My #1 Tip for Getting Whatever You Want

In my video for you today, I confess something a little embarrassing…

It has to do with how success early in my career led me to lose sight of one of the key secrets that got me that success in the first place.

I explain how I got back on track and show you how you can use this same simple, yet incredibly powerful secret to get whatever you most want in your own life…

*Find out more about my Florida Retreat program here*

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  1. Married Woman says:

    Matthew, please make a video about married couples!!

  2. Kristi says:

    i love everything :) this is 100% pull over. i too remember back when i was 12 on how certain i am on every goals i set for myself from that point until i turn 25( while observing/reading from the life of those around me) but due to some factors that needs to be considered…like the course “your family” wants you to pursue and that’s your only choice :) , safe place to stay away from the chaos, untimely death of the provider of the family (my father), or who to marry ( which must be approved by the whole clan-it was really pressuring and distracting…lol) so, goals were never met fully….half of it did not worked-so i get paralyzed to list new dreams again and the fear of failure breaks in- but along those years, those circumstances molded my character to be thankful and recreate the moments…and it taught me well to adjust in every way :)
    now, i believe i am at the best time again to learn new things…
    An aussie guy who came with his family to know me-told me yesterday ” no one’s too young or too old to try new things.learn things you were once scared of or haven’t tried at all”

    So i tried to help them grill lamb barbecues. my first time…lol- the moment was amazing, first times are always the funniest and exciting time to learn! ;)

    yiiih.this post caught me talking and sharing again.looool, i feel like i am going back to my self 16 yrs. ago :)

    but wait, matt don’t get angry okay? :), hope you try to reply back on your blogs like this :) as our mentor, we would be soo happy to know you’re spending time to read the comments- it feels good to know our mentor is conversing with us too:) we love you coach!

  3. Emma says:

    Humbleness and Humility.

  4. Anita says:

    I LOVE this whole video, & my favorite part is the very last part.
    Hahahahahaha we love you Jameson!

  5. Lynn says:

    I so agree with your encouraging others to learn more every day. But with me … I have so many interests… I think I need Adenol to focus. Any advise ?

  6. Tammy says:

    Heey Matthew!

    Wauw.. You nailed it.. It is just what I have been thinking about a lot lakely. The balace between not driving myself crazy with keeping up to date with everything I love to do and sucking up new info/ getting better at everything that makes me a better person.

    Thanks for really pointing that one out!

    Love your video’s! You make it so easy for me to understand! Keep up the good work! Thank you!

    Love, Tammy

  7. Jasmine Che says:

    I love this video! I figured out recently that I can’t be with someone who doesn’t have the same values of wanting to grow as much as I do.

    I laughed so much when it was revealed who Jameson was! Will we ever find out..? :P

    Take care Matt xx

  8. Jenny says:

    Ah lovely seeing this and bringing back the memories of the retreat! Nice acting Carey! :) And Jameson wearing his invisibility cloak – LOL!!

    Cannot recommend the retreat highly enough. So much learning every day. I only flew home yesterday, so am currently busy setting up my home and my life to start living with happiness everyday, while creating a new business and looking for a new life partner.

    Thank you so much Matt and team (Matt’s mum and dad, Steve, Billy, Michael, John, Chandri and Morgan)(and the invisible Jameson too!)

  9. Olivia says:

    So true! Great piece of wisdom!
    I’m a mix between the first type of person and the third type of person.

  10. Joong says:

    whoa! Jameson is invisible! so cool!!

  11. Della says:

    Hi Matt,
    You are always inspirational and genuine even when you don’t feel like being so. Thank you for your Sunday inspirational video.

    XO Della, Vancouver.

  12. Kristi says:

    Oh-sigh…how that makes me reminisce.
    I was there back in the fall and can’t believe the changes I’ve seen in my life since then. Everything you said Matt, is so true. Something to keep in mind…if you want the results, you gotta do the work. (The best part is when you are properly motivated the work seems more like playing. {Both physically and with your brain muscle}).
    To anyone who is reading this who hasn’t gone on the retreat and wonders about the value…it’s priceless. (As long as you’re willing to do the work) ;)
    Good to be back on the patio…great memory.
    thx

  13. Rowan says:

    That ending was epic.

  14. Martha says:

    Great view!! I ♥ Sunsets with one funny and nice,nice talk! 1000 bisous Mateo ;)
    P.S. THX by be more and more creative with da Video-Ideas!!

  15. A.M. says:

    A lot of people (myself included) tend to stop seeking knowledge when they reach a certain place in their life because once there isn’t an immediate need for learning (school, or a new job), learning stops being a priority. But this is how we get to know ourselves. When you stop learning about yourself through your interests, it’s the same as living with a boring partner.

  16. Marie says:

    I wish that I was there…It seems like so much fun!

  17. Tricia says:

    Visually beautiful uplifting video. Thankyou, Matthew!

  18. Mavis says:

    And then there are those who are still learning via books and the PC because it works for them and because it is all they can do. People who cannot leave the house/date four nights a week because they have no childcare/people who pay out more than comes in.
    People for whom programmes are pointless because they are part of a demographic not covered by ‘the Guru’…which helps keep their success figures high.
    How would a penniless, disabled person get to anything more than this? Now Matt, when I get an answer to this conundrum from you, maybe then I’ll have a little more respect. Or is love and learning only for people with legs and a passport?

    • Jacqueline says:

      Near the cards and books by Hallmark in U.S supermarkets is a book about a man that had lost his arms and legs. He was a torso with a head. He was handsome and married. I skimmed through the book and noticed his attitude. He was like Matthew; upbeat, determined and full of life. I understand you have financial constraints and are disabled; perhaps w/c bound.
      But, you are blessed with a brain. And in spite of the losses you have incurred; you can choose to create the life that Matthew speaks of. I can’t afford to attend his program and I work. Mavis, I met him for $20.00 (I signed up immediately) at the seminar he recently gave in the U.S. He is the most honest, genuine and caring person. I asked him a question… and he honestly answered. On my second question with time constraints…he gave me incredible suggestions. He loves helping and has every right to make money from it. As does everyone, but Matthew Hussey truly does care about people. I saw this in him and was amazed. Most people are only about money.
      Mavis, what is your passion? What is it you want to do, help, have fun with? Find your passion and Find your purpose and pursue it!!!! And if you need help with it; google the internet for resources. As an animal rights activist; I know the animals need a voice because they are voiceless. Find your passion and purpose in life. And follow it.
      I wish you all the best, Mavis.
      Joann

      • Lynn says:

        Joanne you are so right on. I am a nurse … I see disabled People every day. They are either angry and lost or hopeful and eager. It’s your choice. Try and be possitive. I wish you love and happiness.

  19. Agostinha Jacinto says:

    :) well i feel depressed now… :X you are about my age, start working at 14 (your dream) like me…i even when you said we have here a violinist i thought it was me… but no..sadly!
    I really love to improve, look for other possibilies in every aspect of my life…and i would love to go to your retreat if i had the $!!! :) for now..i have already read your book, now i have the audio for the empty time.. :) well, and im always waiting for the sunday video! Thanks Matt

    • Agostinha Jacinto says:

      Can anyone tell me the difference on these two live events:
      Secrets of attraction and the get the guy? are the two with the matt? Sorry..im confused!

  20. Karen says:

    Wonderful message, Mathew!
    Love love the video location.
    #jealous
    :-P

  21. Pam Peters says:

    I enjoy your weekly videos because they are so uplifting. This Sunday’s message was so very true. Learning is such a turn on! Thanks for sharing and keeping us constantly thinking!

  22. Goldberry says:

    I tend to go through cycles of learning, then just being. It takes a while to absorb concepts and integrate them in my life. I guess for me, I’d rather focus on other things than constant self-help. Spirituality and God show me how to improve without so much influence from other individuals… But yes, learning and growing is so important.

    Matt, it looks like you’re in the US to stay. I hope at some point you’ll talk about that decision — I guess there are more people and places to go in the US, but you must miss being at home.

  23. Alexandra says:

    Matt your’e awesome and you have always great advises! thank you so much. The best part of what you say is that really simple and true.All it takes is realize those things (You help with that) and practice them (our part)
    Love,
    Alexandra.

  24. Jessica says:

    I couldn’t agree more with the message in this video! The more you learn the more you realize the lessons of life and everything in it are never ending. We are all students and should seek to try and learn from every single person we meet. Everyone has a story to tell and lesson to teach us if we are open to listen to them and understand them. We should also not be afraid to talk about your story or lessons as this journey is not a one way street but a crazy jumble of roads and lane which makes life interesting.

    Thanks you Matt for bring this topic up. It reminds me how much more I have to learn. Hopefully one day I’ll have the chance to do one of your retreats but until then best wish to you and your team, for creating amazing content.

  25. Shaina says:

    Cheers to the lifelong, insatiable students among us :)! Thank you Matt for taking the time to make a video for me this week :)- they always help kick start a smiling Sunday. Sending hugs to you, and a hello to Carrie, Jamela, Stephen, your Mum, Dad, and Jameson…who I could have sworn was real when I met up with you in LA…:P

  26. Olivia says:

    What a man! You Hussey brothers are truly inspiring. Great to see you in this surrounding, brings you closer to your life behaving.
    I need to keep making new changes, I always intend to stop and and make myself a comfortable time on my coach and a book.
    I know I will grow, I’ ve got this assurance in myself, but I’m tired of being this boring side of mine.

  27. Lau_ra says:

    Matthew, everything you said about learning all the time is so true! Though I’m into “dating” stuff lately, I’d say general knowledge of emotional intelligence is a very powerful tool in striving for a healthy and happy relationship. Not sure if anything about styles of attachment was ever mentioned in this blog, however I think it would be very useful as it helps to discover the blind spots of yours (and realize the reasons of certain behaviours of others).

  28. Irene says:

    Thanks for sharing!
    Really enjoyed the message today!
    Jameson, you’re invisibly cool! :)

  29. Janet G. says:

    Thanks Matt! After the Get the Guy Live Tour event my sister and I talked about it so much with so many different people, that they all want to attend. My sister is happily married by the way, but she learned a lot from it too and is saving money to help me go on the retreat. Any chance you’ll ever host a “keep the guy” live tour event? I told her your book has great advice on that subject but I was just wondering :)

  30. Mitze says:

    Dear Matt,

    – I was also nobody before I watched and read your information and thought about it. Now I do not miss your information. I hope one day soon, I will be able to get to the woman retreat
    – And it is so interesting you talk about Jameson & your mother. Matt , you are like a dad to us followers. Or a midwife.

  31. sapphire says:

    looks like a great retreat x

  32. zion princess says:

    Lol!! I really enjoyed that video. Such amazing wisdom, I’m a self help junkie and have been on a break for too long, thank you for that kick in the butt!! You’ve reminded me never to stop learning and growing, its not just about getting the guy, its about getting the life you deserve and taking advantage of the opportunities life gives us. Enjoy the retreat!!

  33. Santa Ramula says:

    I have seen only some videos and e-mails of “Get the guy” and I can see already that it totally works! So I can’t imagine what could happen if I would know all the moves about “Get the guy” … Grazy!

  34. Leonie says:

    Hi Matt,

    On the note of continuing to learn and expand your horizon – I would love to hear which books you would recommend. Your personal favourites, books on core confidence, or relationships (other than your own ;-) … I feel there are many books out there on these topics, but I very much enjoy your approach and resonate with your way of thinking, so I would like to know which books are on your list.

    Thank you!

  35. A says:

    That was fun. I’m person number 3. I love learning new stuff. And it keeps your brain sharp. :-)

    I also like your guests’ reaction from being admiring you to looking truly worried about you. LOL.

    Jameson is totally like Hobbes from Calvin and Hobbes. Except someone has to move that tripod!

    #teamjameson

    :-)

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