Inside the Minds of Winners
Find Out How Winners Do It
What would you give if you could sit down with a double-handful of successful people and ask each one of them to explain their techniques?
Hello, I'm Charles Burke, and that's exactly what I did recently, when I interviewed 10 top people about their success methods.
Below is a list. You'll recognize some of these names immediately, while others may be new to you. But in every case, these are people who consistently, steadily rack up incredible success stories, month after month, year after year.
Learn the success secrets of:
Joe Vitale, author, lecturer, consultant
Rick Beneteau, author, music producer, Internet entrepreneur
Yanik Silver, author, Internet entrepreneur
Linda Clemons, author, playwrite, talk show host
Robert Scheinfeld, author, lecturer, consultant
Don McAvinchey, author, spiritual coach, entrepreneur
Stacey Hall & Jan Brogniez, authors, consultants, innovators
Clay Cotton, musician, author, Internet entrepreneur
John Harricharan, award-winning author, lecturer
Until now, these people may have been only names to you, but I guarantee that after you read these interviews, you'll know them as warm, living personalities who have worked hard for the information they are sharing here.
But not a single one of them is selfish with the knowledge they possess.
They were actually eager to tell how you can make your own life better. And more importantly, every one of them revealed in plain language how they themselves do it - how they rack up such consistent successes. No hiding the "good parts," no double talk, no veiled hints.
They put everything right out in the open.
But everyone hears differently
Everybody needs to have things explained to them in a way that makes sense to them, personally.
What makes perfect sense to you might not be quite clear to the next person... and vice-versa.
So these ten successful people explain their successes, and they come at it from ten different directions.
Think of the advantage you get. You're almost guaranteed to find a speaker here who explains things in exactly the way you need to hear it, so that it is completely clear to you.
You don't even have to "believe"
Interestingly, most of the people I interviewed plainly stated that they don't believe in luck.
But in the next breath, they tell us about steady streams of "serendipitous" or "synchronistic" events that they routinely attract into their daily lives. Often, successful people don't like the word "luck" because it implies that there's no way to control it...
... and they've learned that there is.
If you prefer to call it serendipity or synchronicity rather than lucky, that's okay. The message here is not which word to use. It's about what you can do to get these kinds of things happening for you.
When lucky things do happen... you can call them anything you want.
What does information like this cost?
These nine interviews span more than eight hours.
What does it cost to spend eight hours with some of the most successful people on (and off) the Internet ?
Their consulting fees average over $550 per hour... which multiplies out to $4,400 for their time.
That's what you'd pay if you called and arranged a one-hour consultation with each of these very busy business people. And in several cases, you'd have to wait weeks just to get an open slot.
Or if you were lucky enough to find all ten of them speaking at the same seminar, It'd cost you $2,500 to $5,000 to attend. Then there would be the cost of your airfare, hotel and meals. Say another $1,000 easy. That's $3,500 to $6,000.