Years ago, Walt Disney was asked if it
ever concerned him that the brilliant
ideas being developed by his imagineers
(the term he used for his employees who
designed and built the world’s greatest
theme parks) would be leaked or stolen.

He replied, “No. We can create faster
than people can steal.”

And I’m wondering…

Can you?

Are you that confident in your ability to create?

Maybe it seems unfair to ask, given that we’re
talking about a mastermind of invention and
entertainment. But, according to the accounts
of Walt‘s life, he went through a number of

In one article I read, besides coming from a
“highly dysfunctional” childhood, “At age 22,
Walt experienced bankruptcy after the failure
of a cartoon series in Kansas City. He headed
to Los Angeles with $40 in cash, and an
imitation-leather suitcase containing only
a shirt, two undershorts, two pairs of socks,
and some drawing materials. Feeling that others
did animation better, his goal was to be an
actor out in Hollywood. It never occurred.”

Thank God.

Where would the world be without his contributions?

More relevant, though, is where will the world be
without yours?

Have you ever really thought about it this way…
that you might have something to offer the world
of great significance?

Believe me, I didn’t always feel or act like I
had something to contribute. When I was homeless,
I certainly had no idea I’d write over 50 books,
or help thousands of people. I had no idea I would
become the world’s first self-help musician with my
own album – let alone six albums.

But here’s the thing: You don’t know what you
don’t know.

And you don’t have to…but…you do have to get out
of your own way. You have to stop looking out
there for answers to questions like:

* How do I attract money in this terrible economy?

* How do I improve my self-image?

* How do I stay positive when people around me are negative?

* How do I discover my life purpose when I don’t know what I want?

* How do I help others?

* How do I attract my love?

* What can I do when everything looks hopeless?

In a nutshell, there’s one answer to all of these:
stop waiting around.

If you want to learn to create and have the confidence to do
it again and again – the best and only way to do this that
I know for sure is through transformation.

If this sounds like a lot of, well, frankly, work, then I’ve
got good news for you…

At my event in November, I’ll be sharing my recent discovery
of the Law of Zero: “Zero” is alive.

Not only can you get inspiration from it, you can send
intentions into it – and I’ll be revealing how to do it
for the first time at the event. I’m excited because this
information goes beyond anything I’ve ever taught before.

Even better… it’s going to take you beyond anything you’ve
ever been before.

Like Walt once said, “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”

Join me in Austin for the fun…

Go to

Expect Miracles.



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