Re: An interesting story

Subject: Re: An interesting story
From: Joan Smith <jsmith -at- ENCORE -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 4 Oct 1996 14:15:48 -0400


> Attention: Contractors and Freelancers

> Here's a story you might find interesting.

> I've been freelancing and contracting off and on for nearly seven years.
> The pay is good, but I don't like the financial stress that comes with the
> down time between assignments. I have a good friend -- his name is Mike --
> who, in addition to being my doctor, is very successful in business and is
> a remarkable person. During a recent appointment in his office, he grabbed
> me by both shoulders, looked at me with that are-you-listening look he has,
> and said, "I found an incredible business opportunity. It's the best thing
> I've ever seen. You've got to look at this!"

> Before I go any further, you need to know a little more about Mike and why
> I listen to him for more than just his medical advice. I said he's
> successful, but that's like saying King Kong was just a big monkey. In
> addition to being a multi-millionaire, he's a remarkable person. Orphaned
> with seven sisters, he started his first business (a candy company) when he
> was eight years old. Since then, he has owned over 170 businesses. He is
> currently on the board of directors or the owner of 13 businesses. He has
> degrees in chemistry, biology, nutrition, psychology, theology, and
> business. He is an ordained minister, a Master Mason, a member of the
> International Toastmasters and the Jaycees, and is currently finishing a
> law degree. He has written a book and study guides for students, and is
> developing an alternative education system to increase retention while
> raising self-esteem. On top of everything else, he's married and has three
> children at home. (And you think YOU'RE busy??)

> Care to guess how old Mike is? How many years do you think it would take
> for someone to accomplish all that? Believe it or not, he's only 41.

> Now back to my story. After determining that Mike was not delirious, I
> stammered, "Well, what is it?" He asked me if I knew Kevin Trudeau. When I
> said I had never heard of the guy, Mike gave me a video tape and said,
> "Watch this -- it'll take about 45 minutes -- then call me". Considering
> Mikes' experience and business success, if he says something is incredible,
> I know it's worth checking out.

> I watched the tape, called Mike, and got involved IMMEDIATELY. It is,
> without a doubt, the best business decision I've ever made.

> Interested? Reply to kbradley -at- mindspring -dot- com for more information.

> If you get this message in time, and you happen to be in the Atlanta area,
> come to the Trudeau Opportunity Meeting at 10:00 Saturday morning, October
> 4, at the Holiday Inn on Delk Road just off I-75 (take Exit 111 to Dobbins;
> Delk veers to the right, hotel is on the right). You won't regret it.

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