People keep asking me about intentions. Do I use them today or not? In my book The Attractor Factor I say yes. But in my book Zero Limits I say something else. Well, what’s the truth? Click on the image below to see a short video explanation by me or go to http://youtube.com/watch?v=YVCmP0oVwjA or to www.intentionattractor.com Enjoy.
I talk about intentions all the time, but what if you don’t know what your intention is or should be?
What if you can’t make up your mind?
What if you’re not sure?
What if you’re afraid of making a decision or making a mistake?
That’s when you go here — www.intentionattractor.com
PS — If you don’t know if you should go to the site or not, then go here right now www.intentionattractor.com
I’m at a book store, book signing, coffee shop, store, meeting, standing in line at the post office — it doesn’t matter.
Sooner or later some woman I don’t know will lean a little closer to me.
Some will start to talk to me about the weather.
Some will just flat out say, “Whatever you are wearing is driving me crazy!”
When I was in the make-up room before going on Donny Deutsch’s television show, The Big Idea, the woman there asked me what cologne I was wearing.
“It’s not a cologne,”I said. “It’s an essential oil. It’s a blend of different oils and it’s called Abundance.”
“You should bottle it and sell it,” she said.
Well, somebody already bottles it and sells it.
Gary Young founded Young Living, the company that makes the oils. Their website at www.youngliving.us/products.asp says “Young Living’s therapeutic-grade essential oils deliver positive benefits to the body through smell, direct absorption into the skin, and by normal digestive processes. Cleansing, calming, stimulating, soothing, Young Living’s essential oils bring balance to all systems of the body.”
What an under-sell.
No mention at all of how it helps attract women.
Their site also says Abundance contains, Orange (Citrus sinesis), frankincense (Boswellia carteri), patchouli (Pogostemon cablin), clove (Syzygium aromaticum), ginger (Zingiber officinale), myrrh (Commiphora myrrha), cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) and spruce (Picea mariana).
I’m not an affiliate or a distributor for Young Living. But I’ve been dabbing their Abundance oil behind my ears, on my wrists, and on the soles of my feet for about five years now.
I don’t know if it attracts abundance, but it sure attracts women.
Somebody should tell Gary.
PS — When I stopped in to visit my Miracles Coaches last week, one of the ladies there shyly walked over to me and said, “I don’t mean to flirt, but whatever you are wearing is driving me crazy!” Works every time. 🙂
Note: Above photo of Nerissa and me is a new one taken by master photographer Rodney Bursiel. I don’t think you can scratch and sniff it, though, otherwise you’d know I was wearing Abundance oil then, too.
Their last issue had Sir Richard Branson profiled. I’m in good company. 🙂
The inside story contains several more brand new pictures and a six-page interview with me.
The story was the most revealing one ever written on me. The interview felt like therapy, as I talked about my childhood, my past struggles, and my turnaround to success — much of it never shared ever before in public.
The magazine went to press today so you can get your own copy of this collectible in-depth interview and cover story by investing in a subscription right now at www.succeedmagazine.com.au/mrfire.html
PS – All photos of me in the magazine (including the cover photo) were by master photographer Rodney Bursiel.
Recently I was interviewed by a local TV news outlet from San Antonio. While they asked me about telepathy and The Secret, I had no idea where they would actually take their news story. For a very grounded twist to the whole Law of Attraction discussion, go see www.ksat.com/video_archive/16087249/detail.html Enjoy. 🙂