Friday, September 30, 2005

Liberty League keeps getting better!

As usual, Liberty League is on the move.

For those of you who haven't seen it, the new Beyond Freedom course is beautiful. It's got an entirely new look, updated content, and is better than ever. The course manuals and journals are now in hardback form, instead of spiral bound. You can click the picture above for a larger image.

But that's not all....

Also, as part of your Beyond Freedom course, you'll get access to the all-new Beyond Freedom Member Community. It's an online resource with news, entertainment, live events, podcasts, personalized coaching, mentors, discussion forums and much more. We're even going to have resources for teenagers and children. It's going to be incredible! We expect the new Beyond Freedom Member Community to "go live" within the next few weeks.

For more information visit and click the link for "What Is Beyond Freedom?" For a sneak peek at the new Beyond Freedom Community, check out!

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Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Honey Bees and Liberty League!

Some of you guys know that Jessica and I homeschool our two sons.

As part of biology class, Jessica had scheduled some time at the local agricultural extension office for the beekeepers to show the boys about honeybees and pollination. Word got around among some other homeschooling families and it wound up being a pretty big event. There were probably about 30 kids there.

And the agricultural office went "all-out". They set up different "stations" so that one group of kids could learn about, say, pollination and the bee life cycle....while another group of kids were extracting honey from the combs and tasting it.It was too cool.

But, the REALLY cool part was the quiet realization that I was the only dad there. We were sitting on some bleachers watching a guy sting himself for the kids' entertainment (!) and it occurred to me that -- of all the kids there -- Will and Pate were the only ones whose dad was able to come.

And that's the way it always is on these things. When we took our oldest son to the one-day baseball camp.....all moms. When we visited the natural science museum to show the boys the planetarium....same thing.

And my kids notice, too. Every now and then, they'll ask, "Dad, why don't you go to a job like Austin's dad?" Or "Dad, it's cool that you always get to stay home all the time."

And here's my point. Hidden in those phrases is the REAL reason I work from home: Jessica and I CHOSE to be the primary influence in our children's lives.

Not the school.
Not their friends.
Not their teacher.
Not a daycare center.
Not a babysitter.

The impact on their lives has already been remarkable. The kids love it. They're learning, growing and maturing in a wonderful, exciting way. It's easily the best decision we could have ever made for our family.

And, of course, there is a HUGE financial issue here, too. If I were working a job, I probably wouldn't be making 10% of the money I make. I'm psychologically unemployable! There's no way I could take a cut in pay to go take a job making $40,000.

And all that "runs off" on my kids. If I were strapped down to a job, what's the odds that my kids would get to travel to the Caribbean 2-3 times a year? Or fly first-class to a water park in Arizona for four days? Or spend a week in Whistler, British Columbia for some fun in the snow? It wouldn't happen.

Hey, my kids deserve it. Heck, I deserve it! And you do, too! And all it takes to start is making a simple decision. Find out more about Liberty League International today!

-- TR

Monday, September 19, 2005

Which is easier? $20 or $1,000?

I had a discussion with a great friend of mine this morning. He asked me if I'd be interested in marketing some software for him. (He owns the licensing rights). Unfortunately, even if I were looking for a product to market, I'd have to say no.

When he asked me why, I told him that there wasn't enough profit in it. I laughed and said, "If you were selling it for $3,000 and I were keeping a $2,000 profit, I might think about it." We both laughed.

But then I said something that sparked his attention. I said, "I've learned that it's actually just as easy -- sometimes EASIER -- to earn a few thousand in a day than it is to try to earn $20 in a day." He disagreed. He said "You earning $1,000 in a day is more unlikely than you earning $20 a day".

I didn't want to give him a knee-jerk response so I really stopped to think about what he was saying. He's a friend of mine so I worded my response carefully:

It's all about mindset. If you believe that it's not "likely" that you can make $1,000 in one day, that belief will automatically prevent you from getting involved in opportunities that can pay that.

It's an automatic process. Your reality will automatically line up in a way so that it can provide you proof with whatever you chose to believe.

The reverse is also true. If you believe that there are TONS of people who are lining up every day to buy a product that will put $1,000 in your pocket.....well, you'll probably find yourself getting involved in things that will make that a reality in your life.

I'm not sure he "got it". But, maybe you will.

Everything I've learned about prosperity and abundance has confirmed that everything in your life is the way it is right now because of your current thinking. Want to know what your "prosperity barometer" is like right now? It's easy: look at the results you're getting.

Want to know how you feel about money? Look in your wallet, purse or checking account. If you don't have lots of it, you probably have negative emotions about money or believe it's "hard to come by".

Want to know how you feel about love? Look at your relationships.

Want to know how you feel about physical health? Get on the scales. Check your blood pressure.

Everything in your life is the way it is because of your absolute best thinking. And, as Einstein said, "A problem cannot be solved with the same level of thinking that created it".

Check out "What Is Beyond Freedom" and find out more about getting a new mental blueprint.


Sunday, September 04, 2005

A bit of prosperity wisdom from the movie "The Wedding Date"

On the way back from our vacation in Phoenix, Arizona last week, Delta Airlines was showing "The Wedding Date", a romantic comedy starring Debra Messing and Dermot Mulroney.

In the movie, Kat (Messing) is flying to London to attend her sister's wedding where Kat's ex-fiance (who dumped her) is going to be the best man. To create the illusion that she's moved on with her life and is unaffected by the break-up, she hires an escort (Mulroney) to pretend to be her new fiance'. She found him by reading an interview of him in a magazine.

At one point in the movie, she's talking to Nick (played by Mulroney) about a comment in the interview that she didn't agree with.

She reads the section to him:

"You said (and I quote) , 'I believe every woman has the exact love life she you honestly believe that I want to be single and miserable? Do you think I want to be hung up on some guy who led me on for years and then -- out of the blue -- shattered my heart?

Nick replies, "First of all, there's no such thing as "out of the blue". And secondly.... yeah, I do."
She's incredulous. She yells "What??"

Nick says,

"When you're ready to let go, to be un-single and will. Till then...." and walks away.

There's a HUGE lesson there that most people don't get. Even the ones who SAY they get it don't really get it. And you can tell they don't get it because they're not living it.

The basic lesson is very simple: you are where you are right now because that's exactly where you DECIDED to be.

Some people will argue that they didn't choose their present circumstances. Or that it's luck. Or "the breaks". Or they say they're on "part of a learning curve" or something. But the truth is that you can look at every area of your life: your marriage, your bank account, your relationship with others, your parenting, your physical health and the fact remains the same: you are where you are because that's where your opinions, beliefs, and decisions PUT you.

And you can change it at ANY time you want to. All it takes is making a new decision.

Again, most people miss this. They don't understand that it all starts with a DECISION. And most people wouldn't know a real decision if they met one. They have "shoulds" and "wishes". But they don't have "musts". They don't demand excellence in their life in the same way that they would demand oxygen if they were underwater. They settle for less than they deserve. And then they claim that it has nothing to do with them.

Let me give you a tip: the easiest way to become a multiple-six figure earner is to simply DECIDE to be one.

That's it. And if you're chasing prospects...trying to figure out how to pay for an autoship....struggling to find people to sign up in your business....enrolling only 1 or 2 people every now and then.......well, that's because you've decided to be that kind of marketer.

And when you really want to create a massive change in your financial life....when you REALLY want to have days where you earn $5,000 in a single day.....or can create "cash on demand" by working from a hotel balcony where you and your spouse are spending a mid-week vacation.....when you are finally ready to choose and experience prosperity in a way that will let you live a "life without limits"....

...then you will. It really is as simple as that.

Until then, you'll continue to get what you're getting.

The great part about life is that you can live, play and work on any rung of the ladder you want to. But it IS a choice that we all make.If you don't like where you are, change it. It all starts with making the DECISION.

Tony Rush