How To Earn A Six Figure Annual Income In The Multi-Billion Dollar Self-Improvement Industry

Written by Ariel Keis

Wealthy and ambitious people ofrepparttar world often have attributed some "indescribable secret" asrepparttar 134912 key to their success. People who desire to attain success in their own lives have spent, and will continue to spend, millions of dollars to cultivate these "secret" success traits within themselves.

Particularly sincerepparttar 134913 early seventies, there has been a growing demand byrepparttar 134914 public to attend classes, workshops, and self-improvement seminars that will enable them to align their thinking as well as their actions, with those of people who have already achieved success.

For example, think about all ofrepparttar 134915 “gurus” who are raking in millions of dollars promoting wealth building seminars on such topics as government auctions, real estate and stock/commodity market investment. There are too many to list here but I am sure that you have heard of some ofrepparttar 134916 “big names” in this area. They capitalize onrepparttar 134917 fact that many people want to duplicate their success.

The popularity of such best-selling how-to books as WINNING IS BELIEVING...THINK AND GROW RICH...HOW TO DEVELOP A WINNING PERSONALITY...OVERCOMING SHYNESS... IMAGINEERING... NEW LIFE OPTIONS... WINNING BY NEGOTIATION... SUCCESSFUL VISUAL-VERBAL COMMUNICATIONS... CONVERSATIONALLY SPEAKING... and countless others is also a testament torepparttar 134918 "need" for self-improvement seminars.

Dale Carnegie--the author ofrepparttar 134919 book, How To Win Friends and Influence People--was certainly one ofrepparttar 134920 first, if not "the first" self-improvement seminar market/teacher. Back inrepparttar 134921 Great Depression ofrepparttar 134922 thirties, he recognized this need in people to improve themselves--he worked out a deal withrepparttar 134923 local management of his hometown YMCA-- gotrepparttar 134924 word around that he was holding classes on self-improvement--andrepparttar 134925 rest is one ofrepparttar 134926 truly classic unemployed-to-multi-million-dollar success stories of our time.

Even with all ofrepparttar 134927 self-improvement materials available,repparttar 134928 market potential has only barely been scratched, affording a real ground-floor opportunity for those withrepparttar 134929 drive and determination to take action.

Successful seminars are generally based uponrepparttar 134930 concept of giving onerepparttar 134931 power to believe in oneself. The speakers usually speaks from insights and expertise gained from their own life experiences. Self-improvements seminars giverepparttar 134932 attendeesrepparttar 134933 tools--andrepparttar 134934 motivation--to succeed. Thus, a well-organized and well presented seminar that helps people uprepparttar 134935 ladder of success can't help but succeed because we are a success oriented society--it's an easy sell with an income potential limited only by your ability to express yourself.

Why You Need To Buy and Sell Gold Coins (Part 4)

Written by steve renner

Throughout history, many coin collections have produced substantial long-term profits for their owners. This is particularly true for coin collectors of this century. Indeed, Harold Bareford reportedly purchased a collection of U.S. gold coins for $13,832 inrepparttar early 1950s which was resold at auction in 1978 for $1.2 million. A more substantial collector, Louis Eliasberg, built a collection that cost about $300,000. In 1982, it brought $12.4 million at auction.

This investment performance has been well documented by sources as diverse as The Wall Street Journal, Consumer Reports and a host of industry periodicals and guidesheets. What these reports have shown is that carefully selected portfolios of rare coins have had a high rate of long-term appreciation.

Of course, past performance is no guarantee of future results and investments in rare coins do involve risk. Whilerepparttar 134895 market performance of different coins varies substantially and no representation can be made that an individual investor's portfolio will enjoy results similar to those that have been documented inrepparttar 134896 various independent reports and surveys, those reports and surveys illustraterepparttar 134897 impressive returns that carefully selected rare U.S. coins can produce.

Tax Benefits

Capital gains on coins can only be taxed at liquidation, whenrepparttar 134898 profits are actually realized. There is no taxation on phantom or undistributed profits as there are with some investments. And unlike most other investments, there is no federal income tax liability on so-called "wash sales" or like-kind exchanges which enable investors to trade their rare coins for other rare coins of equal or greater value

Intrinsic Value

Unlike paper investments, rare U.S. coins have real tangible value you can feel each time you hold one in your hand. Therefore, they offer two ways to build wealth. Carefully selected coins truly offerrepparttar 134899 best of bullion and numismatics in one investment. They containrepparttar 134900 intrinsic security of bullion and can also offer extraordinary profit potential regardless of what precious metal spot prices do. Still, precious metal content is only a relatively small factor in determiningrepparttar 134901 value of many rare U.S. coins whose value is almost solely based on condition, demand and rarity

Historically Significant Beauty

Rare U.S. coins are a part of our history--direct links to America's rich heritage--as timeless and valuable as history itself. For two centuries, U.S. coins have been symbols of American stability, as well as reflections of national pride. Throughout our nation's history, coins have spotlighted our national heroes, paid tribute to our great achievements and commemorated significant events. These truly historic works of art commemorate past sacrifices made inrepparttar 134902 name of freedom.

Rare U.S. coins acquaint investors with historical figures and events, no matter how far removed by time. The satisfaction of actually owning a piece of history from a bygone era makes investing in rare U.S. coins truly unique. Each coin has traveled a different path through history. As a result, each is a unique embodiment ofrepparttar 134903 hopes and dreams of our founding fathers

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