Bruce Lee is a legend in the martial arts community, but what a lot of people do not know – and what a lot of people are completely amazed to learn – is that he wasn’t a lifelong martial artist, he wasn’t a lifelong fitness superstar, and it was only his dream to become a major film and TV star over the last 10 years or so of his life. You see, for the majority of his life – right up until the age of 28 – Bruce Lee was nothing more than a “nobody”.
Sure, he tinkered with a couple of different martial arts styles growing up like most of his friends in China (returning there after he was born in San Francisco), but it wasn’t until his neighborhood really started to become overcrowded and unbelievably violent that he dedicated himself to mastering a martial art.
And even then, it was done in an act of self-defense and self-preservation. What Bruce Lee was able to do, however, was uncover the simplest and most straightforward way to master martial arts (not just the martial art that he was studying, but ALL martial arts) as well as the simplest and most straightforward way to master a life in general.
At the age of 28, Bruce Lee sat down and wrote himself a letter that he would become the highest-paid oriental superstar in the United States, something he achieved within four years – and his legacy continues to endure today, nearly 50 years after his death.
If you want to unlock and unleash the same kind of secret guidelines that Bruce Lee used to shortcut his success and enjoy the kind of worldwide acclaim that no other Asian superstar ever did, even if it’s only to unlock your own true potential and achieve all of the goals you’ve been dreaming about in your personal and professional life, you’ve got to learn everything that Mike O’Neal has to offer. This is a life-changing guide and one that you simply cannot afford to miss out on.
The Eastern Keys by Mike O’Neal