Monthly Archives: August 2018

Don’t Fix a Perfect Product

Snapchat used to be my #1 social tool due to the powerful features and ability to connect with friends.

As a traveler, it made it really easy to stay in touch with people and stay updated on people. It was simply the best way for me to communicate!

In fact, I even used to sometimes ask for people’s “Snapchat” instead of their phone #’s or Facebook because I found it more convenient.

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GROSS! News Stations Are KILLING Innocent People

We all know that it’s generally not a good thing to watch the news- none of the information is actionable, and it’s 99% negative.

What if I told you that by watching the news, you’re actually contributing to the deaths of countless innocent victims?

Unfortunately, this is the truth. Let me explain this (you can also see my video by clicking HERE):

It has been scientifically proven that when a suicide story gets published, suicide rates spike in the next week.

The reason for this is because people that are feeling “in the dumps” hear about other people kill themselves, and so they then see it as a means for attention or at the very least something they too can do.

This is completely unconscious. For example, kids often mimic their parents behaviors- the same is true for adults, except we don’t realize it.

The way  news companies make money is by selling advertisements (commercials).

If you watch news stories, these companies are essentially getting paid to release more negative stories about suicides, murders, and shootings.

This in turn pushes other people “over the edge.” When a story about a shooting gets spread, the likelihood of another shooting happening in the next month spikes.

Therefore by watching the news, you’re actually subtly contributing to the deaths of countless innocent victims. Isn’t that crazy?

Now this may sound extreme, so I’ll say that obviously you’re only contributing maybe .01% or less to the copycat violence.

In order to stop the spread of negative content (which remember in turn promotes the likelihood of more violence), we need to completely cut it out of our lives. As strange as it may sound, only absorbing “positive” content will actually bring about positive change in the world.

I don’t know about you, but I want the best for humanity- therefore I will not watch the news, or any of the negative BS that can be found online.

By watching it, I draw more attention to violence, which in turn creates more violence.

Stop fighting violence, and start attracting love. Turn off the news and go do something positive for a change!

I’ve also got a video on this subject. You can click HERE to watch it.

What are your thoughts on this? Let me know!

-Michael

LIAR! Stop Justifying Poverty- Everyone Wants To Be Rich AF

Those that are unwilling and/or unable to learn to create wealth will often indulge themselves in the act of excuse-making, such as “money doesn’t buy happiness, oh I just want a simple life,” so on and so forth.

You know what I say? B – U – L – L – S – H – I – whoops.

Everyone wants to be rich AF, so why are you kidding yourself?

Cut the excuses. Warning: in my new video, I drop some intense truth.

Perhaps the worst excuse I hear is “Money won’t buy happiness.” Really?

I’ve gone through periods of having money, and periods of not having money. Let me tell you this, having money was a hell of a lot more fun than not having it.

Money doesn’t guarantee complete fulfillment, but poverty guarantees misery.

Have you or a family member ever been extremely sick, and needed an expensive medical treatment? I bet it’s not too fun to deal with when you’re only making $1,000 per month.

I was actually in that position a couple years ago. Not being able to get medical treatment ‘cuz you don’t have the money is.. just a bit… painful to say the least (ENRAGING AF).

Cut the shit. I’m coming at you real here: it is immoral to not live up to your true potential so you can take care of those around you.

What are you waiting for? Watch my new video by clicking HERE now.

I shall warn you that it’s the equivalent of hoping into a lake at -2 weather, but for those that are open to the truth, they shall find massive benefit.

Good day!

-Michael

Relationships Should Improve Over Time

The masses expect that the passion will “go away” after a few months or even a year.

I’ve not found that to be the case, and in fact I find the opposite to be true- you and your partner should continue to grow, becoming closer & closer every single day!

The problem is that the masses are willing to settle for anything that isn’t terrible, so they end up trying to force a relationship with someone they’re not truly “all in” for.

For more of my thoughts on this, click HERE to watch my new video.

-Michael