Saturday, August 29, 2009



I just watched a video from a man I admire a lot: Anthony (Tony) Robbins.

Why I admire him a lot is because he went from Janitor to Peak Performance Advocate(also a multi-millionaire) in under 2.5 years!


In his latest video, he talks about one of the most important thing that makes or breaks a man to achieve success.

His video appears like a chance meeting with 2 Internet Marketing gurus: Frank Kern & John Reese.

It's kinda cute because it gives you this feeling like Tony will put aside some of his valuable time whilst filming for his own video seminar(s) to allow Frank and John to step in to make an impromptu recording.

Very clever!

Anyway,  the video is definitely a good view as Tony does his usual power-up manner of talking (that seems to cower John and Frank to sit quietly on their comfortable couch) and discusses some pertinent points as to why some people don't seem to be able to achieve the same level of success as they could.

Or, that there are many would be Internet Marketers who seems to behave like they are trying to earn a good income from the internet rather than making it a must to earn their dream income.

Here is the link that will reveal to you what is that "holy grail" of the human psyche that will make or break a man/woman to succeed or fail:

Right after my mind had captured that key concept to success, I suddenly felt a 'rema' to the word: CERTAINTY or to its mutation; like certain, certainly, etc.

I had just took action to create a 'squeeze page' of sorts so that I can giveaway  a free e-book and its corresponding audio.

I decided not to give any 'junk' e-book to people, but a book that I really treasure because it sort of made things happen until that fateful day where I achieved true awareness of myself.

The Heroes' Journey
"The Science of Getting Rich" by Wallace D. Wattles is the book that I am talking about that was published almost 100 years ago and contains elements that is still applicable now in our current era.

The book mention about "....doing things in a certain way..." that gave me that 'rema'.

And I was just musing myself with the thoughts that I am a traveler on a journey to a certain destination.

Click here to get your free e-book and its accompanying audio.

Or go to the top right hand corner of this blog and sign-up there.

"A Heroes' Journey" now comes into my mind as a concept that was introduced to me when I attended a course at AKLTG.

That everyone does go thru this Heroes' Journey one way or another.

You can get a free copy of Alvin Soon's version of "The Hero's Journey" here.

So, if you are a traveler on his/her way to a certain destination, why not join me in getting there and  achieving it together?

I leave you now with an interesting concept I found which I am going to write a review on it soon:

Project Lazy Boy

Do take a look at it and join it if you will because you will be doing yourself a favor as well as yours truly.


Alief Hamdani