Archive for March, 2010

I have been meaning to put this post up for a while now. My wife and I both attended a Millionaire Mind Intensive a couple of years ago and I’m guessing your are wondering if the whole thing is a scam or rip-off.

First, let me start by saying the weekend session was worth the time. The Millionaire Mind Intensive is well organized, focused and really helps you to understand your personal money issues. While we were disappointed that T. Harv Eker was not personally teaching, the trainers we had were dynamic and held our interest.

The course is organized in such a way they teach a concept and then before a break, they do a sales pitch for one of the other courses they offer such as Quantum Leap, Never Work Again, Life Directions Intensive, Wizard Training Camp and more.

I won’t go into the specifics of what they teach. I would never be able to do it justice. Suffice to say, it was a great seminar.

What I will warn you about is the small print if and when you sign-up for an additional course or courses. The money back period, I believe, is three days. The unfortunate part is you may or may not know exactly when the session you purchase is going to be held … so if you can’t make that date, you lose out. No recourse, no refund. Peak Potentials will try an accomodate you once but if you can’t make that, your investment is gone.

Millionaire Mind Intensive

Oh, one last thing. You shouldn’t have to pay for the Millionaire Mind Intensive weekend course. The “Get Hardwired for Success” image to the right links you to a free sign-up. Seriously have a look and if you do go beware the additional add-on sales and make sure you can attend the sessions.

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Mar

So We’re Not Perfect!

   Posted by: Phil    in Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics

Do you believe?

We never claimed to be perfect,
That means we’ve learned to be humble.

We say excuse me and I’m sorry as well as please and thanks,
Even when its not our fault we apologize.

Sure one arm of the torch didn’t rise,
But when the earthquake struck Haiti, Canadians raised their hands to say “We’ll help.”

And yah, there is a fence around the torch,
But you can walk right up and shake hands with our prime minister and most famous Canadians.

We put Gretzky in the back of a pick up, in the rain, not surrounded by police and he was okay,
And by the way… the great one is Canadian and HE wasn’t complaining!

We do have security at the games, of course, but most people don’t even have a gun they have to leave at home.

The medals ARE under lock and key, but our doors and our hearts are open to the world.

It has been pointed out that some buses broke down last week but let’s not
overlook the fact that our banking system didn’t.

We didn’t get the “green ice maker” right this time but we will, eventually,
Just like we did when we invented the Zamboni.

Citius altius fortius

If you don’t reach higher how do you get faster and stronger?

Was the first quad jump perfect?

Should we not have given snowboarding to the world “in case” it didn’t take off?

So big deal one out of four torch arms didn’t rise. Good thing we had three
more! It’s called contingency planning!

But remember the Canadarm works every time in outerspace and insulin turned out to be okay.

We couldn’t change the weather, but maybe we can help to stop global warming.

We don’t have the tax base of the US or the power of the Chinese but, per capita, we ponied up for some pretty kick-ass venues in the worst global recession ever.

Sure, some folks couldn’t afford tickets, but our health care is universal.

We have shown the world that we can raise our voices in celebration and song,
but moments later stand in silence to respect a tragic event…together…spontaneously and unrehearsed.

What’s more, we don’t need permission from anyone to have a slam poet, fiddlers
with piercings and a lesbian singer tell our story to the world while our
multilingual female haitian-born, black head of state shares a box with her
first nations equals.

We’ve shown the world that it doesn’t always rain in Vancouver, that you can
strive for excellence, but not get hung up on perfection.

And we’ve learned what it feels like to be picked on by some no-name newspaper
guy and we don’t have to take it lying down!

So the point is not the snow, or the hydraulics or a couple guys being five minutes late to a ceremony,

We know we’re lucky that these are the biggest problems we’ve had to deal with
in the last couple weeks.

So take your cheap shots Guardian newspaper and cynics of the world,

We’re bigger and better than that.

What’s more we’re finally starting to believe it!

Do you believe?

Please Note: This is not my original work. I wish I could give the author proper recognition. This was sent to me through the Richmond Olympic Oval Event Services Managers. Thanks Jay and Corey

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