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Old September 27, 2002, 06:27 PM
Michael Ross
 
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> Hi all...

Hi, David, and welcome.

> I have been online for about a year or so
> and continue to see so many business
> newsletters and sites and the like that say
> so much is possible if you put your mind and
> heart into it.

And I notice that your site is one of those and also links to others of a similar type.

> As a motivational writer (very very low
> budget Tony Robbins type) I have been
> interested in helping people change their
> lives for the better. But so many places I
> look around, there are so many more online
> businesses. A few of which seem successful,
> but many just don't quite get to the level
> of superstar.

Okay, this is beginning to sound like a "I've got a friend who has this problem..." type of question. In other words... your site isn't at the superstar level as you had hoped. (That's the impression I get from your posting.)

> I guess my question is how much of a role
> does motivation play in becomming
> successful? What motivates you to doing what
> you do? And does this so-called feel good
> stuff about you can be anything you want to
> be actually have an affect on you and your
> business?

Now this is sounding even more strange... you are the Anthony Robbins "clone" so you should know whether this "motivation" plays a part in becoming successful, and whether this "feel good stuff" about being anything you want to be actually has an affect on you and your business. After all, it's what you teach, right? (You're not beginning to doubt the validity of your own teachings are you?)

Anyway. Here's the short answer...

"No."

In other words... the "feel good stuff" and the "you can do it because you can be anything you want to be" motivational stuff, has negligible affect on your success.

And if it appears to have an affect, it is your misinterpretation - you are thinking it's the "feel good stuff" and the "you can do it because you can be anything you want to be" motivational stuff, when it is really something else. And because you don't know what this other something is, you attribute it to the "feel good stuff" - if for no other reason than that is what has been touted for so long.

Fact is, if the "feel good stuff" and the "you can do it because you can be anything you want to be" motivational stuff, worked as promised, a lot more people would go on to greater success than do.

What's the answer?

The answer... the missing element that none of the "gurus" have written about explicitly, which is THE power source which can actually drive you to do things - even things you didn't believe you could do - is revealed in The Success Report (and as such, I am not going to reveal it here).

So if you want to know, put down the few bucks being asked and order it. You'll be able to download it immedately (even though the page says it is sent to you via email).

Michael Ross


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