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SUBJECT: THIS is what attracts money like crazy (you might be surprised)

I’ve discovered something that attracts money like a high-powered electric magnet on steroids.

Now before you think good ole DD has finally lost what little sanity he had left, allow me to pontificate.

No woo woo, new agey, pseudo-scientific BS. We're talking about something quite pragmatic that can be measured with MRIs and all that other high-tech stuff.

And this is P-O-W-E-R-F-U-L.

Seriously… before you even do one lick of work in your business, you GOTTA understand this secret.

Cuz it’ll amplify your results EXPONENTIALLY.

It’s all revealed HERE on the newest episode of Off The Chain.

All the best,
Doberman Dan

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Prepare yourself for the uncensored, nothing held back, no BS reality of how business and life really work. Doberman Dan is off the chain.

Dan: Hey, Jonathan, good to be back. How you doing, brother?

Jonathan: I missed you so much, Dan. I can't believe it's been a week.

Dan: Me too. It seems like it's been forever. Hey, let's talk science. You want to do that? Did you pay attention in science class?

Jonathan: No, no.

Dan: Yeah, neither did I. I found it extremely boring. If it didn't have anything to do with music, I was not interested. I'm interested now, though, because I've discovered that all life is energy. Every nerve impulse in your body, it's an electric current. We know this because we can measure it. Guys with all kinds of initials after the names in white lab coats and stuff, they can measure this stuff.
So, no woo woo, new agey, pseudo-scientific BS here. We're talking about science that can be measured, and they measure this stuff. And what they’ve figured out is, when you're healthy, every cell in your body is like a mini-battery. Well, actually not “like” a minute. It is a mini-battery pumping out 70 to 90 millivolts, every cell in your body. And so, interesting little factoid—death is the absence of electrical activity in the brain.
Anyhoo, I said all this side stuff to basically just reinforce what I said in the beginning that all life is energy, and, energy, it's neither good nor bad. It just is. The results it produces depend on what frequency and amplitude you use and how you use it. For example, the same energy the physical therapist uses to stimulate your muscles with a TENS unit. Have you ever seen those things?

Jonathan: No.

Dan: Now you can get them at Walgreens or whatever, a little TENS unit. I don't know if it's the same thing as [03:00] therapists and doctors use but, it runs on a battery and you stick these, one of those things, they stick on your chest to measure your heart, those little…

Jonathan: Oh, like the EKG-like things? Yeah.

Dan: Yeah, you stick something like that and hook these leads up to it, and it sends out this small electrical charge. And, frankly, I don't know how it helps with your pain, but it does for a lot of people. It helps with pain. Somehow it interrupts the nerve flow or the energy, speaking about, the little 70 to 90 millivolts being dinged out of each cell, it somehow interrupts that with the pain message and helps your pain.
So, a good thing there using that energy that way, but the same electricity that a TENS unit uses is the same electricity that is used to execute people in electric chairs. Same energy, different use. The same laser that the US Navy uses to shoot down missiles is the same energy used to improve your vision with LASIK surgery or used by plastic surgeons to remove facial hair and wrinkles or, I guess, remove hair from any other part of the body that you want to remove hair from. Again, the difference is just frequency and amplitude.
So, why, you ask, am I telling you this, right? Isn't that what you were about to ask? I could see that--

Jonathan: Yeah.

Dan: --on your face. You're a good straight man. You've played right into all my stuff with no preparation. Not sending you any notes in advance. So, what does this have to do with [us - 04:47]? Why am I talking about this on a business podcast? Well, it's simple. Money is just a form of energy. And, more accurately, its energy that attracts it.
And, now before you think old DD, double D, Doberman Dan has finally lost what little sanity he had left, allow me to pontificate. It's actually quite pragmatic and it can be measured with MRIs and all that other high-tech stuff.

So, here's a true story that demonstrates what I'm saying. It's all about a friend and fellow entrepreneur who asked that his identity be kept secret, so let's call him Mark. Back when the original Superman movie came out, the one with Christopher Reeve, they released this Superman action figure, and Mark was…I don't know how old he was at the time. What did he say? I think he told me he was eight. He wanted that Superman action figure really bad. But the problem was his family was poor. His mom could barely afford to put food on the table, let alone buy toys. And so, [06:00] here was this eight-year-old immigrant. They came over from Venezuela and barely spoke English, but every day he went to that toy store and looked at that action figure. Now, that's what action figure, that's what us macho guys call them, action figures.

Jonathan: Dolls.

Dan: But it’s just a doll, right? We're too macho for that. It's knowns as an action figure.

Jonathan: With kung fu grip.

Dan: Lifelike hair and kung fu grip. I'm really dating myself now. I had a GI Joe with lifelike hair and kung fu grip, and his dog tag, when you pulled it out, it said, “I have a tough assignment for you,” when you pulled it all the way. And so, I always pulled it out and that's all it ever said, “I have a tough assignment for you.” I didn't realize there were little colors along that string that it was attached to that you pulled out and, when you stopped at the different colors, he said other stuff. It was years before I--

Jonathan: Wow.

Dan: --figured that out. Totally off the topic. Anyway, back to my friend, my anonymous friend, Mark. This guy, he really wanted that doll. I mean, he practically meditated on that doll and one day he just finally made a decision. He just decided, I will have that doll. I don't have the money, but that's no problem. I just have to figure out how to get it. So, key point right there.

Anyway, he made a decision that he was going to have that doll. Actually, he made a commitment to get that doll. The “how” wasn’t known yet, but that just didn't matter. You see, the commitment and bullheaded stubborn unwavering will to accomplish something and never give up until it's accomplished, “that” is the important part, because, again, we're talking about energy today, because it changes the energy in your brain and body. Again, no woo woo stuff. This can easily be measured and documented. And this, that energy affects your actions.
And, by the way, if it's strong enough that it can affect your actions, it's strong enough to affect the actions of others, but that is a quantum physics lesson for another time.
So, when you do that and you experience that energy change, gone are the doubts that the hesitancy, the “I'm not good enough gone”, gone is the lack of clarity and vision. Instead, you just forge ahead like a damn torpedo’s “full speed ahead” attitude, in spite of the fear, in spite of the obstacles. In fact, you just smash through them like a steamroller on steroids and crystal meth. Can you imagine that?

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[09:22] Anyhoo, back to my story. Actually, it's not my story. Back to the story of Mark as told to moi. Every day after school like clockwork, my friend was in that toy store staring at that doll. And, finally, in his broken Spanglish, he introduced himself to the store owner and he said, “I want that Superman doll, but I don't have any money. What can I do to get it?” and the store owner told him if he kept showing up—key point there—if he kept showing up every day after school, the store owner would put him to work doing stuff like sweeping the floor, cleaning the bathrooms, helping stock shelves, stuff like that.

Really, he could have told Mark that he wanted him to clean every inch of the entire floor, every frickin’ day with a toothbrush, because the “how” didn't matter. He had made a decision—strike that—he’d made a commitment that he was going to have that doll and he would not be denied, and he was willing to do whatever it took to get it.
So, after a month of doing this grunt work at the toy store every day, he was finally compensated with—ra da da da—the Superman doll. Excuse me, the Superman action figure. I have a tough assignment for you.
And, anyhoo, one of the many things I find enlightening in that story is this: The energy of an eight year old kid influenced a grown man to help that kid accomplish his goals, a poor, eight-year-old immigrant kid whose mother was a drug addict and so they barely had money to eat. That energy from that little tiny body influenced a grown man to help that kid accomplish this goal. And “that”, my dear, dear listener, is the power of energy, your energy, energy that you control, energy produced by simply making a resolute, unwavering, whatever-it-takes commitment, it's as simple as that.

Listen, I want you to be successful, however you define that. I want you to achieve your goals and dreams. I want you to have a spectacular life. And, in fact, I've made a commitment to help a few salt of the earth people on this planet to do that, well, people who've got the balls to commit to their dreams, like little, eight-year-old, immigrant Mark in this story. [12:00] And, if that's you and it can be you if you simply make that decision, just like my friend in the story, then I'm going to help you achieve all your dreams and probably faster than you could ever possibly do it on your own.
And I'm explaining everything at FameForProfit.com. We were just talking about that J.R., how that came about and what I've learned from this process, but all the details are up there.

Jonathan: And the Colombiana kicking your butt.

Dan: Oh my gosh, yeah, so there's that part, the Colombiana, my wife. God bless her. She's a wonderful person. We've been together 15 years, but I'm discovering all kinds of things about her that I guess I didn't really know before. So, she's decided that she's going to start working in the business and she has, and she's learning all the tools, the shopping cart stuff, the email stuff.
What’s scary is she's reading my stuff and listening to my podcast, and the first thing she said was, “So, what's the goal of the podcast?”
I’m like, You know, I'm sharing information and information that I believe in.
And she said, “Yeah, but this is a business, right? What's the goal of the business?”
I’m like, Well, it's to make money.
She says, “And the podcast is a part of your platform to support that.” Here she is almost quoting me chapter and verse, right?

Jonathan: No kidding.

Dan: I’m like, yeah…
And then she’s like, So, if it's part of the platform to support it, why are you not monetizing yet?

I’m like, Well, uh I’m baby bobby bubby bee… Actually, I'm just being totally transparent, I was kind of pissed at first, like, How dare she? I've got a quarter of a century experienced in direct response marketing and who is she to question me? And when I got past all that ego stuff, I realized she's right. I'm not doing everything I should be doing to monetize this podcast and so that hurts my business, but, even worse, thousands of people listen to this podcast and are looking to me as an example. So, I've got the responsibility to maximize my investment of time in my business, but now I’ve got people looking to me as an example, so I had to agree with that. I’ve got to step up my game, brutha.

Jonathan: Yeah, buddy.

Dan: So, consider this a direct call to action in the podcast, man. Yeah, this is infotainment, but it's part of supporting a business.

Jonathan: Dan, what was it, “Fortune for Profit”? Like, “for”?

Dan: It’s fame.

Jonathan: Fame?

Dan: Yeah, fame for profit, not the letter four. It’s actually F-A-M-E-F-O-R profit [15:00] dot com.

Jonathan: Got it. Fame for Profit. And now the Columbia is making you work for your money. I agree. If you're not getting paid, why do it?

Dan: Exactly. And you've made all kinds of suggestions of things I should be doing and I just kind of like, Eh, you know, I think I’m just going to keep talking about stuff I want to talk about, just do it like I want to do it. Well, you know, woulda shoulda coulda, I should have listened to you also. I'm listening now.

Jonathan: I think I'm happy the Colombiana joined on board. But you know what it really comes down to? You're that artist type and then this seems like work. That's too corporate for me, man, making money off my stuff.

Dan: You know…so, yeah. I mean, you picked up on that. Yeah, that was the whole goal. I only wanted to be an artist. I never want to go into business. And the podcast has been fun for me. It is fun for me, I should say, and it's a way to riff and have little fun, and I would love to be funny. I try to share my sense of humor, which probably most people don't get. So, I do enjoy doing this.
So, I don't know. I guess maybe I looked at this a little bit too much like art. I was always here to support the business and support my celebrity authority positioning, and part of my platform, but if it's part of the business, it's part of making money. Then you—“you”. Excuse me for preaching. I should be looking in the mirror when I say this. Yeah, I’m pointing the finger at me.

Jonathan: You'll be listening to this later, right? So, you're actually giving yourself a pep talk when you hear it.

Dan: I'm talking to myself. “I” should be doing everything I can to extract the maximum amount of money from all my efforts and this podcast is one of them. Hence, I shared what I feel is some pretty damn kickass life-changing information with you, but, yeah, bruthas and sistas, there was a direct call to action for the people who were ready.

Jonathan: And what do you have coming up for us next time?

Dan: I’ve got a question for you the next time: Are you part of the in crowd?

Jonathan: I'm thinking. Am I? No. All right, next time. All right, Canine Crew, thank you, guys and girls, for tuning in. We'll be back in your earbuds next time.

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