In 1998, after almost 20 years of searching for the magic formula (you know - endless reading, self-help tapes and CD's, research, and hope), I happened upon some wisdom, which if applied, will allow ordinary men and women to unlock from within themselves the incredible power that can bring them enormous success - - wealth, health, and happiness.

What I discovered were ancient teachings about absolute universal truths and life's secrets. If that sounds too good to be true, I encourage you to look for something that sounds more mediocre. In all seriousness, my discovery was all about finding life's keys.


There's nothing "wrong". But, let me ask you something... Have you tried reading their motivational books, listening to their positive-thinking tapes, and even going to their "pump you up" success seminars ... only to not achieve long term results? Sure you have ... and in fact, right now, you're looking for the next (and hopefully 'real') fix ... right?  There's a very predictable reason for that (but more about that later)....

I'm not going to suggest that you shouldn't acquire any of the modern-era personal development gurus' material ... but I will suggest before you spend any money on any of their courses or programs, you look at Life's Keys ... where the success ideas of the centuries have been condensed, organized, and presented in ways that are easily understood and assimilated into the day-to-day life of the individual. Quite simply, with Life's Keys, you will discover the unchanged, age-old, fundamental principals and universal truths that govern our future and make all the difference in the degree of success achieved - - or forfeited.


... are not new phrases, and neither is the vast majority of the material you will see from many of today's modern personal development guru's. I've spent 25 years purchasing material from Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Earl Nightingale, Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Tom Hopkins, Marshall Sylver, Denis Waitley, Les Brown, and countless others. I've learned a lot from all of them, and surely have my personal favorites. However, what I also discovered is that much of their material is based on earlier works.

So, here I am, out to convince you that you can have THOUSANDS of DOLLARS worth of self development material for less than $20. Not just empty pages, but real material that can transform the quality of your life. Did you hear me? ALL for JUST $14.95. What's the deal?

Well, as I mentioned, about six years ago, as part of my seemingly endless pursuit of "the answer", I ran into some material which was packaged just like the stuff you see on the glitzy, late-night infomercials. It also carried the infomerical price-tag. Actually, I paid $1295 for the stuff. It was absolutely incredible. It contained the missing pieces I was not getting from the modern day personal development guru's, although much of it was indeed echoed in the material I heard in the past many years from many of those guru's. To make a long story short ... I later discovered the material I paid $1200 for was actually in the public domain. What that means is the author of the material wrote it long enough ago so that any copyrights on the material had expired, and anyone could use the material in any fashion they desired. I paid $1295 for what I could have had for FREE.

I was steamed at first, but then I realized this was a blessing. It was an epiphany of sorts. You see, you don't hear about much of the public domain material that is worth its weight in gold because the folks that are using it (for FREE) don't want you to know it's out there and available for FREE. They'd rather take that material, edit it and rephrase it, package it nicely, and sell it to you over and over and over again. It's the best legal scam going (IMHO).

The turn of the century (1900's, not 2000) was the real dawn of the "new thought" movement, what for the most part is now called "personal development". There were dozens of brilliant people that captured the essence of reality ... the reality we all seek (and we hope to find in those infomerical products). So, I thought, why not bring that wisdom to the masses in the 2000's?

So I did just that. I went to rare book stores (brick and mortar and on the Internet) and found these ancient works. I purchased the original hard copy versions, and had them typed word-for-word into electronic format. Of course, you can do the same ... but I'll warn you, some of these books may cost you in excess of $100 each (they are rare in many cases and are being held by collectors) and some of them can be multiple-hundreds of pages long. You'll even find modern day publishers who have re-published the books and are selling them as "new versions". You can go that route if you desire --- time, effort, and money --- but I've already done all that work for you so you can instantly start using the keys to transforming your life ... without burning a hole in your wallet.


If you take any self-development or enlightenment book and read it, the reality is that pretty much about 95% of it is dead words ... it's either common sense, you've heard it before, or a long-winded introduction to a concept. However, the 5% remaining is what you were there for in the first place. What I've done is taken out the 95% dead words that waste your time, but given you all of the ancient wisdom. I've put it into one, comprehensive, "read it in one night" e-book called Life's Keys. Life's Keys also includes a Goal Achievement System that will let you (step-by-step) achieve any goal you desire. I am confident reading this e-book will transform your life and will literally be the very last self-help book you ever need to purchase. But, I don't stop there, I also include 15 of those early-day self-development works for which much of today's wisdom is based. The best description I can offer is what one reader said of Life's Keys, "...the last personal development material I'll ever have to buy".

The LIFE'S KEYS e-book Library
16 Great Works to Pave Your Way To
Ultimate Success for only $14.95
(all e-books listed below are included)

Life's Keys
by Steve Gregor (2004)

New, revised version delivering the power and enlightenment of Steve Gregor's previous works, but now available in a format that allows one evening of reading to change your life forever. Gregor listened to his readers' requests for a Fast-Track system for his success and goal-making material, and Gregor delivered. Life's Keys cuts through the chatter and delivers, in a very "cut-to-the-chase" manner, the keys to mastering the universal laws which govern mankind. Master these laws and conquer life. Includes a step-by-step guide that will deliver any goal you desire in life. This e-book alone is worth several times the price of this auction, but there's a lot more.....

The Master Key System with Review
(don't be lured by other versions that don't have a chapter by chapter review)
by Charles F. Haanel (1912)

Charles Haanel's rare and often "kept secret" work, is a system that teaches the ultimate principles, causes, effects, and laws that underlie all attainment and success. When you want something, The Master Key System will show you how to get it. The results you will obtain from using this system are so startling you'll deem them incredible. For this reason, more and more people are becoming students of The Master Key System than ever before. A website selling the book for $24.95 rumors that while he was attending Harvard University, Bill Gates discovered and read The Master Key System by Charles F. Haanel ... and that it was this book that inspired Gates to pursue his dreams.

As A Man Thinketh
by James Allen (1909)

James Allen was born in Leicester, England in 1864. His literary career lasted only nine years until his death in 1912, at the age of 48. During this time he wrote some 20 books, of which, As A Man Thinketh was his second. "The aphorism, 'As a man thinketh in his heart so is he', not only embraces the whole of a man's being, but is so comprehensive as to reach out to every condition and circumstance of his life."

Self Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion
by Emile Coue (1922)

Coue was a pioneer that influenced the entire self-help field. Coue was a Frenchman who toured the U.S. in the early twenties and had a tremendous following until the medical field, churches, and the press ridiculed him. His famous phrase, "Day by day, in every way, I'm getting better and better", was the foundation of today's use of affirmations. The Silva Mind Control method is a direct adaptation. His most famous principles were when willpower and imagination come into conflict, the imagination wins out; and, Imagination can be trained more readily than willpower.

The Secrets of Success
by William Atkinson (1907)

Atkinson was sort of the turn-of-the-century (1900's) version of Tony Robbins. Here was a businessman who drove himself so hard he broke down from the stress and lost his fortunes. In his own efforts to help himself, he found healing in the "new thought" movement and using his principles he recovered both his health and his financial success. A timeless work that can transform anyone's life.

The Edinburgh Lectures
by Thomas Troward (1904)

Okay, you've bought into the fact that Haanel struck incredible genius when penning The Master Key System (see above). But, you were wondering whether his effort was universal inspiration or whether he built on someone's existing work. The reality is, Haanel was a fond student of Thomas Troward. Troward's Edinburgh Lectures is considered a great textbook for the advanced student of Mental Science which reviewers have said, "has no superior". The late Professor William James of Harvard University, commented, "Far and away the ablest statement of that philosophy that I have met, beautiful in its sustained clearness of thought and style -- a really classic statement."

The Creative Process Within
by Thomas Troward (1920)

Basically, Troward felt he had more to offer on top of the Edinburgh Lectures (see above), so he wrote this book. It takes the entire mental science study to the next level. Readers walk away with empowerment and a complete understanding of the universe for which they are an integral part.

The Science of Getting Rich
by William Wattles (1910)

This is another early book that has a great deal of both popularity and influence lately. Lloyd Conant found a copy in 1969 and couldn't put it down. As a result, he was inspired to found the famous Nightingale-Conant Corporation, very popular for their self-help material. "You must give every person more in use value than he gives you in cash value." Then, you are adding to the life of the world with every business transaction." Hmmm, is this a precursor to the Pay It Forward concept?

The Way To Wealth
by Benjamin Franklin (1758)

Franklin penned The Way To Wealth  in 1758 as the preface to the 25th anniversary issue of Poor Richard's Almanack (first issue being 1733). He did not originate all the maxims in the work, but, as he states, they were the "wisdom of many ages and nations".

The Art of Money Getting
by P.T. Barnum (1880)

Sometimes also referred to as The Golden Rules for Making Money...
"Whatever you do, do it with all your might. Work at it early and late, in season and out of season, not leaving a stone unturned, and never deferring for single hour that which can be done just as well now." At one time, Barnum was the second richest man in America, being possibly the world's most famous entrepreneur. He was a strong believer in advertising, and once said, "Advertise, or the sheriff may do it for you".

How To Live 24 Hours A Day
by Arnold Bennett (1908)

Forget about those "How to Live on $10 a day" sayings. After all, time is money. Actually, time is a great deal more than money. Bennett was a great early 20th century English novelist and playwright, who wrote this classic little book on time management. If you have time, you can obtain money.

The Power Of Concentration
by Theron Dumont (1918)

Here is an author whose works are sprinkled all over the place with other early 20th-century authors concerned with the use of mind power, yet there is little biographical information available about him. This book on concentration is one of the most popular and is in the form of 20 detailed lessons relating to self-mastery, memory, wealth, courage, training of the will, and so on.

Acres of Diamonds
by Russell Conwell (1915)

This e-book was originally a lecture ... a lecture given over 6,000 times by Conwell. Conwell was a Baptist Minister who raised $8 Million to found Temple University. Much of Conwell's lecture may seem naive by today's readers' standards, but the theme that opportunity is all around us is as true as ever.

by Henry David Thoreau (1854)

"I learned this, at least, by my experiment; that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours."

"If you built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundation under them."

Self Reliance
by Ralph Waldo Emerson (1841)

Emerson's original calling was as a Unitarian minister. He left the ministry to pursue his career in writing and public speaking, and as such, became one of America's best known and favorite 19th-Century figures.

"Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string."

The Magic Story
by Frederick Von Rensesselaer Day (1900)

An immediate, worldwide sensation was created after "The Magic Story" first made its appearance in 1900 in the original Success Magazine. After thousands of requests for the reprint, a tiny, silver book was published. You may not be able to find the silver book today, but the story is now available as an e-book so that you, too, may benefit from its powerful message.

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