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Archive for March, 2006

How to Overcome the Fear of Public Speaking

Friday, March 31st, 2006

Speaking in public is ranked right up there with beets
on America’s Most Hated listed.

When I was little, I was one of the millions that helped the ranking.

Here’s a diddy to help you understand why.

I recall going to an anniversary party for my grandparents. I was about 9 or 10. After the meal, everyone took turns toasting the two. My parents, relatives and even some of the younger cousins shared something about Grandma and Grandpa they admired.
So when it came to my turn, I couldn’t be the ONLY ones to not say anything. I was petrified because I had no idea what to say.

I stood up and clammed up. Nothing came out. Family members sat and stared wondering when I was going to start. Except I never did. I was even waiting for myself to say something like everyone else.

A minute felt like eternity and I ended up NOT saying one word. I sat down and cried.

Some people came up to me afterwards saying, “Hey they know how much you care about them- without even saying a word.”

Their words didn’t help, to me it was complete and utter embarrassment.

Imagine having that little memory haunting you growing up. Seeing my relatives following that made for an uncomfortable situation. This thought plagued me whenever I had to stand in front of large groups of people.

Contrast that story with a couple of talks I gave at some of Matt Furey’s seminars. Several people came up afterwards thanking me for my presentations. To boot, I made a King’s Ransom share of money in the process.

So how did I go from a mute in public to delivering outstanding presentations?

Besides having the tremendous opportunity to present in front of a great group of people, I improved my public speaking from one man. I began listening to Psycho Cybernetics and hearing about the “Theatre of Your Mind” by Dr. Matz. I took it a step further in creating a Success Visual around that theme. Leading up to both talks, I used the visual to focus on how I’d perform, what I’d share and most important how I’d interact with people. In the theatre of my mind I saw people smiling at me, happy they were in my presence. And most importantly, I saw them excited to hand me money and order forms. The tub became my focusing and relaxing spot to work on my speaking skills long before it ever took place.

This plus I no longer focused on the events that brought me down, rather more empowering ones.

Psycho Cybernetics connected with me so well because Dr. Maltz describes success using visual metaphors like the Theater of Your Mind. He describes loads of other visual images that are super easy to wrap your mind around. Being a recipient of my “visual” based success newsletter, I’m sure you would like it too. His powerful use of visual success imagery is extremely helpful because it activates your imagination – driving home the points even further – for more success to come to you.

It doesn’t matter you’re if your a sales professional making presentations or not, you’ll want to get your hands on this course. You never know when you’ll be asked to stand and deliver a killer talk in front of a room full of people. You don’t wait to get the course the night before – you do it NOW! Preparation starts today.

Because believe it or not the world judges you on the words you choose to speak.

Conceive, Believe, Achieve,

Vince Palko

Ps. This Success Visual can be used with any area of y0ur life you want to improve. Simply replace the area on the movie screen with your big self achieving success in the area of focus.

Pps. Go here for other Success Visual Based articles.

Don’t Swim in Chlorine!

Monday, March 27th, 2006

Had an interesting question last week replying to my keep chlorine OUT of your body email.

A fellow Stallion writes …

“Is swimming laps in a chlorine pool bad for you … I go at least three times a week”

Thanks, Steve


VP’s response:

Great question Steve. Last year when I trained for my triathlons I was in the pool practically all week. I’d go to the local Y during the winter months. Post workout, no matter how hard I scrubbed, I always smelled like someone rubbed a waffle sized chlorine wafer all over my body. Reason being when you exercise your pores open up to breath like that of a sponge. Resulting in your body absorbing chlorine.

And if you wouldn’t drink a glass of chemicals, you might not want to bath in it either. Trust your instincts if somethng doesn’t feel right.

Post workouts, I reeked so badly, that my wife thought I was trying a new after shave. I heard about another Y opening up about 30 minutes further than the one I was going to. So I tried the new facility, and discovered the newer one had a lot less chlorine in it. Or so it seemed. When I finished, there was no residual chlorine clinging to me. With advanced technology these days many new pools don’t use chlorine, there’s something in the water other than chlorine. Not sure what the name is. It still cleans the water but it’s less harmful to swimmers.

We have friends who just got a pool. In it, there’s a key component activated by the suns rays to keep it clean. It is still a chemical of some kind, just not chlorine.

Long story short, eliminate chlorine from your DRINKING water – period. Try to limit it from your swimming area. Hey, lakes are great for swimming too. If you have no pools around you with newer forms of cleaner, don’t let that stop you from exercising. The proverbial ?Don’t throw the baby (or exerciser) out with the bath water? – never fit better.

Keep being a Stallion, Steve, and also pick up the course Triple Your Endurance
for outrageous endurance improvements (if you haven’t already).

Be a Stallion,

Vince Palko

Ps. VinDog is in the works of a new product set to hit the market
soon. I’ll keep you posted on the developments.

Shock Yourself For More Energy

Tuesday, March 21st, 2006

Have you ever had a new experience and felt the rush of adrenaline come over your body.

Maybe it was seeing the Grand Canyon or seeing the Eiffel tower for the first time.

Or even maybe it had nothing to do with travel.

Maybe you stepped out of your comfort zone and tried a new food. Tried to learn a foreign language. Taught yourself how to speed read. Even slight adjustments in a workout routine make neurons click a bit differently upstairs. Your mind buzzes with
energy and excitement.

You’re not alone in your experience.

This is because when people try new things, the brain’s “reward chemical,” according to one researcher, dopamine is released.

A fancy word for Natural feel good chemicals.

What does this have to do with your endurance, stamina or energy levels.

Everything. Yet, it’s one piece of the entire puzzle. You find out more in my course Triple Your Endurance.

By making slight changes in your routine, you empower yourself. If you do this on a continual basis you’ll never feel like your running on vapors because they’re be so much feel good chemicals running through your noggin.

So when you exercise, always change things up. In my course, Triple Your Endurance I talk a lot about mixing and matching simple body weight exercises with SHORT distance cardio. This literally melts fat quicker and shreds your physique fastert than any other method, I ever tried.

I’ve been around the block ‘er two when it comes to health and fitness.

When you mix your routines not only will you have success with your weight loss results, but it will leave you wanting more and more and more.

Daily exercise won’t feel like a chore.

So get off your butt, stop procrastinating and do something with yourself. There is a world of opportunity out there waiting for you. You simply need the energy and resolve to get something done.

It starts with committing yourself to this program by investing in your future now!

Endure Like a Stallion,

Vince Palko

Ps. Most cheap skaters are NOT doers. They look for excuses not to invest in themselves than develop reasons how my program can help them become more desirable achiever. Go here NOW.

Where Do Pets Go When They Die?

Sunday, March 19th, 2006

Got an email from my friend Brad telling me his dog Yogi passed away.

Brad asked me to draw a picture in his memory.

It’s been awhile since I broke out the paints, but thought I would to add some life to a pencil sketch.

Brad is a good friend. His mother passed when he was just a tot and his father raised three boys. His Dad passed away when Brad graduated college. Brad’s brothers ALL live out of town.

Brad always seemed to handle life’s challenges. He recently got divorced. Yet, through it all Brad’s inner man has stayed strong. He never whines or complains – just keeps pushing on.

I know how much Yogi meant to him and that’s why I took time out of my hectic schedule to paint this. I actually just got to it today.

My wife informs me there’s a heaven where pets go. I’m sure a lot of pet owners agree with her. For me, I’ve never really thought about it being that I never had to deal with losing one.

Growing up Dad wouldn’t allow ‘em in the house. He was allergic to the little fury friends. So pets, for me weren’t a big deal. However, I know how some people are attached to them. I’ve even heard of studies that say people with pets live longer. I believe a pet housing person wrote that study.

Now, if you want ensure a long healthy life, I have something for you to check out.

You’ll want to get your hands on my stamina and endurance building course, Ultimate Energy Enhancer.

You can thank me later for the extra energy and vitality you receive.

Endure Like a Stallion,

Vince Palko

The Prosperity Bear

Friday, March 17th, 2006

Woody Hayes said it best when he said, “Surround your self with a support system.” Always have people in your circle that challenge you. People that are smarter than you. People you can learn from. Even people you don’t always see eye to eye with. This will open your mind and allow you to expand your vision and inner greatness.

The same is true for what you hang on your walls. I remember as a young whipper sanpper my room was filled with athletes, strong men, and people I admired. If fact, one wall was filled so many pictures, you could barely see the wallpaper underneath.

I always saw this as visual inspiration. Leafing through magazines or newspapers is where I found everything. I cut them out and hung them on my wall.

I was in one of my coaching meetings with Matt Furey and heard him say in China Bears are a symbol of prosperity.

Bing, guess what went up on my wall when I get home? I believe you can never have enough prosperity programming.

So I sketched this. Now I’am giving it to you for FREE – for being in my email community. Put it in your wallet, hang it near your computer – have it with you always.

Surronding yourself with uplifting images and messages will take you to the top.

You and I will be the only one who knows the reason it hangs on your wall.


Vince Palko

Ps. I you like the simple yet profound message, forward this message to two friends and wish them Happy St. Patrick’s Day.

Keep Fluoride Out of Your Water

Wednesday, March 15th, 2006

I’m pissed off.

Saw the dentist the other day, and he found a cavity.

I asked him how this could be, it’s the first cavity I’ve had in 15 years.

He asked if I do anything differently with tooth care these days.

Not a thing.

Well, do you drink bottled water.

Yep, and we have a whole house water filtration system.

Well, that could be your problem, your water filtration is taking out the fluoride. You might want to change that. You need fluoride in your water to build strong teeth.

Oh really.

So does the rest of your body need fluoride.

Welll Uhh.

The traces are so miniscule, it shouldn’t effect you.

Uhh huh.

I told him, I’d rather have NO fluoride in my body plus all the other harmful polutents than a cavity every fifteen years. If you don’t think there are harmful
pollutents in your water, then take a gander at your water bill this month and all the parts per million of rat turds and hair are in it. Along with many other nasty chemicals.

Know this, fluoride is just another chemical your body doesn’t need. So why put it in there. Did you know how it ended up in our water to begin with? One of the major
chemical companies back in the 40s had a byproduct of fluoride that they needed to ahh – make vanish. They pitched the government on dumping it in water systems to help with tooth care.

You can still keep the choppers strong by gargling with a fluoride rinse every night as I will do more of.

By the way, water is one of the key elements to Triple Your Endurance. Most don’t think of it as an energy boost, but as I instruct in my course it is that and then some. You can learn how it allows your body to go long and stronger by signing up for the course – Triple Your Endurance.

Keep the water in and the fluoride out.

Endure Like a Stallion,

Vince Palko

“The content of this email is not to be considered as medical advice.
The author of these emails presents this information for educational purposes only. No attempt is made to diagnose or prescribe, simply to inform. Always consult a physician before beginning or changing any current fitness program you’re involved in.”

Straight from the Stallion’s Mouth

Monday, March 13th, 2006

Man, it’s hard to believe we’re coming up on the one year anniversary of being online.

Been a wild ride so far.

Some of you have been on for the entire tour. Others, are now just jumping on board.
I’ve had the great fortune of meeting a number of you.

Some have even heard me speak live, but many have not. If you want the next best thing to hearing me speak live, you’ll want to tune in for something special this Wednesday. You can do so no matter where you live in the world.

Here’s where to go to listen.

My friend David Martin has an weekly success radio/internet show (not really sure how it works, I just show up on the phone) on and he invited me to be his featured guest.

You’ll be able to eaves drop on our conversation regarding my Outrageous Success Secrets. That’s right, you’ll get straight talk from the Stallion himself. I’ll share my thoughts on tools that turn your subconscious mind into an order taker for whatever it is you so desire. All with using powerful visual imagery and no hard work. Plus, I’ll cover my unique approach to my goal setting or better yet GOAL ACHIEVING process.

Bottom line: David and I will team up to give you an hour long entertaining, hard-hitting success rap
and you don’t want to miss it.

Print this page out and hang it up as a reminder.

(Again, here is the information to tune into the internet broadcast:
4:00 PM Eastern on my internet radio show, “LIFE.
On your Terms!” You can listen to the show live at

Side note: David’s show will appear on the website right at 4PM.
Have a notepad ready because you’ll want to
take copious notes.

Conceive, Believe, Achieve,

Vince Palko

Ps. Visit David’s website at sometime before the broadcast to check out what he’s up to. He’s a guy on the move – straight up.

Great Quote

Sunday, March 12th, 2006

“The soul… never thinks without a picture.”


Do You Have to Be Organized to Hit Goals?

Friday, March 10th, 2006

I know many-a-people that are Johnny on the spot with organization.

They have a super clean work space.

They gather information into neat folders on their computers.

And get this, they organize clothes by labeling each dresser drawer.

Yet, when it comes to planning their future, the fog is soo thick they can’t see where they are going. It would take a bus full of Molly Maids to clear the way of all the clutter.

Most people get caught up in the day-to-day organization that it becomes a hinderance to their dreams. They don’t stop and contemplate their future. They make no time to keep track of how far they have come. They don’t visualize a better life.

As a result, they stay in their super clean, organized office or home feeling helpless and frustrated.

When it comes to organization I don’t lead the pack. If fact, if you were to observe me from the outside and my surroundings, you might think I fall waaay short.

However, I’m very thoughtful and meticulous when it comes to planning my future and tracking how to get there. I could recite my goals in my sleep. Also, time management has always been a no brainer – I know how to milk every ounce of productivity out of a each second.

I get practice daily with raising 3 girls under the age of four, doing my husbandly “honey do” duties and running several businesses all at once – with plenty of energy to still exercise. Yet all the while, focusing like a laser on my targets.

The last sentence empowers me.

THE way I do this is by always having my goals in front of me using my Launch Yourself to Financial Success.

Not only are they within eyes reach but I actively involve myself with them. Daily check ins and mark ups on the visual create an impression of success on my subconscious mind. There is no better way to communicate with your subconscious.

When your subconscious is aligned with what you are truly here for, the Universe opens up and gives you what you desire.

What is it that you truly desire?


You deserve to have all these and more. You simply need to get organized- not with your physical surroundings but with your mind.

Conceive, Believe, Achieve,

Vince Palko

Ps. By taking 3 minutes a day to focus on what you want within a month you’ll get the ball of success rolling in your direction

How to See Yourself with KIND Eyes

Thursday, March 9th, 2006

Warning: Highly graphic material, do not read if you have a weak stomach.

Over the course of my football career, I split my nose open 15 times (at least).

The term “He had a nose for the ball” never fit a linebacker better. When I hit people, my front helmet pad would come crashing down on my schnoz-ola.

Never broke my nose though – the strong Italian facial structure always stayed intact. The more I spilt it open though, the more scar tissue and cartilage would form. Leaving less and less room for my helmet to move without touching it.

After the first explosion of blood, the team Doc would stitch me up. I’d be back the next a few plays later, partially healed, and bust it again. The doc described the wound back up as sewing raw flesh. Then they brought out the metal staple gun to keep everything together. I’m not kidding.

This continued fifteen times or so over the course of my career. Talk about stickin out like a sore thumb in public.

I recall going to the ND – Michigan game my true freshman year with the staples in. It started raining. One friend said, “Quick, get Vinnie under cover, his nose will rust.”

Going to class was embarrassing. Walking into a 50 person lecture with a huge bandage on your nose and two black eyes, was … good character building.

Constant name calling and pokin fun from friends and acquaintances got old quickly.

After college, I hated it soo much I had rhinoplasty (can you think of a better name for this? – maybe big beek reconstruction) done to repair the bump in the bridge of my nose. I thought the University could help pay for it cause over the course of five years on the field is where the damage took place. Plus, by wearing a bandana had literally stopped the sliding in my helmet – so I wouldn’t have to worry about it happening again.

Until I played pro ball overseas. The bandana didn’t work. It happened again. And again.

I learned to deal with it.

Cut to the conversation in the car (with my wife) about a friend having boobie boosts. We were talking about how the patient will never be content with themselves until the feel comfotable living in their own skin – enhancements or not. It starts with healing from inside out not outside in.

“Yeah but you had a nose job once, Vinnie.” Cheri said.

Well, Yes and NO.

Yes, they went in through the scar atop my nose and shaved back some of the cartilage and scar tissue. However, it wasn’t like they didn’t trimmed up the end of my nose to look like Michael Jackson.

And NO, because it’s a mute point. Though the surgery was done several years ago, my nose is back to the way it was in college- from more bumps and cuts along the way. Nature has a way giving us the last say in how we look. Sidenote: I knew a girl who had a breast reduction and discovered her breasts coming back after 6 months.

NOW though, I’m completely satified with it. It’s my red badge of tenacity if you will.

And it wasn’t until reading Psycho Cybernetics that I became comfortable with my personal outter and inner scars.

Reading that book then getting the FULL course for further development changed my life and the way I thought about myself. I owe my new self appreciation to Dr. Maltz and his amazing course.
I first purchased the Subliminal CDs. Then I grabbed the full course. I’d suggest getting everything in one fell swoop and save yourself money in the end. Hearing Dr. Matz’s ideas combined with reading his oversize manual is extremely powerful and will have you almost instantly healed.

Save yourself 10 grand by simply purchasing Psycho Cybernetics and begin to see yourself with kind eyes.


Vince Palko

Ps. Ps. If you like today’s message, please pass it on to a friend.
The world needs less “plastic fantastic” mentality.

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