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Kevin Trudeau’s 25 Secrets to Wealth Creation CD Review

Kevin Trudeau’s infomercial product Debt Cures: “They” Don’t Want You to Know About is a book which claims to help people buried in debt get out of their financial mess using specific tactics.  Inside the 310 page book, Kevin talks about the always relevant topic of personal debt and reveals things about how the credit card/banking industry work to make sure we’re in debt.  His book intends to give the reader enough information to create a debt-free lifestyle.  Kevin presents such topics as which “two magic words” you can use to correct your credit, how to cut your payments in half, and how to improve your credit almost overnight.  The basis is turning your bad debt into good credit, and eventually creating wealth through your financial health.

Along with “Debt Cures”, Kevin Trudeau included a special audio compact disc entitled “25 Secrets to Wealth Creation“.   On the recording, Kevin tries to shoot straight on what separates wealthy individuals from poor individuals.  He discusses everything from starting a business, the mindset to be wealthy and the techniques that successful people have used to become rich.  The audio recording is about an hour in total length and only features Kevin Trudeau speaking on the concepts that people have used over and over to become successful and in turn, very wealthy.  On the audio, Trudeau tells you exactly how to think, what to read, and which habits to form in order to pave your path towards riches.

Based on reading numerous other success, business, wealth and entrepreneurial books, it seems a lot of Mr. Trudeau’s information is just recycled from those classics with his modern and at times sarcastic spin on things.  For example, Napoleon Hill’s “Think and Grow Rich” discusses within its first few chapters that you need a specific, definitive aim to create forward-moving progress.  Numerous other books and Kevin’s audio CD basically repeat this concept to the reader or listener.  At one point, Kevin actually mentions Napoleon Hill and his most important concept “a definitive aim with a burning desire for its achievement”, which is the key to creating wealth.  Trudeau also talks about the popular “law of attraction” mentioned by Earl Nightingale and later in the bestseller “The Secret”.  Kevin continues to drive these points home ad nauseum, basically telling the listener what these books already say.

While this audio program by Kevin Trudeau presents helpful info, it’s up to you whether you want to hear it from him.  My best advice is that you find the Wealth Secrets compact disc at a discounted price if possible.  It might be a nice companion to have once you’ve read books like “Think and Grow Rich” or “The Secret” since Trudeau will repeat the concepts you read about.  Otherwise, it’s best to take the one tidbit of information that Trudeau gives: read books avidly (another repeated concept from success books).   Read the classics and even more up-to-date books about success and wealth creation.  Some good titles you might want to check out include the aforementioned “Think and Grow Rich”, as well as Napoleon Hill’s The Law of Success in 16 Lessons, “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind” by T. Harv Eker, “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki, “The Secret” by Rhonda Byrnes, and The Success Principles by Jack Canfield.

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Tony Little’s Gazelle Edge Review

One very well known entrepreneur and fitness guru is the highly animated and energetic Tony Little. His major fitness product, The Gazelle has been seen on numerous infomercials featuring Tony and his workout partners gliding on the machine to stay in shape. Tony Little’s Gazelle Edge is considered the lightest weight model of the Gazelle family and supports a maximum of 250 lbs weight. Other versions of the Gazelle exercise machine include the Gazelle Freestlye and Gazelle Power Plus. It’s an exercise device which works both the upper and lower body while giving a great cardiovascular workout to burn calories, reducing fat and shedding pounds. So the Gazelle exercise machine has the backing of a fitness guru who seems to be in great shape with a lot of energy, but does the Gazelle Edge by Tony Little really work?

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One of our infomercial product testers recently ordered the Tony Little Gazelle Edge straight from the infomercial for just $74.99 and chose rush delivery. Typically the Gazelle takes about 4-6 weeks with standard delivery, but in this case the free rush delivery brought it in 12 days. Included in the box were the actual Gazelle Edge exercise machine (with built on workout computer), along with an instructional DVD and lifetime warranty. Our tester, Melissa, reported that Tony Little’s Gazelle took her only 15 minutes to assemble, requiring just a screwdriver and clevis wrench. After giving it a 30 minute initial test, she reported the Gazelle has a very sturdy construction, and it’s very easy on the knees, reducing overall joint impact.


One of the few issues our tester pointed out about the Gazelle Edge is about the workout computer built onto the device, which she felt wasn’t too accurate. The meter measures things such as your steps, calories burned, miles completed and acts as a timer. Our tester found that the various readings continued going even when the arms weren’t swinging, making it a less accurate measure. The meter swings with the bars while you’re moving making it harder to read your stats. Our tester also felt the workout she got was good, but it didn’t target the entire body like the product claims to, mainly just the biceps and legs, but not the abdominals as much.

Overall, our tester was pleased with the Tony Little Gazelle Edge product so far at the price she paid, feels it’s a great alternative to a treadmill and is much quieter for apartment situations. This review will be updated as more info becomes available about our tester’s experiences with the product.

Product: Tony Little’s Gazelle Edge
Approximate price: $74.99
Shipping: Rush shipping free

Pros: Easy to assemble (few tools, low time)
– Easy on the knees
– Sturdy construction
– Quiet performance

Cons: Meter to measure distance, time, etc. could be more accurate and incorporated better into the design.
– Initial workout didn’t seem to target entire body

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Tony Horton’s P90X Workout System


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