At the bottom of the mountain, nobody can hear you scream. 3pm ET today

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Nobody voyages across land and sea to seek the guru at the bottom of a mountain.

You make “innocent” phone calls: “Hi Bob, I’m just checking up
to see how things are going.”

Which translated means, “I’m even more pathetic and desperate this week than I
was last week, so just call me anytime you want, day or night, and I’ll be here
for ya, you just let… me… know!”

Biggest problem most consultants have is:

Only 1 seat left for London 4-Man Intensive +Note important change

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I’m doing a 2-day 4-Man Intensive in London, 2 weeks from now.

The event sold out very fast. At the prodding of my sales staff, I expanded the 2-day 4-Man Intensive to a 3-day 6-Man Intensive. Each person gets a half-day hot-seat. You’ll witness six businesses getting taken apart and put back together.

Never done this before, may never again.

Seat #5 is sold now too. Only Seat #6 is left. Price is £4838 British Pounds.

"My Latte's too Foamy"

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I’ve got two teenagers, ages 13 and 16. They have a pretty nice life.

Sometimes they express, uh, a sense of entitlement.

Can you say the following aloud, in a whiny, petulent voice?

“My latte’s too foamy!”

Dysfunctions, Addictions & the Financial Burning Bus – Part 8

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Today I’d like to talk about some head trash I’ve had to clean out of my own brain. Very recently I got another Sozo session (I think this was my fifth one in 2 years) and something really interesting came up: Private Jets. I don’t know about you, but when somebody says “Private Jet” to me, my knee-jerk reaction is: … Read More

A salute to all who are WORKING today

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The Friday before Christmas I posted on my Facebook page:

“Hit LIKE if you are NOT taking the day off, but instead you’re earning the dinero and getting stuff done while everybody else parties and drinks hot chocolate.”

Tea & Starbucks in the Forbidden City

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I just came back from China, where a cup of green tea *normally* costs about 25 cents. That’s the price at a typical street vendor.

But at the world-famous Forbidden City in Beijing, crawling with gringo tourists, a cup of green tea costs $4.00.

Why does it cost 16X as much in the Forbidden City as it costs 3 blocks away?