A New Way to Program Your Mind to Attract Money, or, Why I Was Upset about a Check I Received for $125,689.58
I didn't know what it was for.
It looked real.
I wanted it to be real.
But was it?
A letter with the check began, "The enclosed check is a real check. But you can't cash it or deposit it. It's non-negotiable."
I was instantly aggravated.
Why send me a check I can't use?
Why make it look real?
Why get me excited and then dash my hopes against the rocks?
I was all set to go buy my BMW Z4 M when I realized this check, which I thought was unexpected income, was a lie.
What a dirty trick.
I went back to the letter that came with the check. I read it. Turns out the woman who sent it created a service to do what she did to me: send real-looking fake checks to people, made out for colossal amounts.
Now why would anyone want to do that?
I looked at her site and figured it out.
You send yourself an authentic looking check, made out for a huge amount, to get yourself imagining what it would feel like to actually have a real one for that amount.
It's a new way to program your mind to attract money.
I started to get it.
This is a cool way to bring to life the fourth step in my book,The Attractor Factor.
And I liked the idea so much I went to the site www.getbigcheck.com/joevitale.html and ordered a tycoon sized check for myself and a surprise big check for Nerissa.
I'm going to put mine on the wall and look at it every day.
And one day soon, I'll receive a real, cashable version of the check.
After all, it all begins in your mind.
This is a way to embed your desire in your brain's control center.
Obviously, this service could be a terrific direct mail attention-getter, as well.
Imagine sending a prospect a large, real looking check, with their name on it, and then beginning your letter to them with something like, "Note the million dollar check attached to this letter. I'm writing with a million dollar idea for you..."
Get yourself a check.
PS -- I still wonder if people who receive these checks unexpectedly will be excited or miffed. It's a little like telling them they won the lotto and then saying, "Ha! Got YOU!" I'll be curious to see how well received the checks are. But from a mental programming standpoint, I think getting a check for yourself and people you care about is a wise idea. Do it.
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