Hot to Get Lots of Money for Anything FAST I’m often asked to write endorsements for other people’s books. Mostly I say, “Sorry, no,” but I’ll do it occasionally if it’s a friend or a favor. Joe Vitale was both.

Joe sent me a copy of the book he’d just finished helping Stuart Lichtman write. Known as Mr. Fire!, Joe is an ace copy-writer with more authored and edited books to his credit than he has names in his autoresponder. Joe wordsmithed the book—ostensibly to make Stuart and his work “user-friendly.” The real challenge with this book is to make its readers “Stuart-friendly.” You don’t read How To Get Lots of Money for Anything Fast!—you have to do it.

Here’s the endorsement I wrote:

“Not since Maxwell Maltz released the classic Psycho-Cybernetics has there been such a remarkable work on the science of mind and the physics of creativity as Stuart Lichtman and Joe Vitale’s How to Get Lots of Money for Anything Fast. And truly, ‘lots of money’ is the very least of it. If you are excited to learn a proven, positive process for creating anything you want in your life and work, this is your book. It is absolutely
brilliant!”

Brilliant it is, and not for a breezy-easy beach read (hence the above crack about readers being “Stuart-friendly”). MIT grad Lichtman is more university professor than self-help writer, and this is a text book, albeit one with a huge heart. In the area of personal growth and development, it’s truly college-level stuff. There are lots of things for you to write, exercises to do and even a fistful of Web-based audio tools to help you learn the lessons and do the processes. More than a book, indeed. (The book also comes with hundreds of pages and dollars of free bonuses, too.)

What Stuart has done that other authors I’ve studied have not is to come at the business of creating from all angles, specifically the four distinct parts of our brain that need to be in harmony in order to have our goal-setting result in goal-getting. Without this all inclusive “mind-aligning” approach, what we get, Stuart asserts, is self-sabotage.

Imagine, if you will: Your “rhythm section,” the part of the brain that speaks the language of patterns, rhythm, and sound (popularly known as the right brain), and the “words and logic brain” (sometimes called the left brain) and the emotionally fluent midbrain and the part that responds to physical stimulus (the brain stem) all focused and working together, in powerful harmony on the same goal (Lichtman calls it a “target”). Would there be any doubt of your success?

That’s the purpose and the promise of How to Get Lots of Money for Anything Fast. It’s an intensive course in how to create the habit of success.

 

 

E-book (pdf format), 233 pages;
www.greatestnetworker.com/buy/fastmoney