Monthly Archives: April 2020

Mayday! Mayday! The Covid-19 Vampires Are Sucking Me Dry… But You Benefit BIG TIME!

Attention Art Lovers!
Save $15,003 with my first (and last) “Gotta Pay The Man” Supersale!
Once in a Lifetime Opportunity
Get 60% off an Authenticated Signed Original by Salvador Dali worth $25,000

Dear Friend,

I need your help...

First, my 2013 MacBook Pro up and died, just like that! (although to be fair, it didn't really owe me anything). But, it put me back over $3,000 by the time I was up and running. Then, BOOM!!, Covid-19 shuts the country down and suddenly, instead of paying for my new laptop from cashflow, I'm trying to do it on credit AND I need to pay tuition to finish my PhD. All in all, I'm in the hole for 10 GRAND.

After getting my new MacBook Pro into action, I had to figure out how to get out of this hole as soon as possible. That’s why you’re reading this... because you get a firesale price on an Authenticated Signed Original by Salvador Dali worth $25,000.

That’s right. And I mean FIRESALE!

I’m not going out of business, or worse. I just decided that paying this off without going into debt is a smart thing to do. And to do it quickly. So as I was brainstorming, I thought about turning a potential negative, into a positive. You see, this way of paying “the man” helps one lucky person, someone like have your own Authenticated Signed Original by Salvador Dali!

I’m offering this piece the first (and last) time ever at the bargain basement price of $9,997! That’s a $15,000 discount over the regular price of $24,997. This firesale offer expires May 1, 2020. It’s only available for the first customer, because this is a unique item.

Hurry, register your interest now.

I’ve never offered so much for so little. And with this kind of pricing, I doubt this offer will last longer than today. That means if you’re the least bit interested in building your collection... now is the time. I’ll NEVER repeat this offer again!

Oh, one more thing..

You’ll still have my full, unconditional personal guarantee for a FULL 60 days. That means if you're not absolutely delighted with this addition to your collection of rare original art, ... just email me to arrange return and I’ll refund your investment. You must be delighted – OR YOU PAY NOTHING!

Here’s how to secure this price...

Click Here to Register Your Interest and Download the Item Details.

I will contact you by email to make the necessary arrangements. This price does not include shipping, handling or insurance. You will need to look after these yourself, although I will be happy to arrange at your request. Remember, this offer expires at midnight May 1, 2020. You have nothing to lose, and an Authenticated Signed Original by Salvador Dali to gain.

Register now, before your chance to get this special discount expires. With a price this low, it'll be gone in a flash.

To your Art Loving Heart,

Paraic Bergin

PS That’s right, you get my Authenticated Signed Original by Salvador Dali at the bargain basement price of $9,997! That’s a $15,003 discount over the regular price of $25,000. Because I need to raise cash swiftly to pay for my laptop and my tuition, you save a grand total of $15,003! But you better move fast.

Mentors and Role Models

My dad died when I was 6 and I grew up without a male role model. My family was my mother, my 2 sisters and myself. My father was an only child and my mother had one sister who didn't marry. So I grew up with one aunt, no uncles and no first cousins.

I didn't have a natural inclination for sports and never developed one, despite the equal parts encouragement and coercion I got as a schoolboy. By the time I reached my twenties, I was far more comfortable in the company of women than men - not all that surprising really considering my background.

I have been extremely fortunate in my adult life to have found several excellent mentors. Some of these were or are women, but as I'm thinking about things in the context of growing up without my father or a strong male role model, here I'm going to talk about the men who have taken me under their wings and helped me.

Tony Whyte, then CEO of Portiuncula Hospital in Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, Ireland was my first boss when I left KPMG in 1991. Our first few years weren't extraordinary - we had our agreements and differences but for the past 25 years Tony has been someone I could always turn to and still turn to for advice, guidance and feedback.

Pat McGrath, then MD of PM Group and based in Cork, Ireland, who I first met in 1996, is another mentor who has always been there for me and on whose advice I have relied heavily.

Perhaps the most influential one though has been my father-in-law, Dr. Hugh O'Brien-Moran from Tramore, Co. Waterford, Ireland. Although he passed away in 2004, I still feel his presence and influence. Above all else, I remember that he always did the right thing, no matter what it cost him. And he taught me that when you're torn between doing what's right and being kind, being kind is often the right thing to do.

For the past while I've been working with another mentor, with a specific focus on building my business and my online presence. John Thornhill's tag line is "Simple Honest Ethical" and in the year or so I've known him, I can guarantee you that's what you get. You can try him out for $1 and I encourage you to take him up on the offer - you'll find it HERE

I'd appreciate hearing from you so let me know in the comment section below if you have any questions or if there's any particular topic you'd like me to talk about.

What a week!

Hi All,
I'm Irish ☘️and working in Qatar in the Middle East. While most of the Western World works Monday - Friday, our week starts on Sunday.
I expect that you're in the same boat as most of us - either on lock-down, shelter in place or quarantine. I was talking to a friend the other day about how our post millennial horror movies have been about Zombies, but we're now living through the real version of the Zombie Apocalypse. And we've been warned repeatedly over the last 20-30 years that it's not if but when a pandemic would sweep across the globe.
In his classic book Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill famously said "Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit"
W. Clement Stone (1902-2002) businessman and author of The Success System That Never Fails also advised us “To every disadvantage there is a corresponding advantage.”
So what opportunities and advantages are presenting themselves? For many, spending more time at home is a opportunity to be together and have quality time. Working from home or not working can also give us more time for ourselves.
Of course, if our incomes are threatened, or reduced, or lost altogether we may need to look for other ways to earn money and take the opportunity to explore alternative careers or businesses.
One of my mentors is John Thornhill. He worked in the automotive industry in England and has been marketing online for over 15 years now. He and one of his partners, Dave Nicholson, recently released 12 month's worth of membership site content with full private label rights and you can get it for FREE - HERE. I don't know how long this will remain open so I encourage you to get it now. You have nothing to lose, and all to gain
I hope you take advantage of this offer and I also hope you benefit from the material.
Wishing you all the best for you and yours in these uncertain times.