It’s every gambler’s dream to sit down at a Black Jack table and immediately win so much money they throw you out of the casino. That’s happened to Ryan more than a few times. Turns... More > out, casinos don’t like it when you beat them, especially when you do it counting cards.
And card counting is actually easier than you think. You don’t need a degree from MIT to make a ton of money. Ryan’s been doing it since he was old enough to gamble and he’s made hundreds of thousands of dollars along the way. And in this two-part interview you’ll hear all about his system.
According to Ryan, even though counting cards is a numbers game, there’s really no complicated math involved. In fact, he says the average 6th grader could “beat the casino” using his techniques because there’s really only about 15 things you need to memorize, and after a little practice, those 15 things come second nature.< Less
Have you ever noticed how some people can use adversity (no matter how bad it is) as a stepping-stone to greatness, time and time again? Well, there’s actually a method they use to do that.... More > It’s called the Sedona Method, and in this book, you’ll hear all about it.
Hale Dwoskin, one of the famed teachers in the Secret, says the secret to wealth and success is to stop treating your emotions like they’re facts. You can’t change an experience. If you lose your job, you’ve lost your job.
There’s no changing that. But you can change the way you react to it. In fact with the Sedona Method, you can actually use it to rise to greatness.
And in this book, you’ll hear how to immediately release the kind of emotional baggage that can keep even the strongest of people down when hard times hit.< Less
When Les Brown was in 5th grade, his teachers incorrectly labeled him “mentally retarded”, and placed him back in 4th. He learned the hard way that someone else’s opinion of you... More > doesn’t have to be your reality.
He also learned along the way that there are essentially 3 steps to achieving even the highest of goals. And after Les started implementing those steps, he went from making $10 an hour to $25,000 an hour doing speaking engagements. And in this audio, you’ll hear exactly what those 3 steps are.
According to Les, most people will go to their graves without ever sharing their talents, abilities, ideas or gifts. You don’t have to be one of those people. All you have to do is learn to achieve your goals by operating on a higher level every day, and in this audio, you’ll hear how to do that.< Less
As a teenager, John Assaraf risked the consequences of a turbulent lifestyle that could have easily led to jail or to the morgue. In his quest to overcome his challenges and fulfill his desire to... More > live a purposeful and meaningful life, he discovered a unique passion for brain research and quantum physics as they relate to achieving success in business and life.
Today John shares that passion with audiences worldwide. He is one of the experts featured in the hit film and book The Secret, and helped launch it into a worldwide phenomenon (for which Simon & Shuster ordered the largest second printing in its history – 2 million copies) through his appearances on Larry King Live, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Anderson Cooper 360° and other major media outlets.
John’s personal passions are his family, spirituality, exercise, cooking, travel, and helping entrepreneurs understand how to incorporate the psychological and strategic sides of building a successful business and life.< Less
Tamara Lowe, motivational speaker and author of the best-selling book "Get Motivated" has discovered amazing secrets to motivation which are so powerful you can use them to achieve even the... More > loftiest of goals. In fact, these motivational secrets are so potent you can even use them to motivate other people to succeed. In this interview, Tamara Lowe tells us how to crack the motivational code and get wired to be inspired.
According to Tamara Lowe, each of us is motivated in a unique way. If you feel like you're not living up to your potential, it is probably because you do not understand what best motivates you. No one ever said that success has to be painful! You can motivate yourself to achieve anything you desire by honoring who you are as an individual and doing things you enjoy. Once you listen to this interview, you'll understand how motivation works and there will be no limit to what you can achieve.< Less
It may seem like life just comes easy for some people. They land deals with ease, make a six-figure income without really trying, and live their lives like they’re on vacation. Believe it or... More > not, you can have that too. And this interview is just the place to start.
Dr. John is an inspirational speaker who has authored more than 40 books, has appeared on more than 1200 radio and TV talk shows, and speaks 300 days a year across the globe. As a teacher, healer and philosopher, he created his own self-help technique called the Demartini Method. Based on Quantum Physics, this highly acclaimed method is currently being studied and practiced worldwide. Dr. John is also known for his appearance in the wildly popular film “The Secret.”
The big secret in “The Secret” is to use the law of attraction to bring positive outcomes to your life. According to Dr. John, this law of attraction can be used to help your relationships, business or even wealth. And in this interview, you’ll hear ways to do that.< Less
It doesn’t matter if you’re 24, 44, or 104; you can find your perfect match – even if you’re sure all the good ones are taken. Arielle Ford, author of The Soulmate Secret,... More > found her true love at the age of 44. And in this audio, you’ll hear how she did it and how she’s helped countless others do the same.
The trick is in knowing yourself well enough to figure out what you need in a partner. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to do that.
Finding true love is definitely a process that starts with you. But Arielle says not to worry – it’s a fun process. And in this audio, you’ll hear all the strategies you can take to pull more love into your life, and find that perfect match.< Less
Exhausted, overwhelmed, stressed-out. Those words don’t need to describe parenting, but often times, they do. Even the best parents give in when their children are whining, begging, throwing... More > tantrums, or just plain making them feel guilty for saying “no.” But now you have help for whatever situation comes up.
And in this book you’ll hear all about it from Dr. David Swanson, author of Help! My Kid Is Driving Me Crazy. According to him, the trick is in knowing exactly what your buttons are – while having a quick-reference plan for what to do when those buttons get pushed. And you’ll hear how to do that in this short audio.
The goal of good parenting is to have a healthy, happy family, but that doesn’t mean you have to be a pushover in the process. Each situation and child may be different, but with this quick reference guide, you’ll be prepared for whatever comes up.< Less
Marci Shimoff was not born happy. In fact, the author of the book "Happy For No Reason" says she was a fussy baby and an unhappy child. Her father, however, was exactly the opposite. He was... More > always happy. Marci asked her father why he was always happy, and he could not explain why. Fortunately, Marci Shimoff was persistent in her search for an answer. She now knows why some people are happy and many are not. In this interview, Marci Shimoff reveals the science behind why you and many other people are so unhappy and the surprisingly easy things you can do about it.
You don't have to live a life of unhappiness. Marci Shimoff wrote her book, "Happy For No Reason" to give you the tools you need to get happy and stay that way. Don't spend another day in misery. Spend the next 27 minutes listening to this interview, and become happier today.< Less
Anxiety is normal. If someone or something makes us intimidated, we get clammy hands and racing hearts. It’s completely natural, and not a bad response. But success can only come when you stop... More > making the decision to avoid situations where you feel uncomfortable, and decide to open up to them instead.
And that’s where curiosity comes in. According to Todd Kashdan, psychology professor and author of Curious? Discover the Missing Ingredient To A Fulfilling Life, you can use curiosity as a way to counter anxiety so you can become the person you were meant to be. And in this ebook, you’ll hear how to do that.< Less