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April 13, 2006

Announcing the King's 2006 Tax Day Sale-- Claim 17% Off ALL My Products

"Announcing the King's Tax Day 2006 17% Off SALE... From Today Until April 15, 2006"

Dear friends and subscribers,

I'll be up front with you: the IRS is demanding I pay them a large sum of money by April 15, 2006 or there will be serious consequences. Being that my father worked for the IRS for 25 years (in the criminal investigation division, no less) I know what they can-- and will-- do to people who don't pay them.

So, after serious reflection I've decided I have no alternative but to pay them. I'll be honest with you, writing a huge check to the IRS is very painful, but the consequences of NOT paying them are more so. However, there is a way to ease my pain, and that is to bring in more revenue to replace the monstrous sum going out. It's been my experience that the best way for me to do that is to give my customers a really good deal on my products-- in other words, to have a sale!

My "IRS Pain" is actually an opportunity for you!

So here's the deal: from now until "two minutes to midnight" (for all you fellow Iron Maiden fans) on April 15, 2006 all my products are going to be 17% off when you order from this page: http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm (but you must order from this page).

Now, this sale is not retroactive (meaning if you ordered recently you don't get a discount on your prior purchase), so if you just invested in one of my products, take this opportunity to increase your knowledge at a discount, and invest in another of my products ( http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm ). You'll be happy you did, and so will all the women you welcome into your life.

On with the fun....

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

PS Remember, this sale ends "two minutes to midnight" on April 15, 2006, and after that all prices will return to normal (or perhaps even INCREASE). To take advantage of this amazing sale, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm right now.

Posted by john at 04:59 PM

The good and bad of tax day...

Hey guys,

Well, it's almost tax day, meaning that I get to write a nice, fat check to the IRS, which pains me greatly. But, you have to do what you have to do, so I am indeed going to write the check, send it via certified mail, and watch my bank account shrink. Bad news for me, BUT... there is good news for you.

In order to make up for the huge check I'm sending out, I've decided to have a HUGE Tax Day sale, where you can save 17% off all my products, from now until the end of tax day 2006 (this Saturday, April 15). To get in on this sale and claim your discount, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm

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While I am no fan of tax day, it's something I've prepared for a long time. A lot of business owners get in trouble because they either ignore their obligation to the government or don't educate themselves about taxes so they can legally claim every deduction they're entitled to.

One of my favorite sayings in the Navy was this: "Remember the six P's--Prior Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance." It's a good thing to keep in mind, both in business and in attraction.

I don't know how many guys I've talked to who, attracted a woman, set up a meeting, then just showed up with no plan. As a result, they have no idea where to go or what to do next. Contrast that with the guy who has several different plans (different places to go, things to do if he likes her) and consistently gets results because he plans for consistent results.

I know it's not especially sexy, and it should be common sense, but a lot of guys fail with women because they don't plan for contingencies. You don't have to spend a day on it, but if you spend 15 minutes getting your head straight on where you'll go, and what you'll do if you hit it off, you'll be much farther ahead.

Instead saying they wussy, "What do you want to do?" you'll be able to say, "Let's do this..." which is an authority defining statement.

Prior planning leads to authority which leads to attraction--it's not the most exciting thing in the world, but the results are exciting, and that's what counts.

On with the fun--

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

PS Ready to step up to the Big Leagues and lead a lifetime of power and success with women, while claiming a fat, 17% discount? Then go to http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm right now before it's too late!

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Posted by john at 10:02 AM