Miscellaneous Ramblings – Law of Attraction Edition

Charity 0-Lifting Clinic

Stephen Fung’s girlfriend, Kelly Frankson, is hosting two Charity O-lifting Clinics next Saturday, Nov. 1. The first clinic will be from 12-3 and will break down the clean and jerk into its individual components. The second clinic will be from 3-5 and will only be open to those who have attended one of the previous clinics and will provide additional skills and drills to improve your lifts and have a video analysis component. The cost is $50 per clinic with all proceeds going towards helping reunite Kelly’s coach with his five year old daughter.

Happy Birthday Zac Johnson – Give Me a Steak

For Zac Johnson’s birthday, he shows you to make money off birthdays. Head on over there and wish Zac a happy B-Day and he’ll enter you into a draw for one of three gift packages from Omaha Steaks. I love steaks.

Anna Meets The Ice Cream Man

Designer, blogger and Mac user Anna Sabino was taking a stroll in downtown Manhattan and came face to face with the Ice Cream Man. This guy has been driving all over the United State giving away free ice cream. So far, he’s giving away over 170,000 and his goal is reach 500,000. I hope some ice cream company is sponsoring him for this.

Law of Attraction Illustrated

Paul Plotrowski of Inspired Money Maker has posted a great article that illustrate the Law of Attraction. For those who don’t understand the Law of Attraction, then you’ll want to check out Paul’s article. It’s well worth the read. I’m going to use the law to acquire the item below.

Housing Shopping In West Vancouver

I went house shopping today. I’ve been doing that a lot lately because the real estate market is crashing (like the stock market). The best time to buy is when everyone is selling. There are tons of bargains out there, especially in the higher end of the market. For example, check out this fine example in West Vancouver’s prestigious Altamont Neighborhood. Originally listed at over $10 million, it can now be yours for only $8,998,000. I’m pretty sure they’ll accept an offer of $8 million.

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Why You Should Follow Me On Twitter

Most of the content for this miscellaneous rambling post came from reader following me on Twitter. If you were following me on Twitter and saw my tweet asking for posts, then you could have been on here too. 😎


48 thoughts on “Miscellaneous Ramblings – Law of Attraction Edition”

  1. @LucidAnna says:

    Hey John,

    Thank you so much for posting my Icecream Man meeting story!
    I follow your site, great stuff and well balanced!

    Anna

    1. Nice home, John… but you know if you bought it you’d have all of the Dot Com Pho crew hanging out there 24/7. lol

      1. Ryan McLean says:

        lol, yea and all the wannabees coming over to try and look as important as them. But that was a really nice house, if only I made 20 million a year I could afford it. :p

      2. That would be a great idea. I might have to just fly up to participate.

      3. Ben Pei says:

        Can’t agree more to that!

  2. Stephen says:

    Thanks for the plug for Kelly. You’ve just helped Canada get one step closer to a medal at 2012 in London 🙂

  3. buzzbishop says:

    If you buy it, I’ll be your Nanny. err .. Manny.

  4. Zac Johnson says:

    thanks for the link john, much appreciated!

  5. Suzie Cheel says:

    I will be watching and following more closely This link is under maintenance_ not sure what that says about LOA

    the view is awesome, I love it

  6. Mike Huang says:

    You could’ve warned us before we downloaded this “HD” video 😀

    -Mike

    1. John Chow says:

      When you’re selling a $9 million house, you should have know it would be HD! 😛

  7. Josten says:

    interesting im going to see what he is talking about via the law of attraction maybe something similiar i was trying to guest blog here

  8. Josten says:

    interesting im going to see what he is talking about via the law of attraction something similiar i was trying to guest blog here

  9. Sean says:

    Wow…7300 sq feet and only 5 bedrooms…that’s pretty opulent, even for West Van! There’s a house near UBC on Deering Island that’s the whole end of a mini-island. It has its own dock and the obligatory swimming pool. It was going for under 5 million which is a bargain compared to the house in the video. I wonder if it’s still for sale? You could probably get it for a bargain now.

  10. Keral Patel says:

    Free Ice creams 😀 Yes someone might be giving in dollars for all that ice cream.

  11. Danny Cooper says:

    A price drop of $1,000,000! That is amazing!

  12. VlogHog says:

    Would they accept a post-dated check for the home in West Vancouver?

  13. If u were following me back, you would have gotten my response 😉 unless you saw it and ignored it. Wait… Now I am not sure which is worse! LOL

  14. mrkbsm says:

    Call me crazy, but I think the people that own the $10million house like white. White car, white walls, white furnishings, white candles, white stairs…. at least there is color on the outside 🙂

  15. Hong Kong says:

    I don’t like the master bedroom. My dream master bedroom would have windows from the floor to ceiling, not such small wall-holes.

  16. BusinessX says:

    I agree McMansions are on the clearance rack. Last week at my leads group, the realtor and mortgage guys were reporting how depressed the market is in new sub-divisions throughout the midwest. Although, at $8-10 million I don’t know if I would consider it a McMansion.

  17. CoolProducts says:

    That house looks amazing, but $10 million? Is real estate pretty pricey in the Vancouver area? I’ve always wanted to visit Vancouver, it looks beautiful.

    1. John Chow says:

      Vancouver is the most expensive city to live in Canada.

  18. Awesome house John. Are you putting in an offer?

  19. Steve says:

    Wow $1 million off thats great!! very nice house.

  20. G says:

    If the law of attraction really exists, then I’ve been doing it wrong the whole time…

  21. Joy Smith says:

    Okay to be honest, I wasn’t impressed with any of it. Well, maybe the fireplace had my attention. I wouldn’t buy it for $8 million.lol

    1. John Chow says:

      It’s not the house that’s expensive, It’s the land. Altamont is a very expensive place to live. Put that house in Neighborhood like Surrey and you’ll get it for $1.5 million

  22. Now if only I could find that extra $10 Million I had laying around the other day. Where did I put that? 🙂

  23. MLRebecca says:

    Awesome post, John! I now have my fill of good reading material, or other useful sites to check out! Thanks for posting!

  24. Kia Soul says:

    Nice house John. Buy it and wait until the price goes up and then sell. That’s easy money if you ask me. 🙂

  25. Caleb says:

    The main thing we need to attract is targeted visitors to our sites 😉

    1. Li Weng says:

      For me, it’s about targeted buyers to my sites.

  26. I’ve heard about the Ice-Cream Man. I wouldn’t have minded seeing him because I love ice-cream [vanilla mostly.]

    As for real estate, my aunt has been a real estate agent for 20+ years & she’s making a killing right now because people are selling their houses like mad.

    And that house is nice!

  27. Arfan says:

    dayummm the house is beautiful, so John you thinking of buying it ??

  28. Inspired Money Maker did a great job on the Law Of Attraction Illustrated, you should go read it.

  29. Sara says:

    I’m only attracted to one thing…….money. Is there a law of attraction for that? 🙂

  30. whateverebay says:

    Just say when and your house warming present will be on its way! 🙂

  31. Nick Harris says:

    So sad what 8 million will buy you in Vancouver. Take that money across the border right now and you could have a 30,000 sq mansion.

    1. Li Weng says:

      Should do it. Just buy a holiday house. Why not?

  32. I think I’m going to concentrate on attracting targeted visitors to my sites. 🙂

  33. Li Weng says:

    That’s a very good article, and a nice blog too! I will start attracting millions of visitors a day.

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