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Thursday, November 23 2023

Years ago I started sharing this story with my students around Thanksgiving about why I hate pumpkin pie; how my mom used to make pumpkin pies from scratch and she's make so many of them that she's force-feed the remaining balance (usually upwards of 6 or 7 pies) of what she couldn't give away to friends and family to both me and my brother.

And how, to this day, I absolutely refuse to eat pumpkin pie.  In fact, I really don't like any pie at all.  My brother Jason also feels the same way.  I sent him a chocolate cake for Thanksgiving instead.

Interestingly enough, my daughter had her first "Thanksgiving feast" years ago when she was in elementary school where she got to eat pumpkin pie.  She told me that it was so disgusting that she spit it out in a trash can.

And I laughed.  I thought it was funny as hell.  Could she have gotten the anti-pumpkin pie gene from me?  (Nice thought, although I believe that would be considered scientifically impossible considering that my experience with pumpkin pie was entirely "environmental," if you know what I mean.)

I went on to say that the problem with the pie she ate was that it was store-bought.  And the baked goods they sell in a store isn't nearly as good as the real thing.  But I couldn't help myself in telling her my experience with real homemade pumpkin pie and why both me and her Uncle Jay refuse to eat any pie at all.  She didn't say much other than to boldly state that she loves apple pie, as it's the greatest pie in the world, according to her.

It's interesting how life works, isn't it?  I've come to understand so much about life in having a child's eyes to see the world through.  And it's made me so grateful for all the good and even the challenges I face on a week-to-week basis.

If you think about it, no matter how hard things get, we really do have it good.  Don't we?  At least that's the way I see it.  So many people are sitting in war-torn countries right now as we speak while praying they don't get shredded by a bomb, some are homeless in the cold, and some are even missing limbs.

We are blessed in so many ways and it's pretty easy to forget about all these daily miracles we get to reap.  But maybe today, just once, we can see it for what it is and feel that deep sense of gratitude for everything we have and for everything we are.

If you're one of those people who actually believes you have nothing right now to be grateful for (hey, maybe it was a tough year for you) then at least feel grateful for what can manifest in your life in the months to come.

What a lot of people don't realize about me is that I don't care about any loss that may happen in my life (except for what's not replaceable).  Why?  Because I can create it again and again and again.  I've taken a few major financial hits in my life.  And with each time, I've gotten it all back plus some because I have the tools necessary to do it; these "tools" are nothing more than what I have stored in my brain.

When you're the goose that lays the golden egg and you know that you can create everything you want, it really does make a huge difference.

So, if this was a challenging year for you, be grateful for the amazing things that are coming up for you because you've done a few things that are pivotal in your life:  (1) you've decided that you're not going to settle for less anymore, (2) you're going to get your ass out there and finally do this, and (3) you know that you can make this happen because you now have the tools to do this.

And that's all you need.

Be grateful and the seas will part for you.

I will be sharing more about what that means in the days to come.

Happy Thanksgiving!

See you at the top!

Your mentor,

Monica Main

P.S. If you want a "sneak peak" at something extraordinary that I have starting next week, CLICK HERE NOW.  It's a rare group that I have that's starting on Tuesday and I cannot wait!!

Posted by: Monica Main AT 11:55 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Sunday, November 12 2023
Last Picture...Ever! by Monica Main

Brie, Me, and My Dad in San Clemente, California

I had some unfinished business that I had to take care of in California.  So, my daughter and I took a quick trip out.

Little did I know that my dad's health has been slipping in a major way.

I met with him last Monday with my real estate agent to list his house in San Clemente.  We both agreed that it's time for him to also exit California like I had over the summer.  But when I saw him, he looked different, could barely walk, and was slurring his words.

My real estate agent, Rebecca, suggested he get an MRI.  I think he's getting dementia or has had a mini stroke.  He's been under a lot of stress lately and I realized just how quickly I need to get him out of California.

While in San Clemente last Wednesday, I helped him deal with some of his personal affairs.  My daughter wanted to go to the beach (as usual) and my dad went down with us.  We snapped this picture (above) and I realized in that moment that we'd never be back to San Clemente ever least not with my dad.  It was kind of a sad moment when I made that realization.

There is a "last time" for everything in our lives.  My daughter pointed this out to me several months ago when we were leaving California.  And many times we're not aware of when that "last time" is.

When we are aware, sometimes it's bittersweet.

As I left my dad, I told him that I'll next see him in Panama City Beach in a couple of weeks.  Ron is going to fly out and drive him across the country for me.  I'll take care of the sale of his house and other personal affairs.

I decided to stop being so strong-willed and hard-headed.  And with that said, I'm retiring my dad out.  I'm buying him a beachfront condo.  And he won't have to worry about anything ever again.

What allows me the ability to make these kinds of decisions and moves in my life is because I've been able to have ultimate financial freedom, namely through a couple of secrets.

And I'm going to share those secrets with you in a 3-day online seminar...which starts soon.

If you didn't register yet, you still can.  You'll be getting two powerful trainings (one starts after Thanksgiving).  You'll also be getting a ticket to attend my next two in-person events.

I packed in a ton of incredible bonuses.

CLICK HERE and check it out.

Remember, the 3-day online seminar starts soon so you don't want to wait too long to check it out.


See you at the top!

Your mentor,

Monica Main

Posted by: Monica Main AT 09:09 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Friday, November 10 2023

I had it out with my daughter's teacher the other day.


I had a Zoom meeting with this woman and I started off expressing my disappointment in her boss not getting back to me on the false "plagiarism" accusation by one of her colleagues.

She kept shutting me down by saying that she has nothing to do with the "admin" and blah, blah, blah.

I kept talking anyway, letting her know what a disappointment these so-called "instructors" are turning out to be and what a joke school has become.

All of a sudden, she starts breathing heavily and then holds her heart.  I stopped talking.  She told me, "My heart is beating so fast, I have to catch my breath."

In other words, what I was telling her was "insulting" her so much, her heart was racing.

And there I was thinking, Bitch, I haven't even warmed up yet!

I went on to tell her that her boss had promised to call me over a week ago.  She never called when she said she would.  Then she tried to call me a week late at a time that was more "convenient" for her with NO notice, NO confirmation, NO heads up...nothing.

None of these people would make it in the real world.  Not a single one.

Yet they're teaching OUR KIDS to somehow be able to make it in the the real world with their B.S. curriculum.  Then they clutch their pearls the very moment any parent calls them out on their B.S.

We are DOOMED.

And it's now very difficult for me to take ANY of this school sh** seriously anymore.  Education -- if that's what you want to call it -- has gotten WAY worse since I attended school.  And I truly believe they are changing the curriculum in a way to make kids dumber than ever before.  It's being done ON PURPOSE in the most radical and obvious way imaginable.  Yet most parents are too busy trying to make a living (to keep up with hyperinflation) to notice that their children are being mentally corrupted ON PURPOSE.  I shudder at how dumb people will be in 10 years.

(If you've never seen the movie Idiocrasy with Luke it.  It's no longer a comedy.  It's a crystal ball into our future.)

And this brings me back to YOU.  If you've been running on "survival autopilot," it's time to look up and get off the treadmill.  Things are changing so rapidly (and NOT in a good way) that it's doubtful that many people will be able to survive a year from now.

Bringing me to my point...

You MUST do something different if you're going to survive these rough waters ahead.

And I have just the opportunity to help you do that.

I have a quick 8-minute video to show you a cutting-edge real estate investing strategy that very few serious real estate investors have ever heard of.

I ran this special training last week.  Many of you couldn't make it because it was in the middle of the week.  So, I decided to do the training again this weekend.

CLICK HERE to find out what I'm talking about and then you can decide if this is something you're interested in.

But here's a word to the wise: if this isn't for you, FIND SOMETHING THAT yesterday!  The economy WILL collapse any day now and you have a choice: do something about it or be a victim in ways you can't even imagine right now.  Why be a victim to the upcoming economic disaster when you can thrive instead?

CLICK HERE jump on this...while you still can.

See you at the top!

Your mentor,

Monica Main

P.S.  If you need to boost your FICO score, the Holiday Blitz once-per-year window of opportunity is coming up next week.  CLICK HERE to watch a brief training to show you exactly what you need to do INCLUDING exactly when to send out your dispute letters.

Posted by: Monica Main AT 09:00 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, November 08 2023

Right now I'm back in California on business.  And I'm hating every second I'm me.

Even more annoying, the cost of living has continued to climb, even since I left 3 months ago.

So, I started getting used to the lower cost of living in Florida, namely with food.

Three containers of strawberries in Florida: $10

When I came back here to California.  I went to the store.  My daughter wanted strawberries.

$9.99 for ONE container of the same freaking strawberries.


I asked my California real estate agent about the economy in Southern California.  She told me prices have continued to go up A LOT since I left.

Gas, of course, is still high.  Hovering around $7 per gallon.  I got used to being in the $3 range.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

But forget about all that.  There's something else about California that I noticed.

The attitude.

It changed.

It went from anger, piss, and something else that's perhaps much worse.

Fear, worry, depression, and despondency.

That's the energy here in California now.

I'm so glad I don't live here anymore...and I hate this trip.  I just wish I could go home.  (Saturday can't come soon enough.)

Which brings me to what I'm doing this weekend.

I am rerunning my 2-day crash course for those of you who (1) tried signing up too late and missed out, or (2) couldn't attend because it was in the middle of the week.

What's this 2-day event about?

In a quick 8-minute video, I'll explain everything to you.  CLICK HERE to watch it right now!

Things are changing FAST in the economy.  If people in California went from angry bastards to full of fear and worry in 90 days, you can probably imagine just how fast everything is slipping in the economy.

You'll have to make some tough choices if you don't line yourself up with the right opportunity at the right time.

CLICK HERE and I'll explain what I have in mind for you.  It's actually quite mind-blowing.

If you missed last week's training, you DO NOT have to miss it again.

CLICK HERE to jump on board now!

See you at the top!

Your mentor,

Monica Main

P.S.  For those of you who want to fix your credit, the once-per-year Holiday Blitz period is coming up starting late next week.  You DO NOT want to miss out on this small window of opportunity to send out your credit dispute letters.  I did a quick training on how this works.  CLICK HERE and watch it now.

Posted by: Monica Main AT 10:09 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
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