Originally Posted by moonrambler
I don't know either what's up. Paul, at first I was intrigued because I respect your opinion a lot, and you sounded so excited about this. But ever since then, basically all you've done is promote this course and GIN membership. That's at least 50 percent of what you do on Facebook too.
I was excited. And now I'm even more excited. See before I was excited because I manifested some small things very quickly. I also had some friends manifest some small things very quickly. That got me excited.
Now a few months in, I have started to manifest WAY bigger things, and so have my friends. It talk to people almost every day on the phone who have put the teachings into effect and they thank me for sharing this with them.
Just last week a mother of 4 kids said to me "Paul, thank you so much for sharing this with me. This is the first Christmas I've had with my kids where I actually have some extra money for Christmas gifts, instead of not enough."
Wouldn't you be excited about something that produces results for yourself and others like this?
You should be seeing the fact that I'm STILL talking about this months later, here and on Facebook and on the phone with everyone I talk to, and when I meet with friends and family in person, and on Twitter, and in emails - as a sign that THIS WORKS. If it was junk, I would have dumped it and moved on!
Well, I couldn't download Part 1 for some reason, so I started with Part 2.
I know which audio you're referring to. You must listen to Part 1 to understand what he's saying though.
"How did you get into debt? You spent too much. [pause] You SPENT too much! [pause] YOU spent too much! [pause] You spent too much. You spent too much." |
It probably wasn't exactly like that, but it was similar to that, and that's truly not what I needed to hear at that moment, especially not over and over until I wanted to crawl into a hole.
Then he starts going on about how it's one thing if you're living in a studio apartment and riding your bike to work, but he knows that's not his audience.
"What did you spend too much on? [pause] Got an X-Box? A flat-screen TV? When you go on vacation, do you stay at cheap motels or great motels? Yada yada."
Kevin's not scared to state the truth. He is totally right in that audio. I know so many people who are totally over their ears in debt, and I see them at Costco and Bestbuy shopping for yet a bigger TV and a new gaming console.
They don't have enough money to pay for groceries, but they have a 52" Plasma Screen TV.
Everything he says thought has to be taken in the context of the whole message he is saying. Otherwise it would be like reading four paragraphs of one of Steve Pavlina's posts and judging the whole website based on that.
If Kevin Trudeau actually has something for me about how to get out of debt in 10 minutes flat without having to listen to him drone on and on and on about how I spent too much on X-Boxes and flat-screen TVs, I'd love to hear what it is. Perhaps Kevin would like to send me a cashier's check. |
Sorry if this sounds harsh, but what you just said pretty much summarizes why you're in debt. There is no 10 minute cure to your debt. He can teach you what to do, but you still need to do it. There is no knight in shining armor with a cashier's check heading your way.
To get rid of your debts, you must first take 100% responsibility for them. It may sound like a "negative" thing to do that, but it is not. Taking 100% responsibility for your life gives you POWER. It allows you to RECLAIM your power from your stuff.
The banks and credit card companies and stores out there who want to just put you in more debt and sell you more crap want you to just keep consuming more crap while at the same time programming you with the "It's not my fault. It's not my fault." mentality, giving away your power.
I have a big screen TV.
I have an Xbox.
I have a Nintendo Wii.
I have a Playstation 3.
I have 2 cars.
And I still have some debts.
When I listened to that audio, it made me realize that he is completely right. It was ** I ** who made the decision to purchase all those things and put me in debt. As much as that makes me feel like crap for a millisecond for making STUPID choices in the past, it also helps me to RECLAIM my power. Because what it does is it makes me realize that if was ** I ** who decided to make those "bad" decisions back then, and nobody else.
Nobody else decided for me. It was me. And now it is me who can decide in different ways moving forward.
I would highly recommend listening to YWIYC first though, before the audio's you started listening to though. They are meant to be listened to after you have a basic understanding of what he's talking about.
Otherwise it's like turning on "The Matrix" movie at the point where Neo stops the bullets from flying at him, and saying "Pfffft, this movie is stupid, how can anyone stop bullets like that...what a STUPID movie."
You need to understand the context of the information.