Archive for April, 2006
Friday, April 28th, 2006
The thoughts you think before lopping off to sleep
at night – as well as the thoughts you think first thing
in the morning, are mega powerful.
Yet, the average person is totally unconscious about
what he thinks during these ultra-important moments.
What you say when you talk to yourself in the early
morning sets the tone for how you will feel – and what
results you will get – for the rest of the day.
And what you think before you go to bed at night has
a major influence upon what you will dream about
– and how you will feel when you wake up in the
You can go to bed with the final thought, “I’m really
tired.” And guess what. You’ll wake up eight or so
hours later still feeling tired.
But if you change your thought before bed to, “Mingtian,
wo yao gandao fei chang hao.”
That’s Mandarin Chinese for, “Tomorrow I will feel great.”
I’ve taught this technique to thousands of people – and when
they try it – they’re simply blown away at how powerful and
TRUE it is.
Want greater prosperity in your life. Then begin each day with
prosperity thoughts. And end them the same way.
Want to drop some excess poundage – then begin the day with
words, pictures and feelings of getting, leaner, lighter and
Live your day with Powerful thoughts and your days will be
Always remember that everything in the Universe vibrates – and
thought is the highest form of vibration.
To change your results you must change how you feel – and how
you feel is based on how your mind is vibrating. If you don’t feel
a strong, pulsing vibration inside your mind and body right now,
it is because you are thinking low-vibration thoughts.
There are many tools and techniques you can use to raise your
rate of vibration – and thereby achieve whatever you truly desire.
But the very best are the 84 life-changing strategies taught in
Dr. Maltz Zero Resistance Living course. You can go ahead and
order NOW at http://www.psycho-cybernetics.com/zrlcourse.html
Start applying these simple ideas and watch them change your life
in a profound way.
P.S. Part of what I’m going to teach at my October seminar is how
you can permanently raise your personal level of vibration – as well
as how this will improve every area of your life. For more information
on this powerhouse event – go to http://www.knockoutmarketing.com
Friday, April 28th, 2006
How lazy can I be – or should I be? That’s the
thinking of many who embark upon an exercise
And you’ve got a bunch of idiot marketers out there
telling you that one workout per week – or per month –
will give you all the results you want.
Might as well start out being weekend warriors as soon
as we’re born. Do nothing during the week – then go out
on Saturday and get hurt playing the game as hard as
you can. Doooiiii.
Let’s examine an animal in the wild.
Does the ape ever say, ‘I trained my lats really hard
yesterday climbing all those trees. I’m going to take a
week off so I recover.’
Does a deer ever say, ‘You know, I ran about 40 miles
yesterday. My hoofs are tired. I think that should do for
Does a shark ever quit swimming because he’s already
The answer to all the above is a big, bold ‘NO.’
Animals in the wild do something every single day. They
don’t think of it as exercise, as training, or as pumping
Now, let’s take the human being. First thing he must do before
he can begin training is put on the hat of the scientist.
He must read 20-30 books on exercise physiology. Then he must
read all the latest studies coming from Harvard, Berkeley, Rutgers,
Duke, Yale and Stanford.
After that he needs to ask everyone he knows what their opinions
After that he’s exhausted, plops his rumpus on the couch and watches
The next day he wakes up tired – weaker than the day before – but feeling
superior and smart because he’s read all the studies and supposedly
Now, what I have just described is REAL. Very real. It’s the life of your
average – well, that’s being kind – let’s make that ‘below average’ –
In contrast let’s look at the person who lives inside his own body, pays
attention to its signals – and does something according to what the
signals are saying.
For example, if the person gets up in the morning and feels tired, he
does some simple stretches and deep breathing exercises, just like
a cat or dog will do – and this energizes his body immediately.
Or he’ll go for a walk and whilst moving his feet forward, he’ll begin
to ponder what he wants to accomplish during the day. He pictures
what he wants and by the time the walk is over – he’s flying high.
He can’t wait to get started with his day – when the truth is he has
already begun. He’s done the most important thing he can do – and
that is ‘rev up the engine.’
Now, there are those who will train like a mad-man or mad-woman
on certain days. They’ll turn exercise time into ‘beat my body up a
bit so that it gets stronger’ time.’
And the next day, if this person is sore or overly tired, he’ll lighten
the load significantly. He may only go for a walk or do some
stretching – but mark my words, he’ll do something.
He understands that the human body was given to you as a gift –
and if you don’t take care of it, it’ll be taken away from you sooner
rather than later. So he always, always, always does SOMETHING.
As Eugen Sandow once said, ‘Life is movement.’
Life is NOT sitting around reading but not doing. Reading is good.
It’s important. But far too many people are looking for ALL the
answers before they’ll do something – and this is the wrong approach.
If you want to learn – and learn fast – you study a little – then you do
something right away. This method will teach you far more than reading
everything before you do something.
When I read a book, if Chapter One – or the first section contains a lot
of great information, I do not go on to Chapter Two until I’ve done
something with what I’ve just read. My job is not to be a professional
underliner, high-lighter or reader. My job is to be a professional DOER.
The rewards in life go to the DOERS – not to those who simply sit around
reading and studying.
Want to be a DOER? Then get started NOW with my Combat Conditioning book
and DVDs. They will change your life for the better – and they’ll get you fired up
and into forward-MOVING mode faster than any other program ever created.
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That’s all for now, my friend.
Kick butt – take names,
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Wednesday, April 26th, 2006
The great American writer, Louisa May Alcott once
wrote, ‘I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning
how to sail my ship.’
This is sage advice for anyone starting out in business
today – and it’s something I had to learn.
When you first begin learning anything new, even if there
is a bit of frustration – there is also a lot of excitement.
Creative juices flow and life passes by so fast you wonder
how what seemed like 15 minutes lasted for several hours.
But when times get tough, when there are storms, we often
forget that we are learning something; we’re learning how to
sail our ships; how to navigate our businesses; how to speak
so people will listen; how to write effectively; how to paint;
how to listen and how to get fit.
When things look UP – we tend to feel UP. But that’s easy to
do. It’s when things look down that we must learn to feel UP.
Not in the sense of ‘everything is wonderful’ if it isn’t – but in
the sense of ‘I’m going to get through this. I’m going to turn
this adversity into an advantage. I’m going to make something
good come from this.’
Napoleon Hill wrote, ‘Every adversity carries with it the seed of
an equivalent or greater benefit.’ When you’re in pain you may
resist such a statement – but I’ve yet to find this statement in
error – perhaps because I’m always looking for the seed of the
equivalent or greater benefit.
Many people don’t know this, but when Dr. Maltz became an intern,
he called his father and told him that he finally received the clothes
of a doctor. He was so proud and wanted his father to see him. So
his father told his young son he’d be right over.
On the way to the hospital, Dr. Maltz’ father was hit by a car and
Can you imagine the grief – and the guilt he felt afterward. All the
statements of, ‘If only I hadn’t made that call. If I’d have told my
father to come tomorrow, not today.’
It took some time for the young Dr. Maltz to recover – but recover
he did. And he went on to write a book, Psycho-Cybernetics, that
has sold 30 million copies worldwide.
The essence of the book is that although 1.5 percent of the population
have some sort of disfigurement that can be corrected via plastic surgery
– the other 98.5 percent have an INNER scar. Some hurt, heartache, mis-
fortune, failure, bankruptcy or blunder – and these painful experiences can
also be removed. Not by a surgeon’s scalpel – but by YOU – in the Theatre
of your own Mind.
A lot of people equate Dr. Maltz work with visualization – and there is that
element to it. But his work goes FAR beyond visualization.
Recently Mike Storms, a friend and client, wrote to tell me he had spoken
to two people who claim to be followers of what I teach. To his amazement
both of them admitted that they had never read Psycho-Cybernetics – or
gotten the advanced course in Zero Resistance Living.
He was dumbfounded. In his email to me he wrote:
‘I was expounding on the phone to both of them yesterday about
Zero Resistance Living and its impact on me, my kids, my students
and clients and players…
To my amazement they haven’t gotten the course yet, and didn’t even
sound like they wanted to, or realized that they are missing out; the ease
of success and the ability to make things appear in their life out of thin air.
Forgive me for saying it this way, Matt, but how do they follow you and not
read what in my opinion is the foundation of your empire (both seen and
In response to Mike’s letter I wrote, ‘People want to believe that success
boils down to the physical or visible mechanics. Yet, 90% of success is how
you use your mind and most people have absolutely no clue as to how they
use their own mind.’
Truth is, if you don’t know how you’re using your own mind, how can you
improve upon it – and how can you use it BETTER in order to get from life
what you truly desire.
P.S. ‘Imagination is more important than knowledge,’ said Einsten. He was right.
Start using your creative imagination NOW by delving into Dr. Maltz most
advanced work – http://www.psycho-cybernetics.com/zrlcourse.html
P.P.S. My October seminar is filling up fast – I suggest you enroll
early if you want a seat. Come witness a Super-Human Brain Transplant
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Wednesday, April 26th, 2006
Here’s the secret to avoiding exercise: Tell yourself that
you don’t have the time – any time – or enough time.
Blame it on time. Not on yourself or your ability to manage
Blame it on time. Not on how well you plan and organize
Time is always to blame. Never you.
I met a guy who wants to write a book – but according to him
he doesn’t have any time. Between the stress of work and the
responsibilities at home, there’s not a second left.
Or so he says.
One day I came by his home and asked if he had time to go for
a walk. He immediately dropped everything he was doing and
went for a one-hour jaunt with me. During the jaunt I did most
of the talking – mostly so there was no time for him to tell me how
he doesn’t have any time write his book.
At the end of the walk, without me saying a word about his book,
he said, “Man, I’m feeling really good now. I’m going to go inside
and work on my book. I won’t be able to sleep for at least a couple
of hours, so I can use this time to do something creative.”
I nodded and walked back to my home.
The above is not an isolated event in my life. I’ve done this with many
people to “test” if their “song and dance” is true to form. It isn’t.
It’s pure bull-crap.
People often ask me, “How do you accomplish so much. How do you
manage to get so much done. Don’t you ever sleep.”
I’m always surprised by these comments as I’m not thinking about
what I did – I’m thinking about what I want to DO.
Even though I put the word “DO” in upper case – the key word in the
previous sentence is “want.”
If you WANT to do something – you’ll find a way to do it. It all boils
down to desire. How strong is your desire.
I like to encourage people to begin their exercise program with one-
minute of walking or calisthenics. Just one minute. That’s all.
Anyone can find a minute. And then another – and another – and another.
But it starts with ONE – the one you have right now.
So tell your friend to get off his arse and do something. Don’t listen to his
“song and dance” about not having time. If it’s a priority, he’ll make time.
And there’s no easier way to find the time than the program I’ve mapped
out for you in Combat Conditioning and Combat Abs – 2 of my hot sellers.
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Tuesday, April 25th, 2006
Just received this email from a Marine Sgt. who was stationed in
Iraq. Here’s what he has to say about Combat Conditioning:
My name is Jereme Roodhouse. I am a Sergeant in the United States
Marine Corps. I have been using the methods and technical described
in Combat Conditioning – http://www.mattfurey.com/conditioning_book.html –
for close to two years and would like to say that it is amazing, what a difference
this type of workout can make.
I have put my body through many a different and difficult types of exercise
regimes and this is bar none; the greatest all around, functional program there
I have recently returned from Iraq where I was deployed in the western Al
Anbar province. My unit spent the first month and a half clearing the cities
of the region, where we then set up battle positions (BP’s) to patrol and
continue to route out the insurgency from the area. The operations were
arduous and continuous. We then remained at the BP’s for the duration of
Leading up to this I had been using Combat Conditioning as my main
form or exercise and loved the results. I also had to endure the
required exercise of the military but would implement Combat Conditioning
at every opportunity.
Once in Iraq I was unable to keep this up due to our operational tempo.
However, my legs never failed me and even in the extreme heat, with
heavy body armor my body performed flawlessly. I know that the deep
breathing and the intensity of Combat Conditioning played a large role in
this. Even when I was able to exercise out at the BP’s I had limited space
and next to no equipment which was perfect for Combat Conditioning.
At the end of the deployment I was rock solid and never used a weight
to do this.
I also gained about 5 to 10 lbs in muscle somehow.
In addition when I did have to run again I went hard for about 5 miles with
Thanks for such a dynamic way to hone the body that God has provided each
and every person with.
M.F. Sgt. Roodhouse – I love the name. Congratulations on doing your duty,
not only for our country, but for your body. We’d like to send a gift your way,
please contact us for details. Welcome home.
Well, my friend, what about you. When are you going to step up to the plate
and serve your body they way this man has. I say, ‘Do it NOW.’ Go to
http://www.mattfurey.com/conditioning_book.html and get on the fitness
Kick butt – take names,
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Monday, April 24th, 2006
We received this letter a couple of days ago about a workout used by former
President Ronald Reagan to stay in shape.
The following story happened at the Republican National Convention in 1980 after
Reagan tapped George H.W. Bush to be his running mate. At the time, Reagan
“After Reagan tapped Bush as his running mate, a group of us enjoyed breakfast
together while visiting in Reagan’s hotel suite. The suite had a common room for
hosting guests that was sandwiched between two bedrooms on each side. Bush,
Reagan, myself, and some others had been chatting with a mayor from a key
Wanting to ingratiate himself to the newly nominated presidential candidate, the
mayor said, “My, Governor, you sure look great for a man your age
in the midst of political battle. How to you manage to stay in such great
Without saying a word, Reagan got up out of his seat and disappeared into his bedroom.
When he returned, in his hand was an exercise wheel. The thing sort of looked like
a doughnut with a stick running through its middle. “Here’s my secret, Mr. Mayor,”
And with that, the former Eureka College football player, still wearing his suit, dropped to his knees and placed one hand on each of the bars protruding from the wheel. In one long, graceful motion, Reagan stretched his body forward, distributing his weight from his knees to his hands, until his chest hovered inches above the floor. With equal fluidity, he then pulled back on the wheel, recoiling his body like a Slinky before returning to his original position.
“Wow,” said the mayor. “I guess doing that every day would keep a man pretty fit.”
After we had finished visiting, everyone left the hotel room, or so I thought. Savoring
the rare moment of tranquility, I sat down on one of the low-slung couches in the now
darkened visiting room and sat silently thinking through what the day might bring.
That’s when I noticed that someone else was in the room. It was Bush. He walked
over to Reagan’s little exercise wheel. Curiosity, it seems, had gotten the best of this
former Yale University baseball player.
Sitting perfectly motionless, I thought to myself: “I’ve got to see this.”
Mimicking Reagan’s earlier demonstration, Bush dropped down onto his knees.
Steadying himself, he put one hand on each side of the wheel and began to lean
forward. But as the wheel rolled out about two and a half feet, he began to lose
his balance. With shaking hands and wobbling shoulders, his elbows gave way,
sending him crashing face forward onto the carpet.
I rustled my papers to let him know someone was in the room. Startled, Bush
wrenched his neck around. When our eyes met, he realized for the first time he
was not alone. He popped up off the ground, and blew by me on his way out the
door without saying a word. It was one of the most unforgettable things I’d ever
*From The Greatest Communicator by Dick Wirthlin (President Reagan’s Chief Political Strategist); John Wiley &Sons, Inc., 2004
Hope you enjoyed this one. By the way, I show you how to use the best wheel of all,
Lifeline USA’s Powerwheel in Combat Abs – http://www.mattfurey.com/combat_abs.html
And if you want more information on this extraordinary gut-flattening apparatus, then read
my personal endorsement of it by going to http://www.mattfurey.com/powerwheel.html
Hey, if it worked for a 69-year old man, it’ll work for YOU.
Kick butt…take names,
Monday, April 24th, 2006
Made a mistake in an email some time ago. I
talked about a man (in his 50’s) who flexed his
abs during Hindu Pushups and got a set of washboard,
six-pack abs for the first time in his life.
What was the mistake:
I was off by almost 20 years. In going through my archives
I found the link to the man who is so close to 72 that I rounded
his age upward.
If you missed that email you can find it again by going to
I told the man, Fred Romig, that he had just given away a tremendous
fitness secret. Certainly not the biggest of them all, but a significant one,
In the Magnificent Seven in Combat Abs for example, I talk about
the Back Arch With Forward Bend and Squeeze … as well as the
Dynamic Side Bend Stretch With Isometric Squeeze.
Like the Farmer Burns Stomach Flattener, these exercises involve
deep breathing and squeezing. And that’s why they are so damn
effective in helping people knock inches off their waistlines.
The other day I was watching a lady teaching some classical
dancing movements. She had a ‘killer’ body .. and as she taught
her students these stretches, she told them to simultaneously squeeze
the muscles being stretched – especially the abdominals. Doing so, she
said, ‘helps reduce unwanted fat.’
One of the many reasons why this is true is something called ‘intensity.’
Why don’t crunches work. Because there’s nothing much to them.
Conversely, why does the Farmer Burns Stomach Flattener work.
Because it requires an intense muscle contraction. Good news: It
only lasts two to five seconds – hence my constant harping of ‘five
Truth be told, if the contraction is intense enough, one second will
move you along the path to your goals. 72-year old Fred Romig only held
his contraction whilst doing Hindu Pushups for one second. Granted,
he did more than one rep – but the power that pores forth from that
one second of each rep, that’s the key.
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Here’s something else you should know, just in case: Got an email
from a lady who is laid up in bed for a few weeks due to an ankle
injury. She asked me what she could do to improve her fitness when
she couldn’t put weight on her ankle.
Well, provided your physician agrees, you can begin with deep
breathing and abdominal contractions. Then you can do the same
for the rest of your body. There are several legendary stories of
weak, sickly boys turning into strongmen by employing this method
of flexing while on the hospital bed. It’s not advisable for everyone,
that’s why you need to bounce this off off ‘el doctoro’ – but you’d be
surprised to find out how many people could be benefitting from this
Kick butt – take names,
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Saturday, April 22nd, 2006
For many people, lower back pain is quickly eliminated
with the KING of exercises.
I teach it in Combat Conditioning. It’s call the bridge. And
it’s the very thing, incidentally, that many ignorant health
professionals will advise you NOT to do. No small wonder when
they get paid for what they advise or do, eh. Yet there are plenty
of health care pros who advocate the bridge as I teach it.
Why. Because they’re smart enough and open-minded enough
to truly take a look at how incredible it truly is.
In many cases, people who have had back pain for a
decade or more, have eliminated the pain in a week or
two just by doing the bridge.
The bridge increases strength and flexibility in the entire
spine – everything from the tailbone to the top of your
head. It turns on the electrical switch inside your body
to energize you. And it improves the functioning of all
your internal organs – especially your digestion.
On top of that, the bridge strengthens your hips, legs,
buttocks, spinal erectors, abs, neck – and so on.
Tis why it is the KING.
Yes, it is NOT for some – there are people who are already
so beat up they cannot and should not do it.. But the grand
majority of the population CAN and should do the bridge.
Likewise, they should stop doing the very things that hurt
What are the things that harm the back and spine. Well, there
are many. But today I’ll give you five.
5 Things That Hurt Your Back
1. Doing deadlifts – worst exercise for the back ever invented.
Muy horible as they say in Espanol.
2. Heavy barbell squats – most injuries are NOT to the knees
from heavy squats. It’s the lower back that suffers.
3. Bad mattress – this is a huge problem for many. Where
you spend 8-10 hours per day is an important investments.
Don’t skimp in this area. Get a good mattress.
4. Too much sitting – Sitting on your rumpus for hours per
day is rough on your lower back. You must counter this
with exercise. Daily exercise.
5. Financial fears and insecurity – I’ll have to do a report on
this in el futoro – but your emotional world does effect your
physical – and if you’re continually living in terror of losing
monee – chances are you also experience lower back pain.
Look at the list above and if you have back pain – stop doing
all of the things that are harming you – and BEGIN doing
what will repair, rejuvenate and resurrect the power lying
Well, my friend, that’s all for now.
Kick butt – take names,
P.S. Be sure to find out how you can get my international best-seller,
Combat Conditioning, as well as several of my other life-changing
products, including CD’s on how to lose weight, for almost nuthin.
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P.S.S. This email – as well as all my others – are written stream-of-
consciousness, without correction. Naturally this will lead to typos
and misspellings at times – if not often. From time to time I receive
a long email from a spell-correction fanatic – otherwise known as
an editor – saying that he’ll be glad to ‘edit’ my emails in exchange
for a copy of my book. This leaves me thinking, if you have THAT
much time to write me an email, as well as to correct my typos,
HOW good of an editor can you be. Good editors shouldn’t have
time to lend their services for nuthin. Use your spare time to
find real paying clients. I ain’t a gonna be one of them – not now –
not never. In the same vein as Sir Winston Churchill – who once
received a speech he was to give to a graduating class, back
with grammatical corrections – he responded to the young college
buckeroo by saying, ‘Young man, you leave my speech uncorrected,
as is. This is the sort of criticism up with which I will not put.’
Well said, Sir Winston.
Friday, April 21st, 2006
One of the ‘warmup’ exercises you’ll often see done
in the parks of China, just before tai chi practice, is what I
call the ‘tai chi waist turner.’ It’s part of the Magnificent Seven
in Combat Abs – http://www.mattfurey.com/combat_abs.html
What exactly is it. Good question.
Essentially, you stand with slightly bent knees. Your hands
are at your sides. Limbs are relaxed.
From this position you begin twisting your waist back and
forth in a circular manner, and the centrifugal force of the
twisting causes your arms to flail along for the ride.
This seemingly simple movement has many, many benefits.
Number one, it helps to realign the vertebrae, especially
the vertebrae in the lumbar region.
Number two, it gives your internal organs a good massage,
helping them do a more efficient job. This internal massage
leads to improved circulation and better digestion.
Number three, this twisting is a movement often neglected
in most ‘abdominal training’ programs, which is a major mistake.
Many injuries to the lower back result in quick twists or sudden
movements – or even an incredibly simple act like picking up
When you practice the ‘tai chi waist turner’ – the chances of
injuring yourself in the future via a simple twist are reduced.
Twisting also targets the ‘obliques’ – an area that can
accumulate excess fat quite readily. Some people refer to
this excess fat as ‘love handles.’ I’ve often said they are
‘hate handles’ because – other than Kirstie Alley, aka the
Fat Actress – ain’t many people out there who love ’em.
Movements that twist or that go side-to-side, also covered
in Combat Conditioning – http://www.mattfurey.com/conditioning_book.html –
help reduce unwanted lard on the waist. This follows the axiom,
‘Fat can only accumulate on the body where there is the least
amount of activity.’
So next time you see a tee-vee program showing people practicing
the waist turning warmups for tai chi – don’t look the other way.
Start twisting yourself.
Kick butt – take names,
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Friday, April 21st, 2006
I’ve been in Washington, D.C. for the past few
days, taking part in Clayton Makepeace’s Power
It’s been a grand event. And Clayton had done
a superb job teaching his life experience as a
Incidentally, yesterday Clayton repeatedly told
the room about Psycho-Cybernetics – how he uses
the principles in his work and life – and how the book
changed his life.
How much did it change his life. Well, last year he
made 2.7 millyun smackeroos in royalites alone.
I’d say that’s pretty good, don’t you.
This fact, shows once again, how the teachings of
Dr. Maxwell Maltz have taken many people to the
top of their games; in sports, in business and in
30 million people have bought a copy of Pscyho-
Cybernetics over the years. The book is a classic.
Be sure to pick up a copy at amazon.com.
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