My $130,000 phone call …

My $130,000 phone call …

  Hey, I just got off the phone … “I made $130,000 last week. Matt, I was making money even while I slept … Oh, by the way … I make $130,000 EVERY week!” He said … Yes, that’s EXACTLY what my friend told me when I talked with him yesterday! FULL STOP!!! $130,000 a month = $520,000 a month = $6.7 million a year! “And, anyone with half a brain can do what I’m doing!” He explained to me exactly what he was doing to achieve these result with MOBE… “OMG, that’s GENUS… that’s BRILLIANT … that’s so easy … damn, why didn’t I think of that? Okay, here’s the DEAL … I’m going to pay HIM to teach YOU his EXACT method to generate $130,000 a week! Is that FAIR? Join me in just a few days on this live ONE-TIME webinar and I’ll spill the beans … >>>Register Here Now This one-time live webinar will be on Tuesday 9 May at 9PM EDT. If you’d like to learn what this MOBE Consultant is doing to generate over $6.7 million a year and get his EXACT blueprint then join me on this LIVE webinar in just a few days which will NOT be repeated. AND Get this … He’s generated more than $15 million in the last few years alone! How he does this has never been shared before and if you want to know EXACTLY what he’s doing then join me for this live ONE-TIME webinar. 1000 Attendee Capacity! My last few webinars have been COMPLETELY FULL and people are TURNED AWAY and always asking for...
What is your financial thermostat, and why is it so important?

What is your financial thermostat, and why is it so important?

  “What is your financial thermostat, and why is it so important?” I first heard about this financial thermostat concept from the great T. Harv Eker—a well-known speaker and trainer of wealth creation. I remember when I first learned this concept that everyone has a financial thermostat. And it’s one of the most powerful ideas I’ve ever heard about how to measure a person’s wealth. The Thermostat Concept When you go into a room with air conditioning on, the temperature in that room is kept within a certain range … For example, let’s say the room is set at 70 degrees. And let’s say you set the temperature range between 68 and 72 degrees. So the temperature remains within that range. If the air conditioning is on too long and it goes below 68 degrees, the thermostat kicks in and it turns off the air conditioning. If it goes above 72 degrees, then again it kicks in and turns on the air conditioning to ensure it’s always within that range. Human beings also have “thermostats” in many different areas of their lives. For example, let’s look at the difference between an introvert and an extrovert. There’s a certain range of socialization each of them is comfortable with. Let’s say someone’s an introvert and they get into a social situation like a party where they have to talk to a lot of people. If someone’s really introverted—and I’m telling you this from the perspective of someone who many people call an introvert—After a certain amount of exposure at the party, they just want to get back to being alone. It’s...
Short story about a $15.6k day

Short story about a $15.6k day

Hey, Seems like just yesterday I was starting out in internet marketing. Completely clueless, I got involved with this company that had 3 main products. One was $1,997, the other $8,997, and the last was $14,997. I was an affiliate for them, before I even knew what the word ‘affiliate’ meant! The $1,997 product they had was a home study course in the personal development niche … which came with a manual, and a bunch of CD’s / DVD’s. The other 2 more expensive programs were these all-expenses paid mastermind retreats, held in places like Fiji, Mexico, etc. The commissions were $1,000, $5,000 and $9,000 per sale. Those dollar amounts were really what got me into this industry in the first place. I thought to myself, “if I can just make one or two sales each month of these programs, I might be able to make an extra 50k (or more) each year.” But to make these big commissions, you had to know how to generate leads, and you had to know how to sell the programs. I didn’t know how to do either. So my first year in the business, I made very little. Literally less than $5,000. This company provided very little training, but in reality I can’t blame them. My lack of results was a lot more due to me having no focus, and spending way too much time learning. Learning is great, but if you never apply what you learn, it’s useless. On top of that, each day I was on to the next ‘shiny object’ that appeared in my email inbox. My focus was...
Did you see this yet? [Platinum]

Did you see this yet? [Platinum]

Hey, How are things?  I just got off stage here at the Platinum Mastermind in Spain… it’s my first time here, and also the first time for many of our attendees. This place is beautiful.  Warm, sunny weather (not hot and sweaty humid either), and the sun doesn’t set untill about9.00pm at night. I just realised last night that this is our 6th Platinum Mastermind (the others were in Fiji (2 of them), Curacao, Costa Rica, and Malaysia).  Time sure does fly. A big part of this event is about how a person can adjust their ‘financial thermostat’ – something I first learned about from T Harv Eker many years ago. Here’s how to concept works: If you set the temperature in a room to be at 72 degrees fahrenheit, the thermostat in that system is going to make sure that the temperature remains at a constant 72 degrees.  Give or take a degree. If a door is opened and hot air flows in, the thermostat will detect the rise in temperature, and trigger the air conditioning unit to pump in colder air, bringing the temperature back down to the acceptable range. If the room gets too cold, the same thing will happen – the thermostat will tell the air conditioning system to switch off, and the temperature will come back up. This may sound a little ‘airy fairy’ to some people reading this newsletters – the idea that there’s some financial thermostat in their mind that is responsible for their current level of wealth. But it’s very true. When people have a low set financial thermostat, it doesn’t matter...