Thursday, March 08, 2007

24 Hour Special - $10

Think and Go Raw Released! 24 Hour - $10 Special
Updated, Expanded and Revised for 2007

I’m offering readers of my newsletter and this blog 60% off for the next 24 hours (until 4pm Friday, Eastern time or EST, which is GMT-5) on the improved, updated, and expanded (by 40 pages) 2007 version of Think and Go Raw.

There is one catch. You have to promise to provide me feedback after you read the book. I need more testimonials for the sales page and this is a way to get them. You don’t have to give a testimonial if you don’t like the ebook. Any feedback is fine. I will use negative feedback to improve the book. At the very end of Think and Go Raw on the last page or so, there is a special link where you can quickly leave your feedback.

Please Note: Members of will be getting access to this ebook very soon. Therefore, you don't need to purchase it for yourself, but you could purchase Think and Go Raw as a gift for someone else.

If you've tried to go raw but have been having troubles staying raw, then this book is for you. Why repeat all the mistakes I and many of my raw food coaching clients made before they had a coach. Once you understand these simple concepts and start applying them, you'll realize that it really is easy to go raw.

If I could directly implant my knowledge and experience into your brain, you'd instantly know you could go raw without a problem. It's not that going raw is so hard, it's just that there are some key psychological and dietary concepts that you don't yet understand. False beliefs are holding you back.

The right knowledge is the key to success. Have the right knowledge in totality, then going raw is easy. Try going raw with the wrong ideas and succeeding is like finding a needle in a haystack.

I’ll be setting the price at a very reasonable $24.97 for Think and Go Raw right after this special is over. However, for the next 24 hours… it’s yours for $10. Here is the URL to place your order:

To Your Radiant Health, Happiness and Fitness, Roger Haeske

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