January 4th, 2008
You’ve probably heard of the show Wheel of Fortune. When I was a college chump as well as champ, I used to tune in and watch with intrigue as Vanna White turned duh numbers.
Truth is that every college boy I knew at the time was tuned into her as well.
After college, I moved to California, and got a girl friend who scoffed about the multi-millyun dollhair salary Vanna was getting for doing nuthin but turning numbers.
I let her know that it was not a good idea to curse the rich and famous – otherwise chances are this will cause the curse to boomerang you – ensuring that you never have any extra change yourself.
She didn’t like this and the diatribe continued. I then told her that salary is a matter of self-worth and self-proclamation. I told her that Vanna herself must think she’s worth it otherwise she would do something to drive the dough away. I further stated that Merv Griffin – now residing in Billionaire Heaven – must have agreed that she was worth it otherwise he wouldn’t pay her that kind of salary.
Then the final swat came when I talked about me and all the other college boys huddled in a living room watching Vanna turn the numbers. I said: “Anyone who can do that, regardless of talent, brains or ability, is worth some sort of high salary.”
This only inflamed my steady more and by the end of the conversation we were no longer bosom buds. From that moment onward I made sure I only attracted women who believed that having lots and lots of muney was indeed a “good thing.” And that muney was just as much “spiritual” essence as it was material.
Afterall, you could very easily translate the line, “Give us this day our daily bread” into “Give us this day our daily dough.” I believe Nature abhors poverty. I don’t believe the Creator put us on this earth to be poor or to scoff at the rich.
The so-called enlightened are not enlightened at all if they have negative feelings and attitudes about wealth, muney and so on.
Personally, if someone wants to be poor and argue for the sake of poverty – I don’t care three hoots. It’s none of my business. I don’t get angry or upset that these people ask life for less than a penny when it would gladly give much more. Tis of no concern to me.
I will do my part to help those who WANT to rise above poverty – and the two schools I’ve opened in China – a third is going up this year – is part of my mission. But I will do no part in trying to restructure the minds of those who don’t want.
All the above leads me to something else I’d like to give y’all as a gratis gift from me. It’s a Wheel of Fortune posture I had created last year.
A Wheel of Fortune poster has nothing to do with the game show, Vanna White or the dearly departed Merv. A Wheel of Fortune poster is a magnet you put up in your home or office – and it contains pictures and symbols of all the things you want to attract into your life – including a spouse who has good attitudes about muney.
You can also put the car of your dreams, the house of your fantasies and the very career you’d like to have.
Many people who’ve used a Wheel of Fortune poster will tell you that they broke down and cried when they saw the magical effect it had in their lives. Moving into the very dream home that was placed on the poster is just one example. I’ve talked to half a dozen men who cried like babies when they realized, “Oh my God. See this picture on my poster – it’s the same house we just moved into.”
I had 500 of these Wheel of Fortune posters made last fall and I gave 140 out in late October. That means I have 360 left. I’d really like to give one to you, too. But because the supply is limited, I’m forced to set some guidelines.
First, you’ve got to be a member of the Psycho-Cybernetics Success Group – wherein each month you’ll receive an income-generating, life-changing Psycho-Cybernetics newsletter and monthly visualization CD.
You can enroll now and give it a test-drive. If you decide you don’t like it and want to drop, no problem.
If you’re already a member, not to worry. We’ll send you one with your package this month.
The Psycho-Cybernetics Wheel of Fortune poster can be worth a veritable fortune to you. It’s easily worth a new home, a nicer car, an increased salary – maybe even a prosperity minded boyfriend, girlfriend or spouse.
Get one now while supplies last.
Go enroll in my Success Group NOW.
Matthew “Matt” Furey
Zen Master of the Internet