it full time when you feel ready.

The beauty of having the learning materials online and instantly available, is that you can share them with anyone just by giving them one of the coupons I will make available to you. They watch the videos; they download the workbook; they listen to the meditation recordings. You simply facilitate the process by encouraging them to follow through.... which they will be motivated to do when they pay you for it.

As I say in the video, because you are setting yourself up as the facilitator, you will be putting pressure on yourself to use the materials too. And when you do, you start to get results.

Why? Because everyone who does these exercises gets results. The problem is that people don't do the exercises. It's like people joining a gym in January because they decided to exercise and lose weight. By February, they have stopped going to the gym because their motivation has faded.

It's the same with any 'self-improvement' program. This is why you put together a small group of people to "study with you". The whole learning dynamics change. You all learn together because of the dynamics of the group. But you learn more than anyone else, because you are learning to attract clients and receive money for your efforts.

You don't need to pretend to be an expert. This will just make you feel uncomfortable.

Just tell the truth: You are learning these principles and you want people to learn with you.

That is really the secret.

ONE OTHER THOUGHT... I am leaving for a lecture tour of China in a couple of weeks and I want you to get started in this program as soon as possible. We can talk on the phone before I leave if you have any questions.

Even from China we can communicate by email when I'm away and you can go through the materials, start to experience some results and start talking to people to find your six co-learners. I will be be back near the end of February, but I'll set things up for you before I leave, and I'll be able to answer your questions by email no matter where I am.

I really want you to join me in this process. I am so pumped about working with you because I have learned so much and grown so much through learning and applying these principles that I want you to realize your dreams by learning them too.

Here's the link again:

If you have any questions, just send me a message using the link on the site or email me back.

All the best to you in 2016,


Saturday, 23 May 2015

Law of Attraction - A New Philosophy for Living?

Raised Roman Catholic and spending twelve years in the Catholic school system, I was fully indoctrinated in Christian dogma, values and world view. I attended Sunday bible lessons and was taught the value of daily prayers, kneeling beside my bed, saying, “God bless mommy; God bless daddy; and God bless Chum, (our beloved Golden Cocker Spaniel)”. I tried to reconcile my flowering interest in astronomy and quantum physics with the traditional notion of a God who had created the universe and remained fully aware of every single thing in it, including my thoughts, hopes and fears, I was aware of the danger of sin, either in ‘thought, word or deed’ because He would know and treat me accordingly.

At age eight a crisis of faith led to an appointment with the priest, whose unsatisfactory answers ended with feelings of disappointment and rejection as he told me to ‘leave the church and don’t come back until you find your own answers.’ This became my personal ‘vision quest’.

I came of age in the sixties, learning to dance listening to the Beatles, who also introduced me to yoga, meditation and drugs. A hippy, following Lennon’s exhortation to ‘give peace a chance’ I began practicing meditation and found much comfort in Buddhism, which stressed the value of guarding one’s thoughts, words and deeds, because they affected one’s karma.

At Unity church, I learned of Charles Fillmore’s idea that ‘God is what you think’. I vicariously met many ‘new thought’ authors and adopted the self-help philosophy of James Allan’s “As a Man Thinketh”, Napoleon Hill’s “Think and Grow Rich”, Wallace Wattles, “The Science of Getting Rich”, and Charles Haanel’s “Master Key System”, which changed my life and helped reconcile my earlier insight of the value of monitoring my own thoughts, words and deeds. My daily prayers became daily affirmations and daily visualization exercises.

The ‘New Thought Movement’ included William Walker Atkinson’s, book, “Thought Vibration, or the Law of Attraction in the Thought World”, and Wallace Wattles’ 1910 work, “The Science of Being Great” which inspired Rhonda Byrne to write “The Secret” which became a favorite of Oprah’s and a publishing phenomenon.

In the mid 1990’s researchers at Harvard University proved one idea from Wattles’ 1910 book to be  scientific fact. He wrote, “Any talent you possess may be increased; you can multiply the brain cells in this particular area until it acts as powerfully as you wish.”  Researchers proved that, contrary to previous beliefs, brain cells can indeed be influenced to grow and amazingly, simply thinking in a ‘certain way’ can cause these brain changes to happen. This discovery launched the new science of ‘neuroplasticity’. It also breathed life into the new field of positive psychology. Suddenly, thinking, long considered to have no scientific validity since the time of Descartes, is at the forefront of the behavioral and neurosciences. After more than 100 years, will the Law of Attraction find a place as a valid philosophy for living a better life?