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The Magic Power of Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 26th, 2008

We’re quickly approaching Thanksgiving Day – that time of year in which, via a national holiday, we’re reminded of the value of gratitude.

But what about The Power of Gratitude – The Power of Giving Thanks. Not just on Thanksgiving – but
every day of our lives.

Recently I was listening to a conversation between two American women. One was telling the other about doing a Gratitude visualization or meditation each day.

“I have a friend back home who has been doing this every night for the past few weeks,” she said. “And the positive things coming her way are nothing short of miraculous.”

I don’t doubt this woman’s story for a single moment.

When you express gratitude for what you have – and really, really mean it, the energy from this helps to increase the flow of good into your life. Nature favorably responds to those who recall, remember and re-celebrate the good things in life.

There are always more good things than you can imagine – but most people rarely give any thought to what is working, what is good and what worked in the past.

If you want to get yourself into a truly positive frame of mind, sit in a chair and mentally picture everything in your life that you are truly grateful for.

Your body.
Your health.
Your friends and/or family.
Your home.
Your clothes.
Your food.
Your water.
Your transportation.
Your library.
And so on.

If you really take some time to honestly evaluate all the good out there and in there – it’s not possible for this exercise to last less than 15 minutes.

I am reminded of the young lady, Teresa, whom I trained many years ago when I had a personal training studio in California.

Teresa was a knockout. A perfect 10 by most peoples’ standards. Long blonde hair, stunning blue eyes, long slender legs – and so on.

Yet, she didn’t see anything good about how she looked. When I asked her what she was thankful for about her body and looks, she immediately began attacking herself with her index finger.

“I have this mole on my face. And I have this spot on my neck. And my skin is too dry. And my hair doesn’t set right – and I’m just getting warmed up here,” she said. “I can go on and on. Are you sure you want me to continue.”

“You’ve had a lot of practice with this fault finding, haven’t you,” I said. “And do you realize you have not answered my question. I asked what you were thankful for – not your long list of flaws and faults.”

“Well I cannot give you anything on that list,” she said.

“Really,” I said. “Well, let me get clarity on this. Do you like your legs.”

“No, I hate my legs.”

“So you’d rather have them amputated. You’d rather go without.”

“NO,” I wouldn’t want that.

“Okay, so you are somewhat grateful for your legs then.”


“Alright, how about your arms.”

“Oh gawd, I hate my arms.”

“So you want them removed, too,” I said.


“You mean you want to keep them. Well, if that’s the case, you must be glad to have them.”

“And how about the skin on your face – should I have that removed for you as well.”

“That would be scary.”

“Okay, so you want to keep your face, moles and all,” I said.


“And what about that hair. Why don’t we shave it all off,” I smiled.

“No way. I wouldn’t want to be bald.”

“Oh, so you do like your hair.”

“Compared to being bald, yes.”

“I’m the exact opposite,” I said. “I’m so grateful I lost part of my hair that I removed what was left. Not only that, I really, really like my cauliflower ears. They’re big and gnarly, but man they are cool. I consider them a trademark for a job well done.”

She began to laugh.

By the time we finished Teresa had a much deeper appreciation of her body than any other time in her life.

But that was only one day of gratitude. It wasn’t yet a habit. If she reviewed the list each day for a month, it would take hold of her and improve her life in seen and unseen ways.

You may not think this is so. You may think what I’m saying is some sort of mystical or esoteric teaching. If you think such a thing, you may be surprised to discover that the above is a very basic and fundamental truth. But you cannot and will not discover it unless you apply it.

Start your gratitude visualization today. Carry it out again during Thanksgiving – and afterward. Give yourself 30 days – minimum – and if you don’t notice any improvement – then delete this email – which was sent to you at no charge.

That’s it for today’s tip – which I’m giving to you in a state of gratitude to thank you for being on this earthly journey with me.

Happy Thanksgiving,

Matt Furey

How to Stop a Divorce

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

A few days ago, here in China, I was asked to do something that would put any and all persuasive talents to the test. A couple I know were in the midst of a major fight – and both of them are extremely stubborn.

The night before the woman in the relationship said she wanted a divorce. I told the man not to worry, that she would change her mind if he did as I advised.

“Aah, but you don’t know my wife,” he said. “She is more stubborn than the most stubborn person you know. If you think Chinese people are stubborn, you’ve seen nothing.”

“Don’t think that way,” I said. “Right now there is a lot of fire between you. First you must put out the fire. You do this BEFORE you talk to her. Otherwise both of you will get burned.”

“I know what you’re trying to say,” he said. “But it won’t work.”

“Yes, it will,” I replied. “You must change the way you see HER before you speak. Don’t see her as stubborn or unwilling to bend. Tell her you’re sorry for the trouble, tell her you love her, ask for forgiveness and I think she will see that you want to work this out.”

“Okay, I will try.”

Three hours later, I called my friend. No change.

We had dinner together that night. He had tears in his eyes and on his cheeks as we talked.

“Some relationships cannot be worked out,” I said. “Some times it is better to go your separate ways. But many can be worked out if you’re willing to lose face. In China, this whole “face saving” thing interferes with relationships. Forget face. This is not about face. This is about getting what both of you probably want – deep down.”

Several hours later the man called me. He asked me if I would intercede and talk to his wife.

“But what can I say,” I said. “This is not my business. You think she will listen to me if she won’t listen to you.”

“I think you can try,” he said.

“I will do what I can,” I replied.

Although I was not in need of a shower or change in clothing, I jumped under the hot water and got clean anyway. I went into my bedroom to get dressed. At first I reached for the clothes I was already wearing. But upon touching them some sort of guidance told me “no” – to put on something totally fresh.

I carefully selected the pants, shirt and shoes I would wear. As well as what bracelet. I had jade, blue coral, Tibetan agate, obsidian and a few other bracelets.

I chose the obsidian.

While making all these decisions I kept asking what was the right thing to say to obtain the result needed.

“Don’t think about what to say,” I was subconsciously instructed. “Just keep the picture of this relationship being healed and all will work out.”

I left my home and walked to the couples abode. Minutes later I rang their doorbell.

The wife answered and invited me in. She was on the phone with someone else, talking as if all was well. I took a seat on the couch and patiently waited for her conversation to end.

When she hung up the phone she took a seat on a chair to the right of me – a good ten feet away. Lots of distance.

Making minimal eye contact – common in China when having a dispute – I began to speak in Chinese. In fact, I spoke the entire time in Chinese as this lady knows only two or three words of English.

This is not a job I wish on anyone.

A few minutes into the conversation, out of the corner of my eye I saw her wipe a tear. I pretended not to notice.

I rolled from one story to the next, assuring her that her husband not only loved her, but was crying over dinner when we spoke. I said, “It is rare for me to see a Chinese man cry. This was a first for me.”

Toward the end I advised her as follows:

A. In a divorce, in almost all cases, there are no winners. Only losers. Consider this deeply.

B. I believe it is time for you to do three things:

a. Relax your body.
b. Breathe deeply.
c. Take a step back and observe.

She nodded.

I got up to leave. Just before walking out the door, though, I turned to her and said, “So, it is okay for him to come in and talk to you now, right?”

I watched her eyes shake.  A series of negative mental pictures shattered inside her head.

“Mei shir. Keyi,” she said. Meaning, “No problem. He can.”

If I hadn’t asked this question, just before leaving, all my efforts may have been in vein.

I walked back to where the husband was waiting and gave him the news. He bowed in gratitude and thanked

The couple met ten minutes later and all was well.

When a couple begins to quarrel, it’s not so much the words that matter but the energy within the mental pictures that are being exchanged. This energy leaves your body and begins to attack the other person. It doesn’t just remain in your own mind. If it did, then why can you walk in a room and feel the vibration left behind, positive or negative, from whomever was their last.

There are some relationships that need to come to an end. Some people are better off separated and divorced. But many people are not – and they have a chance to heal the wounds if they’ll douse the fire before talking; if they’ll relax, breathe and take a step back.

Never think the other person cannot be persuaded. No matter how stubborn someone may be, there is always a chance that he or she will open up if you SEE him doing so. Your image of the person you’re speaking to  holds more persuasive power than anything else you think or do.


When it comes to your financial situation, the same rules apply. Relax, breathe and take a step back to observe what you’ve been doing. This gives you the space to change what you’re doing.

Without space, you cannot see what you’re doing right or what you’re doing wrong. You cannot see how things can be different, no matter who the president is, no matter what your past or previous setbacks.

Step back from the hypnosis fed to you by the media each day. Become the miracle you truly are by refusing to let anyone or anything put you into a trance.

Get up off the deck, dust yourself off and see the possibilities lying before you.

in 101 Ways to Magnetize Money – I give you the A-Z that takes you out of the trance and puts you into the vault of prosperity and good tidings.

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Matt Furey

The Secret Nobody Will Discuss

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

Okay, okay, okay. Today it’s time for the blunt end of the swift sword; it’s time for a bit of roughness around the edges. Perhaps even some sarcasm.

Feeling good, in and of itself, will NOT – and I repeat… WILL NOT help you magnetize money.

So take all your Law of Attraction books and toss ’em – unless, of course, you’re willing to implement another LAW first.

This other LAW is something you don’t see discussed in “The Secret” or other movies, books or programs of this genre. Yet, in my book, 101 Ways to Magnetize Money, the entire program is laced and threaded and stitched together with this LAW.

In fact, your entire day will become The LAW – if you follow the instructions I outline.

Yes, I cover the importance of capturing that “winning feeling.” Yes, I cover the significance of getting your emotional state right when you go through your day.

Yet, that winning feeling, in and of itself is NOT enough UNLESS you have already laid a deep and solid foundation with… something more.

In 101 Ways to Magnetize Money, I tell you what this “something more” is.

Hint: Every single person who starred in The Secret had this something more. Straight down the line. Whether man or woman – each and every person did FAR MORE than feel good to attract greater riches.

Now, to make myself even clearer – I am NOT saying that how you think and feel has nothing to do with magnetizing m-oney. I believe it most certainly does. I will go on record stating that 90% or more of the success process is MENTAL.

Even so, the mental must be combined with “something more” – otherwise nothing much will happen.

There’s an old saying, “You cannot fish without bait.”

This is both true and false.

When you go fishing you can use a lure, a night crawler or a minnow.

That’s bait, right.

But you can also fish with a net, a harpoon, a trap – and in some cases, your bare hands.

And if you’re an Alaskan grizzly all you need is your nose, eyes and teeth.

In today’s society, you can also snag your fish by ordering one at a supermarket or restaurant.

Whichever method you choose – there will be no fish for you unless you are willing to observe the REAL SECRETS – the REAL LAWS that guide you toward success.

What I am saying here is not mere fluff. It is not something I say because I hope it will make me a ton of dough.

I am recording these words because I have applied the 101 Ways in numerous arenas.

I applied these WAYS on the road to winning a world championship in kung fu – beating the Chinese at their own game after being retired from competition for 11 years.

I applied these WAYS on the way to writing my first martial arts book in 1996, as well as the creation of many other products and services.

I applied it on the road to becoming a best-selling author and Internet entrepreneur who has made many multiples of seven figures per year, long BEFORE writing about how to do it.

I have also applied it with my family and in my personal relationships.

And in each and every case – the 101 Ways WORKED.

Why do these ways work. Because all the mental and spiritual strategies I teach are grounded in “something more.” If you already have this “something more” – then the mental and spiritual laws I teach will guide you to your targets at quantum speed. If you don’t, then you have one more piece of the puzzle to fit into place before you start hitting homeruns.

If you want MORE out of LIFE – then you’ve got to be willing to learn and practice what I teach in 101 Ways to Magnetize Money. If you’re willing to put the pieces of the puzzle together, your life will take on an effortless glow.

Find out what the pieces are TO-DAY by taking a test-drive thru 101 Ways to Magnetize Money

Matt Furey

P.S. Many readers of 101 Ways to Magnetize Money were so thrilled that they bought 20, 30, 50 – even 100 copies of it. What an  endorsement. Thank you very much.

Golf Lessons With My Neighbor

Friday, November 21st, 2008

The wave of support for my neighbor, Harrison Kowiak, and his family, has been HUGE. I wholeheartedly thank you and so does the family. They are already acting upon the tremendous outpouring of information sent in by so many of the Furey Faithful.

As you know I don’t regularly use my email messages for subjects like this – but I do feel that at times you need to stop whatever you are doing and show support for other causes – other than business. And being that I knew the young man personally and spent many precious moments with him, there is no way I can stay mum or not do every thing I can to be of assistance to the family.

When I got up yesterday I received a text message from the Harrison’s father, asking to speak to me live. This is NOT a privilege granted to many people – but I immediately replied and said I would call him after 10 PM EST.

Before making the call I wondered what I could say or do to be of help. What can you really say to console a father and mother who just lost their son. Words can help, no doubt, but when the pain is deep, sometimes they only get in the way.

Ultimately I chose to recall how Harrison listened so attentively when I spoke about success in sports – even in golf – something I am not an expert on. He not only listened to me – but he trusted and believed in what I said. And he took immediate action to correct the mental mistakes he was making – replacing them with powerful new mental pictures of what he wanted.

The turnaround in his game was so dramatic that he wanted to give me the credit. I passed it back to him. He did it – not me.

This was a bit unsettling, so he encouraged me to take up golf with him. I expressed an interest, saying, “I’ve often thought that I would begin learning to golf after the age of 40.”

The next day Harrison, my wife and my son, drove to a Golf Pro store in Tampa. I spent a couple hours looking at clubs and whacking the ball. Harrison encouraged me after the first few whacks – saying, “You’re a natural.”

“I don’t think so,” I said. “There’s much to learn.”

After my first lesson, my wife stepped in and said, “When are you going to have time for this. I know you want to play golf – but you’re already committed to so many things. And you don’t do anything half-way. When are you going to do this.”

I looked at her and said, “If I want to do it, I’ll make time.”

Then I thought about it a bit more, turned to Harrison and said, “I think she’s right. I don’t know when I’d be able to practice. I know my nature. If I start on this it won’t just be a leisurely activity. It’ll be totally insane commitment.”

“I can practice with you each day,” said Harrison.

“I know you can. It sounds and looks like a good idea – but let me take more time to consider all the details.”

We left the golf store that afternoon. Harrison was a bit disappointed – but he got over it fast.

On another occasion he dropped by our home in the after noon. He’d been following the exercises in my book, Combat Conditioning and his father encouraged him to get further instruction.

When I opened the door Harrison said one thing, “I’d like you to train me.”

I looked into his eyes for a long time without saying a word.

He stood motionless.

At first.

Then he began shaking with a bit of nervousness.

“Come in,” I said.

We sat on the couch. “If you want to train with me you’ve got to be prepared to eat bitter,” I said.

Harrison nodded.

I took him outside and gave him a workout that kicked his butt. He was still sore three days later.

A few weeks before he left for college he sat with his father in one of my MasterMind meetings. He took copious notes, came up to me on the break and said, “This is awesome. I can’t thank you enough for what you’re teaching. He handed me a book as a gift and wrote a note inside thanking me for what I had taught him BEFORE the seminar.”

I nodded.

At the end of the event Harrison told me how he was going to have his own website soon, and he started telling me all the entrepreneurial ideas spinning in his head.

“You’re a natural,” I said.

“Not yet,” he replied. “We’ll see.”

“Aaah, you listen,” I said. “Very nice. Very nice indeed.”

I will miss seeing Harrison on the physical plane – but as I have often advised to those who’ve lost loved ones – he is still hear – and he’d like you to talk to him.

I spent time talking to him last night – and all I could say were three words. I repeated them over and over. They’re the three most powerful words anyone can ever say to you – or anyone.

I’m betting you can guess what they were.

Whether said silently or out loud – they create more of what we want in this world.

Keep this in mind next time you see your wife, husband, son, daughter, father, mother or friend. Keep it in mind after the last time you see them.



My 19-Year Old Neighbor Killed

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

Yesterday morning I got up and began to mentally prepare for a teleseminar with my Psycho-Cyb coaching group.

Before doing so I checked for last minute emails from the office, to see if there is anything pressing I need to cover.

While checking my inbox I saw an email from my next door neighbor, Brian. In the subject line he wrote his son’s name: Harrison Kowiak.

That’s strange, I thought. Wonder what this is.

Then I began read:

Unfortunately, Harrison passed away yesterday at age 19. The cause of death was brain tissue damage due to swelling caused by a ruptured artery. We were initially told that he suffered head trauma from a fall on frozen turf. I am having an autopsy performed to see if it was an  arteral annurism and not head trauma because I’m not sure if  a simple fall would cause so much internal brain damage.

He is an organ donor and they already placed 8 of his organs. He is in the hands of God now.


I began crying my eyes out. Oh no, not Harrison. He was the pride and joy of the neighborhood.

I called my wife. She began to sob. I called Caroll in fulfillment who knows the boy as well. She had the same immediate reaction.

Although I’m in China, I tried to call Brian but the line was busy. I sent him and email. What can I do to help.

Anything. Just tell me.

Harrison was a kid that nobody had anything bad to say. He was someone that was loved by virtually everyone. Always had a smile. Always helpful. A great student. A super athlete. And a truly genuine human being.

A few years ago he was struggling with his golf game. His parents asked me to help him with the mental aspect. I spent time with him, teaching him how to visualize success – and he immediately started to win in competition after competition.

He dropped by my house after winning a big trophy in a regional tournament. He was so proud. He wanted to thank me for the help I gave him. I told him that he is the one who gets the credit. Not me. I only give advice. Anyone can reject good advice – and most do. He didn’t.

Harrison was in his second year of college at North Carolina College. He had a bright, splendid future ahead of him. And now it’s been taken from him.

When I first read Brian’s email I felt there was much more to the story. Tonight I finally spoke to him and he requested that I let out the word that he and his wife are looking for legal counsel on this matter. Word is Harrison’s death is connected to a “hazing” – which is illegal in the state of North Carolina.

According to Brian the initial story they were told has been changed a number of times already.

I told Brian I would do whatever I could to help – and if any of you out there can offer advice on who the family should contact for legal advice, please let me know so I can pass this information along to him.

God bless Harrison.

Matt Furey

Time, Life and Energy Vampires

Monday, November 17th, 2008

In today’s day and age, I think most everyone nods in agreement when you talk about the ‘reality’ of time vampires – those people who hang around and bleed you of your precious time.

When you finally get rid of the person – how do you usually feel. Perhaps relived yet drained.

Or maybe downright angry or depressed.

Well, consider this: There are a lot more vampires out there than you realize. Some of them want to siphon your time. Others want your energy. And worst of all – some want your life. They want to be YOU more than they want to be themselves.

Now, this may sound far-fetched at first – but think about times in which you went to work filled with pep and left eight hours later feeling like you’d been slit open and drained of all your energy.

Or, even worse, think about a time in which you felt good, then in the course of a ten-minute conversation with someone, you left feeling wiped out.

Or the times you get up in the morning and cannot seem to get into a groove. As soon as you open your eyes you feel out of balance.

And you are.

On one level you’ve been negatively programming yourself with low vibration energy. Yet, on another level, you’d be foolish to think that ALL the thoughts in your mind are YOURS. A good many of them are not YOUR thoughts. They are a collection of “what everyone else” think and expects of you and from you.

It is a rare thing indeed to meet someone who has his own thoughts, someone who doesn’t rely on quotes from others to do his thinking; someone who thinks originally; someone who creates that which he chooses – not what others chose for him.

One of the reasons why it is important for most people to NOT announce their goals and ideas to others is because others who hear your words will usually criticize you or vampire your energy.

Ever have that happen to you. You have a new goal. You’re excited as can be. You announce your goal to your so-called friends. They may even applaud you and congratulate you for having such a splendid idea.

And then – after your announcement – you might as well pack it in. Your enthusiasm is gone. But where’d it go.

If I told you – you might not believe me.

There are many ways that people can and will vampire your energy. Much of the time it is done unconsciously – or semi-consciously. Yet there are those who vampire intentionally and with malicious intent.

Either way you must learn how to protect yourself if you’re ever going to reach one milestone after another.

Think in terms of sports or combat and you’ll understand what I’m saying with greater clarity.

What kind of football team would put 11 men on the field when they had the ball – yet not field a defense when the ther team was on offense. You’d have to work extremely hard to score a single point – but the opposing team would run down the field without breaking a sweat.

If you think the “offense-only” approach to success is the best way – you’d be dead wrong.

What about a military that could fire their arms at the enemy behind a wall – but had no protection whatsoever while the enemy fired back.

You may not think these metaphors reflect reality in the world of self-help – yet they do. And the dangers of not having a sound defense are far greater than having your enthusiasm slurped when you announce your goals and
plans to others.

I will continue to cover more on this in the future. In the interim, make sure you begin to think about having both
an offense and a defense.

Your offense is primarily concerned with scoring the winning goal; reaching the target; following the plan; living with gusto and enthusiasm.

Your defense is primarily concerned with protecting your energy field from being invaded by human as well as energetic forces.

Do not overlook the word ‘energetic forces’ either.

Anyone who has walked into a room with no one in it – yet could sense the negative vibration within, knows at least part of what I’m talking about.

Likewise, if you’ve ever walked into a space and immediately felt comforted by the energy of the place – you also have an understanding of what I’m beginning to tell you.

One of my great joys is reading the comments from those who are continually reading and listening to my 101 Ways to Magnetize Money book and CD program.

It’s loaded with a cloak of positive energy that will help you vibrate at a higher frequency and pull greater success toward you – provided you do as instructed.

Even so, never get complacent in your practice. Never let a day go by in which you fail to heed my suggestions. If you do, you open your mental garden to weeds, worms, gophers and other annoying pests.

More to follow.

Before I go, two requests:

1. Make sure you forward this email to those who can use it – and recommend that they subscribe.

2. Make sure you get yourself a copy of my 101 Ways to Magnetize Money program.


Matt Furey

The Dark Side of Self-Help

Sunday, November 16th, 2008

You may not have heard this before, but there is a “dark side” in the self-help industry. While you’re visualizing and meditating with the intention of  achieving goals and making yourself a better human being – there are others who use visualization and other mind tools for harmful and destructive purposes.

These people do not have your best interests at heart. In fact, they want to see anything and everything good about you destroyed.

In some cases these people want what you have. And what you have includes your time, your possessions and/or your energy.

Protecting your time and your possessions is something many people consciously think about. But very few people ever think of protecting their energy field. Most don’t know that such a thing can be done. Or that it is absolutely necessary if you want to advance on the never-ending path of success with happiness and peace of mind.

All day long you come into contact with other people who can and will slurp your energy. Anyone in a service business knows what it feels like to go home at the end of the day and feel like everyone else’s problems are covering you like a blanket.

Where is your energy.

Consider that it’s been siphoned and slurped by those whom you were serving. Some slurp and siphon unconsciously. Some do so maliciously and with full intent to rob you of what is supposed to be yours – and they do it through “dark side”self-help tools that you may not even be aware of.

Does being slurped, siphoned and slimed ever happen to you.

Moreover, is there a danger in allowing it happen, not being aware that it’s happening – or being defenseless in the face of it.

The answers: No, it does not need to happen. And “yes” it is dangerous to let it happen.

I’ll be revealing more about this in the near future – so stay tuned. What I have to say may end up being the most important information you ever hear.

For now, let me simply say this – there are psychological factors that contribute to failure – and there are  spiritual factors. When I say spiritual I am not referring to any religion. I am simply referring to your personal connection to the Divine. Regardless of who you are and what you were raised to believe – your connection can be strengthened via visualization, affirmation, prayer and so on. Your connection can be amplified no matter your religious beliefs. Yet it can also be altered for the negative by those who don’t have your best interests at heart or from traumatic life experiences that you still carry around in your energy field.

More on this soon.

In the interim, make sure you take a serious look at the amazing offer I have for you on 101 Ways to Magnetize Money.

Matt Furey

When The Big Dipper Flips

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

Once each year the handle of the Big Dipper flips over. And when it does some people think it’s a good idea to spend a little extra time with matters other than the physical.

Some legends have it that if you’re in a sacred place during this time – extra blessings will be poured down upon you.

If this is true, I think it’s a good thing. And if it’s truly true, I also think it’s a good idea to extend the blessings you’ve received to others.

And so, no matter where you are in the world, whether you’re in a sacred spot or not – I have a “blessing” for you.

Here’s what it is: I’m going to let 108 more people try my best-selling 101 Ways to Magnetize Money program with absolutely no risk.

This means you can “try it before you buy it.”

You not only get to read the book – you also get to listen to the CDs. And you also get to preview a couple months worth of the Psycho-Cyb Super Human Success group.

This is an offer I won’t keep going forever – so you’d be wise to jump on it NOW. Run like a cheetah here and order this incredible program before I pull this offer.

By the way, yesterday I received the following email from Steve Chandler, the best-selling author of over a dozen books. Here’s what he said when he placed an order for 25 copies to be shipped 2nd day air:

Thank you for writing this book…truly a book for our times….my mastermind group on Saturday will FEAST on this book……….I’ll have them metabolize the whole thing………….
Steve Chandler


Matt Furey

P.S. If you already own the book but don’t have the CDs – then you’ll want to take a serious look at this offer as  well. Go here and see what I mean.

Post Election Insanity

Saturday, November 8th, 2008

Now that the election is over I’ve decided to do something I have NEVER done before.

I’m going to let 297 people try my best-selling 101 Ways to Magnetize Money program with absolutely no risk.

This means you can “try it before you buy it.”

You not only get to read the book – you also get to listen to the CDs. And you also get to preview a couple months worth of the Psycho-Cyb Super Human Success group.

This is an offer I won’t keep going forever – so you’d be wise to jump on it NOW. Run like a cheetah to here and order this incredible program before I pull this offer.


Matt Furey

P.S. If you already own the book but don’t have the CDs – then you’ll want to take a serious look at this offer as
well. Go here and see what I mean.

The Most Important Vote of All Times

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008

Last week, my brother-in-law read the Chinese news, then turned to me and said:

“The news says that Obama will be the next U.S. president.”

“Bu yao shuo tai zao le,” I said, repeating a Chinese phrase often used whenever you want to praise someone you’ve just met – or whenever you think victory is assured.

It means: “Don’t say too early.”

In martial arts and sports, you learn the value of confidence. At other times, you learn the importance of never being over-confident. You learn to “act as if” – but to be very careful about appearing to step over the line. If you lack confidence you get nowhere. If you have too much, it can act like a curse.

There’s a balancing act going on at all times. Too much fear, not good. A little fear, probably a good idea.

Too much confidence – not good. Too little confidence, not good either.

When I was at the University of Iowa, early on I thought that being a member of the national championship team, coached by the legendary Olympic gold medalist, Dan Gable, was all I needed to have an edge over my opponent. I quickly discovered that, whether it gave me an edge or not – I better be prepared for a major battle every time I took to the mat. Many competitors want to beat your worse for no other reason than the fact that you are on the championship team.

I’ll never forget when Oklahoma was ranked number one and supposed to run away with the national title. Gables’ response to the reporters writing such things was brilliant. He played along with them. He wanted the Sooners to feel the pressure of being expected to win. He wanted the Hawkeyes to feel like the under-dogs because it would make them even hungrier for victory.

The strategy worked. Oklahoma folded at the last minute – when it counted most.

“Never make assumptions,”  a coach at Iowa once told me. “And do you want to know why,” he asked.

“Yes,” I replied.

“Because assumption is the MOTHER of all screw-ups.”

This morning Fan gave me the most recent news.

“The news now says McCain might win,” he laughed.

“Might,” I said. “We’ll see very soon. There may be some big surprises.”

So here we are on Decision Day – and I get to watch the action from a different world.

It’s great to live in a country in which we have the freedom to vote – to make decisions on our future.

Just never lose sight of the fact that the most important vote you will ever cast is the one in which you vote for YOURSELF.

Not only that, but the most important decision you will ever make is the decision to be successful no matter what. To make a decision to make no excuses for failure; to never believe that someone else is going to do it for you.

No one is coming to your rescue but YOU. You are the one who decides whether you’ll move forward. And you are the one who will decide whether you’ll succeed in good times or in bad.

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Has their time come.

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