Posted by Mitch Mitchell on Nov 17, 2008
Well, of all things, my wife got me into this one, so I’m sharing it with you. As we’re getting older, we’re both finding ourselves sometimes forgetting some of the smaller things. I used to never forget almost anything, until I turned 28, when I started taking on more and more responsibilities as my career began to take off. She’s pretty sharp herself. But, hey, it comes along with getting older, as you’re still trying to accumulate as much information as before, but your mind has to allow for you to forget other things, and often it’s current stuff, such as “why did I go to the kitchen?”
Anyway, while at work on Friday, she downloaded some report off the internet and sent it to herself here at home. Then she sent it on to me and asked me to take a look through it. It’s called The Shocking Truth About Your Memory, and it’s basically a 16-page report written by a guy named Sten Anderson who talks about memory issues, then gives some tips on how to work on those issues.
Now, the good thing is that he doesn’t give you lots of physiologic information as to why your memory is failing, although I did read a news story on why we forget things. Instead, he points out some things that I hate to admit are true, telling mini stories to highlight the topic, and yeah, there’s a lot of fluff until you get to the meat, but it’s entertaining stuff.
Finally he gets to what he says are 12 questions that will start you on your way to having a better memory when it comes to facts. I’m only going to give you the first three, because I have an ulterior motive here; of course you knew that already. Anyway, here are the first three questions:
1. Where did it come from?
w. What caused it?
3. What history or record has it?
Now, I don’t know if that’s enough of a teaser, but it’s all you’re getting from me. Here’s the deal. You see that this report, The Shocking Truth About Your Memory, is a link. It links to one of those pages that asks you for your name and email address. It’s connected to Clickbank, and of course that means this is my Clickbank link. The report is free, so it won’t cost you anything, but the truth is that I’ve yet to ever have anyone click on one of my Clickbank links; at least I’ve never seen a statistic saying anyone has ever clicked on one. Because it’s free, I don’t mind asking you, if you’re even a little bit interested, in clicking on the link.
I’ll even tell you this much; the reason the report is free is because Andersen is hoping you’ll be enticed enough to purchase, by clicking another link within the report, his full ebook on the subject, or the ebook and 4-hour audio files. My wife was ready to click on it, but, since she already clicked on it at work, I can’t get a piece of it anymore. But that’s not the issue here. I need to see if this bad boy will work, if Clickbank is really recording clicks, and, I’m really curious to see if I earn anything off this bad boy if someone clicks on the links. I’ve been reading lately that some people have been saying Clickbank hasn’t been recording all their clicks, so I’d like to see for myself. And, as I said, I wouldn’t ask for it if it weren’t free.
So, take a chance, use your second email address, click on The Shocking Truth About Your Memory link, and request the report. You’ll be helping me test something, it costs you nothing, and who knows, you just might learn a thing or two. Thanks!