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How To Turn Bad Times Into Good Times

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Bootcamp for personal reinvention

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When you think about money, what thoughts come to mind first?

For far too many people, money brings up fear, worry, concern, conflict, failure, disappointment, and stress.

Especially these days.

However, money doesn't need to bring these associations to mind -- if you learn the principles associated with having "the golden touch."

You've seen people with this ability -- people who are always able to turn bad times into good times, no matter what the times -- and in very little time. How do they consistently strike it rich?

There are many immutable "golden rules" at work that I've found to be part of a great many success stories -- and use myself.

From the beginning of my career in advertising -- as a senior VP at age 26 -- I've been teased for having a golden touch. I've since morphed my career a few times -- from CLIO-award-winning ad girl to TV writer to writer-book packager.

For the last 10 years, I've been coaching individuals and companies on how to use my "golden rules" for extreme success -- so they can experience the golden touch in all they do.

New York's exclusive Soho House brought me in once a month to give seminars to their already-highly successful membership base. My seminars became so popular that soon I had standing-room-only crowds -- with people being turned away at the door!

I'm excited to be bringing my "golden rules" to Minyanville -- and sharing the wealth these tips can bring with all you Minyans!

You'll find my tips are very different than the norm -- because they're a hybrid of:

1. The quantum physics philosophies found in The Secret (spirituality/positive-thinking strategies)

2.
The successful business secrets of millionaires (marketing/capitalism strategies)

My book for women in the corporate world -- called How to Succeed in Business Without a Penis -- earned high marks from such high-powered women as Arianna Huffington, Geraldine Laybourne -- and even Madonna.

Yes, Madonna!

As I said in my book: "A woman doesn't need a penis to succeed -- just balls." And cajones I have -- for sure. I saw Madonna dining in LA's Mondrian Hotel, and approached her with my book. She read the cover, laughed, then passed it among her dinner companions -- while gushing over how much she loved the title.

I told her something about the business advice it contained. When I was finished, she grabbed my arm and said: "God bless you!" So, I've actually been blessed by Madonna! I later reported the exchange to a friend in PR, who planted a funny short piece about it in the New York Daily News, which created extra buzz -- and an extra 50,000 book sales.

So a good pair of balls can definitely help to get your career rolling faster -- whether you're a man or a woman!

You can expect more quirky stories to come, delivering home my "golden touch" approach.

My goal: I want to give you sky-rocketing-success strategies to help you transform your monetary blueprint into a monetary "goldprint"!

Starting next Monday, and every week from then on, you'll find a new installment from me, plus a homework assignment for you. I'll check back later in the week to answer any questions you post, and to synthesize your feedback.

You can learn more about my approach at www.notsalmon.com
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© Karen Salmansohn

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