My son, Frank, turned 7 yesterday.
When he woke up before school I asked him if he
wanted to open his birthday presents now rather
“YESSSS. Right NOW,” he said.
I went into my office in our brand spanking new
condo here on Hainan Island in China – and grabbed
the two FEDEX boxes I kept in hiding. Then I grabbed
a pocket knife and began helping Frank open his
The first item, an auto-graphed Joe Montana football.
Frank went nuts.
The second item, a framed and autographed print of
Joe Montana – with arms raised overhead signaling
another victorious touchdown pass.
Now, perhaps you’re wondering why I got Frank gifts
like these. Two reasons:
1. He likes Joe Montana a lot. He’s his favorite football
player to study and watch.
2. I realize the value of surrounding oneself with images
of success. Having something autographed by a legend
puts successful energy in your surroundings. And having
a picture of a legend hanging on your walls – especially
when he’s celebrating the thrill of victory – well, how can
you beat THAT for a positive image to implant in your
When I was a young lad growing up in Iowa, I had dreams
of becoming a champion wrestler. My walls were plastered
with posters and pictures of the superstars of the sport.
And my library was filled with books that gave me the keys
to what made these men successful.
In short, I created an environment that fed my creative
imagination; an environment that continually reminded
me of what I wanted to accomplish.
My friend, Pete Lillo – aka Pete the Printer, and I have
often talked about the importance of having success
symbols in your surroundings. Photos of great people
whom you admire give you energy for your daily thoughts;
they keep you focused on the qualities that make for
In the world around us we are surrounded by images of
failure. On the daily news we see glorification and am-
plification of everything “bad.” If you don’t have a tragedy
of some sort to report, chances are it won’t make the
Sad but true.
This is why it’s vitally important to continually feed your mind
mental pictures of success.
It’s no mistake, then, that on the top of each and every poker card
in the Matt Furey Exercise Bible, you’ll see the cartoon character of
me smiling, like Joe Montana, with my arms raised overhead in
victory. The purpose for this particular pose is self-evident. I put it
there for YOU to draw energy from. I put it there so that when you use
the deck of cards to train, you are continually focused on visions of
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