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February 7th, 2009

Worst of Times – Best of Times

150 years ago, Charles Dickens wrote the classic, A Tale of Two Cities.

One line from this novel is etched into our collective memory bank like the sound of a newborn baby crying.

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”

If you’ve been watching the news lately, or if you’ve lost your job, your business and so on – you may be feeling like TODAY is the worst moment in the history of our country. If not the entire world.

If your finances have slipped, if you go to bed worried, fearful or depressed about the future, if you wonder how you’re going to make it – keep in mind that every day we are faced with a ‘best of times and worst of time’ scenario. And it is up to each and every one of us to figure out a way to make a heaven out of hell or a hell out of heaven.

When times were so much better for so many, there were still a lot of miserable people crying the blues, thinking it was the worst of times, thinking life was somehow unfair.

Yesterday I received a note from a man who lost his job in the oil business. He used to travel over 300 days per year – throughout the world. Now he’s back home in his native country – in a position where many people would be saying, ‘I have nothing to do.’

Yet, that is NOT his response to losing his job. Instead, he said that he now has the time to do the things he wanted to do – which includes making a few products and putting them on the market.

Last year two of my students quadrupled their yearly incomes – hitting seven figures for the first time. Nothing that happens to either of these men discourages them in any way.

Why? Because each day when they look in the mirror, they’re living in the NOW. They’re not 60% focused on what happened yesterday – and 40% focused on tomorrow. They’re 60% focused on the hear and now – and what they need to do. They’re 20% focused on what they did in the past that worked – and 20% focused on the targets they want to hit in the future.

Most people look in the mirror and relive yesterday’s horrors and tomorrow’s fears. Don’t do that. Tune into today and what you can do NOW. Figure out a way to WIN.

Success is a matter of remembering previous successes – this gives you confidence for today. Then it’s fusing the energy from the past into the future so you feel peace of mind and happiness right NOW. Not when you get what you want. Not when you achieve your goal. Peace of mind and happiness… NOW.

Even in the best or worst of times.

You may be saying to yourself, “Easier said than done.”

Not true.

It’s easy to train your mind to be confident – on command. And the world famous Zero Resistance Living Course will guide you toward the achievement of what matters most to you.

I certainly hope it’s happiness and peace of mind – because if you think it’s money – you’re sadly mistaken. Happiness and peace of mind come first – while you’re on your way to the destination of your choosing.

Sound impossible? It’s not.

In fact, it’s far easier than you may currently imagine – especially if you’re willing to cut the word ‘impossible’ out of your vocabulary.

Get the Zero Resistance Living Course NOW and find out how theĀ  ‘best of times’ are coming your way.

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Go here and order NOW.

To the best of times,

Matt Furey

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