There’s much going on here at Furey Central.
I’m digging products from my archives that people have been asking about for quite some time. And the plan is to release or re-release a number of them over the next couple weeks.
So you’ll really want to check your email each day to see what the Fure-cat is cooking.
At the same time, if there’s something you really want to see, learn, hear, etc. – you can send me what’s on your mind and I’ll ponder it for a spell before deciding yay or nay.
Por ejemplo, last Friday, Freddy told me that when he brought home a copy of the “cartoon edition” of Combat Conditioning – he set it on the table with the plan of reading it… “later.”
Meanwhile Freddy’s children, three of them under the age of eight, grabbed the book and set it on the floor. From this position they went through the book, exercise by exercise, and did every single one of them, one right after the other, until they finished.
Since then, these youngins have dog-eared the pages and sweated all over it as they perform the exercises each day.
The book is NOW their book. It’s in their room and with no coaxing from the “old man” – they pull it out each day and follow the program.
Bear in mind that they haven’t even read HOW to do any of the exercises. They just follow the Cartoon character named “El Fure-cat”- and they’re good to go.
When Freddy told me this, a huge “A-HA” took place inside my noggin.
Creating the cartoon edition of my all-time classic, Combat Conditioning, was NOT a good business decision… for the ADULTS on my list.
Many would call or write to complain that my exercises were serious, and a cartoon trivialized them and made them seem unimportant.
Others would call and ask for an original copy that had real photos.
So I put the book to rest and moved on.
But last Friday, I realized, maybe this book can be resurrected.
It’s not for adults. It’s for your children – whom many of you call “kids.” BTW, as one friend told me, he doesn’t call his children “kids” because “kids are goats.”
Made sense to me. I immediately stopped referring to my offspring as “kids” – but if you want to call them kids, and won’t respond to a marketing message for “children” – then dadgummit I’ll call ’em “kids.”
Anyhoo, just think of what I could do to help kids/children. All a parent needs to do is put my cartoon edition of Combat Conditioning in their home and their boys and girls will begin to feed off it.
Sounds like a WINNER to me.
If you like this idea, tell you what I’m gonna do.
I’m going to dust off the plethora of Cartoon Combat Conditioning books and make it available again.
This will get your child into shape – and I mean a shape other than rotund – and then I’ll become known as the man who saved America from childhood obesity.
Yeah, right. Dream on Furecat.
Okay, enough dreaming, if this is something you want, reply to this email and let me know.
If enough support, I’ll move forward.
And make sure you’re checking your inbox each day for products on health and fitness, psycho-cybernetics, possibly even something on email copywriting and/or info-marketing.
You duh best.
Coach Furey – Matt Furey
P.S. Enroll in the Furey Faithful today and I’ll send you a copy, by mail, of Cartoon Combat Conditioning. Everything else on the site is available by digital download only – and there’s only about ten grand worth of information on there – so I wouldn’t join if I were you. It’s too expensive. Yeah, right!