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Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
For 10 years I ran a number of Mastermind coaching groups. I had the great honor of helping many, many people find success.
Last fall, though, I switched my approach to one-on-one mentoring because of all the time spent with my children, watching them and coaching them.
At the present people I work with get undivided attention – and this is much more powerful than the group effect – which is saying a lot.
Anyway, I’ve put up a page where you can apply to be mentored by me.
Go watch the video and be sure to fill out the form and send it in pronto.
I look forward to serving you.
Friday, April 20th, 2012
Last night I spoke with a man from Australia who made his first million last year. He told me he’s spent so much time listening to my CDs in his car, on the way to work, that he feels like he’s known me for a long time.
He told me that by following what I teach on my CDs, he’s made a fortune. And NOW he’s upped the stakes. Instead of only listening to me on CD, he’s working with me 1-on-1, over Skype, so he can go to the next level.
I realize some people may think that earning 7 figures per year is enough.
But successful entrepreneurs are sort of like speedsters in track or HR hitters in baseball.
They want to run faster and hit more home runs.
And I think that’s awesome.
I’ve been talking about “the way out” the last couple days. The way out of debt, that is.
I’ve told you about how you can learn from the GIANTS who’ve come before you – and model what they did to not only get out of debt – but to become handsomely prosperous to boot.
Part of the way UP and OUT is learning to be an entrepreneur – a creator – a mover and shaker in this world. In particular, as self-published author who reaps the vast majority of what he sows.
And this part is included in the product Think and Live Debt Free, which I encourage you to order.
At the same time, if you’d like to be getting 1-on-1 time with a mentor who’s been there and done it, and has helped a lot of others do the same, then consider having me as your mentor.
Go watch the video and see if this program is for you.
Tuesday, April 17th, 2012
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.
Monday, January 10th, 2011
One of the most disturbing elements of professional football isn’t the players celebrating after a victory. I enjoy watching a good celebration as much as almost anybody. But whenever I see an NFL star celebrating before there’s anything to celebrate about, I shake my head from side to side.
Let me give a couple of examples:
A year ago I watched former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb make pistol gestures with his hands after getting a first down in a playoff game. In the first quarter. In another playoff game, I saw him run for a first down in the fourth quarter, go out of bounds and pick up the phone on the opponent’s sideline.
Bad moves in my book.
But the thing I disliked about McNabb the most was when the cameras showed him coming out of the tunnel prior to a championship game, playing an air guitar and celebrating before the game had even started.
Maybe it’s my Midwestern upbringing, but whenever I see these types of antics, I cringe.
Those of you who have been long-term Nebraska football fans may appreciate this one. I went to a Nebraska versus Iowa game in 1980 in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Cornhuskers won 57 – 0, if I remember correctly. On the third play from scrimmage, Jarvis Redwine took a handoff and ran 70 yards for a touchdown.
While running back to the sidelines he looked at the crowd and waived his hands over his head celebrating along with their cheers.
Two days later while listening to the radio I distinctly recalled the announcers saying that head coach Tom Osborne had given Mr. Redwine extra sprints at the end of every practice for the entire week. Why? Because Tom Osborne believed that sort of celebration before victory has no place on his team.
So last night I was excited to watch the Eagles play the Packers. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the resurgence of Eagles quarterback Michael Vick. I believe he’s a top candidate for MVP of the league. And I wanted to see him have a big game last night. He didn’t. And perhaps it had a little something to do with his pre-game celebration while coming out of the tunnel.
So last night, “Damn, I thought. He’s doing another McNabb.”
Contrast all of the above with a pitcher in Major League Baseball. A big league pitcher does not celebrate when he runs onto the field prior to throwing the first pitch. And if he strikes out the side in the first inning he doesn’t celebrate on the way to the dugout. If he’s throwing a no-hitter through five innings you wouldn’t know it by the expression on his face. He walks back to the dugout with the stoicism of a Zen monk.
Not only that, but if the pitcher is doing really well, throwing a no-hitter or even tossing a perfect game, no one on the team even talks to him. Everyone stays away. No one even sits near him.
If the pitcher is fortunate enough to throw a no-hitter or have a perfect game, no one on the team celebrates until the last out is counted.
I think football can learn a lot from baseball. I’d much rather watch a game in which my favorite players, one of them being Michael Vick, hold off on the celebrating until it really counts.
At the same time I love watching athletes who, regardless of the score never stop giving it everything they have until the final buzzer sounds. Even if they’re behind and there appears to be no chance to win, it’s a great thing when the athlete continues to give it everything he has.
No pouting. No whining. No defeated facial expressions.
If you agree with this type of philosophy, then I think you’ll love reading The Unbeatable Man. It takes the advice in this message and places it in your heart, mind and soul. No matter who you are, this book will give you a sense of purpose, direction and discipline greatly needed in today’s world.
Claim your copy now by going here.
Tuesday, August 17th, 2010
Last night I was at the Rays v. Rangers ball game. It promised to be one of the greatest match-ups ever.
Two lefties: David Price and Cliff Lee.
What looked great on paper was even better in person.
Then Price, some 109 pitches into the game, lost his touch and had to be removed. Meanwhile, Lee looked like he’d go the full 9 innings, especially because he had only tossed 66 pitches through seven innings.
In the 8th inning I got up and headed to the back room to get a jump on the traffic. Also, I must admit, because the Rays were down 4-2 – and Lee looked unstoppable.
But in the previous Rangers at bat, Lee sat on the bench for 30 minutes as the Rays tried one pitcher after another, doing their best to keep the game close. So when Cliff Lee re-entered the game, even though he’d only thrown 66 pitches, something was totally off.
The Rays bats suddenly came alive and they worked him over like eggs in a blender. Next thing you know and the 4-2 Rangers lead was now a 6-4 Rays advantage.
Lee’s arm went cold. He had too much rest.
There’s a saying, “Rest is rust.”
And there’s some truth to it.
In baseball, keeping a pitcher’s arm hot is crucial.
In life, keeping yourself hot is even more crucial.
Sometimes you need rest to regain your form. At other times you need to get off your duff and move, move, move. Wisdom is knowing which is which.
This past summer I rested my writing muscles for a little over two months. I’ve never done that before. For 15 years I’ve written everyday. I’ve also heard other writers claim that you should never rest.
At times I wondered if they were right. Would I lose my ‘mojo’ from the lack of putting words in print every single day?
Something inside told me that I’d be alright – that I’d come back stronger – and better.
That something was a mental image of myself as a writer. If I’d done it before, I can do it again.
Even big league pitchers have an off-season. They also rest three to four games after a start.
Sometimes their arm can go cold in a game. Likewise, after writing for an hour or so – your thoughts can get de-focused. When this happens, it’s time to change gears and do something else. It’s time to remove yourself from the game – and return the next day when you’re ready and rested.
Go for a walk. Do some stretching. Or practice Theatre of the Mind.
Anything that gets you back into your success grove.
Now that I’m back… and rested – I have some great updates to tell you about. They’ll be coming your way soon – so make sure you stay tuned.
P.S. Read about the 4 Cardinal Principles of Physical and Mental Relaxation in the Zero Resistance Living Program they’ll help you come back stronger and better – day after day.
Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
A Happy St. Patrick’s Day to YOU.
And to make it even better than what you may have planned, today you can join forces with me in an unprecedented opportunity to spread the message of physical, mental and spiritual health – and be financially rewarded for doing so.
Yes, that means the possibility of more green and gold in your pocket, day after day, month after month, year after year.
Get started now by visiting my all-new affiliate site at MattFureyAffiliates.com
See you there.
P.S. All those who enroll as Matt Furey affiliates today can take part in a special teleseminar wherein I announce the grand prize giveaway to the person who leads the rest of the pack. Go here and enroll now.
Tuesday, March 16th, 2010
Being of Irish descent, I thought tomorrow would be the perfect day to make a major announcement that can positively effect your bank balance.
So tomorrow when you’re wearing your green and gold – look for a message from me about having more green and gold – and how I’m prepared to help you get more of it.
Look for the “Green and Gold” email tomorrow morning – and make sure you’re one of the first in line, ready to
P.S. I’ll be holding a special teleseminar at no charge for those who are accepted in this extraordinary opportunity.
Thursday, November 5th, 2009
Here in Tampa Bay there are a lot of Cubans. Nothing like Miami, but still far more than the little town in Iowa where I grew up.
And let me tell you, the Cubans know how to make a sandwich – especially a HOT one. So they can run a great business making foot long “Hot Cubans.”
Anyway a good friend of mine loves a different form of HOT when it comes to Cuban. He literally goes into heat at the sight of a Cuban booty, er, beauty.
And much of his attraction is outside of his control. Or so it seems.
Here’s why: One time the two of us were in a Cuban restaurant in NY ordering a Cuban breakfast with toasty Cuban bread. And the lady waiting on him gave him a vibe so strong I think i could have sensed it a mile away.
The vibe was so strong that before I looked up to see “Who” I was kicking him in the shins to let him know he’d already been had.
Within a nano-second of their eyes meeting a connection was forged.
Afterward he said to me, “My Gawd, if you could only bottle that type of energy and use it for something other than scrogging, just think what you’d have.”
I smiled and said, “Dude, don’t you see the obvious? I’ve been telling you how to do this for years for your business.”
He says, “Yeah, I know, but I think it’s more powerful if you’re a woman.”
I said, “You sexist moron. Men may be a bit Philistine in this matter, but if they take the time to learn, a whole new Universe opens up to them.”
That afternoon I spent time modeling what I meant. He used what I taught him and two months later had a book out. He’ll be at my seminar in early December wherein I will be pulling back the curtain and practically standing naked before you ad I show you by DOING everything I’ve previously only talked about without demonstrating.
Only two dozen spots remain for this event which may never repeat.
If you’re attracted to the idea of creating a HOT product with a sizzling website, ad and heat wave of customers then enroll NOW.
P.S. This message wad written in a restaurant ony iPhone and is being sent out without editing in any way. See how I put myself into a steaming emotional state so that YOU can do what I’m currently doing.
Tuesday, September 29th, 2009
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Monday, September 28th, 2009
Within the next 48 hours I’m going to be launching my new book, THE UNBEATABLE MAN, as well as another UNBEATABLE program that has only been seen by my elite coaching members.
By the way, you can download the first three chapters of THE UNBEATABLE MAN for FREE by going to theunbeatableman.com
Be sure to pass this message on to friends, family and so on – that’s how we grow and how this unbeatable movement will take off.
During the launch there will be unbeatable incentives for the new program – and when it sells out the door will close on the offer. So don’t miss out. Be ready to move – and fast.
Also, an incredibly inspiring video that will catapult you upward and onward will go up on the site tomorrow – as well as another one on Wednesday. So make sure you’re on board at theunbeatableman.com
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