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Tag Archives: Wealth
The value of the dollar has been decreasing over the past several years. You know that. You know why too. The government keeps pumping out more money in the form of bailouts and other programs.
Until about 30 years ago, the value of the US Dollar was tied to the value of gold. We were on a gold standard. In 1971 President Nixon abolished the gold standard which made it possible for the government to have more money printed without it being backed up by anything. You’ve got to hear Glenn Beck’s description of this and see his chart. It is amazing and somewhat disturbing.
I have started listening to Bob Proctor’s Mission in Commission program, which is for people who make their income through sales. He makes a few statements on the first disk that really stood out to me.
First is a quote that he found from a Spanish distiller: “The good life is expensive. There is another way to live that doesn’t cost as much, but it isn’t any good.” I like that line. Everybody has dreams of living a certain lifestyle and most people think they will never have it. I think that’s too bad. I believe that we are here to experience all of the greatness that life has to offer and it is a shame when we limit ourselves with wrong ideas. Bob Proctor notes that salespeople are both the highest paid and the lowest paid of all professions and the difference between high and low is just your mindset.
Wealth Beyond Reason sounds good doesn’t it?
I have used a lot of programs about the Law of Attraction and other related topics from Bob Proctor, James Ray, and others and they are all very good. I highly recommend them. But the absolute best I have come across for how to use all of that information on a daily basis to actually create the life you want is Wealth Beyond Reason by Bob Doyle.
The most important thing Bob teaches in addition to the Law of Attraction itself, is how to clear the resistance that we have. I believe that you will get real benefits from this program.
Have you heard of Bob Proctor? Whether you have or not, he wants you to be rich.
I have blogged before about affiliate marketing programs and a great opportunity arrived in my email this week. A couple years ago Bob Proctor got together with Jack Canfield and Rev. Michael Beckwith, 2 of his co-stars from The Secret, to create the SGR Program. At the time it cost $2,000 and shipped with a whole bunch of stuff in addition to the real content. It sold very well.
How much money do you want to make this year? Do you know how you are going to do it?
My wife and I spent some more time with Live Out Loud for training on their affiliate program (which pays very well if you are looking for a cash machine). One of the things we came away with is Loral’s process for revenue modeling. It is a very simple process because you want to quickly figure out what you need to do to meet your goals then get busy doing those things.
Do you have an MBA? I don’t mean a Masters degree in business. I mean, do you have a Massive Bank Account? I heard the term most recently from Loral Langemeier who created the Cash Machine concept that I talked about last time. You could say that you get an MBA by majoring in your cash machine.
I spent 3 days last weekend at Loral Langemeier’s Cash Machine Workshop and it was the best seminar/workshop that I have ever attended. The days averaged 12 hours long but flew by. I never even once checked to see what time it was during the weekend except to make sure I returned from the breaks on time.
I’m going to take a break from the string of posts I have been writing to talk about something that has been bothering me lately. Over the past few months I have been reading conflicting stories on CNN about the economy, gas prices, and other things that seem to affect us on a daily basis. You hear from one expert that we are in a recession, from another one that we’re not in a recession, or even two experts arguing about what the actual qualifications are for a recession. We all probably agree with the experts who say that high gas prices are bad for the economy. Well, I read a story recently from an expert who said that falling gas prices, as they are now, are bad for the economy. It appears that they are and indicator of a coming recession.
Last time we talked about how a “job” is a dead end. JOB = Just Over Broke. The problem is that your income is ultimately limited to the number of hours in the day.
What else is there?
There are three broad categories of ways to make money. The first is to trade time for money, or have a job.
The word “job” is really an acronym for “just over broke”. Too many people toil their lives away at a job for 45 years and end up having to squeak by every month on Social Security or work as a greeter at Walmart. I have nothing against greeters at Walmart, but by the time you retire you should have a choice about what you want to do with the rest of your life. If that is to be a greeter at Walmart because you enjoy the social interaction, then that’s great. It shouldn’t be because you need the money.