How to engineer a Breakthrough any time in any area of life?
You may have read about Werner Erhard’s butler, and how he discovered that, putting the cap back on the toothpaste, he was building something bigger than just doing his job. You may have seen that the joy returned to the butler’s work, and his life was suddenly a huge contribution… That is: see it until the next time he gets annoyed, angry… and then he can do it again.
Do what? Ask the question repeatedly: what are you building with that?
Summary: This question came up three times in the past 12 hours, so it must be on a lot of people’s mind: why didn’t I add the Energizer energy to the Effortless Abundance Activator audio?
I would like to ask if I can come to Wed. Abundance Activator Meditation Class? I bought a whole package but don’t know if I can just come up like that or if I should of been there from the beginning.
Also I would like to ask if Abundance Activator can charge water the same way the water energizer does? Or do I need to charge it with both water energizer and then Abundance. I bought water energizer with harmonizer together and I know I can’t use both at the same time so I’ve been using one for one day and the other one the other.
In yesterday’s article about the story that marketers use to connect to you, to connect to your need, to prove that they are special, I made strong statements that I want to repeat and provide some evidence.
Some of the stuff that story-tellers sell to you actually work. Regardless of the story.
Now, I don’t have a lot of examples, because I am not a consumer of hyped up products, but I do have one example I’d like to share with you: it is very educational, and quite stunning.
Back in the year 2000 I met this flaky guy. He was quite cuckoo. Circumstances, story, blah blah blah later, he convinced me to buy an energy from his energy guy.
It turns out, the energy guy was Matt Schoener, the energy system was Omega Shakti System (no connection with the Omega Center in NY).
It was very expensive, and it was quite bs sounding, but I did it. (By the way, this guy loved to push me to spend my money on stuff he liked… I hated that, but on the long run I am grateful, I would have never become who I am today without those things.)