Your Greatest Well-Being
Isn't it true ... many times your desires and needs are in direct, relentless conflict?
For example, you want to stay up late and watch another program ... but you know you need to go to bed and be somewhat coherent the next day.
Or ... you desire that fabulous, two-seater sports car ... the one you've been eyeing for some time (and is now on sale!) ... but you really need a practical, budget-friendly minivan for your family.
No doubt you've your own examples of this desire/need conflict.
Your Greatest Benefits
Do you agree: your desires are many times not better or more important than what you truly need?
Even if you focus on what you need, your needs have different priorities, right?
While you may really need a textbook, computer upgrade, or another car ... that become completely irrelevant when you're hit by an eighteen-wheeler, requiring immediate professional care.
Will you then care about your other "needs"?
Is it possible that your desires and even your perceived needs can cloud what you truly need?
For you to have the greatest benefits in your life, it has to be in relation to what you truly need ... not necessarily what you want or even perceive you may need.
This letter directs you to your greatest benefits because it's related to your greatest well-being.
Your Greatest Value
Would you like to have these benefits for the best possible price ... one that cannot be lower?
Zip, Zero, Zilch
You may be wondering what this is all about. Is it some gimmick? Can I really get the greatest benefits for absolutely nothing?
The answer is a resounding YES!
Not only will you have the greatest value because it doesn't cost you anything ... it also has the greatest value because it's related to your greatest well-being.
What are the famous strings, you may ask?
There are no strings attached. There's no need for cancellation or refund. No need to fill out any credit card information.
You can have it for FREE as much as GRATIS can be!
Wouldn't you want to go for that?
I mean ... really want to go for that?
Not only will you have the greatest benefits for the greatest value, but you'll also have ...
Your Greatest Profit
What do you consider your greatest profit? Is it only related to money or possessions? Is it health? What about true, genuine, deep, and lasting happiness? Are you able to put a price on that?
As you got older, hasn't your answer changed multiple times as to what you consider most important and most valuable?
When you weren't even two years old, what was your favorite "I'll-never-give-up" toy or stuffed animal? Do you even remember? Would you've exchanged it if someone had offered you a $100,000 check? I don't think so ... you didn't know the value of $100,000.
Throughout the years, what you considered most important and most profitable changed along the way. Will it not still change?
What about the following analogy ...
Imagine being stranded in the desert, dragging yourself along the way ... fighting the blazing heat ... and looking for something to quench your parched lips.
Then ... all of a sudden ... you spot a large, blue sports bag. You run to it as fast as your legs can still take you, hoping to find a water bottle. As you open the bag, you're sorely disappointed ... it just contains five hundred dollars.
Would one water bottle not have been much more profitable ... to carry on, trying to make it through the scorching desert?
While this is a far-fetched analogy ... don't assume you'll end up stranded in the desert ... it certainly makes the point that your greatest profit relates to your immediate greatest well-being.
So ... here's the ultimate question ... what's your greatest well-being?
The Choice Is up to You!
Whatever it is ... shouldn't you wholeheartedly pursue it? Wouldn't you, otherwise, do yourself a great disservice, to say the least!
As you saw with the "eighteen-wheeler illustration," needed immediate care ... or the "desert analogy," being sorely disappointed ... your greatest well-being seems to be dependent on your circumstances, doesn't it?
You didn't need a water bottle when the eighteen-wheeler hit you ... right?
What if ...
There truly is your greatest well-being that never changes, is always true ... no matter how old or young ... or what kind of circumstances you're in?
If that were so ... wouldn't you want the greatest benefits for the greatest value, having the greatest profit ... all because it's related to your greatest well-being?
Wouldn't it be foolish for you to ignore or reject that?
One Last Note ...
While "your greatest well-being" is absolutely free, there's an "instruction manual" (an E-book) that you can either buy for less than a Starbucks coffee ... being far more worth than all the Starbucks coffees in the world ... or you can GET IT FOR FREE!!!
What are you waiting for?
Don't deprive yourself any longer!