Behold, Here Comes The Dreamer!

This blog is a little lengthy but if you will bear with me I truly believe that it holds a lot of value for you…

 

Behold, here comes the dreamer!

 

That line is taken from a bible story about Joseph and it was his brothers who made the statement. ( out of Jealousy ) My friend Paul was talking about this on our Think And Grow Rich morning mastermind call.

 

I just got back from the gym where I was doing a cardio for my body and exercising my mind with the call…sometimes multitasking is a good thing J And I am so pumped up. My vibrations are at very high level.

 

Now I am a dreamer myself and I think that’s a good thing for without a dream you might as well be a vegetable as Burt Munro would tell Tommy, the young boy in the movie, The Worlds Fastest Indian. And it was here in this very scene he told him….

 

 

By the way, if you haven’t seen the movie you owe it to yourself. It’s not a new release by any means but definitely one of inspiration. And a true story to boot!

 

Speaking of inspiration, my friend Paul has been inspiring me for around two years now.

 

He has quite a story ( many stories actually ) to tell, much too long for this blog but should you decide to tune in to our calls you will hear them for yourself.

 

You see Paul started this call off about three years ago I believe with only one other person because the book Think & Grow Rich changed his life. Because of the results he got and the dream within him he determined to study the book with other likeminded individuals indefinitely.

 

The call has grown from the humble beginning to around 500 people live now with who knows how many listening to the replay.

 

Paul inspires me for a number of reasons. One is the fact that he was persistent and never gave up. Another reason is what he has accomplished in his time. He is debt free at 30 and gets to spend quality time with his family but the best thing is he gets to teach his kids all the valuable lessons he has learned since discovering this book. Imagine what kind of impression that will make on a young mind!!

 

I am now twice his age and when I was 30 I didn’t have a clue. I didn’t have a dream. I was wandering aimlessly waiting for the next party or good time. I won’t go on and bore you with the ugly details because that’s the past and I can’t change it.

 

What I can do is look to the exciting future that awaits me since the book and the call that Paul does changed me. With the dream I have and being free from a J.O.B.

 

You see I plan on living to at least 100. ( I plan on riding a motorcycle for at least another 25 years ) so that’s another 40 years. Now that might seem like a long time but it’s not….the first 60 went so quickly.

 

But the difference is that the next 40 I have a vision, a dream and the burning desire and persistence to carry them out and help as many people as I can who want to join me.

 

Getting back to the movie one more time, Burt Munro was around my age when he broke world speed records that would not be touched for the next two to three decades and with a bad heart on top of that. So imagine what I can do now with a dream, a burning desire, and the persistence to carry it out. And YOU my friend can too!!

 

Today I offer you a gift if you have the insight to take it…..It is a invitation to join me on the call. Now you might not think that I’m offering much but to me I am offering you pure gold.

 

Why??? Because I have been on the call long enough to see people’s lives transform in as little as 3 to 4 months, sometimes faster than that. Did mine happen that quick? No, it took me near 2 years, it’s different for everyone but if you will come with an open mind, truly desiring change, it will happen. 

 

So here is my gift to you.

 

I challenge you to get on the call for at least 90 days. Don’t just get on for a day and make a quick judgment even if you think that this is just hokie stuff and “certainly not for me”.

 

I DARE you to get on the call and see what it could do for you.

 

The call is Monday-Friday from 9:00 to 10:00 EST

 

712-432-0900 - Access Code: 565762#


 

And if you miss it live you can hear the replay for the next 24 hours at

 

712-432-0990 Same access code

 

Let me ask you a question, do have someone who inspires you? If not come listen to my friend Paul who has gained wisdom beyond his years here on this earth.

 

And if you take my advice and this gift I offer you and you get value from the call I would love it if you would leave me a comment on my FB fan page. That’s my reward :)

 

To your ongoing success and abundance my friend!

 

And Happy St. Patricks Day


Rick and Paul

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http://www.facebook.com/rickburnett.jedibiker

 

 

I have been on the Think and Grow Rich call almost every morning for the past 2 years.  I have heard Paul talk about his dreams and with them materialize.  His dreams havae been such an inspiration, not only to me, but the the hundreds that listen to this call every weekday morning.

I challenge you to listen to this call for one week and you will finding yourself listing to it every weekday from then on

Thank you Paul for your inspiration the time you take to help others, not only have dreams but to make them come true.

Love & Light...

                                    Bill and Paul
                                   585-271-3767

                       Open the door to your dreams!

 

What Is End Of Support For Windows XP?

After April 8, 2014, your XP computer will no longer receive automatic updates that help protect your personal information. Even if you have anti-virus software, your computer will still not be fully secure.

Why Is Windows XP Support Ending?

Windows XP is 12 years old. It’s typical to end service for software as it gets older and technology evolves. Most of us have replaced cell phones and even our cars over the last 12 years – now it’s time to replace your Windows XP computer with a new PC. Or you can check to see if your Windows XP computer can run the new Windows

What Does This Means For You?

If you continue to use Windows XP after support ends, your computer should still work, but it will become five times more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. And as more software and hardware manufacturers continue to optimize for more recent versions of Windows, a greater number of programs and devices like cameras and printers won’t work with Windows XP.

It means you should take action.and migrate to a current supported operating system – such as Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 – so you can receive regular security updates to protect their computer from malicious attacks.

This information is CRUCIAL if you are using Windows XP for your business. 

If you feel this information is helpful to you, please comment below and share this information with your friends and business partners.

Open The Door To Financial Freedom

                                Bill Winch
                             585-271-3767

In Lowest of Moments, Mannings Character tested...

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – This was after Peyton Manning approached his offensive line on the opening snap of the Super Bowl, trying to scream a change in cadence only to have the din of MetLife Stadium make his voice mute. "No one could hear me," he said. Soon, the unexpectedly snapped ball was zipping by his ear en route to a safety for Seattle, the quickest score in Super Bowl history.

This was after Manning threw two interceptions, including a crushing 69-yard pick-six, after he missed reads and overthrew open receivers, after he'd been pushed out of his comfort zone by a brilliant, brutish Seahawks defense. "An excellent defense," he said.

This was after he trudged off the field, the scoreboard above reading "Seattle 43, Denver 8," one of the worst and certainly most painful losses of his long career. "It's not an easy pill to swallow," he said.

This was after Manning dressed quickly in a silent, emotionless, beaten-down Broncos locker room, after his dad Archie and brother Cooper waited outside. "That's football. It's why I hate football," Archie said with gallows humor.

Peyton received a compassionate pat on the back from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, after he huddled with his wife Ashley and a couple friends, after he received a couple of supportive words from John Elway.

Payton walked slowly, hands in the pockets of his blue suit, headed down toward the interview area, escorted by police. After a reporter from a Mexican TV station tripped over his luggage – pulled by a Broncos employee tailing the quarterback – and wiped out on the floor in a failed, ill-advised interview chase.

After he arrived to find a throng of cameras and microphones 15 deep around podium No. 2, after he gave praise to the Seahawks, took blame himself – and even handled, without losing his cool, a question about whether he'd been "embarrassed" out there.

"It's not embarrassing at all," Manning said. "I would not use that word. There's a bunch of professional football players in that Denver locker room who put in a lot of hard work to play in that game."

This was after all of that, after the developments and aftermath of a night Peyton Manning – the great Peyton Manning – had been so profoundly ordinary and the Denver offense with its 37.9 points per game in the regular season, the 55 touchdown passes, was nearly shut out. After the Broncos' dream season, the one Manning came back from neck surgery to engineer, collapsed in spectacular fashion.

It was then that Manning, walking down a hallway back toward the locker room, still surrounded by cops, still followed by a guy dragging his bag, still trying to just find some peace and quiet and to the mourning process that comes from losing the big game in a big way.

It was then that Peyton Manning heard the very respectful voice of Steve Lopez, a beer vendor from the Bronx.

"Mr. Manning, could I please get an autograph?" the 25-year-old asked.

Manning's head turned and looked Lopez in the eye. These were the opposite ends of the NFL food chain – megastar multimillionaire and a guy hawking Bud Lights in the stands. The wave of the crowd was pushing Manning forward, but he locked in on Lopez.

"Not now," Manning said, "but when I come back this way I will."

Look, everyone has heard the stories of Peyton Manning being a good guy, a regular guy, or at least as good and regular as you can be when you are this rich and famous and successful. Everyone's read and heard the saccharine tributes to him, so much so that it's become trendy to root against him in a way, to celebrate his comeuppance, to laugh at the way his face contorts in certain ways when he's frustrated.

Someone asked that "embarrassed" question with a hint of enjoyment, after all.Everyone understands, or should understand, that so many NFL players are humble and appreciative and respectful as Manning is – that he is one of many.

At some point, though, at some level, what really matters about a man is how he treats people who hold no leverage over him, let alone how he treats those people in moments of tumult when it would be quite understandable if he just ignored the request.

How many times through the years had Peyton Manning signed for people, stopped for photos for people, been gracious to people. Now? Here? In the harried moments after this painful and thorough loss, after a chance at a championship was lost and might never come again, in the cramped walkways of a football stadium – not some charity meet-and-greet – isn't he allowed to be, well, selfishly human?

Manning didn't think so. He didn't ignore Steve Lopez. He didn't ignore, later after he did return from that locker room, others who made the same request. Here was Cheyenne Wiseman, asking if he could sign a T-shirt. Here was Michael Wiseman of Philadelphia, looking for an autograph for his 10-year-old son, Alex.

After everything that happened, Peyton Manning kept stopping in the MetLife hallway and honoring requests for his time, no matter how fresh the wound, no matter how pronounced the pressure, no matter how desperately he just wanted to get on the bus, assume his customary place up front and get the hell out of Jersey.

"The respect he always has for the fans, that's why I like him," Lopez said. "That's why I asked, that's his reputation. I like the way he keeps his emotions out of the public."

No, he isn't the only player who would've told Steve Lopez to wait. He isn't the only player who would sign. He isn't the only one who knows how great he has it, even when things aren't so great.

Yet after this game of all games, Peyton Manning was somehow no different than before.

"You know, he's got the reputation for being a class act," Weisman said. "That's him. On a night like this [to sign], I mean, I appreciate it. I know. I understand. That's Peyton Manning."

That was Peyton Manning, even on the worst of nights.

Note: Story By Dan Wetzel Yahoo Sports

However, sometimes the weather has a different Idea of having me be where I want to be.  Watch this video and you will understand what I mean...

 

Learn more about what allows me to do what I want to do....

Love & Light

Bill

 

 

 

 

Wanna hear the truth behind Vicks 'Traffic'?

Just click on the play button below and watch this incredible presentation....
The first part is an intoduction as to what Vick has accomplished with this program and then Vick comes on tells how he did it....  watch it NOW!

First, do you know Vick Strizheus?

We call him the "traffic kingpin" because
he possesses the ability to get millions of
"cash in hand" buyers to his website.

... He  did it using these exact strategies
to shatter all records and become the #1
income earner in Empower Network.

Because of that, we decided to give
Vick a call...

We asked Vick to come join us in Miami
and share exactly how he did it LIVE on
stage in-front of 4,000+ people.

... And that's exactly what happened.

Vick left the stage with a standing ovation
after he taught his step-by-step traffic strategies.

Click here to watch the presentation.

What I learned from Vick this weekend
literally BLEW my mind.

New behind the scenes Short Film
from our 'Freedom' event in Miami
this weekend. 

Love & Light :)

Bill

Bill and Vick

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