In 1989 Dr. Wayne Dyer put out a book called “You’ll
See it When You Believe It.”
I remember going to see him live in San Jose right as the
book hit the stores. He spoke for four hours and it was
I bought the book and got it signed during an intermission.
Later on when I read it I highlighted several passages.
Yesterday I visited one of my libraries. This one is the one
where I keep booksI bought a long time ago – so as not
to confuse with my newest library.
On the shelf I see a copy of “You’ll See It When You Believe It.”
I opened it and noticed the autograph – seemingly fresh as the
day it was inscribed. I put the book in a box along with some other
items I wanted to transplant to my new abode. Then this morning
I opened it and began to re-read it.
After reading the introduction I began to think back upon who I
was when I first read this book 18 years ago.
This may sound like a strange thought – but when I look back
in time I see a trail of bodies behind me – and all of them
look familiar. They look like the being who would be identified as
But ME they aren’t.
My body isn’t me. Neither are my thoughts, ideas, emotions and
experiences. If they were I wouldn’t have the ability to look at
Even my name – that isn’t me, either. We have “Matt Furey” on one
hand. He’s the achiever, the wrestler, the writer and marketer that
everyone is most familiar with.
But on the other hand we have “Matthew Furey” – my alter ego, mentor,
advisor and guide.
It may seem strange for ONE person to come up with two ways of viewing
himself – but I think it makes life a lot more fun. It allows me to show
others that everything stems from this thing called your “creative
imagination.” And in my imagination I can think anything I want – and
be anything I want. I can even play two roles – or fifteen, for that matter.
After using my creative imagination I can then make a choice as to
whether or not I want the thing I’m imagining to become real.
And all I need t do to make the imaginary thing real thing is as follows:
1. Picture the thing on a regular basis
2. Add desire (feeling) to the picture
3. Give strong commands to my brain
4. Move my body – take action
5. Let myself have it
When it comes to making a career change or improving your lot in life –
you must first and foremost form a mental picture of what you want.
But this alone isn’t enough. If it were everything you’ve ever pictured,
even one time – for one second – would have manifested in your
reality. Chances are many of those pictures would have killed you.
So you’ve got to add feeling to the mental picture to cause a shake-up
in your reality. You’ve got to add desire. How do you do that.
A few ways. Today I’ll tell you about one of them.
It’s not often talked about or discussed. At least not in the way I’m
going to tell you now. But it goes like this: You go get an infusion
or transmission of desire from someone who has so much of it that
a ton of it spills into “your cup.”
This is what happens at my seminars.
Any seminar I do, too. Whether it’s a seminar on Improving Your
Self-Image or one on Internet Marketing – the same spill-over effect
Those sitting in the audience get flooded with idea after idea after
idea. Along with the energy to go make something happen.
When I look upon a list of all the people I coach, I can’t help but
note that the success rate is amazingly high. It is absolutely
staggering. Some people who are just starting out are
making a couple grand a month – others ten grand – some over
a hundred grand – and “the chosen few” – well, they’re doing
Truth is that YOU and I and everyone else are the CHOSEN FEW – if
we’ll imagine it so – add desire – then get off the ole rumpus and
move toward what you want.
Would love to see you absorb my knowledge and my desire at my
next Internet marketing seminar.
Go to http://www.knockoutmarketing.com to register.
Zen Master of the Internet – as well as the alter ego, coach and
mentor of that “Matt Furey” guy