The Latest News from Alive with Clive


Hi Friends:

Here’s the latest news from the world of Alive with Clive:

1.  An Update on The 1st Alive with Clive Charity Extravaganza

I’m very excited with the progress I’ve been making with the crowdfunding campaign I am creating to raise at least $30,000 so I can give away $10,000 to the charities that will be participating in the upcoming 1st Alive with Clive Charity Extravaganza.

I am confident you are going to be thrilled and delighted with what I have in store for you, and you will have the opportunity to benefit from what I’ll be offering for the rest of your life.

So, definitely, be on the lookout for news about my crowdfunding campaign in the weeks ahead, since you’ll need to act quickly to ensure that you receive – and you won’t want to miss – the rewards that will be available to you.

A couple of weeks ago, I issued another Press Release about the Extravaganza to mention that so far seven charities will be participating.

To see the Press Release, click here.

There is still room for several more charities, though, so if you represent, or know someone who represents, a charity that could participate, please fill in the form or direct them to the form at so the charity involved can capitalize on the benefits of being a participant.

In addition, the Extravaganza represents what I regard as an outstanding “sleeper” opportunity for corporate sponsors to receive massive DFY (done-for-you) additional exposure, and a boost to goodwill, by providing sponsorship dollars or prizes for the contest, or both. To participate, representatives of companies must please fill out the form at

2.  New Law of Attraction Secrets

In my previous newsletters, you will recall that I’ve mentioned that I’ve been listening to the series of audio recordings known as The 11 Forgotten Laws by Bob Proctor and Mary Morrissey. According to Bob Proctor, these recordings complement and add vital additional insights about the Law of Attraction that were not conveyed in The Secret.  I agree!

So intrigued have I become about the Law of Attraction, Mind Movies, and the power of visualization in recent weeks that I decided to create a new Web site devoted exclusively to the Law of Attraction.

To see this Web site, go to

When you get there, make sure you enter your email address into the opt-in form to receive the Newsletter so you can receive updates I’ll be sending about how to benefit as much as possible from the Law of Attraction now.

Like learning to play a musical instrument such as a guitar or piano, or a sport like golf, learning to apply the Law of Attraction is a skill that takes constant practice to achieve continuous never-ending improvement en route to mastery. So the Newsletter will provide you with valuable pointers to have you attracting into your life whatever it is that you want.

While you’ll also find links to The 11 Forgotten Laws and Mind Movies Matrix at, for your convenience I’m including them here:

3.  On BlogTalkRadio, Nathalie Mullinix Interviews . . .

Speaking of the Law of Attraction, this past week I attracted an invitation to be on the BlogTalkRadio Show of Nathalie Mullinix.  Nathalie is the dynamic and always inspiring Founder, President and CEO of Realty Universal, a unique real estate firm that provides a pioneering menu of options for buyers and sellers, as well as agents and brokers.  To find out all about Realty Universal, go to

Nathalie’s hour-long BlogTalkRadio show is divided into two segments.  The first half is devoted to a discussion about matters relating to real estate, and in the second half of the show she interviews people who share messages that are motivating and uplifting.

This past Wednesday, with two hurricanes bearing down on Hawaii where Nathalie is based for several months of the year, during the first half of the show she provided vital information about flood insurance and being prepared for disasters like hurricanes and earthquakes that cause power outages and devastation.  She also referred listeners to crucial information at about items to have in your home and car to be fully prepared for power outages and floods.

I recommend you listen to the first half of the show, and after you’ve done so you’ll hear my interview, which starts at the 28:48 mark.

Here’s the show:

New Real Estate Internet Radio with REALTYUNIVERSAL on BlogTalkRadio


4.  This Week on Alive with Clive – Jeff Ting from Mayday Radio

I predict that in a few years when we look back and discuss the great singer-songwriters of this era, among those mentioned will definitely be Jeff Ting from Mayday Radio (, creator of such phenomenal songs as “Oneman,” “Don Quixote,” “The Human Heart,” “Boy” and “Wine to Water.”

Singer-songwriter, Jeff Ting, from Mayday Radio

Singer-songwriter, Jeff Ting, from Mayday Radio, on This Week on Alive with Clive

To find out why I say so and if you agree with me, click here to watch the show I recorded with Jeff in September last year on This Week on Alive with Clive.

And after you watch the show, submit your answers to the five questions so you can be entered in the current contest to win ALL the prizes.

5.  Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3

One of the relatively newer music venues in New York City is Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3.

The original Rockwood Stage 1 continues to feature top emerging and established singer-songwriters on the hour seven evenings a week, as well as on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

And Rockwood Stage 2, next door, features singer-songwriters who draw larger crowds.

What makes Rockwood, Stage 3, which is downstairs in a cozy space, special is that it is like a theatre.

Since there is no bar inside the theatre, all the attention of everyone present is on the singer-songwriter or singer-songwriters on stage, and the attention of the audience brings out the best in the performers.

The intimate seating area of Stage 3 at the Rockwood Music Hall

A view of the intimate Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3, listening room from the front left corner looking out into the seating area

I’m mentioning Rockwood, Stage 3, here, because within the next few weeks you have the chance to see two of the four singer-songwriters who are providing CDs as prizes in the current Alive with Clive contest:

  • Brendan O’Shea — Monday, August 25 — 8.30 p.m.

The show starts at 7.30 p.m. with the band known as August Wells.

  • Cassandra Kubinski — Wednesday, September 3 — 9.15 p.m.

Note that the entrance to Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3, is at 185 Orchard Street, not on Allen Street.

The singer-songwriters who are providing prizes in the current Alive with Clive contest – Brendan, Cassandra, Niall Connolly and Fred Gillen Jr. – are four among only a few of the more than 250 singer-songwriters I’ve interviewed on Alive with Clive who’ve produced more than two CDs – in other words, they’ve shown an especially deep and lasting commitment to the pursuit of their craft to satisfy the demand for their music from their fans.

And so, since you have the chance to see two of them, Brendan and Cassandra, at one of the best listening rooms for live music in New York City, I highly recommend that you go and see them there.

So you can see why I say Brendan reminds me of Phil Collins, Paul McCartney and Paul Simon, watch this clip of him singing, “Dismantled,” on Alive with Clive:


And this clip, which has been generating the most views over the past 30 days out of the more than 500 clips on The Alive with Clive TV Channel on YouTube, is of Cassandra singing “Timeless”:


In addition, if you’d like to see enchanting jazz vocalist and recent guests on Alive with Clive, Amanda Sprecher with Robert Scalici live, click here for the dates and times of their upcoming shows.

6.  Some Words of Inspiration

“We are disturbed not by what happens but by our thoughts about what happens.” ~ Epictetus

This quote you have just read is one of my favorites and one to which I refer often in my thoughts and conversations.

I was recently on a call with Armand Morin, one of my internet marketing mentors, and he said something that truly struck a chord with me.  He was talking about success and failure, and he said it’s easy to be motivated by and derive momentum from signs of success.  The question is:  Can you be as motivated by and derive as much or even more momentum from signs of failure?  You get to put a label on whatever experience you have. If you can bring to an experience that you call a failure the same feelings of joy and exhilaration that you associate with success, what becomes available?  Think about it!  Every no brings you closer to a yes, so every experience that teaches you something is a thing to bless!

On that note, remember to stay tuned for upcoming information about The 1st Alive with Clive 10K Charity Extravaganza and if you represent a charity or corporate sponsor or know people who do, join in the fun and invite them to participate too by going to and

That’s it for now.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend and have a magnificent week!

Best regards.


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