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July 16th, 2008

Latest News on 4-Hour Workday

Two days ago I sent out an announcement on my 4-Hour Workday Seminar. The response
has been HUGE.

This is going to be my biggest and best event EVER. We’ve got the entire ballroom rented –
which means MORE possibilities, more ideas and more joint ventures taking place.

I’m going to be covering the Mind-Body Business Connection like never before – as well as revealing
the internal and external workings of how I approach business.

You’re going to see that you can create what you want in life – in less time than you’re currently spending.

The Buddha once said about food: “You don’t live to eat, you eat to live.”

I feel the same way about work: “You don’t live to work, you work to live.” You work so that you can
achieve all your dreams and goals – which may include far more than how many pennies you collect.

Enough sermon for today.

Although the fee for procrastinator’s continues to rise, I’m extending the 2-for-1 component another day.

Make sure you jump on this offer NOW by going here


Matt Furey

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