How to get back what Wall Street stole

Did you think that the American Dream was dead? By the time you finish this article you will have changed your mind.

Now here is a way to recover some of the money you lost in the market.

If you want to sell millions upon thousands of books and make a million dollars, read on…

This is how it’s done, straight from the mouth of someone who made it…

I have been an entrepreneur for as long as I can remember. I grew up in a little place called Chardon, Ohio. That’s just outside of Cleveland.

As a child, probably 8,10 years old, he sold seeds door to door. He wanted that set of walkie-talkies as a kid and if you sold enough seeds, you got a pair of walkie-talkies.

I saw a space advertisement on the back cover of a comic book. You see them all the time selling greeting cards or selling seeds. I lived in a farming community so I thought it would be nice to do it and sure enough it was a great…

When I ordered the little kit, it came with a release. I simply walked over and with a cold knock on the door I gave my speech.

I got those walkie-talkies and my friends and played army men with midnight missions on our walkie-talkies and had a blast. My career as an entrepreneur was established from that moment. A space announcement had changed my life.

I used to see those ads in The Charles Atlas and Mike Marvel comics. They really motivated me and when I got a little older, I saw the ad in ’78, I guess it was Joe Karbo, The Lazy Man’s Way To Riches, and I said that’s for me! That’s just what I wanted to do.

Today I consider myself the most important type of space advertising in the world. I went through a couple hundred old comics and copied all those space ads.

I took space commercials very seriously when I was 12 years old. My dad was an engineer. He traveled all over the world and one summer he took us to Aruba. I didn’t know anyone there and I had a stack of comics that I bought at a local pharmacy there in Oranjestad in Aruba and I stayed in my room and read these comics.

Once again, I was very moved by these space announcements. I liked the psychology that the editors were using to get to the center of my soul.

They knew this was exactly what I wanted. I was amazed because they seemed to understand me very well. They never met me and I wonder how the hell these guys do this and understand me so well and know exactly what I want, when I want it, to the point where I wanted it.

I don’t think intellectually I fully understood it at the time. It wasn’t until the ’70s that I got the Karbo stuff, that’s when my desire to be able to write like that and sell stuff really started to unfold.

I first saw Karbo’s ad in a magazine called Free Enterprise, a great magazine that doesn’t exist anymore, but was one of the top opportunity magazines at the time. They were simply loaded with opportunities. This was one of them.

So, I ordered your book. After I got the book, I devoured it.

I really liked the first part of the book on the subject of attitude because I’m kind of a spiritual guy to begin with. I like psychology and in a way I understood that inherent. It really didn’t have to be sold on that part of the book. I was reading Think and Grow Rich and all the self help books, the Dale Carnegie stuff before I found Karbo. So, that was a natural thing for it. It just entered my psyche.

After reading that book, I launched my first direct mail project. The rest, as they say, is history.