How to Become A Money Magnet and Attract Wealth Effortlessly


Would you like to know the secret to becoming a money magnet? A “money magnet” is my term for someone who just attracts money and opportunity easily and effortlessly. Yes, this type of person exists. No matter where they go or what they do, they seem to have this mystical ability to pull cash out of thin air.Theres nothing mystical about this. All money magnets share very similar traits, and if you model yourself on these traits you can become a money magnet yourself. Here are the common traits:

Trait #1: Be open to the idea of receiving money. I know this sounds overly simplistic, but it is the foundation of how to attract wealth effortlessly. People can have some very limiting ideas about money buried in the subconscious, and you are going to have to clean out some of that accumulated “mental junk” before you can magnetize yourself to cash.

Try this: Take out a sheet of paper and write down the following statement:

“If I was very rich, I would have to_______. And then write down Making Money is_____. And then fill in the blanks. Then do it again. And again.

Just keep writing whatever comes to mind. Make note of any negative statements that you write. You will have to tackle these negative statements before you can truly magnetize yourself to wealth. I will give some suggestions on how to tackle these negatives later in the article.

Trait #2: Keep a positive attitude. Not just towards the idea of making money, but try to stay upbeat and positive in general. Successful money magnets are positive even in the face of adversity. This is actually a very practical consideration: much of the money and opportunity that you will attract will come through other people. And people like to be around and please positive people (some call this the Mona Lisa effect. No one can resist a smile).

Trait #3: Have faith that money is on its way. This is not a blind faith (see the next trait), but a type of active certainty. Essentially this requires you to set aside some of the “wealth worries” that can dominate your thinking. This trait is also practical: If you are spending all your time wondering where your next paycheck is coming from, you will miss opportunities when they present themselves.

Trait #4: Have the courage to take action. This is simple: When you see what looks like a good opportunity, go forward and take action.

Trait #5: Foster your creativity. Some of the greatest money magnets in history have also been the most creative. These are the people who come up with the million dollar ideas. Granted, if you are in a mental state where you just cannot see yourself taking any of these steps to become a money magnet, you may need a bit of help in repatterning your mind. This is especially true if your subconscious is full of negative ideas about money and you find that money stress is “eating you alive”. Fortunately for you, “re-patterning yourself” to become a money magnet happens to be as easy as pushing a button. The trick is to press the right button.


Parenting: Not for the Weak


Parenting isn’t easy… that’s why sayings such as, ‘it takes a village to raise a child,’ came about. Have you ever heard a non-parent complain because a Mother took time off of work to be with her sick child? As if it were actually an enjoyable experience to deal with a screaming feverish baby or a floor-puking toddler? Non-parents don’t understand what it’s like to be a parent.

New Mothers are lucky if they get two hours of sleep in between nursing, have to comfort a screaming, unappreciative baby who seems upset with everything 24/7, and heal from giving child birth. Along with that comes trying to take a shower at hyper speed, not being able to poop in a toilet alone, and fighting the annoyance that their husband expects sex every night, much less a clean house and laundry that’s put away.

The eye-opening part comes when parents start to realize that being a parent never actually gets much easier… sure once your child is 2-4 years old they begin being much more independent, can communicate their needs and dress themselves but with that comes temper tantrums, a strong/stubborn opinion which often contradicts your own, and destruction of your home at an all-new level (think crayon mural on your walls, play dough in your carpet, and glitter EVERYWHERE).

As they near the tween age they become slightly less destructive and tone it down to just messy. Glasses with milk and straws left around, five pairs of shoes in front of the door, you get the idea. The temper tantrums turn into teen-like attitudes where they feel the need to argue with everything you say, roll their eyes, and think they’re right about everything because clearly they know everything.

I remember being like this with my parents, don’t you? It’s funny how much we understand and feel sorry for our parents for the things we’re now experiencing as parents. I have apologized a dozen times for my teenage years.

So, yes, parenting isn’t easy. It isn’t always glorious but it has its rewards. I love my daughter more than anyone and every day she makes me laugh. Every time we look at each other I see a piece of myself and notice quirks that she gets from me. I’m continually proud of her accomplishments. She is worth every dollar I spend, every deep breath I take to keep calm, and every effort I make to be a good Mom.

Parenting is rewarding because it’s difficult. Because you aren’t given a manual, you have to figure it out on your own and you feel joy when things are going well. It’s worth it because that little creature you made will be your friend in life, a source of excitement as you watch them live, and a comfort when they stop you dead in your tracks and say, “I love you.”

When you feel tired, frustrated, and anxious, remember why you wanted to be a parent in the first place. You are sharing your life with a person you created. You have a privilege that not every human is even able to have. You’ve been given a gift so find ways to enjoy it. You are strong because parenting is not for the weak and yet here you stand, doing it!


4 Physique Types – Swimmers Body, Dancers Body, Gymnasts Body and Runners Body


When someone thinks of their dream body type, they often use popular sports physique types to describe it. It isn’t uncommon to hear someone compare a mans build to that of a linebacker, or a womans build to that of a dancer. I am going to discuss in detail four types of athletic physiques.

The Swimmers Body: Look no further than record breaking Olympic Gold Medalist – Michael Phelps to find the picture perfect description of a swimmers body (for a man of course). His torso is lean and tone, with well defined (but not bulky) muscles. For men, the swimmer’s body type has broad shoulders, a medium to long torso and a flat as a board abdomen. What sets apart the swimmers body from other athletic types is the noticeable lean-ness of their physique and broadness of their shoulders. There long bodies combined with great posture makes for a regal effect. Ironically enough, a swimmers body type for women is a bit different. They too have well defined muscles, but because it shows mostly in their shoulders, triceps and biceps – it can come across as a little too broad or bulky. But trust there is nothing bulky about the female swimmers body – like most women athletes, the training of a swimmer leads to muscle development that the average woman never experiences.

The Gymnast’s Body: It’s usually easy to spot the trained gymnast – just look for the person that’s usually short in height, with long muscular legs and a short torso. Though male gymnasts are taller than female gymnasts (of course), generally speaking – gymnasts tend to be shorter than the average. Their strength is in their legs and upper body, so bulky muscular thighs, calves, biceps and triceps are not uncommon. This becomes even more noticeable in female gymnasts.Taller gymnasts, particularly female gymnasts tend to have leaner muscle definition. Most female gymnasts also have boxy hips and shoulders.

The Dancer’s Body: The dancer’s body type can be identified by defined calves and thighs, a long or straight torso (often emphasized by great posture) and lean muscular arms. In men, the waist line tends to be thinner and in women, the back/lower back is noticeably toned. Now this is just a general description – there are so many types of dance that bring strength and definition to different muscles in the body. For example, someone trained in ballet will have a taller and leaner looking physique, whereas someone trained in tap will have more definition in their lower legs.

The Track Runner’s Body: The sprinter track athlete’s body type is hands down the most muscular of them all and this goes for both men and women. This changes for long distance runners. Track athletes who run in cross country events have a leaner and longer muscle. The sprinter’s body type is what comes to the mind of most people when they think of a track athlete. Their muscles in their legs are extremely well defined, from the calves, to the quads and including the glutes. Theirs is a body type built for speed.


There is No Gain Without Pain


No gain without pain. The proverb really means that we cannot achieve real success in any field without great effort and sacrifice from our end. Prima facie, it may seem contradictory, for there are people who have gained wealth without any pain whatsoever. When we take the case of the son of a millionaire, we know how he has come to inherit great fortune without any headache. But we can realize these are rare cases of luck, just like a man winning a lottery; which need not be counted on. For us it remains naked truth that success can be won only at the cost of hard work and ceaseless labor.

No pain, No gain. This is particularly true in the case of education. Students, who really aspire great success and scholarships, have to work hard. There is no royal road to learning. A scholar is not born;’ but made through hard work and perseverance. A student can never become a scholar unless and until he works hard, gives cent percent concentration on his books and studies. The story is also true in your professional life. If you start a business, at first you have to suffer loss. This is what the Pain is mean.

Once you suffer the pain, there is following the reward in form of Gain. So in all phase of life we have to accept this. No pain, no gain is certainly true for all the different aspects of life. It is also true in character-building. No one is naturally very good. A good and noble character is the result of constant sacrifice, patience, effort and struggle. It requires ceaseless effort to form good habits and to resist temptation, evil companions, bad books and vulgar films. Finally we have to accept that nothing can be achieved without real effort.


What Causes Anger?


Anger is a strong emotion of displeasure caused by some type of grievance that is either real or perceived to be real by a person. The cognitive behavior theory attributes anger to several factors such as past experiences, behavior learned from others, genetic predispositions, and a lack of problem-solving ability. To put it more simply, anger is caused by a combination of two factors: an irrational perception of reality (“It has to be done my way”) and a low frustration point (“It’s my way or no way”). Anger is an internal reaction that is perceived to have a external cause. Angry people almost always blame their reactions on some person or some event, but rarely do they realize that the reason they are angry is because of their irrational perception of the world. Angry people have a certain perception and expectation of the world that they live in and when that reality does not meet their expectation of it, then they become angry.

It is important to understand that not all anger is unhealthy. Anger is one of our most primitive defense mechanisms that protects and motivates us from being dominated or manipulated by others. It gives us the added strength, courage, and motivation needed to combat injustice done against us or to others that we love. However, if anger is left uncontrolled and free to take over the mind and body at any time, then anger becomes destructive.

Why We Need to Control Anger

Just like a person who is under the control of a street drug—a person under the influence of anger cannot rationalize, comprehend, or make good decisions because anger distorts logical reasoning into blind emotion. You become unable to think clearly and your emotions take control of your actions. Physiologically speaking, anger enacts the fight or flight response in our brain, which increases our blood pressure and releases adrenaline into our bloodstream, thereby increasing our strength and pain threshold. Anger makes us think of only two things: (1) Defend, or (2) Attack. Neither of these options facilitates a good negotiation.

Internal Sources of Anger

Our internal sources of anger come from our irrational perceptions of reality. Psychologists have identified four types of thinking that contribute to anger.

1. Emotional reasoning. People who reason emotionally misinterpret normal events and things that other people say as being directly threatening to their needs and goals. People who use emotional reasoning tend to become irritated at something innocent that other people tell them because they perceive it as an attack on themselves. Emotional reasoning can lead to dysfunctional anger in the long run.

2. Low frustration tolerance. All of us at some point have experienced a time where our tolerance for frustration was low. Often stress-related anxiety lowers our tolerance for frustration and we begin to perceive normal things as threats to our well-being or threats to our ego.

3. Unreasonable expectations. When people make demands, they see things as how they should be and not as they really are. This lowers their frustration tolerance because people who have unreasonable expectations expect others to act a certain way, or for uncontrollable events to behave in a predictable manner. When these things do not go their way, then anger, frustration, and eventually depression set in.

4. People-rating. People-rating is an anger-causing type of thinking where the person applies a derogatory label on someone else. By rating someone as a “bitch” or a “bastard,” it dehumanizes them and makes it easier for them to become angry at the person.

External Sources Of Anger

There are a hundreds of internal and external events that can make us angry, but given the parameters of a negotiating situation, we can narrow these factors down to four general events.

1. The person makes personal attacks against us. The other side attacks you along with the problem in the form of verbal abuse.

2. The person attacks our ideas. The other side chops down our ideas, opinions, and options.

3. The person threatens our needs. The person threatens to take away a basic need of ours if they do not get their way i.e. “I’ll make sure you’ll never work in this city again.”

4. We get frustrated. Our tolerance level for getting things done might be low or affected by any number of environmental factors in our lives.

Factors That Lower Our Frustration Tolerance

1. Stress / Anxiety. When our stress-level increases, our tolerance for frustration decreases. This is why there are so many domestic disputes and divorces over financial problems.

2. Pain. Physical and emotional pain lowers our frustration tolerance. This is because we are so focused on taking care of our survival needs, that we do not have time for anything or anyone else.

3. Drugs / Alcohol. Drugs and alcohol affect how our brain processes information and can make a person more irritable or bring forward repressed emotions or memories that can trigger anger.

4. Recent irritations. Recent irritations can also be called “having a bad day.” It’s the little irritations that add up during the course of the day that lower our tolerance for frustration. Recent irritations can be: stepping in a puddle, spilling coffee on your shirt, being late for work, being stuck in a traffic jam, having a flat tire.

Recognizing the Physiological Signs of Anger

By recognizing the physiological signs of anger, we can attune ourselves to know when it is time to take measures to make sure that our level of anger does not get out of control. Here are some symptoms of anger:

1. Unconscious tensing of muscles, especially in the face and neck.

2. Teeth grinding

3. Breathing rate increases dramatically

4. Face turns red and veins start to become visible due to an increase in blood pressure

5. Face turns pale

6. Sweating

7. Feeling hot or cold

8. Shaking in the hands

9. Goosebumps

10. Heart rate increases

11. Adrenaline is released into your system creating a surge of power.

Am I Right to be Angry?

Damn right you are. You have your own perception and expectation of the world that you live in and when the reality that you live in fails to meet your expectations, then yes you have the right to be angry. Afterall, if everyone thought alike, then the world would be a pretty dull place to live. You are going to run into situations that you don’t enjoy. You are going to run into people who don’t respect your views and ideas. The feeling of anger is totally justified according to your beliefs and so don’t repress or deny those feelings.

Having to right to feel angry does not mean that you have the right to lash out in anger by attacking the other person. You can’t change the views of other people to conform to your own because, like you, they have their own right to uphold their view of the world. The best thing you can do is recognize your anger and focus it on the problem instead of your counterpart.

Key Points

Being angry or frustrated is just like being under the influence of a drug. It prevents you from rationalizing and thinking logically.

Anger is caused by a combination of an irrational perception of reality and a low frustration point.

Anger is a natural response and you have every right to be angry, but you must learn to keep that anger in check during a negotiation because once you react in any negotiation, then you lose the agreement.


Climbing Roses Information


The completeness of the rose garden can be attained if it has climbing roses that are included in that blend of species. Climbing roses cannot be considered as true vines though it has lot of purpose depending on how it grows. It is also known as ramblers, pillars, ever blooming roses and trailing roses. Though roses can’t hold on its support structure to clutch on to the surfaces, it is considered as perfect embellishment that gives elegance in numerous porticos, railings and different formations that can be found in different garden.

An extra care for your roses is needed due to the fact that it doesn’t have the competencies to cling on to the structures akin to vines. Cultivators can append string unto the structure so that they could protect the plants from hitting accidentally. Climbing roses usually grow in different structures such as arbors, trellis’ pillars, sheds, or in different structures that are huge and solid. For the roses to become blooming, it is trained to cultivate horizontally more willingly than vertically. It is said that when the roses are vertically trained, it will then produce short stimulate which produces blooms. Compared with any other varieties of rose plants, climbing roses have its own unique ways to grow. It requires 6 to 7 hours direct sunlight per day even if some of the climbing roses that perform well in the shaded part require 4 to 5 hours of direct sunlight a day.

Taking into consideration of the length and height of these species of roses is essential if you are planning to put climbing roses in your garden. Some of them grow up to 30 ft in height while others can grow up to 7 ft in height. Make sure that there is enough space for the plants to grow and it perfectly suits the style of your garden. One more thing to consider is the climate in your region because it also affects the height of your roses. There are lots and varieties of climbing roses that are considered ever bloomers that blooms during the growing period. While other considered as spring bloomers that blooms only during spring time.

Climbing roses can be trimmed quite some time and that is its difference with the other species of roses. In its first two years it is not advisable to trim this plant, because it has a tendency to generate fewer blooms if it is regularly trimmed. The trimming should then take place three to four years. Eliminating of the undersized canes or less strong canes at its base is a must. Training strong and young canes to turn into long and bendable plants will be very easy for the owner at an earlier stage.

The main key to have strong and blooming climbing roses is for you to be patient. It may take some time to institute and start blooming the moment it is planted but when it is fully established, the colors and fragrance it brought is truly mesmerizing.


Exquisite Jewellery of Solihull – The History


Most sources quote the company manufactured jewellery from the sixties to the seventies. However this is untrue. Exquisite jewellery was produced by the company called W A P Watson Ltd. here is the companies time line:

1909 to 1914 – Walter Archibald Parker Watson had a small factory in Hockley Hill, Birmingham manufacturing chains and then gilt jewellery.

1914 W A P Watson sold his company to Augustus Harry Power and Clarence Oswald Flint. They kept the name and subsequently became W A P Watson LTD

1914 to 1934 Following the First World War, Messrs Power and Flint became skilled in producing costume jewellery. The original number of employees was 6 and it was during this time the range of jewellery was named Exquisite.

1934 The company with its 125 employees moved to Hampton Street in the Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. They also had premises in Mary Street. Now not only producing jewellery but also crested souvenirs.

1937 to 1954 W A P Watson ceased manufacturing jewellery during the Second World War but concentrated on helping the war effort. Following the war, Exquisite jewellery and the souvenirs production continued. But with increased demand and the confined space available in the Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, the Powers looked for larger premises. Augustus son’s Wallis and Jack had now become the managing directors

1954 to 1977 The company moved in 1954 to Vulcan Road Solihull. Expanded and introduced the Mirella trade name of gold plated picture frames, mirrors, pens and small pill boxes. The name Mirella came from one of their employees. Crystal was introduced into their product manufacturing. At their peak the company produced 20,000 pieces of jewellery under the Exquisite name. Famous for their Birthday and Scottish range – beautifully hand enameled brooches, necklaces and earrings.

1977 The Exquisite Jewellery range was stopped due to the competition of the high import of cheaper jewellery from the East. However the crested souvenir range was expanding as more people were able to take holidays in the UK and abroad. Spoons, bells, letter openers, thimbles were available in all the tourist gift shops across the UK

1977 to 1989 The company had to reduce employees as they struggled to survive the recession and competition. They produced new ranges of Collector’ Keepsakes – thimbles, letter openers and bells. Also leather goods under the name of Manor Leather craft.

1989 to 2000 The Crystal Flame range of silver and gilt animals with a crystal became popular and eventually developed into the Tudor Mint range. The popular Myths and Magic range of medieval figures and characters took off and still is very collectible today

2000 onward The Solihull factory closed in the early 2000’s as the company moved to the USA to expand the Tudor Mint range. In 2007 the company sold this to the Xystos group but still retains a holding company of The Watson Group Limited in Shirley Solihull.

W A P Watson left a large amount of collectible and beautiful jewellery. Many ranges are available and matching pieces.


How Local Should Your Real Estate Agent Be?


We recently closed escrow on a home in the city of Buckeye that we helped a first-time buyer secure. They kindly sent a note thanking us for helping to make the experience as smooth as possible. They also stated how glad they were to have stuck with us, even as friend and colleagues were pressuring them to use a “local” agent. (We are based in Cave Creek, AZ) It got me to thinking “Is that a valid concern?”

As with many things in life, it depends. Information is so freely available in this hi-tech era, that it is relatively easy to garner information. In a previous life, when I lived in Los Angeles, it was not unusual to sell homes as far apart as Marina Del Rey to the west and back to Pasadena or Glendale to the east. In fact, I even sold one home that belonged to a friend in Palm Springs, some hundred miles away. Although some agents choose to concentrate on one particular area, it is not unusual for denizens of large metropolitan areas, such as Phoenix, to spread their wings a little. We have sold homes in areas as far north as Cave Creek and Anthem (and a vacant lot in Black Canyon City) to the home in Buckeye to the west, and houses in Gilbert and Mesa to the East. The only difference between Phoenix and Los Angeles is the commute time. From Cave Creek to Buckeye, a 70 mile trip, takes about an hour and a quarter. A journey of similar distance in L.A. would most likely take tow or more hours.

The other important aspect in selecting my wife and I, is that we are very experienced agents. Between us, we have 25 years experience and therefore have run across, and solved, most problems you are likely to encounter in a transaction. We are experienced negotiators. We have many contacts. For example, we are currently representing a buyer on a home in Tonto Hills that has a private water company. A week before closing, the lender required a lot more information on the capabilities of that company. That info can only be obtained from the Arizona Dept. of Environmental Quality and would take 10 days to access. We got that information the very next business day.

So the question becomes. Are you better off with a “newbie” who lives in Buckeye, or an experienced pro who is willing to undertake a 140 mile round trip to show you properties? How about the Buckeye “pro” who was selling homes for $265K three years ago? The exact same home that you just bought today for $110K. How helpful was their advice back then? And before you ask, we deterred many of our clients who did not need to buy over the last few years, soon-to-be-retireds, for example. There is much more to life than money.

Finally, any business depends upon referrals as its lifeblood, none more than real estate. That is why we are always willing to go the extra mile, literally, to satisfy our clients.


The Number One Mistake Made By Internet Marketing Newbies (Shiny Object Syndrome)


The number one mistake made by new internet marketers is called the shiny object syndrome.

SOS is the habit of moving from one money-making product or method to another in search of those elusive push button riches. A new marketer will implement their plan. Work it briefly, not see any measurable results and move on to the next shiny object without giving the former enough time to produce any measurable results.

It is the tendency for someone to get distracted by new thoughts and ideas, their own and others, and never focus or complete anything. You’re in a state of constant distraction continually losing yourself in imagination and dreaming, instead of seeing the bigger picture and getting things done.

The entire Internet Marketing system is designed to keep you buying product after product. The deck is stacked against you. This is how the gurus make their money. They need you to keep buying their products. It’s how they make their living.

Do you have to use a spreadsheet to keep track of all the products you’ve purchased? Which one of those was going to be the last one? Look in a mirror friend. You have shiny object syndrome and if you don’t eliminate it you won’t reach the level of online success you want.

3 ways to eliminate it.


Get rid of the clutter. What counts is your plan of action. Unsubscribe from every email list you are on. Do not go on the social media sites unless it is to market your business. Stop sitting in your Lazy Boy watching webinars and Google hangouts. These people are marketing shiny objects and they are a distraction from your real goals.


Education is a good thing but sooner or later you have to take what you know and take action. You don’t need anymore courses that show you have to make money. You need to implement your plan now. Create your blog or kick off that Facebook ad campaign. Start building your email list by taking out a solo ad. Learn as you go.

Give it time. You need to produce results that you can measure. They may be good results and they may be poor. You won’t know unless you give yourself enough time.


Who is holding you accountable? You’re not. Find the list of goals you wrote down a year ago. Why haven’t you achieved any of them? Quit reading self-help books and listening to motivational cds. Have they helped yet? What you need is hands on guidance from someone already successful in this business. Get an accountability coach.

There are lots of people out there that offer this service. Most offer their coaching for free. They know that helping you become successful online will be profitable for them later. Networking is the key to this business.