Originally Posted by MagicalRealist
I'm happy to pay for materials that have resonated with me and been helpful in my development. To me, that's a way of offering thanks to the people who put that information into a useful form, as well as an easy means of transmitting that knowledge to others (I give away a lot of books, passing the knowledge I originally got for free on to others).
That's exactly why I'm a GIN member. By being a member I get access to exclusive information from some of the most amazing people in the world without paying for each of the workshops individually. Meaning, GIN hosts hundreds of events that I get FREE access to as a member, so I don't have to pay for each workshop individually.
As a Level 1 Member I get access to all Lvl1 workshops that are being held all over the world on a variety of different topics. And what's even more cool is that GIN records an audio version of each seminar and has them available for listening to on their website shortly thereafter. So if I can't attend a workshop in person, I can just listen to the audio online. That is one of the benefits of membership.
There are no "hidden secrets" to manifesting that can only be had by paying thousands of dollars to the one guy who claims to hold the key to forbidden knowledge. Really, there aren't.
(1) The "hidden secrets" to manifesting are shared in the program "Your Wish is Your Command". This program is being offered to you for FREE, not for "thousands of dollars".
(2) Kevin Trudeau doesn't claim to be the only one who knows this secret. In fact I personally know a multi-millionaire who I used to work with who knows the same secrets, and he LIVES these principles but he doesn't teach them.
Most people who know these secrets don't have time to teach them to people, they simply apply them in their own lives. KT also doesn't claim he came up with any of these secrets. They were taught to him.
(3) There are BILLIONS of dollars every year spent by people attending seminars and workshops and buying all types of courses where people share highly specialized information / knowledge on specific topics to people who are looking for that kind of information.
Steve Pavlina charges what $400-$500 for a workshop? Esther / Abraham charge $$$ for their workshops. Tony Robbins charges for his workshops. Deepak Chopra charges for his. Eckhart Tolle charges for his.
I really don't understand why anyone in the world would still be under the illusion that such information is ever taught for free. Yes there is a lot of free info online, but it's all just snippets and pieces of information.
I would be willing to bet that attending a Steve Pavlina seminar for $400 is worth every penny, even if you've already read all the Free info Steve publishes.
Abundance is our birthright. Joy is our birthright. And, by extension, so is the knowledge of how to claim these things. And anyone who tells you that they are the only one who can give you that knowledge--as long as you're willing to pay the price they set on it--is a liar.
Where exactly did anyone get the idea that Kevin Trudeau ever said that he is the ONLY only one who knows this information?
Henry Ford knew this information. Napoleon Hill knew this information. Bill Gates knows this information. Donald Trump knows this information. Andrew Carnegie Knew this information. The majority of the wealthy elite all over the world know this information. Not just Kevin Trudeau.
All that KT teaches with the "Who do you listen to?" lesson is to listen to people who already HAVE what it is that you desire.
So for example, if I wanted to learn lessons of wisdom on how to run a successful day-time talk-show, I would consider wisdom from someone like "Oprah" more useful than from Michael Jordan, who has never hosted a day-time talk show.
If I wanted to learn wisdom about basketball, I would consider Michael Jordan's wisdom more valuable than Deepak Chopra's.
If I wanted to learn wisdom about Tae Kwon Do, I would seek it from a high level black belt in Tae Kwon Do, not a Yoga instructor.
If I wanted to learn wisdom about how to build a successful Blog I would seek it from someone who has built a successful Blog, not from my uncle who doesn't even know a Blog is.
I mean isn't that just common sense?
The challenge is that when it comes to MANIFESTING WEALTH type information, everyone has an opinion on the topic but very few people have actually built any real worth.
What Kevin Trudeau is saying is that the LOUDEST voices out there talking about how to build wealth have never actually built any. If you want to build wealth, learn it from someone who has actually built it. Find a wealthy mentor.
Don't take wealth-building advice from people whose net worth is -$80,000. Unless your goal in life is to also have a negative net worth.