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September 19, 2006

Do you know the one thing that brings you unlimited success with women?

Dear friends and subscribers,

I've said it many times. When it comes to success with women, looks don't matter, age doesn't matter, income doesn't matter, and social status doesn't matter. The only thing that matters is if you can make her feel a powerful sense of attraction. That's it. It really is that simple. If you make her feel a powerful sense of attraction she will give up friends, family, food, anything just to be with you. It's that powerful.

See, most men fail with women because they believe this powerful sense of attraction "just happens." Or that if you have looks, money, or social status these things will create attraction. But this is not true. Any man can CREATE attraction for women... if you know how.

To discover the five secrets to an unlimited lifetime of power and success with women, go to: http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

On with the fun...

-John Alanis
"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

PS Are you ready to step up to the Big Leagues and win a life of power and success with women? If so, then go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm

Posted by john at 04:47 PM

How to spot a "bad investment" immediately

Hey guys,

As many of you who have been on this list a long time know, one thing I strongly advise everyone to do is to get rid of any "bad investments" you may have made in your life. What's a bad investment? It's anything that brings you down, and keeps you from living life the way you truly want to live it.

It could be a job you hate. It could be a relationship you never should have gotten into. It could be a "friend" who, inside, is jealous of you and covertly sabotages you. It simply could have been a bad financial investment. Whatever it is, it is imperative you remove them from your life as soon as possible.

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When you get rid of bad investments, a remarkable thing happens. Nature abhors a vacuum, and the bad investment will soon be replaced by a better investment. Happens every time.

I'm thinking about putting together a CD course on how to identify, and gracefully rid yourself of bad investments in your life--some are easy to identify, but some are much harder. The worst ones appear to be good investments, but when you dig deeper are actually bad ones. I'll cover all that in the CD course--today I want to tell you one tell-tale sign of a person who is--or will become- a bad investment.

One of the keys to keeping your life free from bad investments is not to make them in the first place. In order to do this, you need to be able to spot them as quickly as possible- much easier to not let them in, than to make them.

Bad investments tend to have a lot of things in common--they have certain, recurring patterns of behavior (many of them very subtle) that identify them as bad investments, and you should train yourself to look for this kind of behavior.

Here's a prime example of one I look for. Whenever I hear someone who's invested in an information product or gone to a seminar say, "Oh, I already know all that, I need my money back," I immediately know they are a bad investment.

The attitude of "I already know all that," is an insidious one, particularly when tied to the issue of whining for a refund. Why? Because successful people realize there is always one good idea in every product (no matter how bad or boring) and continually ask themselves, "what's the one good idea?"

Bad investments don't do that. They read it from the "superiority frame" of "I already know this, I'm such a smart guy." It may make them feel good, but it doesn't lead to any real learning.

Here's the truth: as you go through life, and your experience changes, how you interpret information changes. I have products that I've purchased seven years ago, and listened to many times. You'd think, by now, that I'd "know everything" in them. But, whenever I listen to them again, I interpret the information differently due to my present experience level, which didn't exist when I first listened to them.

I get new ideas that I never would have gotten, understand things on a deeper level than the first five times I listened to the product, and most importantly, am reminded of ideas I'd completely forgotten about. And many of those have made me a lot of money AND brought me some great women. But neither of these would have happened if I had the "I already know all this, I need a refund" mindset.

People with that attitude have phony knowledge, not real knowledge and can be very dangerous to your life. See, they sound like they know what they're talking about, and have just enough knowledge to appear to be an authority, but the reality is, when their abilities are put to the test, they falter--and those around them suffer due to their arrogance.

So, when you run into people like that, and hear them say things that smack of "I already know all that," get rid of them instantly. They are one of the worst investments you can make--they sound like a good investment, but always wind up tanking at the wrong time, just when you thought you could count on them.

On with the fun....

-John Alanis
"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

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Posted by john at 10:37 AM