KING - The price of being great

There is a certain cost to being great. Right now it's $1200. That's the price of KING. How much would you pay to be great in the field of your endeavor? Probably thousands of dollars more, right? So yes, that means that KING is still undervalued, but I can live with that. Two years ago, its price was $600 and it was still too expensive for some people. It was too expensive for the people who were afraid to be great. And two years from now, if I am still offering it, there will still be people like that. You can bet on that. The price of KING will most likely be different, though

Yes, some people are afraid of success. That's because success requires them to change, sometimes radically, and most people hate to change. Even those who live miserable "lives of quiet desperation" (to borrow from Thoreau), and perhaps especially those. After a while you get used to living like that so much that it feels too comfortable to abandon it. Plus, you get to blame everything and everyone for your misery. Ain't that grand? Just check a trading forum or two to see if I am wrong. People are also afraid of failure, so often so that they even don't try to change. And if you are afraid to change and even afraid to try to change, you are stuck. Sadly,  sometimes even for life. In both cases, what we are dealing with is resistance to embrace new ideas, new perspectives, new outlook on life.

But it does not have to be like that. All it takes to make things different is to alter your thinking, to change your perspective: a failure is a great testimony that you tried, and so is a success. Hence, trying is all you need to do. Trying and not worrying about the outcome. Commit yourself to never give up trying and you will be doing better than most.

I like to quote these lines (sometimes attributed to Goethe): 

"Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one's favor all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance, which no man could have dreamed would have come his way. Whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now."

So what's so special about KING that it costs $1200? Nothing, except that it works. And it is still less expensive than most other emini trading courses in its class. It works because it is based on sound ideas. It works for people who don't need anything special. It works for those who take it seriously and apply themselves. If you believe that you can be like that, you may find out that it will work for you too. There are no guarantees, of course, but guarantees are for suckers, and they don't work. Yes, I do realize that saying so that bluntly is not the best way to increase my bottom line, but I can live with that, too. So, while there are no guarantees here, just like there are no guarantees in life in general, there is plenty of evidence on this site that KING works. Quite likely, it's more than its competition can provide. Just take a closer look at it and I am sure you will agree with me. 

Is KING right for you? Well, here is a good list of characteristics I want my clients to have: 

1. You must be open to new ideas 
2. You must thrive on challenge
3. You must be anxious to succeed
4. You must be willing to take personal responsibility 
5. You must be willing to work hard 

If after reading these five points you think "I am not that person," then KING is probably not for you. On the other hand, if you are that person, you stand a good chance to become like quite a few of my very successful clients. For only $1200, the price of being great... 

To be great, you need to allow yourself to be great, you need to recognize and embrace your resistance instead of ignoring it. The most successful people are not necessarily only the most driven ones, but also those capable of self-reflection, capable of discerning what limits them.