Wednesday, July 29th, 2009
Last May I gave members of my MasterMind a sneak preview of the Think and Live Debt-Free program.
Bear in mind that the room was filled with successful entrepreneurs, so I wondered how they would take to a program about “getting out of debt” as opposed to “getting rich.”
Well, here are some of comments sent to me after the viewing:
“Watching Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever was like a private audience with a billionaire. Everyone needs to see this to live free and clear. It will change the way you think–and live.”
“Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever is a brilliant interview between two well-known master marketers who lived the story from debt to wealth. Many of us have lived the 1st part, but not the best part. In clear and simple language, Ted Nicholas offers practical and well-grounded rules that anyone can apply. Ted’s personal plan can heal your financial pain so you can live your own story, from debt to wealth.”
Corinne Bell-Rummel, Ph.D
“More than just living debt-free, Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever opened my eyes to many ways to improve my life and enhance my freedom. Even more important, it contains lessons I need to pass on to my children so they can have long, rich, debt-free lives as well.”
“After watching Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever, I no longer have fear in these scary financial times. Even if I had to start over, I realize I could do it without any money in the bank.”
D. Cardona, M.D.
Cold Spring, KY
“Think & Live Debt-Free Forever is the essential guide to survive tough times that no one else is willing to teach you. Simple, practical, proven ideas that will change how you live your life from now on.”
“What’s it worth to you to have 2 multi-millionaires explain exactly how they went from empty pockets & tons of debt to financial freedom and prosperity? You don’t need complicated formulas when you’re under pressure from debt….You need quick & powerful solutions that work to make you financially free. After you watch Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever, you will have a list of things you can easily get up out of your chair and do right now. Kill your debt & put money in your pocket.”
Charles Runels, M.D.
Fair Hope, AL
“I’ve studied self-improvement for years, but NEVER before have I seen more gems of absolute brilliance put in such simple and attainable ways for everyone to achieve as this. Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever made me want to run–not walk–to implement each and every thing I learned. This program is a ‘must have’ for anybody who has ever dreamed of living a life of financial and emotional freedom.”
Nova Scotia, Canada
“4 Minutes into the Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever program with Ted Nicholas and Matt Furey, I realized I was inches away from one of the worst investments possible. And so, by the 4 minute mark I’d already gotten thousands of dollars of value. By the end of the DVD, I’d taken 7 ½ pages of notes for actions I can take RIGHT NOW.”
London, United Kingdom
“In these turbulent times, with spiraling debts, an out of control economy and financial uncertainty, Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever is a life-saver for anyone being eaten by debt. With real world advice and proven secrets from a man who’s done it all successfully, this is a must have. Simple, but profound steps to living debt free are revealed in easily accessible, down to earth language so you can start your march to financial freedom, TODAY.”
Bill Stillwell, M.D.
“Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever is a ‘must have’ product for anyone wanting to get out of debt and create a life of abundance. Where else can you find 2 world class multi-millionaires for a fireside conversation? By applying just ONE of the ideas that Ted Nicholas & Matt Furey discussed, I have quadrupled my income in a very short time.”
Jim M Anderson
“Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever lays out in easy-to-follow steps the things you can do to get out of any kind of debt–and stay out of debt forever. Then, it offers steps you can take to start building consistent wealth and financial security for yourself and your family. It is, without a doubt, the best solid advice that I have ever encountered. If I had been taught this when I was starting out in life, I would have had a direct route to debt-free financial security.”
I guess you could say the verdict is in. Order now.
Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
A few months ago I sat with a man who’s made over six billion dollars in his lifetime. He has homes in three countries and lives life with gusto.
Yet, years ago he was in the hole in a big way. People thought he wouldn’t make it, but he did.
He followed a proven, systematic method of getting whatever he wanted, whether he had the money or not – and three years later he was a millionaire.
When I first got started in info-publishing, I was also in debt. So I followed what this man advised and guess what? I got the same type of results he got.
Whether you’re in debt or not, I advise you to take a good look at the program I created with this man.
It’s called Think and Live Debt Free, Forever.
Check it out NOW. You’ll be glad you did, for an entire lifetime.
Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
When I was a young kid I was a passionate New York Yankee’s fan. It was the days of Mantle & Maris, Boyer, Richardson, Moose, and Yogi.
Not the Majarishi Yogi, but the most famous Yogi of them all, Yogi Berra.
Yogi was a Hall of Fame catcher, and an inspiration to me as a Little League player. In addition to his credentials as a ball player, Yogi became even more famous for some of the things he said.
One of my favorite Yogi sayings goes like this, ‘If you don’t know where you’re going, you’re likely to end up somewhere else.’
I’ve been to a few sales seminars in my time, and there was always time devoted to setting goals. Even now I can hear the speakers, ‘Write
all your goals down, everything you want to do in the next forty years, and then?..’
Let’s back up a little and make this a little easier. Let’s lighten the load a bit.
Let’s start with (a) goal. One goal. We’re not going to climb Mt. Everest tomorrow. Let’s try, for instance, getting to work a little early, walking
in the door, being relaxed, giving your co-workers a genuine smile. That’s realistic. Its one goal. That’s all for today. Git ‘er done!
So we have a realistic goal that can be accomplished. When it’s done, set another goal.
Get that done.
One goal at a time/one goal per day. In a week or two, you’ll be surprised at the changes you have made. When you have come this far, you can up the ante a little. But let’s be realistic, and take things slowly. Let’s get used to patting ourselves on the back for what we have accomplished.
P.S. I have 101 suggestions to help you in my book, 101 Ways to Magnetize Money.
Monday, July 27th, 2009
One of Dr. Maltz’ favorite sayings was ‘I may be a mistake maker, but I’m also a mistake breaker.’
In terms of building a powerful self-image, this is important to remember. So many people think that THEY are the sum total of all their mistakes.
Truth is, you are neither your mistakes or your successes. You are YOU. Period. You’re unique in all the Universe. There’s no one else quite like you.
As a human being you’ll make mistakes. It’s inevitable. But as Dr. Maltz would say, ‘It’s your job to be a PROFESSIONAL human being.’
Professional human beings use previous failures and mistakes as a springboard to reach their goal. They understand that success doesn’t go in a straight line. You literally ‘fail’ your way to success. Your mistakes are simply the information that guides you where you want to go.
All for now.
Have a great day.
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Friday, July 24th, 2009
Several people wrote yesterday with the same concern. Let’s take a look at the email below and my response to it.:
I have a question about visualization, I have studied self improvement via mind power for several years and several different methods of creative visualization, however my particular problem is while I can think about what I desire and use voice methods to back it up I have always had a problem actually visualizing what I want or I should say seeing it, while my wife has no problem seeing her desires via visualization and actually I have never really met nyone with the problem I am experiencing. The “Theater in my mind” doesn’t seem to work for me. I can use my imagination to think about my desires and put myself into them but cannot ‘see’ them. Do you have any suggestions for someone like myself?
M.F.: Leo, the only “problem” you have, if you choose to call it that, is thinking that you have a “problem.” You don’t. And I’m so glad you asked this question as there are many people who have this experience. Everyone has a different way of processing their world. Some visualize in black and white. Some in color. Some don’t see pictures at all. Some see hazy images. Some feel the “image” but don’t see it. Some see it but don’t feel it.
The key thing to remember is this: In your mind’s eye, go back to a time in which you had a success experience that means more to you than anything else. Relive that experience. Get back into it as if it is happening right now. What sounds do you hear? What feelings do you experience? And if you were to see an image, what would it be?
Now ‘lock’ onto this experience and flip the switch. Go into the future bringing with you the same sounds, feelings and emotions that you had in the past.
Leo, some people can sing better than me. In fact, most people on earth can sing better than me. This doesn’t trouble me at all as there are things I do better than others. I’m sure, if you think about t, you’ll discover that you’ve been given a gift when it comes to ‘visualization’ and imagination that most people don’t have. If they could only ‘hear’ and ‘feel’ what you do. Oh boy.
Have a great day!
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Thursday, July 23rd, 2009
Had a lot of questions after sending out the email entitled, ‘How Many Goals Should You Visualize at Once?’
This one comes from Brad. Let’s take a look:
Crucial Question…when I am visualizing my goal and I am in the theatre of the mind:
1) Should I be watching myself in the scene (from outside myself) as a 3rd person onlooker or should I be visualizing as if looking through my own eyes?
This one has stumped me for a long time….
2) Does the entire visualization sequence have to be one long movie or can I do the ‘movie trailer’ method and cut from one scene to another. The second method evokes more emotion for me?
M.F.: Brad, to answer question number one, when you visualize your goal, you can do so both ways that you described. The 3rd person method is more of the ‘observer’ method – wherein you are watching yourself watching yourself. I do think, however, that you’ll get more value out of simply watching yourself through ‘your own eyes.’ Bear in mind that the ‘observer’ is always watching anyway, so even when looking through your own eyes, you can still be conscious of yourself and what you’re doing.
Re. question number two, again, both ways are okay. But – here’s the kicker: Emotion is the stick you should measure yourself by. In Dr. Maltz’ teachings he repeatedly stressed the importance that feeling strong positive emotion plays in making your visualization more effective. Because you have said that the second method ‘evokes more emotion’ – then the choice is easy. Use that one. Good luck.
Well, that’s all for now.
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Tuesday, July 21st, 2009
When I began in business in 1987, I painted a quote on the wall of my gym. The quote comes from Muhammad Ali – 3x world heavyweight boxing champion.
“Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.”
It’s the last sentence from a longer quote of Ali’s that goes as follows:
“I hated every minute of the training, but I said, ‘Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.'”
Many of the clients I trained looked at the quote and got the message. Others didn’t.
The ones who got the message succeeded. The ones who believed they didn’t need to suffer at all – well, they never got anywhere.
Suffering is a state of mind that you go through on the way to focused bliss. Think about the foregoing sentence for a moment.
I may be wrong, but I think I know what Ali meant when he said he hated every minute of the training. I don’t think he “literally” meant what he said.
I believe what he meant was: When I wasn’t focused on my goal, the training was hard. Unbearable. Brutal. I hated it. It was insufferable. But as soon as I put my mind on the goal, I could handle it. I could bear it. I stopped suffering. I could endure the training. I could keep going.
As a college wrestler, I discovered this truth during practices where my side ached in pain; when my sweats were soaked and dripping with perspiration; when my shoes were sopped and left a slosh with every step.
I wanted to quit. I wanted to call it a day.
But a message came to me in the midst of my agony. The message was as follows:
“Fure-cat, put your mind on your goal and all will be okay.”
I did this.
I started thinking about getting my hand raised. I pictured being written up in the newspaper, interviewed on television – and so on.
Next thing I knew – not much more than a few seconds later, the side ache was gone. The pain was no more. I ran as if in a state of reverie.
Best of all, by doing this, when it came time for competition, a funny thing happened: I won the tournament, got interviewed, got written up in the papers.
Not at all.
Before you begin working toward a goal – all you see is the finish line. All you see is the celebration. Then, when you’re challenged to see how badly you want it – you may have a tendency to forget the finish line. The trick is to keep your eyes on the prize while also staying focused on what you’re doing in the present moment.
Some goals come easier than others. Champions understand this. But the achievements champions prize more than anything, are the battles that tested them with every fiber of their being.
Think about this today.
Are you suffering in anyway. If so, refocus and watch the pain dissipate. Keep doing this and the prize will go to YOU.
“Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a CHAMPION.”
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Monday, July 20th, 2009
When you do things without fear, when you live in the present moment, feeling the air around you and flowing into you as you observe yourself living your dreams – that is when you understand what Zero Resistance Living is all about.
It’s Fearless Doing.
I’m talking about enlightened, awakened and conscious living.
I’m talking about being so engrossed in the practice of something that you are consciously lost in the moment. You’re more aware than ever before – yet you’re less aware of details like time. There’s no resistance to success in your mind, in your step or in your body.
You don’t think thoughts of ‘no can do.’ You only think of what you want – you see a mental snapshot of what you desire – and then it’s FORWARD MARCH.
No second guessing. No worry. No fear. Only movement.
See what you want and move toward it. See what you want and move IT toward you.
Never fear having to do something to get what you want.
The greatest masters were and always will be those who can and will move, as often as necessary, to get the job done.
And it almost immaterial what the movement is – so long as you do it consciously, you can rise to the highest levels of living. You attain a Zero Resistance state of mind by living in the moment with passion, doing what you love to do.
You can be a vilonist, a painter, a sculpter or writer. You can be a housewife, a physician, a teacher or pilot. You can campaign for peace – or you can take up your sword and go to war.
All of these seemingly contradictory activities can lead to the mountain top. All of these roles in life can charge your mind and body or deplete it of vitality. The difference lies within YOU.
Do you do what you do with a sense of panic, worry, fear or guilt. Or do you do what you do completely free of these unnecessary tensions.
Think about where you are and make a conscious choice to dig deeper and climb higher. Practice everyday, without fail, the things that lead to greatness.
Begin each day with deep breathing and visualization. Go into the Theatre of Your Mind and see yourself at your best. Center yourself. Breathe, relax and picture.
If you do this each day, you will begin feeling what Zero Resistance means. You will feel as if you’re sliding through life instead of getting beaten, battered and bruised.
Even when going through tough times – there is a level of being in which you move without resistance. You gather strength from life. You drink the nectar from all experiences.
The other day I was speaking to a man who asked me who my teachers are. I said: ‘The entire world is my teacher.’
At first he was stunned to hear this – and so was I. So I made a mental note – then a written one.
Observe yourself, hear what you say and learn from it. Observe others, hear what they say and learn from them.
Do this and you understand what it means to be pushed through the day instead of ‘pushing’ yourself through the day.
Zero Resistance Living will show you how to do this. Pick up a copy here.
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Friday, July 17th, 2009
When your eyes first opened this morning, what were you thinking?
Well, as readers of 101 Ways to Magnetize Money have discovered, it’s really only one of two options.
Most people who’ve read and studied self-help have never heard about this very first WAY to keep your mind focused and centered on the positive.
In fact, many people wrongfully assume they are ‘positive’ – yet can never figure out why they have so much trouble manifesting their heart’s desire.
Maybe, just maybe, their unconscious programming is overriding their heart’s desire.
You’ll know which is which when you become aware of which thought you’re having first thing in the morning.
Now, just so that you know, your first thought is NOT about what you’re going to do today. It’s not about how much money you have – or want to have. it’s not about your body, your mind or anything else.
Your first thought is something that plays as background music in your brain every time you wake up – and the most amazing fact about this ‘music’ is you’re probably not even aware of what it is.
You will be from this day forward when you read and devour and utilize the principles, laws and concepts in 101 Ways to Magnetize Money.
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Thursday, July 16th, 2009
It’s not often discussed. Yet it’s a major key to developing your mental and spiritual strength.
Most students of success have trouble getting results because they are physically lazy. They want to just sit there and visualize. Or say positive affirmations. Or write their goals in a notebook. Or listen to peaceful music. Or do a series of chants or prayers.
All of the above are good.
But what about doing something physical.
The human being needs to blow off steam on a regular basis to feel good. Whether it’s punching a bag, going for a walk, swimming, cycling or practicing martial arts – a physical release does more than relax you physically.
It puts you back together.
It doesn’t just give you a balance of body, mind and spirit. It gives you all three – wrapped up in one – as one.
An elite martial artist doesn’t think body, mind, spirit. He may talk in these terms to make what he’s saying understandable to those who aren’t integrated. But to him, he’s talking about all three whenever he’s talking about one.
From time to time I like to shoot free throws to observe this process in action in an area where I’m no expert. I find it amazing when I sink one after another – as well as when I miss several in a row.
What’s the difference?
When I’m successful, I am fully connected to the ball and basket. When I’m not, mind, body and spirit are scattered throughout the gym.
Do something physical each day and your ability to breathe, visualize and manifest will go off the charts.
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