T. Harv Eker’s “Never Work Again” Seminar

This is part one of my review for T. Harv Eker’s “Never Work Again” four-day seminar.

  1. Never Work Again Seminar: Introduction
  2. Day 1 Review
  3. Day 2 Review
  4. Days 3 & 4 Review and Conclusion

Never Work Again

Tomorrow (actually it’s today, by the time you read this) I’ll be attending T Harv Eker’s seminar series – Never Work Again at Singapore Expo. It’s four days long, spanning from 3 Jun to 6 Jun. It’ll be teaching about investment tools and how to create passive income streams so we don’t need to work to get income.

Here’s the official description of the seminar:

Are you ready to replace your working income with truly passive income? We’ve been taught to work hard for thirty to forty years in order to retire when we are 65 or older. But, what if you could become financially free in only two or three years? You would never have to work again…unless of course, you chose to.

Learn up to fifteen unique passive business opportunities and then structure them to create income without you—forever!

You will learn how ultra-wealthy, savvy investors continually net return on investments (ROI) percentages in double digits. Learn to use the power of compound interest to increase your net worth easier — and faster!

At Never Work Again, you will learn:

  • Proven strategies and investment techniques to develop and increase passive income.
  • Practical earning strategies that guarantee you more time and money.
  • How to create businesses that work for you, rather than control you.
  • Which businesses are the real cash cows.
  • How to earn $20,000 to $100,000 in passive income each and every month for the rest of your life.
  • A wide variety of high return, low-risk investments normally available only for sophisticated investors.
  • How to gather investment contacts and find rare opportunities.
  • And much more!

Plus you’ll leave with your own personal plan.

Normally I don’t attend investment related seminars, but this time is different as one of my readers, Tatt, has a free guest ticket for the event and invited me to join him. And I thought – Hey, why not? This will be a perfect opportunity for me to learn about investing and possibly apply the principles to Personal Excellence moving forward. In a way it’s coming at a perfect time too as I’m planning to take my personal development work/business to the next level in the next quarter.

I’ve also heard a lot of great stuff about T. Harv Eker and been exposed to his teachings (through his books and other blogs). He’s best known for his best sellers’ book Secrets of the Millionaire Mindset and is pretty much the to #1 personal development trainer in the area of financial/wealth generation. One of my ex-clients went to his Millionaire Mindset Intensive seminar (three days) last year and had great reviews for it, so I’m looking forward to learning all I can in the next four days.

Typically the ticket costs anywhere from $1,000 SGD to $3,000 SGD depending on when and where you buy it, but thanks to Tatt, I get to attend it for free. (Tatt himself paid $1,995 SGD for it, which is about $1,600 USD.) Thanks a lot Tatt. :D

More on Tatt — he’s from Thailand and has been a PE blog reader since the blog started. We met up a few months ago when he came to Singapore for a business trip (together with his good friend Arm, a Personal Excellence reader as well). For this seminar, his other good friend, O (a Thai and also a PE reader as well) will be attending too. Both of them flew in specially from Thailand for this event. We just met up a few hours ago for dinner and had a great time hanging out. :D

Since the seminar starts from 9am to 11pm for Days 1 through 3 and ends at 730pm on Day 4, I don’t forsee any updates on the blog during this period. I’ll be tweeting updates in between breaks. Do add me on Twitter and Facebook if you haven’t already. :D I’ll be doing a review of the seminar and sharing my lessons with you guys – it might be a daily review or a full review at the end of four days. I’ll see how it goes.

Oh by the way, I went barefoot running earlier today in the late afternoon. The ground was warm but still good for running. My previous post on 10 Reasons You Should Start Running Barefoot went viral and generated over 8,000 visits in the past three days! Thanks to everyone who shared it with others. If you haven’t ran barefoot before, go try it out and share your experience with us. :)

Continue on to Part 2: Never Work Again – Day 1 Review.

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