Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina
Not classes per se but merely levels of development. If you develop yourself to a certain point, how hard is it to earn $200-300. An empowered child can earn that much by mowing lawns to buy a new bike.
If your current financial experience is less than that of a child with a strong desire for a shiny new bike, it means your power is rather weak. So how can you benefit from a course that requires a certain minimum level of power to benefit from it?
I was about to post the same thing.
One thing most non-attendees won't understand is the shift in vibrational alignment that everybody experienced. Simple exercises like asking a stranger if its legal to gamble in Las Vegas produced unbelievably profound shifts in the attendees, and then the energy they shared in laughter with that person resonated with everybody at the conference. If you've never experienced a dense interconnectedness like that before, your conscious growth will forever be stunted.
By the end, we were all connected to each other in many complex ways. It's like a complex web of interconnectedness.
Even though I didn't connect with Steve directly (no hugs or kisses), I connected with people who literally changed my life, and through them, I connected with Steve indirectly.
That workshop was worth $15000 to $25000 in terms of the 10% value rule. In other words, Steve added roughly $200,000 worth of economic value to the average attendee. I am confident that my income will go from $20,000/year to something like $200,000 by the end of next year. And on top of that, my life will be infinitely more meaningful.
If I am able to stay on the path of conscious growth, my annual income will surpass the million dollar level in a few years.
I have a lot of very powerful feedback (I'm an expert public speaker and expert evaluator), but I'm not sure if the world will receive any value in return for it, due to the weakness of my connection with Steve. I suppose if the other conference-goers wanted to share some of it with Steve (I told a lot of conference-goers what I thought), it might get integrated into the next workshop.
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