Game Changing Breakthrough

I just received an advertisement through email and I feel it makes sense so I’m sharing it with you here. However, I have just reproduced the strong message below without any call-to-action as per original email:

“I just had a weird chat with John Assaraf.

My first reaction to it was ‘What the?’

But when I got what he was saying I felt charged with excitement.

That’s because John revealed a game changing breakthrough for anyone who feels frustrated….because¬†financial results aren’t coming fast enough.

Here’s what John shared with me…

Imagine a rocket about to launch in Houston Texas.

Escape Velocity is the speed this rocket needs to go to break free of the earth’s gravitational pull.

It’s a staggering 40,000km an hour and requires up to 1.9 Million litres of fuel.

However, after the rocket has broken free of the earth’s gravitation field…it requires only about 20% of this amount of fuel to reach its destination.

That’s because taking off is the hardest bit.

After that the rocket has ‘momentum’. It soars.

And it’s the same with you achieving your goals in life.

Once you go past a certain point of struggle and effort…you get a new momentum… you take flight….you achieve your goals lightning fast.

Earl Nightingale – founder of the world’s biggest personal development publishing company – puts it like this:

“A time can come for each of us when more will happen for us in six months than has happened in the previous six years. Compound events in our lives can be compressed into remarkably short periods.”

John’s experienced this state of rapid results achievement.

He went from being a teenage street-kid to ‘escape velocity’….and earning a $510k plus yearly income…surprisingly quickly.

Talk soon,

Greg”

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2 thoughts on “Game Changing Breakthrough

  1. Phrases of gold!! You have said it well. The first step is hard. The struggle to reach turning point is crucial and needs lots of patience and perserverance. Strong determination with actions will push us higher towards our goals. Thanks for your sharing.

    • Hi Dave,

      Thanks for visiting my blog and for your comments! However, I didn’t say those stuff. It was from an email advert so credits should go to the author, which I’m not sure of. Haha.

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