MillionaireX1 is a Much Better Product Than the Secret

First of all the Secret is one of the poorest products on the Law of Attraction even though it out sold all products on the Law of Attraction before it and experts predict it will out sell all of them combined. In fact the first version of the Secret had only one teacher that actually knew the Law of Attraction but was cut out due to contractual reasons. Though everyone involved in the Secret knew of the Law of Attraction. They did not know the Law of Attraction besides Abraham & Hicks who actually knew the law of attraction but again were cut out do to contractual reasons.

The Secret tells you to act like you already have what you want which goes against your ego. I am not saying the Secret is a terrible product as it has introduced many people to the Law of Attraction which is great. The only thing is it is taught by people who do not actually know it. Also the Law of Attraction is no secret and no one has been hiding it from you as every single person uses the Law of Attraction everyday whether they are aware of it or not as it works like the Law of Gravity which is very well known.

MX1 on the other hand which does not base itself on the Law of Attraction does use affirmations. Affirmations help you to focus on what you want therefore helping you to actually get what you want. The reason why most people do not have what they want is do to the fact their focus is on what they do not want. MX1 has a product called the “Millionizer” which if used daily helps to put you in the right mindset to help you achieve your goals. It is truly a superior product. In order to achieve your goals you must do it with enthusiasm and with positive intentions. After all you want to be happy, healthy, and wealthy do you not?

The reason why I say MX1’s product is better than the Secret is that I think the Secret will not help the majority of the people who have tried to use it. MX1 will most likely help all who use it. The Secret did help me in some way as I started working out do to it helping to raise my confidence in myself but as far as everything else such as financial problems. It did not help at all. The Secret has it’s purpose and I believe that the purpose was to make more people aware of the Law of Attraction. Though there are problems with the Secret I believe it has been of great value to this world.

Did you know that the Secret sold over 500,000 copies in it’s first six months of being released. All by sharing it by word of mouth and not by advertising it. The Secret spread like wildfire and that shows there is a market for this kind of product. Imagine if MX1 had those same results and not only does MX1 have a product but an opportunity to earn as well. With the Secret there was no incentive but with MX1 there is. MX1 just launched August 2009 so six months from now will be interesting to see how well MX1 does as now there is an incentive to get the word out and on top of that MX1 has a product of real value that can change your life and I believe will help change the world for the better and I am going to be in front of it.

Though the Secret helped to introduce many people to the Law of Attraction it did not offer what MX1 offers and that is a product that will help you get what you want by affirmations which will help you to focus on what you want instead of what you do not want in a positive manner. With MX1’s product and financial opportunity I believe MX1 will also spread like wildfire and become even bigger than the Secret.

There is an audio by a woman who also knows how the law of Attraction works and she shares it with you for free. It is her take on it and a little over two hours long but gives you the information to use the Law of Attraction the right way. She is already successful with it so why not learn from her as it will save you time. Share it with everyone as everyone deserves to know how the Law of Attraction works. You can find her work below.

The law of Attraction as long as you understand how it works which is taught by Abraham & Hicks and is shown in Wallace Wattle’s book “The Science Of Getting Rich.” which you can find online for free, will help you but MX1’s product will make it so you do not technically need to understand the Law of Attraction as either way you are already using it whether you are aware of it or not.

3 Examples of Using Parkinson’s Law – To Boost Your Productivity

If you’ve learned about Parkinson’s Law, you know that limiting the time available for a task will get the task done faster. If you haven’t learned Parkinson’s Law, it states: “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.” What that means is if you have 5 hours to do a task, you’ll finish it in 5 hours. If you have 10 hours to do a task, you’ll finish it in 10 hours.

You can see the difference yourself. If a task normally takes you 30 minutes to finish, try setting a time limit to finish it in 20 minutes. Your brain will figure out a way to get it done in 20 minutes. And you’ll find yourself working more productively. But a key point is that you must take the time limit seriously. Otherwise you’ll take it easy and break the limit of time you set.

To take advantage of Parkinson’s Law to boost your productivity, set reasonably tighter time limits or deadlines to your tasks or projects.

Now you know what Parkinson’s Law is, what are some examples of where you can apply it?

1. Routine tasks. Let’s say you’re washing the dishes. If it normally takes you 30 minutes to finish washing them, try getting it done in 25 minutes instead. Finish washing the dishes within the 25-minute limit. Or if you’re doing grocery shopping, set a tighter limit of time to finish your grocery shopping.

2. Writing. If you’re writing a book and you’re writing 5 pages a day, set a time limit to finish writing those 5 pages. Let’s say it takes you 2 hours to write 5 pages. You might set a limit of time of 1.5 hours.

3. To-do lists. On your to-do list, set a reasonably tight time limit for each item. Write down the limit of time next to each item. Then try to finish each item within the time limit you set.

Products Liability Law – Defective and Dangerous Products

WHAT MAKES A PRODUCT DEFECTIVE?

Clients often sit down with me at an initial meeting, describe their accident and a feature or component of a “product” and ask “do I have a case?” The answer to that question most often turns on whether the product or its component can be characterized as “defective”. A recent product recall by a large manufacturer provides an excellent learning tool on this topic.

In November, 2009, Maclaren, USA, Inc. issued a “voluntary” recall of several models of “umbrella” style baby strollers. As designed, manufactured and sold, the strollers had exposed “shear points” at the hinges. This design defect caused twelve reported cases in which infants’ fingertips were amputated in the shear point. According to news reports, these strollers were manufactured in China and distributed by Maclaren USA, Inc.

Under Pennsylvania and New Jersey law, product defects fall into three general categories:
(1) Design defects;
(2) Manufacturing defects/aka malfunctions; and
(3) Failure to warn.

The Maclaren baby stroller defect is a classic example of a design defect. A product is defective when it contains any component or feature which makes it unsafe for its intended use or anticipated misuse, or if it is lacking any feature necessary to make it safe. The exposed shear point obviously is a feature which makes the stroller unsafe. This is a classic “design defect” case.

Products are defective due to a “manufacturing defect” or “malfunction” when there is a flaw in the manufacture or construction of the particular product involved in the accident. A hypothetical example is a lightweight aluminum product such as a bicycle handlebar. Some of these products are designed to be as light as possible. The design involves portions of the handlebars which have very thin aluminum walls. These are generally safe if the manufacturing process is perfect. However, if an air bubble, grain of sand or other impurity gets into the aluminum at a stress point, this can cause a sudden, catastrophic failure of the bar. While the design is arguably sound, the presence of the flaw in the manufacturing process of the particular item makes that product defective.

Another way in which a product can be deemed defective is the failure to warn of potential dangers in the use of a product or the failure to provide the proper instructions as to the product’s safe use. An example here would be a manufacturing machine that has moving parts that can snag on loose clothing such as shirtsleeves or frayed work gloves. While such a product would likely be deemed defective in design, the failure to warn the users to avoid loose clothing and frayed gloves could also be considered a defect.

The examples of product defects are as varied as products themselves. Placing an emergency stop switch more than an arm’s length from an in-running pinch point on an industrial machine is a design defect. Designing a child’s toy with small pieces that can break off and choke a child is a design defect. Designing a farm tractor without an operator presence control that would shut the engine down if the operator left the operating station of the tractor is a design defect.

A wooden stepstool which is perfectly proper in design is defective if insufficient glue is used to assemble it. Metal scaffolding materials are defective if the welds are improper, causing the framing to fail under stress.

With the increasingly global nature of our economy, more and more products and component parts are being manufactured in foreign countries where labor costs are very low. Quality control systems in these countries and these factories are often below United States standards. With this, the incidence of manufacturing defects and malfunctions increases.

Also, big box discount stores often sell low price products that are designed and manufactured overseas. These products are often packaged with the intention that they will be sold in many countries. Sometimes, the warnings and instructions are formatted in such a way to have application in many countries which speak many languages. This can result in instructions and warnings that are very difficult to understand. This can constitute a warnings defect.

Bottom line, it is difficult to provide a universal description of a product defect. Each case, and each product, ordinarily must be evaluated on its own terms. An experienced attorney familiar with products liability law will often be able to give you a preliminary evaluation of whether a product is or is not “defective”. However, the opinion of a qualified expert witness or consultant is sometimes required before even a preliminary opinion or evaluation of a given case can be given.

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