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May 7th, 2013
Whilst driving my children to school this morning, I heard one radio talk show host say that if Tim Tebow “came out” and proclaimed that he’s gay, he’d have 28 NFL teams trying to sign him right now.
Got a few chuckles there, but seriouslly, I doubt that would happen.
Tebow is regularly blasted for professing his beliefs. And I’m of the opinion that the only reason the Jets signed him in the first place was to ridicule him and hopefully destroy him.
As an athlete I never publicly displayed my beliefs, period. On anything. But I don’t believe my way was ‘the way’ for all athletes.
If Tebow wants to kneel and pray, I don’t care so long as he works hard and does what he can to help his team win. If he wants to say the name ‘Jesus’ in every interview, I also don’t care.
As for proclaiming yourself gay – I also don’t care.
It’s none of my business. At the same time I wouldn’t reward or condemn the Christian or the gay athlete, for saying he’s one or the other.
Apparently a group of football fans in Jacksonville, Florida, have petitioned the President to intervene and force the owner of the Jaguars to sign Tebow. I’m not betting on that petition making a difference either.
One thing I will bet on, though, is Tebow turning all the bashing of him into a positive. I bet he emerges from this experience stronger than ever before.
Because the man has ENERGY. Far more energy than most people. And ENERGY is what makes the difference when you’re confronted with obstacles, critics and your own failures on the way to success.
In my seminar later this month, you’ll discover how to bring the ENERGY of success into each and every day.
Right now we have 12 seats remaining – so if you want to attend – I suggest you jump on this one NOW.
May 5th, 2013
Well, I done turned fiftee today. And my daughter Faith turned nine. Yep, we share the same birthday.
Got up early and ate some cake. Now we’re heading out for more victuals.
Before we do so here’s a quick reminder about my Energy Seminar coming up in a few weeks. After Friday’s announcement we’re already half-full (catch the optimism), with people flying in from 14 different states and a couple foreign countries.
Today you can help me celebrate my birthday (and my daughter’s) by enrolling NOW. By doing so you’ll save substantially as the fee is going up a hundred bucks per day until we’re sold out.
Happy Cinco de Mateo (Mayo) to you. Live it up in grand schtyle by agreeing to raise your energy to the level where all things are possible.
P.S. The first 30 minutes of my seminar will be worth the fee for the entire event. Come and find out why.
May 1st, 2013
You asked for it – and it’s coming to you very soon.
The date for my next event – The Dynamic Energy and Power Seminar – is May 29-30, in Tampa, Florida.
Many “Furey Fans” have already verbally agreed they’d be attending, so when the webpage goes up for this seminar, you’d better be ready to enroll immediately.
In order to maximize results, this will NOT be a BIG seminar, in terms of attendance. But it will be HUGE in terms of what it will do for YOU for the rest of your life.
I believe we’re limiting enrollment to around 50 people, so consider this email a “brain’s up” for those who really want to attend.
So you know, I’ll be covering a LOT of information, much of which has been “hidden” or withheld from you on the subject of energy and power.
You’ll learn what to do to increase your energy and get the results you want in life, faster than you previously believed possible.
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for major improvements in terms of bodily fitness or business success – your results have everything to do with how much energy you have. how it is used and how it “flows.”
In this seminar I will help you discover the power that lies within you and how you can tap into it, on command, for anything you
You’ll also be getting “tipped off” about ways your energy, focus, direction and so on are derailed and depleted.
In short, you’ll find out what to do as well as what pitfalls to avoid.
Most importantly. you’ll be given simple, action-based strategies and procedures that will accelerate your results to a speed that will astound you – all while being in a state of harmonious flow.
So be on the lookout for the announcement about this seminar in the next couple days. It WILL fill up almost instantly, so consider this email fair warning to be ready to move – and fast.
P.S. So you know, I’ve used many of these strategies successfully with everyone from professional athletes, to young men and women who want to go to the next level academically. I’ve used them with executives, salespeople, writers, doctors and so on. All of us were given brains. Once we know how to activate our brains and rid ourselves of the clutter and baggage, our growth and development takes off like a rocket. What’s more, we enjoy the process, the journey toward our destination.
April 2nd, 2013
Everything is in flow. Everything is rolling like a river.
You’re focused like a laser.
Nothing and no one can distract you.
You’re doing what you do with such ease you hope it will never end.
But it does.
You go into a slump. Uggh.
Instead of the “man” with all the answers, you may feel you’ve become what my friend, Scott Hemond, calls the “Instant Idiot.”
When someone is in “Instant Idiot” mode, it’s as if he has no clue what to do, when to do it, how to do it, and so on. The person who was totally “in flow” is now clueless. And worst of all, he has absolutely NO IDEA how to get out of it.
Athletes go into slumps.
So do salespeople, marketers, writers (they call them blocks), entrepreneurs, professional speakers, and so on.
Being in a slump is something you can easily get out of if you know what you did to put yourself into FLOW.
But that’s where we separate the temporary slumpers from the Instant Idiots.
Those in a temporary “lull” can refer to a journal or to their notes, and pin point exactly what they were doing and thinking when they were at their best. They can go back into their mental movie theatre, relive their best moments and come out recharged and ready to go.
The Instant Idiot does something entirely different. He goes around and talks to anyone and everyone about his slump, and/or takes advice from people who have no idea what they’re talking about. If someone selling lemonade offers advice, he’ll take the advice and try it on.
Why does he do this? Because he cannot remember how he got into flow. There’s no journal. No notes. No written record.
He assumed he’d “just remember” what he was doing because it all seemed so easy.
When you’re under stress, or in a slump, it’s not so easy to remember what you were doing. You’re in the fog. And when you’re traveling through fog, you’re concerned about your next step. You find it impossible to reflect upon the BEST steps you ever took in your whole life.
Those who have journals or notes can quickly find what they were doing when they were at their best, and once they do, they can be back in flow fairly fast.
Now, if you never kept a journal, if you never took notes, there are two other ways out.
The first way out of the slump is via a LIVE meeting with someone like ME, who will help you find your personal map to where you were when you were at your best – and how to get yourself back there. If a LIVE meeting is something that interests you, email me for details.
The second way out of the slump is to use Theatre of the Mind in the privacy of your own home or office.
You relax your body, quiet your mind and go back into your memory banks to retrieve the mental movie of yourself at your BEST.
Once you find it, you begin to replay this movie each and every day. By doing this, you change direction without even trying to do so.
Your mind has a reticular activating device, a homing device, if you will. You are a goal seeking magnet. And once you begin to relive your best moments, your mind goes on auto-pilot, seeking out more experiences that are LIKE those you used to have.
If you focus on the old negative “slump” movies, you get more of them. If you focus on the old positive “flow” movies, you can do more than tread water. You can swim – and swim fast – with effortless ease.
Discover how powerful Theatre of the Mind is in your life with your enrollment in the Zero Resistance Living System. We’ll send you the system – and once you start listening to the program – and following the lessons, your life will get into flow once again.
At the present, you can obtain this best-selling program for 75% off the standard price.
Plus, I’m throwing in 7 great goodies to make the course even more powerful than it already is. Jump on this one NOW, my friend.
P.S. A lot of inquiries about my forthcoming seminar. Although I was going to have it in early May, I’ve decided on another date, which I’ll be making known very soon.
March 11th, 2013
Think about this idea for a moment and check your internal reaction as you read the following idea:
“Those who master their technical mistakes as well as the feelings of failure that usually accompany them, are the very people who stand the greatest chance of rising to the top.”
Yes, I realize the average person hates making mistakes to the point of fearing them. I realize that some people also equate “making a mistake” to getting fired, losing a job and so on.
Those aren’t the kinds of mistakes I’m talking about. I’m talking about the mistakes that ALL successful people make along the path of mastery. No one succeeds without making mistakes. No one succeeds without experiencing temporary failure.
And no one who succeeds does so without ever having a “dark night” in which he doubts himself to the very core.
Making mistakes or failing a few hundred (or thousand) times is not the issue. The issues are:
1. Did you learn from the mistake
2. Did you learn to harmonize the negative feelings you had about the mistake
As a collegiate athlete, I once learned to analyze my performance after each match. In doing so, I asked myself, “What are four things you could improve about how you competed tonight.”
It was a tough question on many occasions, especially the ones in which I appeared to flawlessly rip the other guy to shreds. But ask away I did, and doing so made me better.
Sometimes it’s easy to see our mistakes and failures. Easy for everyone else, too. At other times, we need to think outside the test tube in order to find a better way. I believe there is always a better or easier way – but you won’t find it if you’re not looking – or if you think you’ve already have all the answers.
I’m a big believer in the philosophy that says, “You never really got it down – you’re only practicing on getting it down. As soon as you think you’ve GOT IT – you’re in for a rude awakening.”
Keep these ideas in mind as you “practice your game” – whatever it is.
And if you really want to master your mistakes and the negative feelings that go with them, then be sure to grab a copy of the Zero Resistance Living System.
Just think what life would be like if you had no fear of making mistakes, no fear of failing.
Realize that you’d then be on the path of Zero Resistance Living – and let me tell you – it’s a great way to live.
P.S. Tune in tomorrow for a new product for aspiring and existing copywriters, who like the Fureyesque style of these emails.
March 7th, 2013
Last night I spoke with Don, a friend who is a school teacher in Iowa. He and I attended the same schools from sixth grade through high school.
The last time I saw Don was at a piano recital he invited me to attend when both of us attended the University of Iowa.
Anyway, over the years Don has kept in touch, but recently much more so because he’s having so much success helping others through the power of self-image visualization exercises.
Anyway, last night he told me the story of a young girl who formed a goal to go to Europe and study over the summer. She comes from a poor family and her father let her know that he couldn’t afford such a trip for her. She told him that wasn’t a problem because she’d earn the money herself.
Her father laughed.
Armed with a new mental image of what life could be like for her, she got to work, and on the very day she had to turn in the funds to make the trip, she had all she needed. Except for thirty bucks.
When her father discovered that she had raised ALL but thirty bucks on her own, he nearly cried. He was so moved he pulled some spare coin out of hiding and gave her the thirty she needed, plus some extra to cover food and incidentals.
This story moved me as well. So much so that I’m hereby announcing 50% off on a revised prosperity book and CD program I put out a while ago.
Many of my clients and customers believe this is the best book I ever wrote.
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March 6th, 2013
You’ve most likely heard the line, “To be or not to be – that is the question.”
When I was living in California, every once in a while someone would say, “What do you have goals for. Why can’t you just BE?”
In reply I’d say, “Ever think of being and doing at the same time.”
Show me someone who is just BEING – but never DOING – and I’ll show you a loser.
Same goes for someone who is so busy doing he never learns how to BE and DO simultaneously. Eventually he’ll fry his nervous system and a rest will be required.
One of the hallmarks of great masters is that they learn how to use their mind and body as one – and that’s the way they’re designed to BE used anyway.
Before you do anything, how about taking time out to tune into your breath, how about scanning your body for unnecessary tension.
Once found, release it and let it go.
Yes, you can plow through life with unwanted tension – but you can soar through life without it. The differences involve speed and ease.
Unconsciously we tend to think that we’ll get further faster if we add more strain to the equation. But the opposite is true. We can do far more far faster when we let go of the physical and psychological tensions that are holding us back.
Last night at a local game I watched a young man get upset at himself after he made an error on the field. He displayed his anger for all to see, letting everyone know that he flogs himself after a mistake.
A couple minutes later he made another error. He flogged himself again.
And then he made another error. Once again, he added more tension to the situation by pouting and getting on himself.
Whenever this happens, the best thing a coach can do is remove the player from the field. He’s not doing anyone else on the team any good – and he’s not helping himself either. In fact, he’s dragging the team down as they witness his attitude.
As a parent, if the coach won’t remove your son or daughter from a game when they act this way, I think you need to step in and remove him yourself.
That’s what my Mom did to me at a swimming meet when I was 12 years old. Our team lost the freestyle relay after our third man gave away a half-pool lead and left us another half-pool behind.
I was so mad I followed the boy to where his parents were seated, and I gave him a piece of my mind. My mother saw me doing this and called for me to go home.
We walked home that night and she took a good half-hour to explain to me that no matter how good I might be, this type of attitude was unacceptable. She explained that even if you’re good, you won’t get any credit from many folks because they’ll say, “Ah, he’s a hot head.”
I’ve talked to MLB agents who had someone listed as a first-round draft pick – until they went to watch a game in person. After an error, the would-be first-rounder yelled at another player on the field. He dropped 20 rounds by the next day and by the time of the draft, he was barely given a mention.
Just from one blow-up.
But you want to know something cool. It’s really hard to blow up when you’re being and doing at the same time; when you’re living in the present moment; when you’re aware of your breathing – and when no matter what happens, you let it go and move on to the next thing.
This process of learning to let go so you can BE and DO is available to you in the best-selling Zero Resistance Living System – currently available for 75% off the normal price.
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Make sure you look into it NOW – so you can Be and Do all your way to the level of mastery, in whatever you so choose.
March 1st, 2013
A couple quick updates for you:
1. A lot of you have been emailing and calling to ask about my 50th Birthday Bash – during which time I’ll be having an Energy Seminar – which will include everything I’m currently doing (most of which I have never taught) in the realm of fitness, chi kung, nutrition, recuperation, mental game training, and much more.
I will be announcing the location of this event, as well as other details later this month. In the interim, you CAN mark your calendar for the dates of said event. Everything will kick off on Friday, May 3, around 6 PM. Festivities will continue on Saturday, May 4 and commencement will take place circa 3 PM on Sunday, May 5.
I’m looking forward to seeing you there.
2. My friend, Steve Chandler, author of several best-sellers, including my personal favorite, The Story of You and How to Create a New One – just sent me his latest and greatest book, WEALTH WARRIOR: The Personal Prosperity Revolution in Kindle e-book format. And he told me that I could pass the book on to YOU as well.
So here tis. go and download it NOW.
Also, Amazon Kindle ebook reading apps for smartphones, computers and tablets are available right here.
3. In lieu of the gift for you shown above, I’ve decided to move the launch of my latest and greatest product back a week or so. I assure you, though, once you have your hands on my newest product, you are going to be in absolute AWE of the positive results it brings you.
4. Many of you have wanted to know if the 75% off special I had on the Zero Resistance Living System is still valid. It SURE IS. Reserve your copy of this best-selling program NOW.
5. And if all of the above isn’t enough reason to celebrate, then drop everything you’re currently doing, take some time to count your blessings, and you’ll instantly feel better about yourself.
February 27th, 2013
Last Thursday, when I’m watching my son’s baseball practice, another parent had an unusual t-shirt on.
Surrounded by green and orange graphics, it read, “Haters Welcome.”
“What’s your shirt say,” I asked while smiling.
“It says ‘Haters Welcome’ – I liked to wear it when I was coaching because when we had haters, I knew we were on the right track.”
The next day, I stopped in a sporting goods store, looking for the t-shirt this man was wearing. Although I wasn’t able to find the exact same shirt, I found something that was even better.
In big, bold letters it read,
“IF YOU HAVE HATERS YOU’RE DOING SOMETHING RIGHT.”
Amen, I thought, while taking it to the cashier.
Now, I realize a fair amount of people don’t understand why someone would enjoy wearing a t-shirt that says, in effect, “I love haters.”
But successful people readily understand you cannot get where you want to go in life if you’re addicted to the approval of others. To be successful, you must be independent of the good and bad opinions of others. To completely fit in with the masses, to attempt to garner the approval of 100 percent of everyone, is to commit emotional suicide.
You cannot get everyone to like you, no matter how hard you try. At the same time, you cannot get everyone to hate you, no matter how much you may deserve their wrath.
So, why not be true to yourself. Why not be who you are and see who sticks around. Chances are excellent that those who stay around are the only REAL friends you’ll ever have.
One of the chief hallmarks of a successful human being is his skill at letting criticism roll of his back. If you receive feedback that is helpful, you’d be ignorant to ignore it completely or tune it out. But if the feedback isn’t real feedback, but rather a personal attack, then you are better off with a thick black face.
Having a wall of emotional protection around yourself is a good idea. No one truly succeeds without this wall – and t-shirts that proclaim “I love haters” are wonderful because they remind you and the world that your mission in life is NOT to please everyone. It cannot be done.
Being IMMUNE to the criticism of others, though, is the second step. It’s not the first.
The first step is to stop criticizing yourself. Stop brow-beating yourself, putting yourself down, telling yourself you can’t. If you’re against YOU, it’s hard for others to be for you.
But when you’re on your own side, you’re not concerned whether or not everyone likes you. You like you – and that’s the most important “liker” of them all.
Ironically, when you’re true to yourself, when you no longer concern yourself with how many people like or dislike you, that’s when you not only perform, act and work at your best – it’s when more people than ever jump on the band wagon and want to be around you.
Yep, you’ll still have haters, but you’ll have a lot more REAL people around you; people who are happy to see your success instead of being jealous of it.
So yeah, “Haters Welcome.”
See yourself smiling and enjoying another’s hate – and watch how the stress, angst and frustration of NOT wanting anyone to dislike you gets flushed down the drain.
What a way to live.
Sure, go ahead and picture others liking you as well – but before you do so, make sure you like yourself.
P.S. Hey, wait a minute: Within the next couple days I’m going to announce a new product – something that will give you power over haters, as well as anything you think is blocking you from the life you really want to live. Stay tuned.
February 19th, 2013
Over this past weekend, when I was in Hollywood, Florida, (yes, we have one, too) for a prestigious 12 and under baseball tournament, I witnessed the greatest act of sportsmanship EVER, by a group of ball players who had just lost to my son’s team.
To set the stage:
The competition was fierce, with seven teams flying in from California and another coming in from Houston. Not to mention the stellar teams from Miami and other areas of Florida, including Tampa.
Anyway, we didn’t play well in our first two games, so we faced a team who did (an 0-2 team versus a 2-0 team). This team, the SY TITANS out of Santa Ynez, California, happened to be the #5 ranked team in the country, and so, our backs were against the wall when my son, Frank, took the hill.
The battle was on when we took a 2-0 lead in the first. They responded with a run of their own, along with great defense and pitching, robbing us of runs that were a sure thing against most teams.
At the bottom of the 5th inning, we appeared to have a commanding 5-2 lead. Then my friend, Woody, who was sitting next to me in the 40 degree weather, jinxed my son by saying, “Well, it looks like you guys are in total control.”
“Don’t say that,” I said. “The score can change really fast in this game.”
Two seconds later, an SY Titans player slammed a 2-run shot, making it a one-run ball game.
In the sixth we added another insurance run, then brought in our closer, who punched out three batters with runners on 2nd and 3rd.
We won, 6-5 and what a thrill ’twas.
After my wife and I hugged and high-5′d each other, I fist bumped other parents and fans.
And then the SHOCK of MY LIFE.
The SY TITANS walked before our parents and fans and clapped for us, celebrating our victory with us, telling us congratulations, and much more.
Naaah, this can’t be happening. This isn’t something out of a movie. This isn’t even real life – as far as I knew it, and I’ve competed all over the country and world. The highest form of sportsmanship I ever witnessed was a handshake from your typically disgruntled opponent.
Yet, here was a group of 12-year old lads who weren’t taking their defeat the way so many youngsters do today. They were letting their pain of loss go by celebrating for the team who won.
As I left the ball park, several parents came up and congratulated the efforts of my son. They told me how they wish they didn’t have to face him.
I then told this team what I’m telling you now: “In all my life I’ve never seen such magnanimous sportsmanship. Unlike so many of the teams I’ve seen, who curse and scream at the umpires after a loss (coaches as well as players), this team separated themselves from the masses.
No, they didn’t win the game – but they won my respect and admiration – and that doesn’t come easily. It must be earned.
In Florida, we don’t play teams from California very often – but I can tell you, I really hope we play the SY TITANS again, not just because they’re a superb team, but because win or lose, they’re a team with tremendous class.
They know how to let losses go and move on to the bigger picture, being professional human beings.
One parent told me that this type of sportsmanship is how they end games in California. If that’s really true, I’d love to see it catch hold in other states.
Give it all you’ve got – then let the wins and losses go. Move on to the next practice, the next game, the next opportunity to showcase your team’s skills – then rinse and repeat, over and over again.
P.S. Want to get really good at being a professional human being – then make sure you look into getting the Zero Resistance Living System – now available for 75% off the normal amount – with seven bonuses you’ll want to devour right now. Get this program and you, too, can let go of the stresses and strains, mistakes and setbacks from each day. In so doing, you’ll enjoy your victories, triumphs and successes even more.
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