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Embarrassing on several levels . . .

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On August 26, 2015 No Comments

Ok, here goes.

So yesterday, my wife, my son Alan, and me were doing the honey doos around town.

We had three things that had to be done before noon.

Firstly, was to go to See Candy’s to get some of their famous Lollypops.

The lord knew what he was doing when he birthed Mama Mary See, founder of See’s Candy and Confections.

If you have not ever tried See’s Root Beer Lollipops, you’re missing out.

Oh, and the See’s lady behind the counter was quite the sales person.

She was trying to hustle my wife on a fundraising deal to buy 500 Lollypops for $200.

I had to talk my wife down from this deal.

What was she thinking?

Next, we had to drive towards National City to a coffee shop, and whole bean roaster called Cafe Moto.

If you’re ever in San Diego, I encourage you to go check this place out.

It’s located at 2619 National Avenue.

My wife is getting into the teas and wanted to pick up a pound of Vanilla Peach Royboist tea.

Royboist has no caffeine.

And get this.

I’ve been roasting my own organic coffee in a hot air popcorn popper.

It’s the best cup of coffee I’ve ever had.

Most coffee you drink is dead by the time you get it, even from 99% of Starbucks.

Roasting your own green beans and brewing just a few days later puts your coffee onto another planet as far as taste and health benefits.

If you want to try it, just go to YouTube and type out “home roasting Hot Air Pop Corn Popper”.

That’s what I did.

Last and final stop was a thrift store on called The Rock.

We needed an old pot for boiling water for our camping trip on Sunday.

When me and the boys would go to garage sales, I would teach them to look all the way at the bottom of boxes.


Because most people are too lazy to bend down and take the time to look.

Plus you never know what you might find.

I would show them how to look inside fishing tackle boxes, especially under the top tray.


Because one time I bought a fishing tackle box that had a $170 Cutco brand hunting knife.

I paid $11.

I would say “boys, look for money in between the pages of large books.”


Because that’s were a lots of people hide stuff like cash.

Want proof?

Just last Sunday, I found a $5 bill between the pages of an old dictionary at a Garage sale in Clairemont.

And get this.

I would show the boys how to reach into the inside coat pockets of suites and sports jackets.


Because that’s where a lot of men hide their money.

And other stuff.

And just yesterday, you’ll never guess what we found inside one of these pockets at the Rock thrift store.

You have to get a mental picture of this.

There were about 50 coat and suite jackets on this circular shaped display rack.

All were on hangers.

Alan was on one side of the display.

I on the opposite site.

My wife wanted to get out of the store and she was rushing us up so we had to act fast.

So as fast as we could, we were sticking our hands in both sides of the inside jacket pockets.

It looked like we were training for some specialized moves for martial arts

We were also checking the three additional outer jacket pockets of each suite.

Keep in mind a suite jacket can have up to 6 total pockets.

Three on the inside and three on the outside.

So after finding some old business cards, and a handwritten speech from the 90s, I pulled out a condom.

No, it was not a used condom.

I showed Alan and said . . .

“Hay Alan, look what I found.

We laughed and I took the condom and dropped it inside a work boot for sale on the top of the display.

And right then, I knew this was going to be an email.

We got the hell out of the store and went home.


You never know what you’ll find when you look.

Next time, it may be a wad of 100 dollar bills.

I hope you like the story and have a great rest of your day.

Please let me know what I can do for you.

Michael Senoff
Founder and CEO
JS&M Sales & Marketing Inc.
4978 Gaylord Drive
San Diego, CA 92117
Phone or Text: 858-692-9461

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Chinese Make pO0P . . .

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On August 26, 2015 No Comments
Fat_BoySomething like 8 year ago . . .Me and my 2 boys wanted a Krispy Kreme doughnut and on the way we saw a garage sale on Clairmont Drive.

You would have to be blinder than a bat to miss it.

There were bikes, surf boards, cloths, car parts and so we stopped to have a looksy.

And I got talking to Mike, the boss of the sale and a self proclaimed professional garage sale guy.

He claimed he has done over 2500 garage sales.

He said that he helps hoarders with their stuff.

Mike had a huge pile of all kinds of crap to sell.

My boys were loving it.

They kept running up to me tugging on my shirt saying . .

Dad, can we have this?


Can we get this?


Can I get this . . .

Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeees Dad?


And then I look to my left and see Joe, my older son, pushing a yellow plastic contraption around like a lawn mower.

“Get away from the street”, I say.

It looked just like a street sweeper.

You push it just like a lawn mower but it’s got no gas or electric to it.

It’s got these two rotating brushes hooked up under it.

And as you push it and then the round brushes spin towards each other.

And as you go along, it sweep up all the stuff on the ground.

I have never seen anything like it.

I thought about how this thing can save me a lot of time.

I could sweep up around my house really fast with this thing.

Maybe I should take a closer look.

I looked at it.

I pushed it.

And I discovered it was MADE IN GERMANY.

And everyone knows Germans make good stuff.

And it had two US patents on it.

It’s called the Clean-boy 550.

My kids call it the Fat-boy 550 cuz I was fat back then.

And no . .

So I say to Mike ( The garage sale pro ). . .

Mike, how much you want for this Clean-boy 550 thingamabob?

$10, Mike says.

I’ll give you $7, I say.

He says . . . ok.

So now here’s what I do.

I take this Clean-boy 550 and really put it to the test.

But first, I got to get it home.

So I load it into my car’s trunk and rush homeward.

I honk my horn and yell out to the wife.

Lookey here what we got at the garage sale honey.

It’s a Clean-boy 550.

And it was only $7!

I saved a ton on money.

I want to prove to the wife I made a good decision so I get to working.

I push my new Clean-boy 550 and sweep up the side walk in the FRONT of the house.

I push my new Clean-boy 550 and sweep up the side walk on the SIDE of the house.

( We’ve got a corner lot)

I sweep up the bird poo on the back deck.

I sweep up the leaves from the neighbor’s tree too.

I sweep up the loose gravel on the pavers under the blue and green awnings.

And I sweep up a big pile of leaves on the side curb of our street.

Just like the real street sweepers do!

While I was pushing my Clean-boy, two neighbors came up to me to ask me what I was doing?

They wanted to know what it was and where I got it.

And I told them.

And if you’re tired of sweeping up stuff the old way around your home, you should think about getting one.

But get your own because I won’t sell you mine.

PSS. Reply back to this e-mail and I’ll send you the photo of this sweeper and a little gift.

I am sure you’ll find interesting.

But just give me some time, my wife is off work and I’m getting bossed around like you would not believe. Honey do this, honey do that.

So it won’t be till later.

About the Author

Michael Senoff

I’ve spent the last five years of my life creating fascinating streaming audio interviews with big name marketers and getting them to spill the beans on how they got rich and famous and I’m giving most of my life’s work away free.

These interviews below are designed to be superior to any lecture out there.

They’re more informative, natural, and the information is more dynamic and dense.

The sheer scope of marketing and business growth information below is mind blowing.

Start clicking and get ready to discover this amazing gold mine!

Michael Senoff is the CEO and publisher of http://www.hardtofindseminars.com and http://www.myfirsthmaclient.com

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Michael is an experienced Internet marketer and talk show host and a popular professional interviewer.

Michael has taught 100% online around the country &; around the world to more than 50,000 students.

His over-the-top online audio interview web site http://www.hardtofindseminars.com is listed in the top 1% of most visited web sites in the world.

Be Nice To Your Dog . . .

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On August 26, 2015 No Comments
If you think you have insurmountable problems and the world is closing in on you, let me tell you about a dog named Jackson.

Jackson’s parents were taken away from him when he was a pup.

He has been placed in four different homes.

Twice, he’s been beaten, kicked and abandoned by the side of the road.

He’s only seven pounds with huge black ears and has a bowlegged gate.

Plus, he has a slight overbite.

You would never guess from this sad upbringing that today strides a confident, smiling, always tail wagging dog.

He strides purposefully, fearlessly, greeting even the biggest dogs.

So despite life’s challenges, he never gives up or uses his background as an excuse to be held back, handicapped or left out.

PS. Try not to let your past hold you back any longer.

And when it does, just think of Jackson.

And here’s another perfect interview example . . .

It’s an interview with Jon Barns, creator of the Ultimate Taxi.

From the front seat of his 1978 Checker Cab, Barnes orchestrates a
sophisticated in-taxi light show, complete with 9 lasers, 14
miniature stage lights, a revolving disco ball, and a $2,000 haze

Famous celebrities like Ringo Starr, George Lucas, Jimmy Buffet,
Clint Eastwood have enjoyed this ultimate taxi tour.

If you don’t want to listen to or download the mp3 or pdf transcripts,
you’ve got to at least look at this photo of the inside of his cab.

If you want the link to this interview, contact me by emial, text or phone and if your nice, I’ll send over the interview link.

Be nice to your dog!

Michael Senoff

About the Author

I’ve spent the last five years of my life creating fascinating streaming audio interviews with big name marketers and getting them to spill the beans on how they got rich and famous.

And I’m giving most of my life’s work away for free.

These interviews are superior to any lecture.

The information is more dynamic and dense.