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Dan Kennedy, Matt Furey, Maxwell Maltz - Zero Resistance Living

Dan Kennedy, Matt Furey, Maxwell Maltz – Zero Resistance Living

How to Imagine What You Want – And Get It – Over and Over Again – Even If You Think You’ve Failed At Everything”
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Physical weakling……………………………Fitness expert

Lousy athlete………………………………..National and World Champion Wrestler                                                         and Martial Artist

Wannabe writer……………………………..International best-selling author

Procrastinator………………………………..A man who gets things done

Poverty and debt…………………………….Multi-millionaire


Dear Friend,

In just a few moments I am going to “bare my soul” by telling you a series of intensely personal stories about my life. As I relate them to you, I will do far more than tell you about my success … I will introduce you to your own.

But before we go there, let me ask: How would you like to go through each and every day with an over-powering feeling of success coursing through your veins? How would you like to attract success to yourself like bits of steel drawn to a magnet?

How would you like to end ALL self-sabotage once and for all? To blast through ANY and ALL obstacles? To overcome fear, guilt, worry, self-doubt as well as the pangs of previous mistakes and failures? To achieve anything and everything you earnestly desire from life – faster and easier than most people can possibly believe?
Sound too good to be true? It’s not.
But I will agree with you on one thing: Many of us have been sold a bill of goods about life having to be a struggle, filled with nothing but endless years of hard work, heartache, pain and agony. Yet, the truth of the matter is that the mega-successful people have always found a way to hit their targets and goals without all the drudgery so many people accept as “the way it is.”

I should know.

My name is Matthew Furey and I’ve been studying “success” for most of my life. While in college I won a national collegiate wrestling title; years later I became a world kung fu champion (in fact I am the only American to ever win a world kung fu title in China, beating the Chinese at their own game). I am a best-selling author, a very successful entrepreneur and a top-notch speaker. I have been featured on the cover of several martial arts magazines and my articles in these magazines as well as my daily emails, draw customers from over 140 countries.

Now, I realize that you might be thinking: “That’s all well and good, but what’s that got to do with me?” kung fu world champion
Matt Furey winning a world kung fu championship in China.

Good question. And the answer is my success has everything to do with YOU. Why? Because success leaves clues. No one succeeds by accident. And no one succeeds without standing on the shoulders of giants. I am no exception. You’ll see what I mean when you read about my struggles earlier in life.
Before I Learned The Secret of Success – Life Was Not So Rosy
In case you’re impressed with my credentials – bear in mind that before I learned “the secret” to real and lasting success, everything was a struggle. I had no money. I had no good friends. I had a dead-end job. One failed relationship after another. And what bugged me more than anything is that I had desires I wanted to fulfill – and I didn’t even have the drive to take action to make them a reality.

I’ll get into this in more detail shortly – but for now suffice it to say that I have lived in poverty. I know what it’s like to have no money left in my wallet – or my bank account. I know what it’s like to be tens of thousands of dollars in debt. And I know what it’s like to be so hungry that I looked through old containers of coins to see if I could scrounge up enough money to afford another meal.

I know what it’s like to fail. I know what it’s like to be humiliated and embarrassed in front of tens of thousands of people in the heat of athletic competition. I know what it’s like to be crushed, so overcome with grief from an unwanted loss that I viewed myself as a failure.
“Outer Scars”
I also know what it’s like to be scarred and disfigured from an event that “should not have happened to me.” Today I live with the reminder: a face that was heavily scarred more than 20 years ago – when an insane drunk violently struck me across the face with a glass beer pitcher and laughed as it shattered against my innocent skin. I was in a crowded college bar when this happened, and to this day I can still hear the horrifying screams of young girls who saw blood gushing from me like a fire hose.

A few hours later, while in emergency surgery at University Hospital in Iowa City, I remember summoning the courage to ask the doctors how I looked. They had already cleaned the glass fragments from my face, as well as my eye, and were beginning to stitch me up when I said, “Could you tell me how I look?”

“Well,” the doctor replied. “Right now your face looks like a jigsaw puzzle.” And that it did.

There Is Light At The End of the Tunnel