Nothing is more essential to the success of your effort to quit smoking forever, than the act of preparing yourself to do it.

I smoked well over 300,000 cigarettes during my 40 year addiction to nicotine and I failed to quit on over 70 different occasions. But I finally smoked my last cigarette-over 117,000 cigarettes and $47,000 after-tax dollars ago. How did I finally do it?

Simple... I learned how.

And I can show you how to do it too. My book will take about 8 hours of your time to read or listen to and then you will be ready to become the tobacco industry's worst nightmare... an ex-smoker. Listen to this interview and learn how you can succeed at quitting smoking forever!
 

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Will your next cigarette be “the one”?

“How long have you been smoking Brian?” “Twenty five years,” I replied. “Have you ever tried to quit smoking?” “Many times.” “Well then, would you agree that you really haven’t spent twenty five years smoking. It would be more like you’ve spent twenty

 


Junkie thinking – a smoker’s worst enemy

If your New Year’s resolution was to quit smoking and you are still smoking, there is only one reason for that. It’s called Junkie thinking; the junkie-who-lives-inside-your-mind talked you into it. Junkie thinking is what keeps you smoking and it keeps the tobacco

 


Don’t quit trying to quit smoking

Whenever I ask smokers why they don’t quit smoking the kind of answers I get most are: “I’ve tried to lots of times… but I just can’t do it.” “I know it’s a bad habit but I’m too far gone.” “I’d love

 


Why I hate the tobacco industry

The tobacco industry took my money to live their dreams and gave me nothing in return. Except nightmares. I was 13 years old when a cool, older guy offered me my first, “Cummon Keelan, be a man. It won’t kill y’a,”