Why You Should Be More Like a Drug Addict

As I explain in today’s essay, you can learn a lot about wealth building and success from your average junkie. Don’t believe me? Some of these guys make as much as $900 a day. What’s your typical payday?

Also today, I explain why what you eat has a huge impact on your energy levels. Then I give you a technique I learned from one of my mentors for getting the most out of meetings. Finally, I’ve got a useful business tool you can use to figure out when to kill or continue a new product. This tool cost me millions to learn. You get it free — if you pay attention!

Later in the week, we hear from David Cross. He will tell you how he defeated a competitor who was dominating the market with cheaper products, a fraction of the operating costs, and attractive packaging. David did one thing and his sales skyrocketed. This is a trick that can apply to any business, including yours.

From Robert Ringer, we learn why throwing caution to the wind and just going for it can pay off big time. Forget about “what ifs” and embrace action.

Dr. Srikumar Rao, a new member of the ETR family, makes a compelling case for something I’ve been saying for many years: Seeking “happiness” means you will never find it. And besides, he says, it’s closer than you think.

And finally, Bob Bly warns Internet marketers worldwide of the perils of… learning too much about Internet marketing. If you have a sneaking suspicion this has something to do with my “Ready, Fire, Aim” philosophy, you’re right.

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The Relaxation Technique that Eases Stress in Seconds

You’re stuck in a boring meeting… a long line at the bank… or bumper-to-bumper traffic… Your blood pressure is rising. Your stress is through the roof…

But with one unconventional (and often misunderstood) technique, your frustration, anxiety, and stress simply slip away. You’ll feel peaceful, in control, and happy within seconds. Any time. Anywhere.

[Ed. Note: Mark Morgan Ford was the creator of Early To Rise. In 2011, Mark retired from ETR and now writes the Palm Beach Letter. His advice, in our opinion, continues to get better and better with every essay, particularly in the controversial ones we have shared today. We encourage you to read everything you can that has been written by Mark.]