If You’re Approaching Retirement, Read This …

If You’re Approaching Retirement, Read This …

Hey, About 2 years ago, I was in London at the Chelsea Football Stadium putting on a 3 day marketing training event. One of my clients walked over to me with 2 guests, and introduced them. We became friends, and have since made many, many hundreds of thousands of dollars together. Their names are Chris and Susan, and they are now retired and financially free. They now spend their days teaching others how to do the same. Here’s an email from them which I thought I’d pass on to you … ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Hello, we are Chris and Susan Beesley, and we have a very important message for you today … If you can trust us, even a little bit, then we know we can help you solve your retirement worries. We are accountants and management consultants by profession. And just a few short years ago, in our mid-50s, we found ourselves working six-or-seven days a week, 10-12 hours a day. That’s when I had my “wake-up call” … You see, my parents always talked about what they would do when they retired. But then my dad died suddenly just after his 60th birthday, and they never were able to fulfill that dream. When this happened, I thought, “We can’t wait until WE retire to start enjoying life.” Let me ask you a very important question: How long are you going to live from today? 2 years, 5 years, 10 years, 20 years? No one knows for certain how long we have left … but the question for you, is how do you want to spend your remaining years? Will...
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...