- Product highlight
- Brainpower tip
- Time tip
- Finance tip
- Security tip
- Health tip/Fitness tip
- Thought for the day
1. Product Highlight
|Pay less for
insurance (much less)|
We've talked in previous issues how to slash fuel
consumption. People implementing those suggestions can realistically
expect to spend about $200 a year on fuel, at today's prices.
That still leaves you with automobile insurance.
For less than $25, you can obtain our course on how to reduce your
automobile insurance premiums to about as low as humanly possible.
There is a 99.999% chance this course will pay
for itself several times over, shortly after you complete it and get
off the phone with your agent.|
Ten reasons to buy this course and know this material:
10. Most people pay too much for the wrong insurance--you want a
good value and good coverage.
9. Bad insurance choices can create major stress.
8. Having this knowledge allows you to focus other things, with a
rightful sense of security at a reasonable cost.
7. This course is a lot quicker than sitting through a semester of
6. This course focuses on what you really need to know, in a way
you can understand.
5. A bad insurance decision can haunt you for the rest of your
life. The right decision frees you to enjoy your life.
4. This knowledge helps you make the right decisions.
3. Doing things in the way that's right for you saves time and
2. By taking this course, you gain insight into specifics of
getting the right insurance at the right price.
and the number one reason to buy this course and learn this
1. You owe it to yourself to know this information. Why limit
yourself to being at risk or spending too much, when this knowledge
can put you in charge?
2. Brainpower tip
Paul Rosenberg just keeps coming up with more
stupidity-defying stuff. His Conspiracy Hunt 2007 Results piece is simply
wonderful. You'll enjoy it and probably benefit from his insight.|
http://www.veraverba.com/ and look for "Important Links" on the
While the stupidity epidemic continues to rage, you do
not have to become afflicted. In fact, you can "infect" other people
with brainpower. Feel free to write me with your tips on how to do that--I'd
like to share them with your fellow readers.
3. Time Tip
4. Finance tip
In past issues, I've pointed out the enormous tax
load Americans carry thanks to an out of control, unaccountable federal
government. This problem isn't unique to the USA--but it is profound
Most people think of their annual
federal income tax filing as their "tax." But the reality is the amount
on your 1040 is a fraction of your tax load.
In past issues of this eNL, we've looked at the
larger picture and shown that one of your largest taxes is the National
Sales Tax. Many Americans incorrectly believe there is no National Sale
Tax in the USA. This belief has negative consequences that are
far-reaching and profound.
Despite the fact we already have a National Sales Tax, some people
object to the Fair Tax as "adding" a national sales tax. Rather than
adding another layer of taxation, the Fair Tax would remove a costly and
A new book by Neal Boortz and John Linder can help you help others
"exit the Matrix" and overcome the brainwashing. The book is
FairTax: The Truth: Answering the Critics
by Neal Boortz and John Linder (Paperback
- Feb 12, 2008).
This book helps show the American wage earner that there’s still hope of
eliminating an outdated,
corrupt, and punitive income tax system that is run by outdated,
corrupt, and punitive people who have shown they should not be trusted
with anything that has anything to do with math or money.
5. Security tip
Here is an excellent video:|
6. Health tip/Fitness tips
The most common New Year's Resolution is "lose
weight." What people actually mean by this is "reduce body fat" or "get
in shape." By about this time each year, 98% of the folks who made that
resolution are still waiting to make a serious start on keeping it. This
article explains how to make that start:|
- Apples are more efficient than caffeine in at
waking you up in the morning. So is finding a dead body in your hallway
as you stagger toward the kitchen. But most people prefer the apple or
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8. Thought for the Day
Stupidity is a state of mind.|
Wishing you the best,
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