I'm not sure if you noticed yet or not but I've been taking a bit of a breather these days. I'm actually on what I call my "partial summer hiatus" except that I'm taking more time off than I ever have. I'm kind of hanging back these days while planning my next move as I come up on two (2) back-to-back seminars I'm hosting in Las Vegas in September...the Investing Secrets Bootcamp Seminar (about stock trading) on September 13th and 14th (with a special workshop for Platinum VIP in the morning of the 15th) and the Flip It Profit Bootcasmp Seminar (about flipping real estate) on September 16th and 17th (with a special workshop for Platinum VIP in the afternoon of the 15th).
I know I've said this before but...
I'll be thoroughly DONE with larger events and seminars once these are done and over with. I'm ONLY interested in doing very small hands on workshops after September. (So, if you haven't registered for one or both of these FINAL EVENTS, CLICK HERE for Investing Secrets and CLICK HERE for Flip It Profit!)
So...what am I observing? What am I contemplating at this moment in my life?
I'm trying to decide if it's worthwhile for me to continue teaching people...or not. It seems that very few listen to me. Many attend my events, workshops and mentorship groups but few follow through. Yes, those who DO follow through become massively successful because what I teach is real, relatively easy to understand and implement, and is life-changing for those who let it. Some of my students are making millions a year now. But what bothers me are those who are still sitting on their asses doing nothing. Why is that? Why are they sitting there...doing nothing?? I don't get it and I've started to take some of this personally. Actually, I'm now taking it as a direct personal insult, truth be told.
Did you hear that? That's the part where I'll be dropping the mic at my next Vegas Event. (I won't literally be dropping the mic. That's a metaphor for...I'm done. But you get the point.)
In the meantime, I have something pretty unique and outrageous that came across my desk only a short time ago. It seems that quite a few of my investor partners of many years past are starting to retire one by one. And one of my investors -- a guy I've been working with for 13 years -- is now suddenly retiring because he has more money than he knows what to do with. And he's tired of the game. He just wants to golf all day now. At least that's what he told me when I talked to him this past Monday.
The good news for you (and me) is that he's giving us both something quite extraordinary.
CLICK HERE to find out what it is!
See you at the top!