October 8th, 2008
Just read a quote taken from actor Marlon Brando, playing Stanley Kowalski in” A Streetcar Named Desire.”
Goes like this:
“You know what luck is? Luck is believing you are lucky, that’s all.”
Waaaah, how true.
Yesterday I received an email from a student who has written three books in the last three weeks.
And gotten a column in a magazine – and an article published in another.
Before he saw me less than one month ago – he was “down on his luck.”
Now he’s booming.
Well, he got a copy of 101 Ways to Magnetize Money. And in the book – as well as at the LIVE event he attended, I taught two simple sentences that will get anyone off his duff – wherein greater luck is attracted.
The power phrases I taught this man are five words each. And when repeated they feel almost like you are reciting a poem.
If you recite these two sentences aloud – and picture what you’d like to be doing while saying them – I guarantee your life will change.
And as it changes, other people will think you’re lucky. Indeed you are.
Naturally, those who think you’re lucky won’t think any practice time was involved in your success. They’ll just think you’re more talented than they are. They may even think life is unfair.
They most certainly will not see what gave you the unfair advantage. Ten words … two magic phrases – and your luck changes.
It’s just not fair.
For those of you who already own 101 Ways to Magnetize Money – read page 7 again today. Read it at least three times. Then do as advised.
A month from today, write me and tell me how your luck has changed.
If you don’t yet have your copy of 101 Ways to Magnetize Money – then pull out the plastic and change the course of your luck.
P.S. Want to know how to make a fortune writing simple emails like this – then be sure to study the Furey Method for Making a Fortune With Email. Read all about it.