7 Steps To Increase Intensity: The Alpha/Beta “Wealth Destiny” Quiz

“Intensity clarifies. It creates not only momentum, but also the pressure you need to feel either friction, or fulfillment.”

MARCUS BUCKINGHAM, NYT best selling author and motivational speaker

“Any guy that’s not working with the same amount of intensity and passion that I do, I don’t want to know.”

ZAKK WILDE, Ozzy Ozbourne Guitarist

I’ve noticed a disturbing trend lately.

Women seem to be getting more intense, and men seem to be getting gayer.

I don’t mean that in a homosexual way (although that’s true too), but rather in a fairly non-politically correct way; men are becoming like women. And not the new intense manly women unfortunately … the old fashioned feminine women.

This is especially true of younger men either in or entering college. When I shake their hand I usually get a limp wrist. When I talk to them about their future, there’s no fire in their eyes – and that’s if they’ll look me in the eyes at all. They look lost.

What’s going on?

While I would love to delve into the underlying reasons for this (the communist instigated feminist movement, the systematic deconstruction of family values, and man’s willingness to go along with all of this because he has apparently lost his testicles), the purpose of this article is just to say YOU NEED INTENSITY IN ORDER TO BECOME WEALTHY.

Intensity is desire on steroids.

Intensity is the energy pool the entire Success Process swims in.

Intensity is the difference between you wanting or trying to accomplish something and you actually accomplishing it.

Intensity is the felt tension between where you are and where you want to be. To the degree you feel this tension, you will have intensity that drives you to your destination.

“Maturity is achieved when a person accepts life as full of tension.”

– JOSHUA L. LIEBMAN, rabbi and #1 NYT best selling author

Without intensity, you are as helpless against the forces of nature as a woman used to be against glass ceilings. But as we have seen … things can change. You too can become as intense as the best women out there.

So … in a heartfelt attempt to help fix the world and restore intentional balance, I’ve developed a scientifically ignored and clinically unproven test to help you determine just how intense you are. Or probably are not.

You have 30 seconds to complete this. Anyone with an inkling of intensity should have no problem with that.

Circle your answer on the screen with a #2 black Sharpie marker. Ready?

GO!


1. Are people slightly intimidated in your presence even without you saying anything?

A. Yes
B. No
C. I don’t like to choose between letters. I feel bad for the one’s left out.

2. Do you wake up in the morning with a burning desire to conquer things?

A. Yes
B. No
C. Conquering is imperialistic and barbaric. I’m more into world peace. I wake up with a burning desire to surf the U.N. website, check the terror threat levels at dhs.gov, and meditate on the deep meaning of the color green.

3. Do you have a hard time with relationships because your partner is always saying stupid stuff like “you’re too intense,” and it makes you want to break things?

A. Yes
B. No
C. This question is making me feel gay(er)

4. Is it a struggle for you to hang out with losers who you know are just going to lose big time at whatever it is they’re talking to you about at any given time?

A. Yes
B. No
C. I don’t struggle in general. That would imply that there is some sort of tension in my life, and I get soft tissue massages when that happens. Struggling is for professional wrestlers, and I just don’t want to wind up in the WWE. Look how Hulk Hogan turned out. He has a bad back.

5. Is it hard for you to wait for your goals to be accomplished while you work feverishly to make 100% sure you achieve them or else you will kill your dog? Like that’s literally what you have posted on your vision board: a picture of your dog with a sticky note on it that says “I will hit this goal by November, and if I don’t … he dies,” with an arrow pointing to the dog’s smiling face. You motivate yourself by the potential death of the one thing that brings pure joy into your life.

A. Of course
B. No
C. I am reporting this quiz to PETA. And I don’t need to email it because I actually am scheduled to attend a PETA meeting later today. I’ll simply print this out on recycled paper and take it to them.

6. Are your goals scared of you? When you write them down do you ever see all the words huddle up on the page and be like, “ok guys, this mother effer is for real. Do you see the look in his eyes?? This is no ordinary Homer Simpson who just watched The Secret and expects a check in the mail tomorrow. He is going to freaking achieve us. We gotta stick together. Let’s wait till he goes to the gym and then move over to the PETA dude’s goal list where no one will ever even read us again, and we’ll be perfectly safe.

A. Thank God. I thought I was hallucinating. This happens to other people too? YES.
B. No
C. This is starting to offend me. Goals are violent. If I achieve something it means someone else will feel bad. I prefer equality, harmony, and homosex … I mean peace.

7. Do you tend to talk louder than most people? For instance, when you whisper to your spouse or “partner” in a public place do they look around nervously and tell you to stop screaming?

A. YES!
B. No
C.

[just circle “C” – I can’t hear you]

8. When you walk into a room, does everyone look at you because your personal power shakes them out of their trance and demands it? Do you “arrive” everywhere you go as opposed to just silently showing up and blending in? When you walk away from a conversation do people think, “there is something different about that person” as opposed to thinking nothing at all because you’re just average and there’s absolutely nothing special about you that anyone besides you and God are aware of?

A. Every time
B. No
C. I believe in being humble. Jesus was humble. Yeah everyone noticed him, formed crowds around him, and even wept uncontrollably when he was near, but that was because of his tunic. I did some research and it was a SICK tunic. I could make the ladies cry too if I had that tunic.

9. Is patience your absolute worst virtue no matter how hard you try?

A. Patience?
B. No
C. I am patiently waiting for this horrifying quiz to be over so I can take it to the authorities and hopefully ban this from developing into some demented viral meme that turns the world into a bunch of powerful wealthy people who continue to employ me.

10. Rate your level of personal intensity from 0 to 10. 0 being the lowest and 10 being the highest (for the person who picks “C” and has a hard time with basic concepts).

A. that scale isn’t big enough. I usually don’t commit to things with less than 5 zero’s at the end.
B. No
C. Ratings are racist. You know damn well minorities don’t know how to work the metric system. I’m calling the ACLU.


[end of quiz. Turn your computers over and set your markers down.]

Ok, let’s see how you did.

If you picked “A” at least seven times you have sufficient intensity for you and I to hang out and understand each other. “A” stands for Alpha. You are everything a man is supposed to be. Even if you’re a woman.

You may actually need to tone it down a bit as this test was greatly exaggerated for the sake of not being boring, but you are erring on the side of intensity which is better than the alternative.

If you picked B more than three times you need to do everything I’m about to tell you to do. Your life and everyone’s life in your general vicinity is in danger. “B” stands for Beta. You are currently a total loser and you can count the number of people who admire you on one hand (but only if that hand was in a wood chipper accident and had all its fingers cut off).

If you picked C even one time you are what I wish was an imaginary person but unfortunately you exist. Go hug a tree, and just stay there forever. Until a lightning bolt strikes it. “C” stands for Chump. You are everything no one should ever be. Say you’re sorry in a comment below.

If your computer screen has a bunch of black circle marks on it right now then I commend you for being passionate enough to do absolutely everything I say without questioning the sensibility of any of it. You’re exceptionally smart, and you’re probably going to end up super wealthy. Try to know when I’m being facetious though, that’s my only critique. Otherwise you’ll end up dead before the wealth comes. Just ask the “C” guy currently hugging a tree right now. But try to ask him like when the lightning is on the way down, before it strikes, but while he sees it coming from a distance. That’s when you’ll get the best insight.

The following is for the Beta “B”s of the world. Never fear. “A” is only one letter away.


7 Steps To Increase Intensity

Step One: Understand at a deep level that you most likely are kind of a beta wussbag.

Most people are; don’t feel (too) bad. If no one has ever said the words to you “you are really intense!” with a look of bewilderment in their eyes like they’ve just encountered some strange new species, there’s a good chance you need to amp up your intensity.

Do you want to see what this intensity I speak of looks like in real life?

It looks like this …

Now …

do you want what you want as bad as the guy in that video wants what he wants?

Heck no you don’t – or else you’d have it.

St. Pierre had the belt in his hand within a year from that day and has had it ever since.

I remember watching that particular fight and thinking, “that guy is going to be the best in the world.” I could see it in his eyes.

I also remember thinking, “how could I possibly be seeing this much intensity in the eyes of a Frenchman? I thought they usually surrender?” Apparently they’ve evolved right alongside the women of the world.

Question …

What would I think if I looked in your eyes?

Step Two: Start wanting to stop slacking with all the want you can muster.

You need to have your “enough is enough” moment. This is when you put your foot down, raise your head high, and say “I am GOING to win.”

This is where all radical and permanent change occurs.

You say it, feel it, and mean it. A spiritual fire is starting to burn within you. That fire is called Your Fight. You have to find Your Fight – your inner warrior. Everyone has it, but the world has stacked the odds against you ever realizing it.

The more you identify with the world system the less chance you have of ever finding Your Fight.

Unfortunately I have no idea how to manufacture this “enough is enough” moment. This is one of those things that generally happen to you rather than you doing anything to bring it about on your own. But I can tell you this much: the more intensely you want it to happen to you, the better chance you have of it actually happening. You know, the whole “seek and you shall find” thing.

Full disclosure: “enough is enough” moments tend to come in the middle of excruciatingly painful life circumstances. So make sure you really want to increase intensity. There’s a price to be paid.

Step 3: Get to the root of the problem and ask yourself, “Self, why do I have the intensity of Eeyore the donkey from Winnie the Pooh?”


You’re probably not going to know why so I’ll just go ahead and tell you:

your dad didn’t love you

That sounds a little harsh I know, but it’s probably true. It’s not that he didn’t feel love for you or love you in his mind, but when it came time to show it? He was a no show. Literally he was a No-Love-Show.

But not only that, he was also hard on you. Maybe even mean. Being hard on your kids is a good thing, but only if it’s mixed with love and mutual respect and admiration. Otherwise it’s a recipe for the 60’s sexual revolution, an AIDS epidemic, and General Mills putting the Gay Pride rainbow in Lucky Charms just last month …

And yes, they really did that. Google it. Then put your kids on a 5-Day detox if you’ve been poisoning them with that garbage for some irresponsible reason.

Unfortunately for me I didn’t find out until it was too late.

I accidentally ate one of the gay marshmallows.

Nothing has happened yet except for I just did hospital corners on my bed sheets, and I don’t know how to do that. But I’ll keep an eye on myself. So help me God if General Mills got me gay I’m going to break my rule of not suing corporations I own stock in.

I knew I should have never trusted that freakin leprechaun. Damn it. He was just so convincing and kept taunting me to chase him. Uurrrgh!

So yeah, if that’s you … you need at least 5-8 years of therapy, a strong, loving, very wise mentor, and Jesus. There’s no quick fix for 18 years of living under the judgmental shoe of a complete jackass.

“Whoever does not have a good father should procure one.”

-Friedrich Nietzsche

            Why do people insist on quoting this psychopath?

That reminds me … I need to tell you something. And this may actually help a little now that I think about it.

How do I put this?

The guy you call “dad” …

is/was not your real father

I am.

I didn’t know how to break the news to you so I figured now on a public blog would be the best way to do it. You see there was this one night …

Just kidding.

GOD IS YOUR REAL FATHER!

Let the life changing, all-powerful, dewussifying truth of that sink deeply into your dome right now.

The God of this universe, the creator and owner of everything is your dad. Not just theoretically or conceptually. REALLY. And he loves you. He’s proud of you. And he’s cheering you on, and waiting to help you … if you’ll just humble yourself and ask.

Did you think you could do this on your own? How’s that been working out for you so far? Who do you think you are exactly? You’re an idea in God’s mind that is here now and gone tomorrow. You barely exist! You darn sure better ask for God’s help because everything you have currently and ever will have HE OWNS.

“If anyone thinks he is something, when he is nothing, he deceives himself.”

– PAUL, a.k.a. The Genius Of The World

And yes, there is a God. Contrary to historically new trends in thought (which are typically historically wrong), it’s not fools who believe in God. It’s fools who do not. You can find that out the easy way or the hard way.

Want proof? Watch this video when you’re done reading this article …

My point is this …

Your earthly father was nothing more than a temporary babysitter who sucked at his job.

Lucky for you, God had nanny cams set up so it will all get sorted out soon. Until then, God feels bad for you. But not that bad.

Get up and fight like a man.

And for the record, there are other reasons for being naturally passive (beta). But mean/non-loving dad is the #1 pattern I’ve personally noticed. They just beat The Fight right out of you. Very challenging (but possible) to recover from.

Step Four: Find your Inner Fight by actually learning how to fight.

“When I fight someone, I want to break his will. I want to take his manhood. I want to rip out his heart and show it to him.” – MIKE TYSON

This is what intensity sounds like.

Prior to learning mixed martial arts, I was a complete pussy. I’ll be the first to admit it. I had intensity, but it was a fake version of it. It was more bravado than anything – an over-compensation for a felt sense of inner powerlessness.

Luckily I had the self-awareness to know my true inner puss-like state so I paid a professional UFC fighter to beat me up on a regular basis. Literally. I told him if I wasn’t bleeding or bruised significantly at the end of each session I would stop paying him.

I got black eyes at least once a week.

I got a broken nose that leans to the left now.

I got broken ribs.

I got beat up so bad that I literally cried like a baby one time. In front of people.

But I also got … powerful intensity.

So just ask yourself this …

How bad do you want it?

Don’t be scared. My 10-year old nephew is doing this for crying out loud. I think you can handle it.

Here’s how to know if you need to learn how to fight or not:

If you’re not fully convinced in your mind that you can beat up just about anybody that hasn’t also trained with a UFC fighter … you need to learn.

It’s not important to beat people up (usually). But it’s DARN sure important to know that you could if you needed to. Otherwise you will act just like this cowardly, sorry excuse for a human being bus driver in front of a few puny little punk ass boys beating a kid to death …

What would YOU have done in that situation?

I know what I would have done. All three of those losers would be in the hospital right now, and my face would be all over the TV with liberal commentators saying stuff like “did he really need to throw the kid through the roof of the bus? That’s definitely racist. We need to increase bus roof funding this year by $300 billion dollars and make some new rules for things.”

If you want to find a place to learn how to fight just Google “Gracie ___________ (your city)” and find a place where the owner has a Gracie black belt. Anything else is stupid and they’ll only make you even more of wussbag than you maybe already are.

Step Five: Start failing DRAMATICALLY

If you’ve never spent at least one night in jail, you’re probably just not trying hard enough.

“Act now, think later” should be your knee jerk reaction that you have to fight to suppress and sometimes just go with. It will move you to do great things, but occasionally get you in a little bit of trouble. Big deal.

“Screw it. Let’s do it.”

– SIR RICHARD BRANSON, billionaire

Can you handle a little bit of trouble? Or does society have you so well trained that the sight of red-and-blue-flashing lights behind you strikes fear into the deepest recesses of your soul?

A friend of mine just called me up and offered me a piece of his online fantasy sports business in exchange for help with marketing. I thought long and hard about it for approximately seventeen seconds.

I now own yet another business that will either make me millions of dollars or potentially put me behind bars. I have no idea whether online sports betting is even legal. We’ll find out soon enough.

Stop pussyfooting around with everything you do. Start stomping around and causing a little chaos. There’s a difference between prudence and fear. Most people are consumed with fear.

Consider most laws more “general guidelines” than anything. Except maybe pre-meditated murder. That’s typically a good one to not consider a general guideline.

Step Six: Stop caring what random people think about you so much 

The general public doesn’t care about you at all, so why should you care what they think about you? Especially considering the fact that they’re not even thinking about you in the first place! 

Get over yourself! You’re not that important, I hate to be the one to break it to you. Everyone is thinking about their self – not you.

Look at this blog post for example. Does it look like I care what people think about me? I’ve offended pretty much every race and gender on the planet. And don’t waste your time with hate mail in case you’re leaning that way. One of my virtual assistants in Europe – the new 3rd world – reads them all and only forwards me the one’s she knows will make me laugh.

Step Seven: Don’t be afraid to offend people. 

Jesus offended darn near everyone. He called women “dogs”, religious leaders “vipers” and “hypocrites,” random people “fools,” and he whipped bankers with an actual whip which I wish he would come back and do again right about now. “Start with Goldman Sachs please. Amen.”

You notice I keep mentioning Jesus? That’s because he was the most intense human being that has ever walked this earth.

– he went forty days without food just to grow spiritually and see what it’s like to suffer. I went three days without food once, and I thought I was going to die. When’s the last time you went one meal without food?

– he walked into the Jew’s holy temple and physically destroyed the place. No one tried to stop him because he just looked too intense

– he walked on water. That takes intense focus. Try it.

– he willingly subjected himself to the most horrific torture and death man has ever known just because he loves you.

– he was too intense to stay dead. He came back to life with a mission to save the world. Kind of like Neo in The Matrix. Who knows … maybe he’s even talking to you right this second.

He’s saying, “I love you. But you need to stop being a sissy.”

So there you have it. There’s your seven steps. There’s actually eight steps, but seven sounds better because of the alliteration. So you’re going to have to figure out the missing step on your own.

Can you guess what it is? Leave a comment below and tell me your guess. Whoever guesses it gets to ask me anything they want and I’ll reply to it right on this blog. So tell me your guess and ask your question. I’m all ears.

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Recommended Reading: No More Christian Nice Guy by Paul Coughlin

Ancient Wisdom To Memorize: the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, and violent men take it by force 

Affirmation For The Week: I am intense.


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  • Sean

    8. Find what (good things) you’re passionate about, and use that passion to help others.

    How do you schedule your day and make the best us of your time?

    Thanks Preston! Great article!

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  • Michele Mohammed

    Step 8 is “Say why you are unique”. These are the eight Psychological Triggers to help you sell more. (Marketing)!:-)

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  • Cory

    P-man,

    Alway entertaining, a bit disturbing and controversial.

    There is only one Preston Ely.

    Remember… be a servant LEADER like Preston.

    Cory

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  • John Glover

    I too, am intense. I ripped a thunderbolt out of the sky as I descended from the bell tower and scissor kicked Quasimodo!! Lol. Seriously, I believe intensity is the life blood that breeds success. I’ve been told my whole life, that I am too intense. I lost a few sparks as I got older and conformed for six months…darn it. But my soul has been quickened by the wisdom of Our Lord and Savior through these words. I’m moving at a pace that is so accelerated it makes acceleration look…well not accelerable. This article is funny but true. Thank you for having the moxy to do you Preston. See you at the top, because I’m coming to join you….don’t be afraid!

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  • michael

    “I can’t believe you like money too, we should hang out” – some moron (idiocracy movie quote)…I passed your test…apparently I’m on the right track…just keep moving forward at this point…keep teaching people awesomeness.

    Thanks, Michael

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  • Michael

    I agree our government is so corrupt that’s the true reason for the 2nd addmendment my spelling might not be the best but when I literally broke my back working 7 days a week day till dark doing construction work “needed to be strong mean & good with #’s not spelling”to support my children I’m being harassed my “our government ” for being poor this judge needs to be removed let’s other gov. workers comment purgery in court but going to lock me up for my 1st addmendment rite said only reason because of my illness & back I got up then my wife’s att. put his hand over my mouth & held me in my wheelchair cause he knew I’ll kill to protect my kids & it’s a crime about 1 1/2 years ago was rear ended at a stop sign in a new caddy in front of cop lights came on I got out to exchange info he backed up & tried to run me over I jumped in my truck & was chasing him with 911 op yelling thru phone please stop chasing him I told her NO accidents happen I take trying to run me over personally I’m gonna kill him anyway other cops showed up to keep a crippled man from getting ahold of him 3 on me 1 on him they had to use my emergency 3a flashlight for his DUI test cause 4 cars didn’t have batteries but anyway he paid I mean pled out to leaving scene of accident $$$ controls our gov. I’m sure you know as well as I we don’t elect our president our votes don’t matter it’s up to “electoral college” who ever pays them remember the Florida incident with Bush & douschbag our banks gov. country in a whole needs to be flushed like the shit they are ! A few.years back I had to swallow every inch of my pride & try to get food stamps a colored case worker told me I made a big mistake I put down I was white she said “put down other say I don’t know what my ancestors were” I have 2 strikes cause also married where is the family values ” but I guess Murray would be out of a well paying job WHO’S my 10 babies daddies” but just like Kent State ( reason for national guard ) for people who don’t roll over & take it up the ass from “our gov” 1 main reason for why they are trying to take our guns away I was the only child out of 4 that ever went hunting with my dad that was the happiest I’d ever seen him he’s with my mom & God now but my “brother&sister ” took my & his guns holding hostage after I me had to unload them cause they the smart 1’s quote had his .357 cylinder open carrying with hand I open hole cleaning said might be one in chamber had to explain revolvers don’t have chambers & still didn’t believe me my children know more about firearm safety than my older sylblings I’m 44 thanks for giving me a moment & hope it actually gets read & not in junk pile by the way I’ve never been intimidated by any 1-3 man in spare time love to watch deer have wild pet squirrels but when hunting season comes only meat I can afford so its not hard to kill a beautiful deer (field dressing diff. story)

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  • Michael Reed

    Love the evolution vs God video!

    #8: Take a leap of faith,
    Trust your inner self (it’ll either get you there,or teach you why not!)
    If God brought you to it,he will bring you through it.

    Keep up the interesting comments,Preston!

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  • Rosemarie

    Preston if I will not be following you or buying from you again. Since when do you prostelitize to people? If I want to be preached to I will go to church.

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    • Brent Kelly

      Don’t blame Preston Rosemarie. He is Speaking Truth and The Truth does hurt!! You were Created with many talents and gifts… not from a Bang, yet By Almighty God who created YOU in HIS Image…WOW, No that is Powerful!!

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  • D.L. Cote

    You have prob read this before, but I thought it appropriate:

    The Awakening
    (Author unknown)

    A time comes in your life when you finally get…when, in the midst of all your fears and insanity, you stop dead in your tracks and somewhere the voice inside your head cries out…ENOUGH1 Enough fighting and crying and blaming and struggling to hold on. Then, like a child quieting down after a tantrum, you blink back your tears and begin to look at the world through new eyes.

    This is your awakening.

    You realize it’s time to stop hoping and waiting for something to change, or for happiness, safety and security to magically appear over the next horizon.

    You realize that in the real world there aren’t always fairy tale endings, and that any guarantee of “happily ever after” must begin with you…and in the process a sense of serenity is born of acceptance.

    You awaken to the fact that you are not perfect and that not everyone will always love, appreciate or approve of who or what you are…and that’s OK. They are entitled to their own views and opinions.

    You learn the importance of loving and championing yourself…and in the process a sense of new found confidence is born of self-approval.

    Your stop complaining and blaming other people for the things they did to you – or didn’t do for you – and you learn that the only thing you can really count on is the unexpected.

    You learn that people don’t always say what they mean or mean what they say and that not everyone will always be there for you and everything isn’t always about you.

    So, you learn to stand on your own and to take care of yourself…and in the process a sense of safety and security is born of self-reliance.

    You stop judging and pointing fingers and you begin to accept people as they are and to overlook their shortcomings and human frailties…and in the process a sense of peace and contentment is born of forgiveness.

    You learn to open up to new worlds and different points of view. You begin reassessing and redefining who you are and what you really stand for.

    You learn the difference between wanting and needing and you begin to discard the doctrines and values you’ve outgrown, or should never have bought into to begin with.

    You learn that there is power and glory in creating and contributing and you stop maneuvering through life merely as a “consumer” looking for you next fix.

    You learn that principles such as honesty and integrity are not the outdated ideals of a bygone era, but the mortar that holds together the foundation upon which you must build a life.

    You learn that you don’t know everything, it’s not you job to save the world and that you can’t teach a pig to sing. You learn the only cross to bear is the one you choose to carry and that martyrs get burned at the stake.

    Then you learn about love. You learn to look at relationships as they really are and not as you would have them be. You learn that alone does not mean lonely.

    You stop trying to control people, situations and outcomes. You learn to distinguish between guilt and responsibility and the importance of setting boundaries and learning to say NO.

    You also stop working so hard at putting your feelings aside, smoothing things over and ignoring your needs.

    You learn that your body really is your temple. You begin to care for it and treat it with respect. You begin to eat a balanced diet, drinking more water, and take more time to exercise.

    You learn that being tired fuels doubt, fear, and uncertainty and so you take more time to rest. And, just food fuels the body, laughter fuels our soul. So you take more time to laugh and to play.

    You learn that, for the most part, you get in life what you deserve, and that much of life truly is a self-fulfilling prophecy.

    You learn that anything worth achieving is worth working for and that wishing for something to happen is different than working toward making it happen.

    More importantly, you learn that in order to achieve success you need direction, discipline and perseverance. You learn that no one can do it all alone, and that it’s OK to risk asking for help.

    You learn the only thing you must truly fear is fear itself. You learn to step right into and through your fears because you know that whatever happens you can handle it and to give in to fear is to give away the right to live life on your own terms.

    You learn to fight for your life and not to squander it living under a cloud of impending doom.

    You learn that life isn’t always fair, you don’t always get what you think you deserve and that sometimes bad things happen to unsuspecting, good people…and you lean not to always take it personally.

    You learn that nobody’s punishing you and everything isn’t always somebody’s fault. It’s just life happening. You learn to admit when you are wrong and to build bridges instead of walls.

    You lean that negative feelings such as anger, envy and resentment must be understood and redirected or they will suffocate the life out of you and poison the universe that surrounds you.

    You learn to be thankful and to take comfort in many of the simple things we take for granted, things that millions of people upon the earth can only dream about: a full refrigerator, clean running water, a soft warm bed, a long hot shower.

    Then, you begin to take responsibility for yourself by yourself and you make yourself a promise to never betray yourself and to never, ever settle for less than you heart’s desire.

    You make it a point to keep smiling, to keep trusting, and to stay open to every wonderful possibility.

    You hang a wind chime outside your window so you can listen to the wind.

    Finally, with courage in you heart, you take a stand, you take a deep breath, and you begin to design the life you want to live as best as you can.

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  • Kyle Farmer

    I am Intense! I am Unconventional! I am Outside the Box! I am at times controversial and untamed! Who am I? MARKETING (in the new age). Stay Hungry my friends.

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  • Helen

    Good stuff, except about dads. I had a great dad, who worked hard for his kids, was not afraid to stand for what he believed in. I had a good earthly father and a Heavenly father. I get advise from both of them through Preston who is half my age!

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  • Margarete

    Reading a Preston blog is always entertaining. I need some TNT lit under my seat to move out like Preston. I have faith in God, but not myself. I’m trying to get over it. Maybe a few dozen more Preston blogs will provide the dynamite I need.

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  • Chris

    I’ve been wanting to get my butt kicked again, I know that I need it. going to raise the money to do a little BJj as I know this will wake me up.

    I’m going to steal your videos, introduce them to a race of aliens that live in my back yard. after they are trained spiritually, mentally and physically, we will invade Colorado…. and then take over the entire earth ( dealing with earthly women first since they are apparently tougher nowadays).

    please don’t share my plan as I need the element of surprise for this to all work out.

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  • Ken

    Hello Preston, I agree 100% the man called Jesus, we all humans have the ability to do what he did equally on earth, however most humans DO NOT believe in this ability, and that is ok, it is the ones that believe that is what you need or want to school. I think all of us would want to be like HIM, but most are afraid of going against the grain like Jesus, and /or do not know how to apply ourselves, hence, The Earth and one lifetime or life. The Earth or this life is the SCHOOL. Like just now I got the call on a old 40 lot mobile home park in a very very busy area in Alberta, Canada the county has a stop order on the place cause of lagoon issues, the owner wants to sell for good price 400k no homes, I said I would negotiate on that. Meanwhile I told the owner to give me a letter stating I can move a home on the property, he is afraid of county, I said I would move on and ask questions later and deal with county regardless of the out come. The mover is booked 6k and the date set for next week, I have no place for me and my wife to call home, im 47 yrs young. The seller has not givin me permission yet suppose to find out this afternoon. INTENSITY or a lot of my life people have called it STUPIDITY. Not a day gos by without something happening very intensely. I have even thought that maybe that part of the responsibility was my wifes she is no where near as passionate as I, and I have blamed her in different senarios for dragging her feet. Have even considered leaving. I am ok now, triing to deal on this park, or at least get my modular moved in, that will keep my wife happy. Anyhow I have bored you much too long. Take care Ken p.s keep ur faith in Jesus.

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  • Kerry Jordan

    Awesome article on motivation. Provokes deep soul searching to be real with yourself and your own personal struggles. Thanks Preston!

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  • Harold

    Hey P. this is just another move by the unseen enemy coming to kill still and destroy the children of baal worshippers People know that there is only one God King of my heart King of Glory His name is Jesus and He God has not given us a spirit of fear but power love and a sound mind He will empower you if you call on Him He is a very present help in the time of trouble and listen to the men of old how a kid fought off bear lion kill a giant with a slain and a stone while grown ass men like this bus driver stood back whimpering in cowardice instead of taking a stand people this is like one of the nine 11 attacks it’s truly unbelievable how all those lives were lost because the enemy had a box cuter are you for real people get out of the fox hole and fight as though the battle depends on you.

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  • Maria Nielsen

    # 8: Whatever you do, do it intensely from your heart…cause that is the only way to do it right!!!!

    Ps: Thanks Preston, I appreciate your sense of humor..

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  • Harold

    Hey P. this is just another attack by the unseen enemy the worshipers of Baal and a act of cowardice on the part of all sitting and watching this it’s like 911 plane take over with a box cuter all those lives lost not one person willing to take a cut to save lives not even their on what cowardice I truly hope people learn to take their queue from the men of old even a kid empowered by the High and Lofty One fought against a giant with a slain and a stone while supposedly grown ass men looking on in fear and call themselves soldiers in and army like this bus driver silly rabbit tricks are for kids did any of you here what a man name Samson did when the intensity of the knowledge of the Most High was upon him he used the jaw bones of and ass to take down and army you see people God has not given us a spirit of fear but power love and a sound mind let’s kick ass and take names in the name of the true Father Son and Holy Spirit with great intensity give us to all those who became the sons of God He empowered them stand tall through it all and be a solider of the cross. Much love for this platform P.

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  • Dexter

    I like number 8: At 6’4″ when I walk into a room my aura demands your attention immediately. Yet, I’m humble as can be. I am the ALPHA male!

    Nice quiz,
    Thanks,
    Dexter

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  • Zane Graser

    I always love reading motivational comments/books as they constantly remind me and to refocus on my goals. I find it is easy to fall into the worldly trap with our subconscious mind and it’s so easy to become negative. Daily self affirmations, prayers, and readings is a MUST to succeed in this world because this world is not easy and very seldom goes the way we want it to. I can tell you from experience that this is vital and once I figured it out, my life started to change for good.

    If you don’t believe me, go check out Kent Clothier’s Facebook page and see his recent posting from 3 days ago or so about my life and you will understand where I come from.

    When I was a baby, I had major health challenges. I had a heart murmur which essentially means a few holes in my heart and it was not pumping blood properly. My intestines was hanging out of my stomach and needed to be rolled back in. My esophagus (the tube that carries down the food to the stomach) was connected to my lungs. It was a super expensive operation that my family could not afford and I was in the hospital while the rest of my family figured out what was going to happen. My aunt attended a Mary Kay conference and on a return trip she saw a woman with a scarf that she liked, my kind and amazing aunt had to approach the lady and give a nice positive comment about her scarf which naturally led to a chain of events. My aunt was invited to a special meeting and a particular question was asked of my aunt, “What would you do if you had lots of money?” My aunt responded by explaining that I was back in the hospital with no money and even if we went through surgery, I only had a 15% chance of survival. Shortly after, someone flew all the way to Spokane, WA from Alaska and handed the money to my aunt for my surgery and you can figure out the rest. Oh, did I also mention that I am deaf too?!

    I had a fairly active lifestyle keeping busy most of the time with my life. I went off to college and received a BS degree. Got a job with the WA State Dept. of Corrections while turning heads in the process as I was the first deaf person to obtain a job in a security position. I had to adjust the use of a radio, communication process, etc. though it wasn’t always easy. About 2 1/2 years ago while working at the prison, I started having heart problems again. I had irregular heartbeats and I passed out. I had many dizzy spells to the point of passing out due to lack of oxygen flow. Eventually, I had to go in to surgery AGAIN and this time I got a pacemaker. I can feel the pacemaker on the upper right side of my chest every single day.

    After the entire process and my recent surgery, you know what I realized?! My attitude stinks!!! I wasn’t overly negative or anything like that but I kept trying to figure out what my truth path in life was and that I can’t just stay working in a dead end job for the rest of my life!!! I started reading more books, tried businesses because that was my passion, studying some more, working on my own mental affirmations and my attitude toward life. With lots of practice and time and effort, I finally had a breakthrough. I quit my job end of May 2013 to pursue Real Estate full time, and while at it, I had not closed my first deal. I believed in myself and the business so much that it just felt right and I went for it. Sure enough, I came down to $200 left in my bank account and a few minor thoughts of maybe I will have to go back to a job creeped into my mind briefly but I was confident. I closed my first deal on August 1, 2013 and actively working on more deals.

    In summary, I wouldn’t be where I am today if I did not have a burning desire and intensity to succeed in life. I truly believe that I am here on earth to make a difference in other people’s lives by leading by example. I realized that God gave me life and I should appreciate every single day and it is a blessing. My health is back to normal and God just gave me the most valuable lesson of my life. My pacemaker may seem like a curse at first, but it was actually a blessing and gives me a daily reminder of why I am here on Earth. Oh, and while I’m working hard to develop my business and being broke and can’t afford a mentorship program even when I ask a few successful investors without much luck, I am still working my way through to the best of my abilities while also training for the Ironman race next year which is a triathlon race consisting of 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and a 26.2 mile run. How’s this for intensity and motivation? I will take anything I can learn to better myself so that I can lead by example and pay it forward like you have Preston!

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  • Joi

    Seriously, you should be doing stand up! You are way funnier than some of the stuff I’ve seen at the Improv…but so true and relevant. This was so good! I believe my #8 is Intensity pursuing my God Given Purpose…I believe I’ve found it and now it’s time to get INTENSE!

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  • Troy

    Preston, YOU HAVE GOT BALLS, most boys have none. Our creator has blessed you with insight . Keep giving and getting larger and larger. I’m just waiting for the day that we meet soon.
    Troy

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  • Michael

    Preston… Pick me. Flat out. Why? Because I buy your stuff. I read your stuff. And then I go out and take action. I’m the biggest, baddest, sexiest student you have in California and I deserve to win. If you pick me, you’re as awesome as I’ve been telling everyone you are. If you don’t pick me…. That’s ok. I’m still grateful for all you do.

    Put that program in my hand and I’ll convert it into wheelbarrows of sexy sweaty cash. And then I’ll tell everyone that I owe it all to my awesome mentor, God (oh yeah, and Preston). Invest in me and I’ll pay it forward.

    Need more convincing? Watch me follow this program and succeed within 90 days… and you can post this promise on whatever social media page or web page you choose… With my third closed deal from this date, I will pay full price for your program and award someone who I (or we) feel deserves it. And that’s not all! I’ll help promote your next Instant Guru program or whatever freakin awesome project you work on next…. For FREE (or a small fortune. Your choice.)

    Do it. Do it now. I guarantee you’ll feel great about your choice!

    Anyone who wouldn’t pick this as a winner is a limp wrist.

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  • Joseph Verlich

    A great wake up call. I was always the guy that was too intense, too competitive, made everybody nervous. Then, starting in 2005, I went through a series of serious illnesses that I didn’t beat until last year. All of a sudden, I’m a nice person, the easy going guy everybody likes.
    I was never like that before and I don’t know why, once I was healthy and got back in shape physically (I started boxing when I was 10), my personality/outlook didn’t come back, too.

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  • Tony

    Preston,

    THANK YOU! I forgot how intense Jesus was/is and its time to revisit his life while on earth. Also I am at the point of screaming “I will not give up!” and I am fed up with giving in to life’s daily “beatings”. Time for me to kick ITS ass and enough is enough. Keep up your good work and though I really am having a tough time affording this,I am going to continue to buy your products and subscriptions… It all part of my “tuition” in the school of a new direction and an investment in myself.

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  • Mary

    This is great. I need to practice Step 6 & 7
    Stop caring what random people think about me
    Stop being afraid to offend people.

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  • Homer

    Nice post Preston!

    Is number 8 Get saved by asking Jesus into your heart?

    Love & light,

    Homer
    D’oh!

    Ps the Secret is a good movie.

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  • Jenn@REIGuruReview.com

    8. Learn to Laugh. Laugh first… and laugh last;)

    Fantastic post, I haven’t laughed this much in a long time!!!

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  • Rob

    thanks for the intensity tune-up. mine was waning and needed a reality check. I need to become more intense than I am now if for no other reason than to piss off my wussy associates. This will get me going in the right direction in my life. I have listened too much to wusses and the UN and things are now going to change. THANKS PRESTON!!!

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  • Naeem "DaDream" Joseph

    Like always, if Preston write it, it’s worth much more than Gold!!! For me, step 8 should be find your purpose, a God size cause that compel you into action.

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  • Jason Roman

    Step 8: Take Massive Action / Ready Fire Aim

    Great Job Preston!

    I took many points out of this post! Great COPY! Awesome Points! Every Bit of it was truthful! Even The Parts That Offend Most People These Days!

    Regards Brother!
    God Bless

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  • Corinna Evrard

    I’ve lived through a nut-case ex-husband hell bent on killing me, and a literal crossfire category 5 hurricane on an island.
    Intensity is my middle name. Try praying like you are in a car about to be flung into outer space, and you’ll know what praying to God means!

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  • Paul R

    #8 is to have 100% faith that with the help of Christ it can be done, and believe that with his help it will be done, and no matter what it is, if you take massive action you will succeed at your definite life purpose.

    Great post and nice kick in butt–even for us already intense alpha’s.

    Question: When are you and I doing lunch Preston?

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  • Dwayn Freier

    First I would say that the last step is “take action”, i think you would put it like this.

    “Stop thinking about it, stop being a pussy and stop trying to find the right time to get started and grow a pair of balls and take action!!!!”

    Or something like that.

    As far as you article, very funny. I get and love your sense of humor, keep on preaching brother.

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  • Ronald Wesley Pauline

    Your 7 points of intensity was very enlighting and I certainly can attest to my slipping in and out due to my own insecurities.
    Some time I am not confident enough to persue my endeavors with
    intensity.

    However thru experiences knowlege is gained, and with a conglomeration of Knowledge,”Wisdom comes”

    TODAY NOT TOMORROW

    I,ve slowed down and sped up.

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  • Will

    @ — Rosemarie August 16, 2013 Reply from Will: Rosemarie said,
    “Preston if I will not be following you or buying from you again. Since when do you prostelitize to people? If I want to be preached to I will go to church.”

    Rosemarie — If Preston had made the same statements about Allah and Mohammed would you have been so offended???

    The point is that the KINGDOM principles Preston applies to his own life do WORK and obviously they do so ABUNDANTLY!! They WORK, for the most part, irrespective of whether one ever darkens the door of a church or claims some religion. That being the case, why would anyone want to cut themselves off from products and services that can make them wealthy too.

    When Preston told his audience who the very sources of the principles he uses are, I think he was being honest, sincere and careful to give credit to the originator. Frankly, that is a common courtesy that also avoids accusations of plagiarism. He could also have pointed everyone to the Bible as the manual for KINGDOM living now instructions; that’s what he dug the principles out of!!!

    The crux of the matter is that the examples Preston used are irrefutable, stand out in ones mind like the sun on a hot summer’s day and pierce the heart of the thing like a long thin dagger. If they touched your heart in passing, maybe God is standing by just for you right now. I sincerely hope you come back here to read my reply. It was made with love.

    Thanks Preston great, fearless, and right on target presentation!!!

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  • Justus M Sune

    Through our work and experience, we have expanded our scope, seeking sustainable partnerships with community based programs and shifting our focus from residential care to comprehensive community-driven responses. We have learned that children orphaned and affected by HIV/AIDS need family and community in order to thrive, that the very best and ideal place for a child is in the community.
    As we allow our faith to guide us in supporting the collective work of our communities, Kivandeni Orphan Street children it is our believe that to provides concrete strategies to link both prayer and action. We can respond personally and compassionately,supporting African communities in their efforts to ensure that vulnerable children benefit from protection, health, education,love, and spiritual support

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  • Carolyn

    WOW!

    That’s a lot to live up to. Thanks for that “thinking” of fight or flight. Guess I’m not as intense as I thought.

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  • Oscar

    I’ve never been so entertained reading an article. You’ve inspired me to be dangerously Intense and NEVER to give up. The greatest truth I’ve learnt from this is; no man can attain intensity without connecting to his REAL father, the master of intensity – JESUS CHRIST. I believe your write ups are being inspired by the Holy Spirit. I pray that God will continue to use you to change lives. God Bless You.

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  • Christy

    JESUS is the greatest (greatest is not even good enough) example!!!!

    If we could even remotely, not even in the same realm, be as intense as him, success would be our only option!

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  • Monique Rene

    I am intense!

    You should see me at the gym!! LOL Talk about “intense!”
    I lose my membership this week. I’ve been working out for
    over 28 years.

    Now it’s “crazy” time.

    Thank you Preston, God Bless

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  • Cindy Cioffi

    Preston,

    God knows our hearts!! When He wills us His intentions, (instructions), we’ll know it…sense it…feel it…go for it…RUN W/IT!!!!!!
    He’s longing for us to know His heart!!

    Thanks, Cynny

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  • James P Chestnut

    I have never laughed so hard at anything I have ever read but it’s all true. Either decide to do something or get out the way, cause I’m coming through. I used to wonder why everybody looked at me so hard when I walked into a room until I realized, it’s because they wish they were me. (As confident As me not me personally…or maybe…Nah!)
    Step 8 = Believe in yourself because you know God has your back! Always!
    I recently got rid of an anchor that was holding me back because she kept saying, “You’re too loud!” I’m 6’5″ and an athletic 265 lbs. There’s nothing soft spoken about me. Everybody knows I’m in a room without me saying a word and when I do talk, people either listen or move out the way. (I am a big humble guy that loves the Lord, who is the author and finisher of my faith.)
    This was fun.
    Thank You!

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  • Bill

    Unfortunately your article is right on! Too many men run in their own circles and don’t have the nerve to say no when they need to and yes when they need to. I see so many real estate investors who are afraid to let anyone know what they do. They are afraid of picking up the telephone or going door to door to find leads. I could name so many other fears I see. Most of them are illogical and there is no evidence of reality. I was fearful when I started investing but I decided to tackle my fears head on.

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  • Marquita

    Hey Preston:
    Did enjoy what you said about
    Intensity thanks for sharing those
    Words of wisdom as an entrepreneur
    I have to stay positive and to reach higher for my goals.
    Aloha Marquita

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  • Templar

    Stop quoting Jesus. He was the falsified, weak, wuss version of Emperor Titus. Its make you a wuss to refer to a myth.

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  • Ron

    know that you can do what you want to do. believe in yourself and that God will help you and that God wants me to live abundantly. Remember ” ask and it shall be given…” and “faith without deeds is dead.” part of that action being allowing God to help you.

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  • Ryan

    When awarded the Wake Up Wealthy course (not “if”, because wealth, prosperity and freedom are already mine. It’s only a matter of time) I will use the information to transform into a business building, deal doing, ninja marketing, unicorn hunting, poverty smashing, he-man woman hating church group leading (group for just dudes who want to know/rediscover what it actually means to be a man in the eyes of Jesus (mad points for a Little Rascals reference)) philanthropic badass who roams the streets with superhero powers to replace frowns with smiles, grumbling bellies with warm meals and clean beds for dirty heads.

    Why…?

    Because I’ve served in the US Navy for the last 8 years and while it has been my utmost honor and pleasure to do so, it’s now time to serve my family whom I’ve been away from for 12 years. We recently lost our father, who celebrated 50 years of marriage with my mom just one month prior to his death.

    Unfortunately, he left her with $400,000+ of debt on a retirement that…well let’s say it ain’t much. She is overwhelmed with death and debt, while there’s nothing I can do about his passing, having four sisters and being the only male in the family (yes, you can feel sorry for me now) it’s my obligation to ensure her financial survival.

    Simply, I will eradicate all her debt and restore a mother’s life.

    “Honor thy Mother and Father”

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  • Dennis Parker

    Hey preston you’re really a teacher /servant of God using the natural to sometimes teach the spiritual

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  • Robert Hunter

    WOW! Thank you Preston. I so enjoy when you give us really good thoughts and provoking comments to inspire us and have the ability to make us laugh at ourselves, because it is so true!! Then you give us really good insight and a game plan of steps to examine and “take action”. Again, I enjoyed it my man.

    Robert

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  • lisa

    No pain no gain!

    Unless your dead, you keep pushing!

    That should be number 9 because Mrs. Linda said number 8 best!

    LindaReply

    Step 8 believe in yourself. God will help you, but you have to ask him and then let him.

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  • Shirley

    OK. So I get what you’re saying and I actually agree with you. That is except for the part about killing your dog. Poor Fido had nothing to do with your misfortune. You can own that one yourself. Come on,buck up. Take some responsibility here. Yes, intensity is a great thing, definitely an asset to add to our personal growth arsenal. But what of it? One can have enough pent up intensity to blast the roof off a house, or fuel a space rocket to Pluto. But until that energy is harnessed, you’re still one sorry trained seal at the circus waiting to perform. Ah, action, that’s the game plan! Integrating the words with the emotions,and the emotions with the deeds. A forward motion of the wheel works better than idling or reverse for success.And that’s my answer.

    So here’s my question to you: So if you’re not 73 (and I didn’t believe that for a minute)how old are you? A little honesty goes a long way to develop credibility. Thanks for the info, and the opportunity.

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  • Sue Lasseter

    BE INTENSE! Find a leader to follow, be a leader for someone to follow, and we need to always follow Jesus..
    Preston, if people are offended and don’t laugh when reading your blogs, then I don’t want him/her to follow me. Something is wrong.

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  • abdolhamid

    Dear Gentleman
    Best greetings,I did really enjoyed your article about A&B individuals.
    What is your opinion about the enviroment around &social impact re. to decision making?
    I’m living in a society with broken economy under sanctions &stupid authorities don’t know how to do their duties.
    No body can get clear decision rulling their lives.
    I’m living in Iran.i.republic.
    wish you all the best&great success.

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    • Judy

      I’m glad you enjoyed th71;#8211;it&#82si&s a lovely and thought-provoking poem. While Tolkien’s style (which I also enjoy) was more common in the early part of the 19th century, I think his brilliance was unusual for any time. I appreciate that he properly attributes our ability to imagine and sub-create as a gift of God, as you pointed out!

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  • Glenn E. Fleming

    Thanks, Preston, for another enlightening, affirming, and validating blog 🙂 As far as the eighth step, I’ll say to take care of yourself (mind, body, and spirit). Regardless, thanks again !

    Glenn

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  • Robert

    I have observed that over the crsuoe of making a relationship with real estate entrepreneurs, you’ll be able to get them to understand that, in most real estate deal, a fee is paid. All things considered, FSBO sellers tend not to save the fee. Rather, they try to earn the commission simply by doing a agent’s task. In completing this task, they commit their money along with time to carry out, as best they are able to, the jobs of an agent. Those assignments include uncovering the home by way of marketing, introducing the home to buyers, constructing a sense of buyer desperation in order to induce an offer, scheduling home inspections, taking on qualification inspections with the lender, supervising maintenance, and aiding the closing.

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  • Vince Fruto(The Observer )

    Hmmm..I’m not sure…is it Be Open, Trust or believe in yourself? Follow the light? Hahaha I can’t figure it out…i would love to know what’s the 8th step ..my icloud messenger is vincedavid_1697@yahoo.com (don’t have a phone) -__- Observe.think.find and follow

    09-16-97
    VIRGO-likes it to be exacting
    What does it mean when you see 10’s over and over?

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  • Mike

    What the hell this had to be thebmost stupid thing I have ever gone through I thought all those questions didn’t make a lick of sence in other words stupid!

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  • Marc

    FYI It’s been dubbed ” threshhold”, or so I learned from Anthony Robbins. Defined as that moment at which one says to oneself with incredible intensity
    “SOMEHAS TO CHANGE. AND I HAVE TO CHANGE IT!!!!”

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  • Casey

    I need to do. What I have been doing for a long time and that’s Chang e my life by haveing fire in my eyes And stop getting frustrated and angry just be me

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    • Casey

      This is what I have to say to you is fuck off my balls are bigger than yours will ever be. I didn’t read your whole story becouse of the way you pertray me. So obviously you are blind stupid or just don’t know nothing about being a real man. You already have money so you can sit there and judge me all you want, but I don’t give a fuck what you think becouse obviously you don’t know how to use your head. Your just like a lot of other Guys that think with their dick instead of your brain. How do you like it when then tables are turned and someone is judging you? HUH?

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  • Chris Martinez

    Preston, amazing job! I am The Chris Martinez, and I will succeed because I believe in myself and I believe in Jesus. I know he loves me and wants me to succeed too! I can’t do it without him and understanding that allows me to give him all the glory! Intensity without purpose is like a moth around a lightbulb, expending lots of energy on activities that are not fruitful. We all need a purpose and we need guidance! Humble yourself enough to ask for help and guidance, then do it with intensity!

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  • Sue

    Hi Preston,
    I was reluctant to.take this quiz because personally I’ve never thought alpha was used in conjunction with the female persuasion. I realized it was you who was administering it and believe it or not i was rather entertained by the content of this email and quiz.I’m sure there’s a message or lesson in all this which you refer to as intensity take away. At least there is something learned here even if you don’t get the big prize. Although this is a great way to evaluate which people on your email list are actually opening and paying attention and responding to it in the first place. Happy holidays to you.

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  • James Robinson

    Hello, I was unable to mark my answers, to your questions.
    Very, benificail information. Wished I was able to leave you my answers.
    Your course would be very useful with new different opinions and ways of meaningful excution of productive procedures.

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  • Wayne

    Great Read !! Be A Humble Leader & Be Passionet about IT ! The Masses Will Follow &. Wonder What Does He I Have That I Don’t !? 🙏👍🙏

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  • lj

    It is called freedom of speech! If you don’t like it, not his fault. He can talk about Jesus and anything he wants to, it is his site. This is suppose to be about work/destiny/wealth. I’ll say a prayer for you. I sincerely hope that you do find your happiness, freedom and wealth though!

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  • Bob Askey

    #8 “We become what we think about.” Earl Nightingale came up with this great truth over 60 years ago. Think about winning, and you will win. The same goes for thinking positively about prosperity, friendships, your better inner circle, the loves of your life, or anything else imaginable. Think about your life in a positive way, and you will become a positive winner.

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  • Frank

    Some good points here but WAY too much Intensity is just as bad as way too little. Wisdom and nature demand BALANCE. Hiring somebody to beat you up daily so as to try to prove you’re a tough guy just shows a masochistic egomaniac side. Get professional help ASAP please. And taking 17 seconds to decide to invest in an online gambling operation you don’t know is legal or not is quite reckless and irresponsible. Not to mention you’re contributing to compulsive gambling which is already a huge problem that destroys individuals and their families. You sure you asked JC about that one? And do you really want your kids to grow up that reckless? Kids copy what they see especially from their fathers. May you seek and may God give you TRUE wisdom.

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