One of the biggest belief systems that the world,
as one big global culture, has bought into is this: The
secret of success boils down to one thing – hard work.
Here on Planet Furey – we live in a different Universe.
We believe in hard work – so long as it is still play – and
so long as you work hard in a certain way; an intelligent,
This idea of “hard work” alone does the people who believe
it about as much good as sucking cotton candy in order to
get stronger or build muscle.
You do not succeed by working hard. You succeed by
doing what you do in a way that works; in a way that
gets you the results you’re after.
For example, if your goal is financial independence in ten
years, you can get a manual labor job putting roofs on
houses. You can work outdoors in 100 degree heat with
100 percent humidity. And this will never lead to abundance –
unless you know how to use your mind while you work hard.
I discovered this secret as a high school wrestler; rediscovered
it as a college wrestler; rediscovered it once again while training
for the world kung fu championships in 1997 – and finally figured
it out for good sometime after claiming the gold medal and seeing
that in everything I did in which I succeeded, there were certain
vibrations of thought I had that were not present in the instances
in which I did not win.
When I began my first business in 1987, fresh out of college, I had
the magic, but didn’t know how I got it. Everything I did worked even
though I didn’t know what I was doing. Later on, when I lost the
vibrational thought pattern, things started to fall apart. I didn’t know
I’m sure you can relate to having a time in your life when everything
just seemed to flow; you were in the zone. You worked – but nothing
felt like work. You loved what you were doing. You were totally involved
in the creative process and the rest of the world didn’t matter. It was
just you and your love.
Then somehow, without knowing why or how, without recognizing the
cause and effect relationship, the magic reversed directions on you.
When this happened you started to look for reasons outside of yourself
that caused the turnaround. And no matter how valid any of the reasons
seemed – none are really true. As Kipling wrote, “There are six million
reasons for failure – but not a single excuse.”
Why is this true? It’s true because success is an internal switch that YOU
and YOU alone turn on. Same goes with failure.
Does this mean that all you need to do to succeed is “think positive?” No,
In fact, it isn’t positive thinking that people need. What they need is a
burning desire to succeed; a burning want or drive to make good on
their goals – regardless of circumstances. Regardless of how tough
things are on the outside.
But more than knowing you need to have a burning desire – you also
need to know when and how to turn it on and use it. The secret as
Bob Dylan once sang, “Is blowing in the wind.”
Want to crank up your desire? Then bring in the wind. Bring more
life into your body via deep breathing. And whilst you’re breathing
deeply, begin to imagine a new life. Think upon the things you really
really want. And think about them WHILE you work in whatever
occupation you are in right now.
Suppose you’re the roofer out in the hot, humid sun. Instead of thinking
about roofing being miserable, hot, difficult work – you think instead of
how roofing is your “cash cow” that you are currently using to spring board,
launch and catapult yourself into a new life. Throw your heart and soul into
roofing while thinking thoughts other than roofing. Bring excitement and
enthusiasm to the roof – and as you begin to practice this enthusiasm you
will find yourself coming into contact with the people, situations, knowledge
and information that will allow you to jump from a roof, metaphorically speaking,
while landing in a field of your most deeply desired dreams.
I assure you the above is true.
I also assure you that those who go to work without a vision for the future,
those who go to work dreading what they are doing – and those who work
with no real purpose other than to survive from month to month – will never
get anything but month-to-month survival.
Now, suppose you’re not even a roofer. Suppose you’re jobless. What to do
Get outside and do some work. Mow your lawn. Rake your leaves. Wash your
car. Go for a walk. And as you do each of these things, ponder upon a better
life. Tell yourself you’re going to have it. Picture having it. Feel yourself having
it. And all throughout the day, as you work, even if it is “jobless” working – you
continually remind yourself that you’re doing what you are doing so that you
This is called dedicated living. You dedicate what you are doing to a higher
cause; to a greater desire.
Dr. Maltz covers this in detail in Zero Resistance Living – which you can obtain
I cover this concept in detail in every seminar I teach – including my October
seminar on the Science of Super-Human Marketing. At this forthcoming event,
which will be the grand ultimate of all seminars I have ever done – I am going
to show you how to work, what to work on, what makes for a better life – and
I’m going to reveal the thinking that goes into turning your life around – regardless
of where you are right now.
Come learn what I have to teach. It will change your life for the better. It will
turn your life around – if you’ll open yourself to the change and allow it to take
hold of you.
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