Controversial, Shocking Underground Secrets To Success Finally Revealed To The Masses…
Do you lose sleep over incessant thoughts of why you’ve never really been able to hit the “Big Time” even after all these years of trying?
If you’re one of the millions out there struggling to achieve their lifelong dreams and aspirations, you’ve probably said yes to the above questions.
Be it your parents, your elders, your educators, your friends, practically everyone in your life would have told you at some point in your life that you can only achieve your dreams if you work hard for years and years to come.
I’m going to reveal to you the truth about success that you might have trouble wrapping your head around, because it goes against EVERYTHING you’ve ever been taught in your entire life.
In fact, once you understand this one particular “secret”, you’ll find that achieving success is so ridiculously easy you won’t believe that it’s true.
However, before we go into the nitty-gritty of what you’re actually here for, spare me just a few minutes of your time to tell you how I finally “broke the code” to success.
For the benefit of those who don’t already know me, I’m Greg Frost, and I’ve been in the business of helping people like you help themselves by realizing and maximizing their inner potential for close to 20 years now.
Now, I’m not going to tell you that I’m a self-help “expert”, because I’m constantly learning new things about myself and self-improvement techniques that are continuously evolving.
I believe someone can only claim to be a “expert” if they’ve mastered everything there is to master in their field, and in the self-help industry that’s almost an impossible thing to do.
I’m just a self-help enthusiast who loves sharing my discoveries with like-minded individuals. Sharing it with people like you.
Because I had been in that same exact position ages ago, long before I discovered the secrets to success.
Upon graduation I found myself a job that I didn’t really enjoy doing, but it paid a decent salary and put food on my family’s table, so I decided to persevere.
I went through several job positions for the next couple of years, and finally settled on one that I thought I could excel at.
But after 3 years, I became frustrated with my career because it seemed to be going nowhere no matter how hard I worked, no matter the long hours I put in every single day.
In my frustration I began developing a keen interest in self improvement, voraciously feeding on knowledge gleaned from books loaned from the local library.
I even attended dozens of thousand dollar courses that promised to take my inner potential to a whole new level.
What made things even worse for me was the fact that I had borrowed money from my parents to attend some of these thousand dollar courses, and I had nothing to show for it.
So would you believe that the turning point in my life came while I was onboard the train heading home from work late one night?
I had had a particularly bad day at the office; that much I remember, because nothing had seemed to go my way for a while now.
As the train arrived I entertained, albeit briefly, the morbid thought of jumping off the platform and onto the tracks.
As I sat down by the door I noticed a bundle across from me, looking as though someone had left it behind.
But there didn’t seem to be anyone aware of the fact that they might have left something behind… or rather, there wasn’t anyone in the cabin at all, except for myself.
Curiosity got the better of me, and because there didn’t seem to be anyone that the bundle could have belonged to, I moved over to where the bundle sat, and I tugged free the string that held it together.
But it wasn’t exactly a book, because the content etched onto the parchment-like pieces of paper were, at first glance, indecipherable notations rather than comprehensive, coherent sentences.
(On hindsight I admit I should have probably reported it to the station’s Lost And Found, but you have to remember the state of mind I had been in)
I spent the next two weeks deciphering the notes and converting them into coherent sentences as best as I understood them, and when I was done…
I read the deciphered manuscript over and over again, refusing to believe that I had in my grasp the answer to practically everything I desired in life.
After all, I had attended dozens of thousand dollar courses, spent years reading book after book on success and self-help, and I was to believe that a bundle of worn and almost disintegrating pieces of paper held the secrets to success?
I thought that I must have been so desperate to believe I had something in my hands that I had subconsciously projected blind faith and hope in myself.
(I had read up on the subject of projection in my years of borrowing books on psychology from the local library)
Barely two weeks later, a business opportunity came knocking at my door, literally, in the form of a friend whom I had not met for years.
He knew that I had a mind for business, and he also knew that I seldom took my ideas to the next level because I lacked the financial resources and the confidence.
He offered to provide all the support I needed, and within just 6 months what started as a company of two partners grew into a successful 30-man business.
I would just… Read more…