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September 8th, 2008

Why Money Matters

Many years ago, my predominating thoughts about m-oney went like this:

“It’s not important. It won’t make you happy. Rich people can’t get into heaven. What does it matter if you gain the whole world but lose your own soul. Rich people are unhappy. Money gets you into trouble.”

And so on.

After being in business for a couple years with these thoughts, you can probably ascertain that I was no phenom.

The first good thing to change my course was going to a Tom Hopkins seminar on How to Master the Art of Selling. I’ll never forget the moment when Hopkins had the room of 1,000 people shout with enthusiasm: “Money is Good.”

From that day forward I began to read about prosperity, abundance and wealth attraction. I found every single one of my beliefs listed in paragraph two to be false or terribly misleading.
Another pivotal moment in my life was when I heard Earl Nightingale say that money was important. Seems like a no-brainer today – but years ago, I had that hymn playing in my head.

Yes, you will find people with an abundance of money who are unhappy. That doesn’t mean ALL or MOST are that way, In fact, the wealthy people I know are incredibly happy and are living extraordinary lives.

They have the time and freedom and power to do the things they want to do in life. They have the ability to truly go after ALL of their goals because the finances that fund all their goals are in place.

Here lieth the reason that m-oney matters: I think it was articulated best by Michael Masterson, author of 7 Years to 7 Figures – when he realized after looking at his list of goals, that all of them required m-oney. So if he made becoming wealthy a priority – all his other goals would be easier to achieve.


Think of all the things you’d like to do in life. The places you’d like to travel. The activities you’d like to be involved in. The courses you’d like to take.

All of them require the energy inherent in money.
Joseph Cossman once said that money is like lubrication. It helps you slide through life. When you don’t have it, you feel like you’re going through life with sand paper rubbing against you.

My book, 101 Ways to Magnetize Money is more than a good lubricant, though. It’s a program that shows you how to think about m-oney from the time you wake up til the time you go to bed. It even talks about getting to a higher rate of vibration so that you make m-oney while you sleep.

No other program covers the A to ZZZ’s like mine. Make sure you pick up a copy. And while you’re at it, grab the set of CDs as well. I easily cover another 100 more ways to magnetize money on them – and they’re recorded LIvE. Last week one of my top students said, “The CDs you made are without question the BEST product you’ve ever done.”

Get them and find out how right on she is. I put my heart and soul into them.

Go to here and order NOW.


Matt Furey

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