Friday, December 15, 2006

The Law of Attraction is Keeping me Fit!

Here's a story about the law of attraction manifesting what you want in your life. The Law of Attraction is the principle that the things you consistently focus on begin to be magnetized to you and find their way into your life... be they good or bad. It's sort of like karma.

I exercise every day and it's just a part of my morning routine. If I don't do it I feel stiff and dopey all day, and after a while I get really skinny and physically weak. Before I made it my habit to do strength training every day I hovered around 140 pounds... and I'm six feet tall, so that makes for one skinny dude. Add a little pot belly to that and I'm not feeling too attractive either. So I like to do strength training to keep at least somewhat bulked up and feeling strong and energetic.

There are certain exercises my body craves and I never had the space for the gear that would allow me to do it. These are body weight exercises, akin to moves one would use to climb a tree. For years I've wished I had a sturdy waist-high bar... ever since I saw Bette Midler in the movie "Ruthless People" (with Danny DeVito) where she gets kidnapped and spends her time working out in her strangely harmless captor's basement, making herself stronger by placing a broom stick across two chair backs and doing a sort of reverse push ups... pull ups. That was the exercise I really wanted to be able to do and never could. the chairs and broomstick just seemed too unstable and even dangerous. I've been messing around with free-weights but those are mostly weight lifting exercises. I wanted body lifting exercises. But I made due with the free-weights, power yoga, and some running and got some pretty good results.

Then one night I'm up late, a bit bored, so I flip on the TV (a truly rare event for me) and catch the tail end of this infomercial for a device called "the Lebert Equalizer"... which happens to be everything I've been dreaming of having and more! Not only did it offer the upside down push/pull ups, but it also had a bunch of other cool exercises. Wow, get me some of those! I thought... and then another program came on and I promptly turned off the TV and went to bed, forgetting all about the cool Equalizer thing.

Fast forward to weeks later. My wife says, "Hey, I just found out our friend Marc is totally into personal development just like you are! You guys should get together!" Mark is a personal trainer and owns a gym, called Fuel, in Mississauga, Ontario, just outside of Toronto. So, after a volley of emails between me and Marc I make an astonishing discovery... My friend Marc Lebert is the inventor of the Equalizer! I couldn't believe it! Not only that, but he came to my house and showed me some exercises I could do with them and gave me a short set of exercises to use as a daily routine (see the illustration above).

Now I've been doing this short routine almost every day for 9 days and I'm experiencing really noticeable muscle growth. I'm almost 40 years old now and I've never been this muscular before in my life... not even when I was planting trees all day for 8 weeks every summer in my 20's. Now I'm up to 160 pounds and lean. So that's 20 pounds of extra muscle, and these Equalizer bars have a lot to do with it now, breaking me past a plateau in my progress. So my body was right in craving these things... and the universe brought them to me! Thanks again, Law of Attraction!

Above is an illustration of the exercise routine Marc gave me. It really fills in the gaps my yoga and free-weights can't fill... especially in the triceps, upper back and chest. Click here to check out his website and see more exercises and applications for this simple and incredibly versatile device, plus fitness tips and info.

Scott Mooney

Friday, November 17, 2006

Blessing for Dollars

I think I've just had an epiphany about money and business... I describe it below in an email I just sent to my life/business/EFT coach, Paul Cutright. He's been helping me adjust my attitude toward money, since I tend to struggle with the issue quite a bit... issues of deservedness, or ability. One of the things he suggested I try as a way to adjust my thinking on it is when I recieve money, hold it in my hands, look at it, and bless it. Hold it and be grateful for it. Today I received a cheque for something. I tried it, and here's what came out of it. The email said:

Hi Paul...

I'm sitting here looking at a cheque I was sent, payment for an illustration license, and I'm blessing it like you said to do, and suddenly I can see that this money isn't even cash... but it's still money... it's just a piece of paper with an agreement on it. Money is just an agreement. It's a little piece of good faith. It's a simple denotation of an exchange of value. And somehow I can see that value is love. I'm not getting an articulate connection right now, but I can sense the thread there. Love is nothing but a particular intention... which is a particular pattern of energy (and is simultaneously information) that we create with our thought.

So, I think the trick to making money is to structure the exchange of love so that it is expressed as currency. I lovingly give my value, preferably in a way that it is self replicating outside of myself structured as a business. My business is an expression of my love for the world. And then the love which that inspires in others is returned to me as money, and I receive that money gratefully as I would receive someone's love... which I reciprocate with even more love... and so on. And so it grows. And that is how good business thrives.

I feel like I'm sitting on an epiphany here. Like it's more than words, it's a real guttural visceral understanding. I'm just holding on to the thread here, drawing it in slowly.

Thanks Paul!
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Saturday, October 07, 2006

Be Free With EFT

How to do EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)

If you’re like me, you have a lot of fears, unsupportive emotions, aversions, or conflicting beliefs that prevent you from feeling good and moving towards what you really want in your life. What would you say if I told you there’s a technique you can use that could eliminate a lifelong phobia, a powerful aversion to a person or task or situation, and even physical pains and ailments in a matter of minutes? Not only that, but that you can learn this process in a few minutes for free? Sounds like a pretty kooky claim, right? Where’s my fast talking infomercial;) Well, I will say that in many cases this process will require persistence over time, but I have experienced instant results as described above on many occasions, at least 50% of things I’ve tried it on. Other things have taken more time, a week or two, to take effect. The process I’m talking about is called EFT, or Emotional Freedom Technique.

What I am about to tell you is really just the basic recipe. I’m not an EFT master, and you don’t have to be a master to get amazing results with EFT. This is a description of what is referred to as “mechanical EFT” Which means you go through these simple steps and you will get results… even if you are just reading off the paper and aren’t sure if you believe it will work. What I am about to tell you is really just the basic recipe. This alone is very effective. If you want it to be even more effective, or you want to learn more details, there are some excellent resources for you to explore at the end of this article.

What is EFT Anyway? EFT stands for “Emotional Freedom Technique”, though since it’s been named it’s been found to have profound effects on things that are traditionally considered physical ailments.

I describe it as a combo of acupressure and affirmations (I’ll explain the acupressure points in a moment). It’s generally considered a clearing procedure, meaning it clears out emotions and beliefs that hold you back from whatever you’re trying to make happen in your life, be they financial success, health, relationships, performance, phobias or aversions, or simply to feel better. Amazingly, EFT also has incredible effects on muscle tension, cramps, migraines, and has at least some positive effect on just about any ailment it’s been tried on. You can use it for little things too, like a phone call or chore you’re avoiding. It is very common that strong phobias, pains and other intense emotions are eliminated in minutes. Other times it may take a few extra repetitions. And some issues will need daily or weekly repetitions to maintain the effect, depending on what it its.

Using EFT for Physical Issues:
Reportedly, physical illnesses or injuries will heal more slowly than emotional things… However I’ve helped my wife use EFT to diminish debilitating menstrual cramps in a matter of seconds. The intensity of these cramps was really severe, at a level ten. She could not even stand and was on the brink of losing consciousness, her face went completely white. My wife is a wedding photographer, and we were in the middle of shooting the wedding party group shots when the cramps and nausea struck. The wedding party disbanded to go bring out the parents. Trina and I had only a few moments. We started tapping and before I even got past five or six points Trina was astounded by how much her pain and nausea and the feeling of losing consciousness subsided. At first she described the symptoms being reduced by 70% in a matter of about 15 seconds. Later she described it as going down by 80%.

The following month the cramps came back even more intensely, and Trina was getting really distressed about it. Luckily we weren’t shooting a wedding this time! When we finally got her calm enough to accept some tapping (I was tapping on her points for her this time) within five or ten minutes we got her symptoms down to nearly zero.

Another time Trina got a migraine after eating out with friends. Normally this means 24 hours of debilitating symptoms including nausea and impaired vision and a very painful headache and muscle pain. We got in the car and started driving home. As I drove I coached Trina through the process and the migraine was eliminated in about 10 minutes of repeating the procedure.

Wanna know how to do it now? Okay…

The Tapping Points:

Below I’ll describe the tapping points to clarify this illustration. If you’d like a free printable PDF with comprehensive point form instructions, email me at scott[at] (remember to put the @ symbol where I put [at]) and put "EFT Cheat Sheet Please" in the subject line. (See “EFT Cheat Sheet” at the end of this article.)

How to Tap: When you go through the procedure, tap each point rapidly and comfortably, 7 times or more until you finish the phrase. You can tap with several fingers at once to make sure you’re hitting the point if you like. And if your face is too sensitive, you can just do the body and hand points. Same if your hands are too sensitive… focus on the face and body. If the Karate chop point is not an option, you can rub the sore spots on the chest instead (Click here to see this explained in Gary Craig’s free manual).

Here Are the Points:

  1. Karate Chop point: the edge of your hand on the pinky side, in the middle of the fleshy side part between your wrist and the first knuckle of your little finger.
  2. Eyebrow Point: the inner end of your eyebrow, near where the bridge of your nose meets your brow.
  3. Side of the eye: on the outer edge of the bone around your eye socket (orbital bone).
  4. Under the eye: On the edge of the bone just under your eye.
  5. Under Nose: between bottom of the nose and top of the lip.
  6. Under chin, in the divot between chin and lower lip.
  7. Collarbone: Under the bump of the collarbone where it meets the sternum, in the divot there.
  8. Under arm: on the side of the torso where the seam of a shirt would cross the bra strap on a woman, or would be level with the nipple for a man.
  9. Thumbnail point: Look at the back of your hand, with the fingers pointing up to the sky. Tap the inside bottom corner of the thumbnail (if it’s your left hand it’s the bottom right corner of the nail, if it’s the right hand it’s the bottom left corner).
  10. Index finger: same place as on the thumb.
  11. Middle finger: same place again
  12. Skip the ring finger and go straight to the pinky… same spot on that fingernail.
  13. Back of the hand: between and below the knuckles of pinky and ring finger, there’s a hollow spot. Tap there.

Here’s the Procedure:

1. Identify Your Issue. What’s bothering you or holding you back? Tune in to your issue, rate it's intensity from 1-10, 10 being most intense. What body sensations, emotions, self talk, mental impressions, memories, or fantasies are coming up? Write down a few of the most prominent aspects of it.

2. The Setup: Tapping continuously on the karate chop point (point 1 on the diagram) with all four fingers for good coverage, repeat 3 times "Even though I have this [state your issue and/or aspect], I deeply and profoundly love and accept myself." Saying it with emphasis and even emotion works better.

Use your own real words and expressions: Even if they involve swearing, primal sounds, physical gestures, mime, or grammatically incorrect phrases. The idea is to tune in to the feelings behind the words, and your own expressions are the best ones to do that.

3. The Sequence: tapping about 8 times per point (points 2-13), repeat at each point a short reminder phrase i.e. "this fear of heights" or “this tension in my lower back…”

A Note on Shortcuts: If you want to try a shortcut later, you can stop at the under-the-arm point and see how that feels, tuning in, seeing what comes up, and rating the intensity again, as described below. But for now, do it with the whole procedure for the sake of thoroughness to increase your chance of results.

4. The 9 Gamut: I call this “The Brain Gym Part”: This part may seem silly, and you’re invited to laugh through the whole thing if you like! The point of it is to activate different parts of the brain to get it involved in redesigning how it responds to your issue. Pointing your eyes in specific directions and humming a tune and counting are stimulating the various functions of the brain involved in cognition and memory/imagination/emotion access.

Tap point 13 (back of hand in the indentation towards the wrist between the first knuckles of the pinky and ring finger) continuously throughout this stage...
a. Deep Breath with eyes closed.
b. Open eyes looking straight ahead.
c. With Eyes only (your nose still points straight ahead) look hard down to the right,
d. Look hard down to the left
e. Roll your eyes all the way around in a big circle one way,
f. Roll your eyes all the way around the other way.
g. Hum a few bars of a song (like “Happy Birthday”),
h. Quickly count "1 2 3 4 5"
i. Hum a few bars of a song. Stop

5. The Sequence Again: Repeat the face, body and hand points with the reminder phrase.Tapping about 8 times per point (points 2-13), repeat at each point a short reminder phrase i.e. "this fear of heights" or “this tension in my lower back…”

6. Tune In Again: Take a deep breath and tune in again. Take note of anything that comes up for you. Any changes to how you feel about the issue, any new aspects you notice.

7. Rate the Intensity Again, see if it went up or down. Don’t worry if it went up. It probably means you’ve revealed an aspect you hadn’t thought of. This is good because it means you can tap for that aspect and lessen or eliminate it. Make a note of it on your list and tap for it. If you’re not sure what it is you can say “Even though I have this thing that I don’t know what it is, I deeply…” The procedure works on the emotional charge you feel, not on the words per se.

8. Repeat the whole procedure... for specific aspects until your intensity rating goes down significantly, Ideally get it to zero. This time your setup and reminder phrase should say “even though I have this remaining {insert issue or aspect here} I deeply and …” This helps your subconscious acknowledge that the intensity is changing and moving downward to zero. You will probably be able to get it to zero quite often. Go through again, tapping for other aspects.

What’s an aspect? Aspects are scenarios that accompany your issue. If I’m tapping for an aversion to my accounting, aspects of that aversion would be:
a. Feeling stupid like I did in math class throughout my schooling
b. Frustration with my software
c. Tension in my shoulders
d. This deep burning sensation in my chest and belly
e. This emotionally charged phrase “I HATE this!!” running through my head.
f. Clenched Jaw
g. Feeling like “I don’t have time for this!”
(Can you tell this one is a big issue for me?;-)

You can experiment and say a different aspect for each tapping point if you like, to cover more ground in a single round. However, if an aspect is really strong you may want to focus strictly on it for the whole round. Example: say you started with a global issue like “Even though I have this fear of heights, I deeply and…” Perhaps a particular aspect will come up that seems really strong contributor to your intensity… “Even though I feel dizzy on the balcony…“ or whatever.

Shortcuts: There is an art to using shortcuts. Stopping at step 3 comprises one shortcut and often is enough knowledge to do the job. Going through the whole long process helps take care of psychological reversal, which is fairly common, and is discussed in detail in the manual and courses. For now I’ll just mention that, to my understanding, psychological reversal is the phenomenon of gravitating towards the opposite of what you want. Part of this full procedure… the setup part, I believe… is especially designed to un-reverse the psychological reversal. There's a great explanation of Psychological Reversal (P.R.) in Gary Craig's manual.

As you go through the process feel free to giggle, snort, say joke affirmations like "Even though I'm not sure this goofy EFT thing is going to do anything..." Have fun with it and approach it as an experiment. The worse that can happen is nothing. And apparently you don’t even have to believe in it in order for it to work. So if you’re skeptical, just go through the procedure and for the time being pretend that it really does work and see what happens.

I’ll give you another story…

I’m a professional illustrator and a comic book artist. I’ve been searching for ages for a way to apply my love of visual and written communication to help people make real and direct changes in their lives. I’d decided I wanted to create training materials for people like myself who are interested in radical self development. I decided that this was my mission, my reason for being alive on this Earth, with these illustration skills and this passion for the tools of personal growth. Working with trainers of the caliber of Paul Cutright or T. Harv Eker was fast becoming my dream of dreams.

The first time I learned about EFT I was listening to an audio set created by said multimillionaire trainer and owner of Peak Potentials Training, T. Harv Ecker. The set was called “Wealth and Wisdom” and featured many guest speakers. One was Paul Cutright giving a presentation of EFT, where he taught the audience what I’m teaching you here. I tapped along with the recording while Mr. Cutright had the entire audience tapping for their issues. I was really intrigued. So much that I listened through the whole two hours again, and this time I took notes. I drew a picture of myself holding my arm in a position so that all the tapping points were visible at once, and I numbered the points. Later it occurred to me to email this image to Paul Cutright and see if I’d get a response. Did I ever! He loved the illustration! We volleyed emails for a while, talking about art and photography (Paul and I both come from a fine art background) and then he asked if I’d be interested in illustrating his newly revised manual! “When can we talk on the phone?” he typed.

My adrenaline went through the roof. To me this guy was/is a rock star and a wise master in one. And now he wanted to work with me… of all people! The morning we were to talk I was beside myself with nervousness. My heart was beating so heard it was bouncing off my lungs and making my voice shake like crazy. I couldn’t talk to Paul Cutright like this! I felt like a freaked out teenager, not a professional communicator. I could not calm down with meditation or deep breathing, or even jogging… and I was running out of time. So I decided to try this EFT thing. I Put the Wealth and Wisdom audio on and let Paul Cutright’s voice guide me through the procedure, saying “Even though I’m REALLY nervous to talk to Paul Cutright today, I deeply and profoundly love and accept myself!”

Within three rounds, about five minutes or so, my nervousness went down to zero. The phone rang. For an instant I felt a teeny bit of that nervousness again, but as soon as Paul said hello I was totally fine, just like talking with any other client. Since then not only have I never been nervous to talk to Paul, I’m also no longer nervous to talk to other new potential clients who I have loaded some sort of great importance on, including a famous author, a majorly big-time literary/entertainment agent, and an extremely prestigious publisher I was working on a deal with. These people would have had me shaking in my boots before. Now I’m able to chat with them like a normal person and build sincere relationships with them. I can tell you right now this has had a major beneficial effect on my career.

Experiment and Be Persistent:
So try it out, be persistent, and have fun with it. Take a peek at Gary Craig’s Website (, download the free startup package, which is basically his manual as a printable eBook, and a subscription to his extensive, informative, and inspiring newsletter.

Paul Cutright, EFT Master and coach, has an excellent 5 day course (About an hour per day) that you can use to become really good at this. Paul’s course is great because it’s relatively short and is very practical… plus I really like Paul. He’s an amazing coach (he’s actually my coach now) and it totally comes through to you in the audios. I was able to complete the course in only a few days part time. After that I had no problem getting great results coaching friends and family through the process, helping them heal in a variety of ways, all of them simple and fun, many with instant results. It includes downloadable videos, audios, and manuals. A lot of the course (and the most effective part, imho) consists of the 5 training MP3s that you can play on your way to work, on your lunch break, while exercising, or whatever. It covers Gary’s Manual plus another manual by Christine Sutherland. click here to learn more about Paul's 5 day course

Gary Craig is the creator of the EFT process. He has a free manual, newsletter, and lots of free info on his website that you can use to learn more about the process and its applications. I’ve read the manual and used that material to great effect in helping others to benefit from this. Click here for that free starter package. If you want further training to really see this in action, you can watch some of Gary's training DVD videos where you can se him treating real cases with EFT, and see the reults. They're an extremely valuable learning resource for a surprisingly low price. Click here to see the DVD page.

Carol Look is an EFT Master and trainer with a book called “Attracting Abundance with EFT”. As of this writing I haven’t gone through that course yet, but I’ve heard great reports on it from other EFT practitioners and it’s definitely going to be required study for me in the very near future. I’ll be buying the eBook, since it also comes with a bunch of extra electronic resources, including guided practices with audios on MP3. She also has a series of recorded radio shows you can listen to for free where she interviews other trainers and you can learn a lot there too.

And I’m Scott Mooney, illustrator, communicator, healer and student. These and an ever growing roster of other tools that I’ve found extremely helpful in my life can be found here at my site at

EFT Cheat Sheet
I've created an EFT Cheat Sheet for you, with comprehensive point form instructions and a very clear illustration, plus all the reference links in this article, all placed on a single printable Acrobat page. Fill out the Cheat Sheet Request form at the top of the sidebar here and I'll email you with the download instructions. requesting it via the form also signs you up for a series of six tutorials on ways to use EFT on various common issues, including procrastination and addictions. In exchange for this I’d like to be allowed to send you information via email that I have found valuable in my journey of personal development. I promise I won’t share your information with anyone else. I’ve made it my mission to use whatever talents I have at my disposal to support people who wish to grow and learn and prosper. This article and the EFT Cheat Sheet and tutorials are part of that mission.

Scott Mooney

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Faith and Action

How many times have you heard stories where doctors insist there's no hope, and the patient gets better anyway? Here's an inspirational video about the power of believing in yourself, and in someone else too... and listening to your own heart, and thriving in the face of adversity...


P.S. This video was passed on to me by my financial planner, John Aarssen. Thanks John!

Friday, August 25, 2006

A Simple System for Personal Focus

You know how us artistic types tend to seem flakey and scattered and often seem to have a really hard time following through on committments and goals? It's not because we're inconsiderate or stupid. It's because our minds are constantly reaching all over the place for inspiration, for new ideas, new connections and we have a hard time holding on to concrete routines.

I’ve discovered and integrated into my life a system that makes it easy to choose and accomplish my big dreams. To all the cartoonists, designers, dancers musicians, painters, sculptors comics artists, writers, film makers, actors, performance artists, comedians, poets, photographers, directors, choreographers… who am I missing? Our scattered multi-directional minds may be our greatest strength, but can also present some major life obstacles when we try to use that same thinking style on all of our day to day actions. Following through on a goal takes a certain amount of consistency and relentlessness. these attributes are easy for us while working on a project of great passion. But what about the other parts of our lives that support those passionate dreams? Things like money management, marketing, keeping up relationships with friends and clients and spouses, improving our emotional intelligence, our health, financial prowess, building our personal abundance? It takes focus, and a willingness to overcome our internal obstacles.

My name’s Scott Mooney. I’m one of those super-scatterbrained creative types. I’m a comic book artist, commercial illustrator (see, I manage systems and marketing for my family photography business with my wife (, I’m a visionary, and as of this writing I’ve been a hardcore student of personal development for over three years. The courses, books, audios, seminars and coaching that I’ve ingested have made incredible improvements in my life and in how I feel about it. But still my scattered mind has kept me spinning my wheels professionally… until now.

In May of 2003 I was 4 years depressed and feeling like I was on the brink emotional breakdown, I got desperate enough to drop my barriers and put my trust in a great personal development trainer. Some may think he’s cheesy but he truly saved me from my accelerating downward spiral… or rather, he gave me the tools and motivation to rescue my own life. It was Tony Robbins with his 30 day Personal Power course. That step changed my life forever, putting me on a continuous journey of rapid and dramatic personal growth. But none of that incredible emotional success was showing up on my bank statement. I was still too scattered and confused to really take control of, or even to think about my life’s action plan. I was still relying on helter skelter fits of inspiration to get things done… and very few things really got done.

No day planner, scheduling system, or bing-bonging PalmPilot worked for me because what I had been assuming was a time management problem was really a focus problem. The only reason I know this now is because I’ve taken this course, called Simpleology, and integrated the systematic process I learned into my daily life and I've seen the difference in what has really changed. This course has shown me a simple way to create focus in my life with natural ease. I no longer have to force myself, bullwhipping my attention into staying on one thing. All I changed was a few habits and the results started to show immediately.

How can we stay focused on what we want in our lifes in a way that makes it really happen? Some people seem to have a natural talent for it. Not me. I’m all over the place… and I like it that way! Seeing things from many angles and getting inspired and interested in a lot of things is the source of my creativity and joy. I don’t want to give that up. However, I do want to create success and abundance in all areas of my life… abundance of creativity, fun, love, money, health, contribution, emotional intelligence, learning and having profound experiences. To that end I want to be able to focus on some key specific things and make them happen in my life.

It's a personal-focus system I have by now absorbed on a cellular level. I want to emphasize it's not about focusing harder, which was my old way. It's about focusing better. Simpleology 101 is a free course created by internet marketing Guru, Mark Joyner. Included in this course is a step by step system that keeps you focused on, and excited about what you really want in life, and it keeps you taking daily steps towards the accomplishment of those things. It’s about a thirty-day internet based course that’s broken up into little bite-sized packets that take about 15 minutes a day. Not only does this make it really easy to fit into your day, but it allows you to deeply absorb each lesson one at a time and allow them to become a natural part of your thinking.

Simpleology 101 is a very solid foundation of being able to manage your time and energy very effectively. Even though Mark saves the Simpleology money-training for the next course, Simpleology 102, this course (101) alone has massively helped me to more than triple my income, and that took place within 6 months. For me that came about simply by being able to focus on my roles in our photography business and accomplish my work effectively and with more fun so I stay motivated.

Simpleology 102 is only about a hundred bucks to join up and it’s focus is about creating more money in your life. It’s an excellent course, I’ve taken it myself and it’s made huge improvements in the way I run my two businesses. Taking the 101 course first is essential for getting the most out of 102. Basically what these courses do is teach you a daily system. 101 teaches you the system, and 102 teaches you a new piece of the system to add on to 101.

One thing to note is once you’re signed up to that course you have access to it permanently. You can take the course again, or revisit specific lessons as you wish. The forms and checklist and audios and the manual are downloadable for you to keep forever. You can print them off your own printer or at a copy shop.

It’s a focus-creation system… it’s basically a checklist and a few simple forms you run through each morning to help you stay focused and choose effective tasks for yourself to accomplish in your day, and it also keeps you in tune with your Big Picture. There’s even an element that helps you create your big picture. If the word “planning” makes you cringe the way it does for me, don’t worry. It really is simple. You just take it one step at a time, a little piece each day, and over a bit of time it begins to come together. You change it, tweak it, and discover what’s really important to you and what isn’t. You take steps and amazingly things get accomplished. For me it was more fun than I ever expected, and a real rush in the beginning because of the dramatic transformation in my ability to get things done. Now I’m just used to it and it seems normal to be able to do these things.

And the best part is I still have my creative mind, and it’s more powerful than ever before
as the dreams I create with it are coming true. This is because I’m systematically taking actions that bring them about.

If you’re resisting the idea I suggest doing the first few lessons for a few days and see if it’s helping you. There’s nothing to lose, since the course is free anyway. I found that even in the first couple of days I was saving so much time at work that the 15 to 20 minutes I took in the morning to do it was well more than made up for.

Another suggestion I can make is to approach it with an open mind and a sense of play and experimentation. To make real change in our lives we need to do things that seem unusual. If they seemed usual or normal to us that would mean we’re doing the same stuff we always do, which means we’d get the same results. If the results are desirable, if they’re helping you to improve things steadily and noticeably, that’s great, keep doing it. And if you want to change your results more dramatically, you’ll need to push the envelope a bit. If an exercise in the course seems silly or pointless, makes you grumble or laugh or shake your head at its silliness, that’s okay. Try it anyway. The worst that can happen is nothing. What's more likely to happen is a marked improvement in the fun and profit you experience in your daily life.

Why is the course free? Because Mark Joyner thinks enough people will like it enough to want to pay for 102. And he’s right. I enrolled in 102 and I’m glad I did. I don’t even use the entire system and it’s still making a big difference.

So check it out! Don’t wait. The sooner you start the course the sooner you start saving time, energy and money, and being more effective in your life. Go to;

And once you do, I'd love to hear from you and see what your experience with it has been!
Scott Mooney