I’m back in “dreary old Manhattan” – tis
what I recall Lacy Underall calling it in
the movie “Caddy Shack.”
Truth be told, Manhattan isn’t dreary at
all. It’s one of the most upbeat cities I’ve
My wife and kids were with me over the
Labor Day weekend and they loved it.
Zhannie said, “It’s so much like China.”
Indeed, it is.
First of all, tons of Chinese in Manhattan.
Second, lots of people.
Third, great street food.
Fourth, someone is always awake doing something.
The place never “sleeps.”
And fifth, always something or someone unusual at
almost every corner.
As soon as you arrive in Manhattan you feel something
in the air. You become MORE alive. You want to do more,
be more, have more.
Then you realize that things are more expensive here. A
lot more expensive.
At this point you either step up to the plate and figure out
a way to earn more so you can be more and do more – or
you make a decision to ‘stay where you are” – financially
speaking, that is.
Let me tell you about one of my students. His name is Mark
Evans. Two years ago he attended my Internet marketing
seminar because he wanted to “rise up.”
At the time he was making about $7,000 per month
with his website. But as a result of my seminar and the
coaching he’s received from me, this year he is on
schedule to do seven figures. That means at least a
But that’s NOT the best part.
Mark has taken the Furey “Psycho-Cybernetics” limitless living
to a whole new dimension. He’s seen me living it up in China
for three to four months of the year – so he decided to one-up
He and his girl friend live “all over the world.”
Right now they’re living in a flat on Times Square. Before that
they were in Miami, Costa Rica, Tucson – you name it.
Every three to six months Mark decides he likes the weather or
the people or the view somewhere else – so he moves there ..
temporarily – knowing he’s going to pack up and move again
in a few months.
He loves it.
And I love hearing about it.
That’s why I’m going to have him speak about this at my October
Well over a year ago I asked my audience, “How many of you want
the lifestyle more than the dough.”
Nearly every hand in the room shot up. Tis why I always preach that
muney without happiness and peace of mind is no doggone good.
You want both and you can have both – if you’ll learn how to do it.
I’ll show you how this October.
This may very well be the LAST seminar I do on Internet marketing.
I’m just not sure as I’m being pulled very strongly in another
direction and I don’t know if it will be feasible to do both in the
So don’t risk missing out. Come get the good this October. Go to
http://www.knockoutmarketing.com and enroll now.
P.S. I realize there are plenty of “other” seminars to choose from
this fall. But the only real choice is my seminar. Go to
http://www.knockoutmarketing.com and find out way. Pay
particular attention to the “18 Reasons” I give toward the end
of the promotion. There’s one in there that I KNOW will resonate