If you read my five-book prosperity series, you’ll remember I talked about Matt. He’s a teammate from one of my softball teams, who seems to always expect the worst. And he’s usually right. He sent me a message again, talking about how bored he was, didn’t know what to do with his life, hates his job, etc.
Tired of this never-ending saga, I sent him a terse note back to stop whining, get out his credit card and go to http://su.pr/2EETrW and buy the books.
He replied, “Randy it is not prosperous to charge your really, really, really good friends who are in financial hardships to read a book written by you!”
I sent him back the following, “In all seriousness, you are NOT in financial hardship. You do have lack consciousness, however. And that's why I wish you'd buy the books. If you buy them, you might actually read them. My experience of you is that if I gave them to you, you scan through them for 30 seconds and then you'd never look at them again.”
I got a fascinating reply back. He said, “YOU TRY LIVING ON 27K a year.”
“I have a better idea," I replied, "YOU TRY LIVING ON 27K a week.”
What do you think about that?