The Eureka Moment Strikes Again!

In this immediately applicable program, entrepreneur and world-renowned economist Paul Zane Pilzer provides a refreshingly optimistic view of where our economy is headed — and shows you how you can take advantage of the great opportunities that lie ahead.

Have you ever had that thought that wakes you in the middle of the night? Maybe it’s a task that you’re stuck on or a new idea that just won’t let you go back to sleep? Maybe it’s that you live across the street from a nightclub and you just figured out how to come up with the money to move away from the apartment across the street from the nightclub?

When I was a kid we had a Eureka in the closet…a Eureka vacuum cleaner that I was extremely familiar with from doing chores around the house (yes, chores). The word “Eureka” is attributed to Archimedes running around the town of Syracuse naked in ancient Greece after an important discovery. The Eureka Moment or Effect, as it has been named, has been attributed to doing neat things throughout history. Thomas A. Edison was known for taking small naps and waking up with the solution to a problem. With over 10,000 patents to his credit, I think it’s safe to say that Edison did some neat things. I think it is a form of brainstorming that takes place in the brain during periods of extreme searching or even worrying about a situation. It’s one of those thoughts that will not let you go back to sleep. It’s one of those thoughts that could change your life and the lives of others. it’s one of those thoughts that unleashes the floodgates of additional thoughts that lead to a new business, a new venture or a whole host of solutions to problems. It’s how progress is made and problems are solved. Napoleon Hill even mentions something like it in his classic business book, Think and Grow Rich, considered by many to be the beginning of the personal development industry. Some people attribute it to prayer or deep meditation and to religious sources. Who knows where the Eureka Effect comes from. As Jim Rohn would say “I’m an amateur at all this stuff.”

What makes me so sure about all of this? Hint: It’s 6:06 on a Sunday morning and I’m typing this about the Eureka experience! What does my Eureka Moment have in store for myself and others? I can’t tell you yet. Let’s see what happens next! DEFINITELY more to follow!


Michael Neely

My name is Michael Neely and I am an entrepreneur, blogger, FOREX trader, coin collector and businessman. I have also been known as a waiter, bartender, Series Three (Commodities and Currencies Options and Futures). I currently live in New England with my beautiful fiancée, Patsy and Pip, our Jack Russell terrier.

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