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November 22, 2006

Did you let a great one slip away?

Have you ever met a woman who just took your breath away? But, just when you thought you "had her," that she was "yours," she mysteriously disappeared, leaving you wondering what the heck just happened?

It used to happen to me too, until I discovered unusual new attraction secrets for men, that that let you make sure she never leaves you (unless you want her to) once you have her.

To check out this unusual new resource right now, simply go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm before the day is over.

On with the fun....

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

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Posted by john at 04:44 PM

The day that changed my life forever

Way back in 1997 I was just starting to get my feet under me in my business. I was running an art business at the time, and after a miserable first year I was starting to figure things out. I'd started investing in information products on how to profit in my business, taught by those actually doing it (unlike, say, college professors), and I was starting to see results.

In fact, one of the techniques I'd just learned (a "cash flow surge letter") had just finished paying off handsomely, and I had a big decision to make. I'd spent $150 on a strategy I'd learned from Dan Kennedy, and made $1,800 in return. Needless to say I was pleased--but that led to a big problem.

A whole new approach to dating, women, and relationships that allows me to choose my own relationships with women, anytime, anyplace, anywhere, devoid of all heartbreak or misery, and I'm convinced any man can copy what I'm doing, no matter your looks, age, or income. Why would any sane man reveal these secrets if they were true? To discover the answer go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

The problem was this: I was still in substantial credit card debt, and had to decide whether to alleviate some of that debt with the $1800 OR use that money to attend Dan's upcoming 1998 Marketing Super Conference, which coincidentally cost $1,800 (if I took fast action and claimed my early registration discount).

I thought about it for awhile, and finally came to the conclusion that, if I'd made this money using just one of Dan's secrets, how much more would I make from attending a live event and being around those who were also profiting with what they'd learned from Dan?

It was a stretch money-wise for me to go. Airfare, hotel and food were not included in the registration fee, and paying for those would actually increase my credit card debt. But, in the end, I decided the knowledge was worth it, and if I got just one good idea from that event, all my costs of attending would be covered.

So, with my heart beating at a rapid rate, I filled out the order form, and mailed it in, wondering if I was doing the right thing. Little did I know that attending that event would change my life forever.

Not only did I get an idea that made me a fast $20,000.00 (and got me out of credit card debt), I met people I never otherwise would have met, people who are still contributing to my life. People like Joe Polish, Jeff Paul, my good friend Rob Olic, Kennedy himself, and a myriad of others. Forming these relationships was what really allowed me to build my business, going from a broke seminar attendee to someone who now teaches how to make money from personal experience.

Attending that event was the smartest thing I ever did, and I have attended many events since. In fact, since the beginning of this October (2006) I have gone to five events, learning something new at each one and forming new relationships, some that will last a lifetime.

Since 1998 I've made it a point to go to as many events as possible, and it's the best thing I've ever done. I speak at as many as I attend now, but the actual going is what's important. Whenever someone starting out asks me for advice, the one thing I tell them is, "you've got to go to the events." Information is great, but what brings it to life is the like minded people you meet and keep in touch with long after the event is over.

The most successful people I know go to events, even if they know more than the speaker. They know that one good idea, one offhand comment, one relationship forged in that environment can change their life for the better forever.

If you get the opportunity, get your butt to an event--and keep going back. It will be the most profitable thing you ever do, bringing you success beyond your wildest imagination.

On with the fun....

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

PS Stay tuned late next week--I'm going to start taking applications to attend my Ultimate Attraction Immersion Event, limited to 127 attendees (or less if I so choose).

PPS What's a great primer to absorb before attending my event? My Ultimate Unlimited Lifetime of Power and Success with Women System, of course! Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now to get your hands on it before your male competition does.

Posted by john at 10:38 AM