The other day I went to the gas station to fill up the Hummer.
Now days I don’t wait till the gas gauge reads empty to get some more petrol.
You see, when you use a debit card, most of the gas stations have a preset limit of $75 bucks.
Sure, I could swipe my card again, and get another $75 worth of gas, but it’s kind of a pain – if you know what I mean.
I fill up the Hummer the other day, grab my receipt and head off on my merry way.
Imagine my surprise when I look at the gas gauge as I’m driving down the road, and discover that it’s not reading full.
I take a closer look at my receipt, cause I gotta tell you, when my tank is half full, $75 bucks will usually fill er up from there.
But not this time.
I didn’t notice it while I was at the pump, but now that I was examining the receipt a little closer, everything was becoming clear.
I’d paid $4.47 a gallon for the gas I’d just bought.
No wonder it didn’t fill the tank all the way.
Now granted, my Hummer certainly isn’t what you’d consider a fuel efficient ride, so I’m used to spending a little more on fuel.
And to be honest, pain at the pump isn’t something I give a whole lot of consideration to.
But this experience caused me to think about all those people who live in my neck of the woods, and commute to Seattle every day.
Fortunately for me, I work from home, so my commute is from my bedroom, to the kitchen (for some coffee), and then on to my home office, just a few paces down the hall.
Every once in awhile, I find myself in the morning or afternoon rush, as I try to get to or from Sea-Tac Airport.
When this happens, I can’t help think about all those folks who make that commute every day, and how they must be feeling the pain at the pump.
No, I don’t have some amazing plan for solving the gas situation.
I do have a way that you can virtually eliminate that pain at the pump you’ve been feeling.
I’m in the process of putting the finishing touches on a brand new CD, and as one of my members, I’m going to give it to you… for FREE-OLA.
Be sure to stay tuned, as I’ll be giving you all the details within the next week or so.
I don’t know exactly when I’ll make the announcement, but you’ll want to keep an eye out for my email that’s titled “CD For FREE-OLA”.
I will tell you that I’ve instructed my fulfillment company to produce 300 copies of this CD, and once they’re gone – they’re GONE.
Like I said, keep an eye out for my upcoming email, and when you’re one of the first 300 who respond, you’ll be able to claim your copy of this new CD… for FREE-OLA.
Dedicated to your success,