After over 20 years in this movement, I have found that there are two kinds of libertarians.
Here’s the first kind:
Here’s the second kind. She’s a young woman in my School of Life:
“I’ve just formed a Mastermind partnership with a young lady I met from one of the accountability groups. That ‘third mind’ formed Napoleon-Hill style — she and I are so excited. We will amplify results because we’re checking in DAILY.
“This is a godsend. One of the most valuable contributions anyone has made to my life. We’re going to make you proud, Tom! Just keep doing what you’re doing. The right people are going to find you. This space you’ve created is magical.
“More to come! So exciting … this is the space we’ve been looking for.”
Which are you?
Surely you’re not the “I got three jars of mayonnaise for being a jerk” kind. I do my best to repel those people.
You’re the “I’m going to build something for myself and my family that no regime SOB can take from me, and I’m going to do it alongside other ambitious people who can help me.”
Why not try it for a month? If it isn’t everything I say and more, then we can part as friends.
But what if it is everything that army of people offering testimonials say it is?
What if it can get you out of that miserable cubicle?
What if it can help you take off 50 pounds?
What if it can help you to stay on track so you can be proud of yourself in front of that family that depends on you?
But hurry, because the doors are about to close: