Turn On Your Computer : Fire Over Your Internet [NOOK Book]


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Shows how Found Secrets went from 0 to 3000 subscribers in less than a year, and some of the tools that they used to do it. Includes access to many free and low cost resources so you can do the same.

Chapter 1: Get Rid Of Lottery Thinking
Just what the heck is lottery thinking you’re probably saying?
Simply this:
“Someday, dear, when our ship comes in, we’ll be sitting on easy
“One of these days, we’ll win the lottery, and you’ll never have to
worry about anything ever again.”
Let’s face it, when you’re ship comes in, you’ll be at the wrong port.
(Especially if you live in the center of the U. S.) When your ship
comes in, you’ll be land-locked on dry land.
And, by the way, most people that win the lottery are now broke!
(Although maybe we ought to call them poor.)
Here’s why.
When you win the lottery, you take off and buy a big house. And, you
party, party, party. And, you buy big cars. And, you go wherever you want.
And, then, after a while, even if you haven’t spent all your money,
you have lost your focus on life. Your purpose. Your direction.
You are dead, and just waiting for your corpse to arrive.
But, that was what you wanted, wasn’t it? To be financially free and
get whatever you wanted, without thinking about the money.
But, it isn’t enough! (It never is.)
See, if in advance, you planned for winning the lottery, and then
determined what investments you would make, as well as what NEW
things you would be doing, then, you would be able to quit your job—but,
this time, with a renewed purpose!
See, in our opinions, which we wrote in a long ago essay that is now
lost, the meaning of life is this—to serve others with what you know or do
So, there’s nothing wrong with being able to quit your job, but you
have to have a purpose to do something worthwhile. Whatever you are
blessed with that makes YOU unique.
And, by having it handed to you, like in a lottery, or an inheritance by
being the favorite niece or nephew or your childless aunt doesn’t make
you think about what you will do—what greater purpose you will serve
with all that money.
And, we’re not just talking about giving it away to charity. That’s a
nice idea, but what you end up doing is perpetuating that person’s state of
being either broke, or worse, poor!
But, if you had a plan for that money, then you would maybe set up a
school to teach “disadvantaged” individuals how to better themselves. To
give them what they need to make it in life as a success.
And, if you have to earn that money, you are in a better position to be
able to do that!
So, “lottery thinking” and “when my ship comes in” thinking really
rob you of ambition. Without ambition, because you always think that
someday, the money will come in, by some fluke accident, you stay in
your comfort zone.
And, the most dangerous thing in the world, as told to us by one of
our early mentors, Tom Hopkins, is “Comfort Zone” thinking.
When you are in your “Comfort Zone,” you don’t really strive to
better yourself. You just stay right where you’re at. You don’t advance, and
you try not to go backwards.
But, that’s why it’s dangerous. You are just content. Now, Paul, the
apostle, not our Brother Paul, even though he was named after him and
his great-grandfather, stated, “With whatever situation I find myself in, I
am content.”
But, that very same Paul said, “Therfore, striving for the goal . . .”
So, you can be content, but still reaching for the goal.
This book is going to try to teach you how to do more than just
settle. It’s going to try and teach you to reach for the goal, and be your
So, instead of “lottery thinking,” let’s develop your potential for
doing great things!
So, let’s explore just exactly what you want to do in your life that is
going to help other people! (And, also make you money, at the same
Chapter 2: What You’d Rather Be Doing
All right. Tell us right now, if you could do anything in the world,
what would it be?
Ooops! Wait a minute. Let’s do this EXACTLY right!
Read the next sentence. Then, go to your mirror, and tell us, if you
could do anything in the world, what would it be?
Quick! Go to your mirror and say it!
Did you come back? (We hope so. Some people might not have
understood they were supposed to return to this book when they finished
doing this little ...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015211177
  • Publisher: All classic book warehouse
  • Publication date: 6/20/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 98
  • File size: 990 KB

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