My friend is writing a book on Law of Attraction (wanna help?)

Only a handful of people can be involved with this…

…but that’s fine as the ‘Law of Attraction’ may not be of interest to you at this time anyway.

If you are personally interested in the lessons passed down through the great industrialists such as:

“I am no longer cursed by poverty because I took possession of? my own mind, and that mind has yielded me every material thing I want, and much more than I need. But this power of mind is a universal one, available to the humblest person as it is to the greatest.”
Andrew Carnegie

“Whether you think you can or can’t, either way you are right.”
Henry Ford

“If you can dream it, you can do it.”
Walt Disney

…If you are interested in the application of those ideas for abundant modern lifestyle engineering…

Then here’s what’s up:

Either by email or by phone, my friend has a few questions to ask you as part of his research to write a new report (which may later become a book) on a specific new contribution to the field of Law of Attraction.

It’s an exciting project and one that I will be involved with.

If you’re interested, just reply to me now (use the contact form)¬†and let me know.

I’ll then send further details as soon as I have them.


PS. Oh one last thing…

If you do help out by answering the few questions, I’ll be able to arrange for you to receive the report or possibly even the pdf version of the book at no charge.

So if you have any interest in ‘LOA’, do hit me up by replying to this email (use the contact form) right now so I can include you on the survey contact list.

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Gavriel Shaw is a social trends writer and futurist marketer. As Founder of Success-Matrix he oversees the strategic direction of the site. If you're interested in becoming a contributing author on the site, click the guest post link in the top right corner.

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