Earning in the New Era


How do we earn in this new era?

Global economic shifts have altered the way most people can earn.

Recent statistics suggest that unemployment has fallen in the US… but at the cost of enormous added stress.  Millions are under employed or working so hard that the process is not fulfilling, healthy and barely worth the effort.

Millions are escaping the rat race… creating their own business or moving abroad.

See below great opportunities in publishing and vineyards.

Small magazine publishing businesses are one great way to earn.  Merri and I learned how to earn in Ecuador with publishing.  Our friends Dave and Sherry Johnson learned how to earn with publishing small magazines.

asheboro magazine

Dave and Sherry’s first magazine in Asheboro.

Publishing Benefits.  The income from small Positive Community Magazines is wonderful… as much as $17,000 gross a month (with profits over $11,000) but it’s the wonderful fringe benefits that come to publishers which make this business really great.

Dave sent a note about these benefits.

#1:  Freedom of setting your own hours.  Working when you where and when you want to… not what you are told.  This saves time, frustration and stress.  Dave says he has no commute unless you count the 8 seconds it takes to walk from the bedroom to his  office.  You don’t have to ask permission to take time off to attend your children’s sporting events, concerts, plays or any other event.

#2:  Freedom of expression.  One of Dave’s favorite reasons for having his own publishing business is that he can work at home in his pajamas!   One great writer I know used to work in a SuperMan suit!  Whatever yanks your chain is okay in this business.

#3: You have complete control over your earnings.  If you want to earn more, give yourself a raise by working more and increasing your revenue.

#4: The tax benefits are tremendous.  An expanded portion of your lifestyle becomes tax deductible.

#5:  When you work hard, you are working hard for your benefit and wealth not someone else’s.

#6:  You get PRESS credentials.   Dave says that some big venues (like NASCAR) require official credentials which you can get by calling the press office.  Publishers can create their own “PRESS” badge and it usually gets them “behind the scenes” access.  In addition when there, everyone of course wants to talk to the press so they can end up in the magazine.  Being part of the press also (usually) gets you free admission into most events.  Worst case scenario, you trade/barter an ad to gain admission.

Recently Dave attended an event called the “Big Sip”.  Not only did he get free tickets, he received free VIP tickets which gave him and his wife Sherry access to the show early and gave access benefits that non-VIP ticket holders will not have… separate and earlier session, special demos, a special program, commemorative glass, more participation, a coupon booklet and entry to win free tickets to a national Big Sip Expo.

#7:  Prestige (Celebrity Status).  Dave & Sherry get invited to everything because people want their magazine at their events.  Additionally, they are very well known around town.

#8: Service You Provide to the Community.  The Johnsons are told again and again told that the content of the magazine they publish shines a positive light on the community.

#9:  You  can give a voice to positive organizations that normally wouldn’t have one.  They raise the awareness to programs being hosted by the myriad of organizations in their town that most people would normally never hear of.

#10: Philanthropy.  The Johnson’s have chosen two non-profit organizations to support.  One of the things  non-profits need is press coverage and advertising.   They give about $10,000 worth of advertising a year to our non-profits and various other groups to help them get the exposure they need.

#11:  They even save lives.  In one issue of their magazine they told the story of a little boy who was struggling with a rare disease that caused life-threatening seizures.  One day, while his mom was out shopping, the little boy had a seizure so she rushed him to the hospital.

She called ahead and the nurse met her at the emergency room.  As it happens, the nurse had read the article in the magazine (which someone had brought to the nurse’s lounge) and she recognized the little boy from the article.  Since she knew immediately what was wrong with him, no time was wasted and he was treated quickly.  They were told that this particular seizure was especially bad and that the article probably saved his life.  This doesn’t happen every day but once in a lifetime is good enough!

How’s that compared to being stuck in a cubicle just to make the mortgage?

With these thoughts in mind, Merri and I share with you the report  How to Earn With Positive Community News 

See another way to create a multi dimensional lifestyle….

Wine and Vineyard Investing

By Steve Rosberg

Argentina winery

Argentina Vineyard.

In the six years Ushay has been involved raising capital and operating the Los Arbolitos Vineyard project, we have come across the most varied investor questions and related situations.

Perhaps one of the oddest happened last year, when an acquaintance – who has been in the investment advisory service business for years – approached to ask wine-wizard Andres Rosberg if he would consider joining him and a group of his customers on a tour to Austria.

His goal was to combine a wonderful luxury pleasure trip with the exploration of investment opportunities, and wouldn’t Andres go to cover the topic of “wine investment”.

“Wine investment? Hmm, what exactly do you have in mind?” he asked him. “Do you mean buying bottles and holding them as they age? Buying a winery? Buying a vineyard and selling grapes to wineries? Or enjoying the life of a house in the vineyard?

He looked – a little lost – and said “I don’t know, I never thought about it!”

So, let us go over a little of what we have learnt these past years.

Starting with aging wine, this goes from the absolutely hedonic notion of buying wine before (or right after) the wineries release it and storing it until it has reached a more advanced level of maturity – but not more, as it goes downhill after that. The dividend? Better wine at home, nothing to be sneered at. And occasionally, the possibility of taking something that through aging has become special (“You can’t get any more of this harvest … etc.”) to share with friends, and making a bit of a social splash. In this scenario, you need to see that what you buy is apt for aging, and you have to store it in the right conditions, or it will be a disappointing exercise.

One step up, although we don’t know how you could tap into it on a small scale, is to note that, f. ex. in Buenos Aires restaurants that have a real wine-list, the general price difference between one vintage and the next of the same wine is seldom under 15% and often over 20%. Pretty steep, considering you have a zero credit-risk asset in storage, no?

Then, playing in the serious leagues is buying top end wines – the kind of stuff we can’t afford.

A good place to learn about this (and, eventually, invest in it) is Liv-ex, the London based fine-wine exchange (www.liv-ex.com). It gives the concept of “liquid financial asset” a new perspective.  See below the LVX 100 chart.

wine chart

Click on photo to enlarge.

Moving closer to the grapes, the next level of wine investment is the winery. And that too, comes in all colours, sizes and locations – so no two are the same. Broadly, this ranges from garage crushing for home consumption to large-scale concerns producing industrial wines – which too go from bulk to high-end with a focus on quality. And not to be forgotten, the incredibly alluring boutique winery which will carry YOUR character and maybe your name into the mystical realm of a bottle of wine.

The spectrum is so broad …

If you are serious about doing a “real” winery investment, you not only need to have a grip on grape-sourcing, processing, aging and finance skills, and overall understanding of the wine business, but also a powerful distribution arm, unless you plan on increasing inventory every year.

If you are into the more romantic boutique winery concept, consensus is that your best bet is to wait for the next cyclical shakeout (crises happen everywhere from time to time) and buy somebody else’s dream project for a song. It keeps capital costs down, no mean feat in a super-capital intensive project. No matter how romantic it is, believe me, it IS capital intensive.

There is, of course, the variant of the winery with its own vineyard, the type which provides a scenic background for photos of cool-looking people talking and looking at a glass of wine surrounded by lush green vines laden with ripe fruit. This is better than winery alone, as you get to source part or all of your raw material from a vineyard that you control. But it requires that, aside from having the industrial marketing and financial skills mentioned above, you also be a good farmer.

You may find hybrid projects, where there are teams on the ground to farm your land, to run your winery, and to ship your produce. We have seen some spectacular ones in our neck of the woods, in Mendoza, Argentina’s wine capital. These are valid options, provided you know what you are going to do with the wine.

Somewhere in here is a niche for the gifted wine-trader, who can sell a shipment and then go and source it for delivery. Definitely not for amateurs, if you want to keep your shirt. But for the right persons, ROI is infinite as they have no investment. Success as a trader is the best way in to a winery ownership project.

Getting to the grape – to the pure agriculture play – we have the possibility of buying or planting a vineyard, with the aim of being good farmers and selling the produce to the wineries.

This was the path Ushay chose at Los Arbolitos Vineyard, as  we have the best land, the dream-team team on the ground to operate it, and the right market environment to sell high quality grapes for recurring profits, plus great capital gains.

But be careful. Before you buy a vineyard or land to create one on, check with the neighbors (not only sellers or their agents …) about the environment. Is it hail city? Frost paradise? What about water? Is there any, surface or well? And salinity? Is the water table too high? And the soil? Is there electricity to run the pumps? Available labor? Are you thinking of the right variety/ies, in the appropriate wine region?

The person flogging the property may not be so concerned about these things as you need to be. And you really don’t want to buy the property and learn the answers to all the questions afterwards.

New, exotic wine regions are often very short of supplies, skilled labor and service providers – let alone  customers, so this too is a major consideration.

Finally, there is the possibility of living in a vineyard full or part-time.

This is not such a frequent find, unless you want the whole farming package too.

But it exists, as in La Morada de los Andes (www.lamoradadelosandes.com).

In this case, you have a real-estate investment which allows you a life-style you normally only read about. You are surrounded by vines, you can take a glass of any wine you like and have your photo taken in the vines, with the mountains behind you, and get together with neighbors who are also into embracing nature, pristine air, and year-round breathtaking landscapes. You can hear yourself think. And, like buying wine to age yourself at home, it allows you to enjoy the best in life with family and friends while at the same time creating an enduring legacy.

Yes, investing in wine is worth looking into. That granularity – as opposed to the uniformity of financial assets – makes it fascinating at every step of the way, requiring our attention and intelligence to separate wishful thinking from desirable reality. Which brings the added bonus of stimulating our vitality.

Cheers. Steve.

Others are leaving the stress and pressure behind and moving to a country with less stress.   Ecuador Ateam member Stephen Milden tells how North Americans are earning in Ecuador.

The world is changing and this is making it harder for the middle class to earn a living without giving up a life.  We can shift with the times in many ways with our own small multi dimensional business abroad or in small communities.

Learn more about Ecuador Multi Dimensional Property and Farm tours

Gary

Learn Spanish as you learn about South American farming and timber.  Meet Steve Rosberg in Argentina or Uruguay.  Steve will provide a presentation about vineyard, timber and agricultural investments during the Super Thinking + Spanish courses in Montevideo this February.  Join Our Super Spanish teacher, Spiro Michas, and Steve Rosberg as you learn to speak Spanish in three days and find out more about timber and agricultural investments in Argentina and Uruguay.

See details on the February Montevideo Super Spanish course here.

2016 Schedule

How to Have Real Safety

Regain Real Security

There is a path to true security.

I was reminded of this once when I made a horrible mistake.  Almost!

The supposed error?  Letting my mind wander six decades back to an hour I spent with a girl.

Learn from this near disaster, seven most powerful sources of wealth, health, security and fulfillment in this era.

The girl was pretty and blond.  Terry was her name. My imagination spanned decades returning to my Oregon roots seeing her as if she were there.

We were 11 or 12 and had known each other since we started Rockwood grade school.  Just buddies, our non-romantic friendship lasted 12 years, from first grade till high school’s end.  Then she went off to Pepperdine College in California.  I started traveling the world.  Never saw her again.  I hope her life has gone well.  But until that reflection I’d never thought much of Terry in so many years.

What could have been the tragic error was letting that memory touch my heart.  Two kids, walking on a crisp, Pacific Northwest autumnal afternoon.

We walked down a sun filled, pine needle covered, dirt path.  Huge, fat, green Douglas firs lined the road.  Traffic was no problem, not many cars.  Crossing Stark Street we turned left, hiking three blocks to 182nd.  There we passed an old clapboard candy store.  I can still hear the wooden sidewalk of that store slap beneath my feet, felt the soggy planks sag and smelled astringent pitch from the fir trees.  Then we turned right, up 182nd for about a mile.  There was Terry’s house.

I carried on, walking through a big field, waist high grass turned straw brown by an early frost.  There were dozens of paths made by who knows what.  Animals perhaps or countless generations of other kids walking home alone from school.  I chose one following it to another wood of tall, rough-barked fir.  Crossing one more field, I climbed a rock wall, struggled through a barbed wire fence (my Mom hated that fence ripping my jeans).  I was home!

Sweet simplicity, that dream.  Two kids holding hands, walking on a dirt trail under a crisp, but blue, sunny sky.  Pure innocence.

My tragic error was looking back.  I returned to Rockwood, Oregon with Merri and my kids to show them this part of their roots.  Following the route, Terry and I had walked were the candy store, grange hall, old wooden buildings and their home spun honesty and charm.

Instead we found six lanes of fast, frantic traffic and road rage.  McDonalds, KFC, strip shopping centers.  The car radio blared warnings of local gangs and drive-by-shootings. Beauty, innocence, sweet simplicity, replaced by drive ins and drive bys.  Gangs and drive-by shootings replacing a tender walk in the sun.  Good bye memories, good bye.

How can our kids walk in places like this?  How can we return to those old feeling of security and comfort?

How can any of us possibly keep pace in this world that’s moving so fast?  Then something inside snapped. “There has to be an answer for honest, hard working folks to enjoy the wonderful opportunities of today and regain what we’ve lost over the past forty years”, I swore to myself.

How can we keep up, without having such a fast paced life we turn into machines?  Where do we find time for God, family, charity, and our friends?  How can we rediscover those sun filled, pine needle covered, dirt paths we want to walk?

“There has to be places that are still innocent and pure”, I thought.  “There has to be a way of life that does not pound us with stress”.

This thinking led me to begin reviewing the thousands of economic and business experiences I have shared with readers over the decades.  This started a search for a simpler way of life and a better place to earn and protect our wealth.

By digging, asking and observing, traveling and talking to investors and investment managers all over the world I found that there are true paths to real security in the here and now.  That knowledge helped me develop courses on how to have natural health, everlasting wealth and purposeful investments.

This knowledge helped Merri and me invest in stocks and real estate all over the world.  It helped us find and develop Merrily Farms into a sanctuary here on Little Horse Creek.

That almost error led us to create an entire portfolio of information on how to keep pace, get ahead, enjoy our modern society but, to enjoy life wherever you choose without having to move too fast.

I want to share this information with a special few in our summer course in the Blue Ridge Mountains where the air is dry, crisp, with a bright sparkling sun.  Our North Carolina woods is a place where we can once again walk down sun filled, pine needle covered, dirt paths beneath huge, fat, green fir and hemlock.

We start the course with this question that can help us get our lives back.

“What would you think in the last 30 seconds of your life if you were the richest man in the world but were unhappy?”

This quote is from the opening slide of our Value Investing Seminar, “How to Secure Your Future With a Value Breakout Plan”.  This a vital question because few investors think about the value of comfort and happiness.  Yet the truth is, those who are comfortable and happy with their investments are likely to make good investment decisions.  If not, no matter how much money an investors has, changes are, they’ll lose.

Bring Value and Purposeful Investing Together

value

Join us to learn how to make safety and profit easier and less time consuming so we can focus on our individual purposes in life.

Become an International Club member and join like-minded souls, who take a positive view and think outside the box for better health, greater income and safer, more profitable investments. Share ideas on how to add value to everything and make 2016 -2017 your best years yet.

In 2016 Merri’s, David’s and my mission is to share our 50 years of experience in international business, investing and living to make ourselves happier, healthier and wealthier.

To reach a wider audience we have shifted our seminars online including the seminar “How to Secure Your Future With a Value Breakout Plan”.

Here is a partial syllabus of this seminar.

  • Three common sense ideas:   Avoid lines.  Go where you are a name not a number.  Decide who you are and what matters to you.
  • Why three economic trends that have make smart investors rich every 30 years are ready for cashing in now.
  • How to look for short term problems that create long term value.
  • Update on the best ten markets for safety and profit.
  • How to diversify in value with Country ETFs.
  • The value of time in investing and life.
  • The economics in cyber wars. How to look back at the economics of war to see ahead.
  • Great new innovations that will ignite a 16 year bull market from 2016 to 2032.
  • The next great fuel.
  • Timing long cycles, economic cycles and seasonality.
  • Investing in Demographics.
  • Trading Down, the biggest global trend ahead.
  • Hidden Inflation .
  • How to protect against pension loss.
  • The Silver Dip 2016. When and how to invest in gold and silver . How to double your position with loans.
  • How to spot currency distortions and borrow low to deposit high.
  • How, Why When & Where to bank abroad.

Club membership is for an entire year and the recorded seminar is just one high point.

In 2016 and 2017 we are conducting online seminars about value investing, natural health and how to write to sell.

International Club members receive all the online seminars free.

In addition club membership includes:

  • Personal investing Course (Pi), normally $297, FREE
  • Self Fulfilled How to be a Self Publisher, normally $299, FREE
  • Eventful Business, normally $349, FREE
  • International Business Made EZ, normally $299, FREE
  • Report “Three Economic Conditions for 50% or More Profit,” normally $29.95, FREE
  • Report “Silver Dip 2015” normally $27, FREE
  • Three online Value Investing Seminars, normally $477, FREE
  • One online Natural Health Seminar, normally $119, FREE
  • One online Writers Camp, normally $299, FREE

Annual International Club (one year) Membership  $1,199

Annual International Club (one year) Membership four quarterly $375 payments

Merri and I have been organizing courses, seminars and newsletters about international and Super Thinking  lifestyles for over 30 years.  The importance of this sharing… by like minded souls… was reinforced when a delegate from a course sent an email that said:

My Dearest Merri and Gary, Thank you for your most gracious hospitality last weekend. I am just thrilled at being a part of your group.  You and Gary were exactly as I imagined you to be, warm friendly, kind, considerate, genuine, helpful, fun, sincere, what else can I say……I felt so comfortable in your presence and learned so much in your course. I was sad to leave the farm that Sunday afternoon.  You made us all feel so welcome and cared about.  You were so kind to make arrangements for a ride with the other delegates from the Charlotte Airport.  They were so nice to me and so helpful, by the time the weekend was over I felt like they were my long lost brothers. Monday morning we all had breakfast at the airport together and I was so sad to see them go, I was sad the weekend was over, perhaps sad is not the right word for how I was feeling perhaps Gratitude is a better way to describe it.  Grateful for having the opportunity to share the weekend with such wonderful, like minded Human Beings, in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina. Thank you Merri and Gary.  Thanks to you I now have new hope and a new direction to move forward in my life.   I know by attending your classes and conferences that through education and due diligence I will make the right choices.

I invite you to be a member of the International Club.

Let’s prosper in these times of change. Won’t you join us in this exciting club and share Merri’s and my lifestyle for the next year?  Join us online.

Club members receive everything we offer in 2016 and 2017.

Annual International Club (one year) Membership  $1,199

Annual International Club (one year) Membership four quarterly $375 payments

Gary

Join us all year in 2013.

Belong to the International Club

How to Have Real Safety

Regain Real Security

There is a path to true security.

I was reminded of this once when I made a horrible mistake.  Almost!

The supposed error?  Letting my mind wander six decades back to an hour I spent with a girl.

Learn from this near disaster, seven most powerful sources of wealth, health, security and fulfillment in this era.

The girl was pretty and blond.  Terry was her name. My imagination spanned decades returning to my Oregon roots seeing her as if she were there.

We were 11 or 12 and had known each other since we started Rockwood grade school.  Just buddies, our non-romantic friendship lasted 12 years, from first grade till high school’s end.  Then she went off to Pepperdine College in California.  I started traveling the world.  Never saw her again.  I hope her life has gone well.  But until that reflection I’d never thought much of Terry in so many years.

What could have been the tragic error was letting that memory touch my heart.  Two kids, walking on a crisp, Pacific Northwest autumnal afternoon.

We walked down a sun filled, pine needle covered, dirt path.  Huge, fat, green Douglas firs lined the road.  Traffic was no problem, not many cars.  Crossing Stark Street we turned left, hiking three blocks to 182nd.  There we passed an old clapboard candy store.  I can still hear the wooden sidewalk of that store slap beneath my feet, felt the soggy planks sag and smelled astringent pitch from the fir trees.  Then we turned right, up 182nd for about a mile.  There was Terry’s house.

I carried on, walking through a big field, waist high grass turned straw brown by an early frost.  There were dozens of paths made by who knows what.  Animals perhaps or countless generations of other kids walking home alone from school.  I chose one following it to another wood of tall, rough-barked fir.  Crossing one more field, I climbed a rock wall, struggled through a barbed wire fence (my Mom hated that fence ripping my jeans).  I was home!

Sweet simplicity, that dream.  Two kids holding hands, walking on a dirt trail under a crisp, but blue, sunny sky.  Pure innocence.

My tragic error was looking back.  I returned to Rockwood, Oregon with Merri and my kids to show them this part of their roots.  Following the route, Terry and I had walked were the candy store, grange hall, old wooden buildings and their home spun honesty and charm.

Instead we found six lanes of fast, frantic traffic and road rage.  McDonalds, KFC, strip shopping centers.  The car radio blared warnings of local gangs and drive-by-shootings. Beauty, innocence, sweet simplicity, replaced by drive ins and drive bys.  Gangs and drive-by shootings replacing a tender walk in the sun.  Good bye memories, good bye.

How can our kids walk in places like this?  How can we return to those old feeling of security and comfort?

How can any of us possibly keep pace in this world that’s moving so fast?  Then something inside snapped. “There has to be an answer for honest, hard working folks to enjoy the wonderful opportunities of today and regain what we’ve lost over the past forty years”, I swore to myself.

How can we keep up, without having such a fast paced life we turn into machines?  Where do we find time for God, family, charity, and our friends?  How can we rediscover those sun filled, pine needle covered, dirt paths we want to walk?

“There has to be places that are still innocent and pure”, I thought.  “There has to be a way of life that does not pound us with stress”.

This thinking led me to begin reviewing the thousands of economic and business experiences I have shared with readers over the decades.  This started a search for a simpler way of life and a better place to earn and protect our wealth.

By digging, asking and observing, traveling and talking to investors and investment managers all over the world I found that there are true paths to real security in the here and now.  That knowledge helped me develop courses on how to have natural health, everlasting wealth and purposeful investments.

This knowledge helped Merri and me invest in stocks and real estate all over the world.  It helped us find and develop Merrily Farms into a sanctuary here on Little Horse Creek.

That almost error led us to create an entire portfolio of information on how to keep pace, get ahead, enjoy our modern society but, to enjoy life wherever you choose without having to move too fast.

I want to share this information with a special few in our summer course in the Blue Ridge Mountains where the air is dry, crisp, with a bright sparkling sun.  Our North Carolina woods is a place where we can once again walk down sun filled, pine needle covered, dirt paths beneath huge, fat, green fir and hemlock.

We start the course with this question that can help us get our lives back.

“What would you think in the last 30 seconds of your life if you were the richest man in the world but were unhappy?”

This quote is from the opening slide of our Value Investing Seminar, “How to Secure Your Future With a Value Breakout Plan”.  This a vital question because few investors think about the value of comfort and happiness.  Yet the truth is, those who are comfortable and happy with their investments are likely to make good investment decisions.  If not, no matter how much money an investors has, changes are, they’ll lose.

Bring Value and Purposeful Investing Together

value

Join us to learn how to make safety and profit easier and less time consuming so we can focus on our individual purposes in life.

Become an International Club member and join like-minded souls, who take a positive view and think outside the box for better health, greater income and safer, more profitable investments. Share ideas on how to add value to everything and make 2016 -2017 your best years yet.

In 2016 Merri’s, David’s and my mission is to share our 50 years of experience in international business, investing and living to make ourselves happier, healthier and wealthier.

To reach a wider audience we have shifted our seminars online including the seminar “How to Secure Your Future With a Value Breakout Plan”.

Here is a partial syllabus of this seminar.

  • Three common sense ideas:   Avoid lines.  Go where you are a name not a number.  Decide who you are and what matters to you.
  • Why three economic trends that have make smart investors rich every 30 years are ready for cashing in now.
  • How to look for short term problems that create long term value.
  • Update on the best ten markets for safety and profit.
  • How to diversify in value with Country ETFs.
  • The value of time in investing and life.
  • The economics in cyber wars. How to look back at the economics of war to see ahead.
  • Great new innovations that will ignite a 16 year bull market from 2016 to 2032.
  • The next great fuel.
  • Timing long cycles, economic cycles and seasonality.
  • Investing in Demographics.
  • Trading Down, the biggest global trend ahead.
  • Hidden Inflation .
  • How to protect against pension loss.
  • The Silver Dip 2016. When and how to invest in gold and silver . How to double your position with loans.
  • How to spot currency distortions and borrow low to deposit high.
  • How, Why When & Where to bank abroad.

Club membership is for an entire year and the recorded seminar is just one high point.

In 2016 and 2017 we are conducting online seminars about value investing, natural health and how to write to sell.

International Club members receive all the online seminars free.

In addition club membership includes:

  • Personal investing Course (Pi), normally $297, FREE
  • Self Fulfilled How to be a Self Publisher, normally $299, FREE
  • Eventful Business, normally $349, FREE
  • International Business Made EZ, normally $299, FREE
  • Report “Three Economic Conditions for 50% or More Profit,” normally $29.95, FREE
  • Report “Silver Dip 2015” normally $27, FREE
  • Three online Value Investing Seminars, normally $477, FREE
  • One online Natural Health Seminar, normally $119, FREE
  • One online Writers Camp, normally $299, FREE

Annual International Club (one year) Membership  $1,199

Annual International Club (one year) Membership four quarterly $375 payments

Merri and I have been organizing courses, seminars and newsletters about international and Super Thinking  lifestyles for over 30 years.  The importance of this sharing… by like minded souls… was reinforced when a delegate from a course sent an email that said:

My Dearest Merri and Gary, Thank you for your most gracious hospitality last weekend. I am just thrilled at being a part of your group.  You and Gary were exactly as I imagined you to be, warm friendly, kind, considerate, genuine, helpful, fun, sincere, what else can I say……I felt so comfortable in your presence and learned so much in your course. I was sad to leave the farm that Sunday afternoon.  You made us all feel so welcome and cared about.  You were so kind to make arrangements for a ride with the other delegates from the Charlotte Airport.  They were so nice to me and so helpful, by the time the weekend was over I felt like they were my long lost brothers. Monday morning we all had breakfast at the airport together and I was so sad to see them go, I was sad the weekend was over, perhaps sad is not the right word for how I was feeling perhaps Gratitude is a better way to describe it.  Grateful for having the opportunity to share the weekend with such wonderful, like minded Human Beings, in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina. Thank you Merri and Gary.  Thanks to you I now have new hope and a new direction to move forward in my life.   I know by attending your classes and conferences that through education and due diligence I will make the right choices.

I invite you to be a member of the International Club.

Let’s prosper in these times of change. Won’t you join us in this exciting club and share Merri’s and my lifestyle for the next year?  Join us online.

Club members receive everything we offer in 2016 and 2017.

Annual International Club (one year) Membership  $1,199

Annual International Club (one year) Membership four quarterly $375 payments

Gary


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