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Earn With Roses – Save Tax Cash

The note below from Roberto Ribadneira shows how to earn with roses.

Ecuador Roses – Export Tour with Roberto

We will have an Ecuador Export Tour in Cotacachi and surrounding areas on November 11-13,2015.   You can learn how to earn exporting Ecuador products including Ecuador premium roses.

Ecuador roses are great income producers because people re-order on a regular basis.  Ecuador premium roses last longer so cost less in hotels, restaurants and country clubs who need to regularly order flowers.   Flower Shops, wedding and event planners also order roses every single week.

Roses are especially effective fundraisers.  Learn how roses can raise money for charities on the export tour.  Learn how to get floral orders through events.  For example, recently a Rotary Club in Texas ordered 10,000 roses for a fundraiser.  The cost for the roses, landed in Texas, was $1.25 per head.  The roses sold for $3.00 per head.  Those roses at that event raised a lot of money for a good cause.  This fund raising event was a huge success because everyone loves roses.  They were happy to contribute because they helped a good cause and the roses still cost less than in many flower shops.

This was a huge event, but roses can raise money on any scale.  People are willing to buy if they know that part of the money coming from the sale is going to a good cause.  When you export fund raising roses, you are not just selling a product, you are contributing and helping people.

Learn ways to raise money without holding an event also.  Another Rotary Club recently created an email program that offers Ecuadorian Roses to their members.  A donation is made to the Rotary Club for every box of roses we ship.

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Roses shipped for Rotary Club in Texas.

We shipped these roses and made contributions on every box.  This is really efficient.  The orders were sent directly to us from the buyer contributors.   We shipped direct to the buyer and passed on the contributions to the Rotary Club.  We did all the accounting and let Rotary know who bought and how much.  Once the club sent the email, we did all the work.

There is even a way for the buyers to contribute additional money to the Rotary Club, when they make the rose purchase.

Learn how to work with the fund raisers and us so once the fund raisers contact the members, we do the rest. All you and the fund raiser have to do is collect your payment.

Here is an example of how Ecuador exports and email fundraising works.  This week, we launched an email fundraiser for the Rotary Club in Quito, Ecuador with a rose promotion.  Here is the email the Rotary Club sent.

Buy Roses and contribute to Rotary Club Quito Norte.

The Rotary Club in Quito helps poor communities around Puerto Quito, Mindo, Puerto Rico and other small towns in the province of Pichincha in Ecuador.  Our Club buys and installs water treatment systems that make water drinkable.  This mainly helps children at school to be able to drink the water without getting sick.

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The beneficiaries of the last project (which had the help of Rotary Clubs around the USA), helped 8,450 people in 4 different towns and 4 schools. The number of students that benefited were 764 children.  The total investment on the project was USD $54,752.

We would like to help raise funds for the next water treatment project by offering Ecuador premium roses.  For every box of roses that are ordered, there is a $10.00 contribution to the Rotary Club in Ecuador, plus if you wish you can add another $10.00 to the project.

ecuador export roses

Your rose order helps in so many ways. You help Ecuador as a whole by getting FAIR TRADE ROSES, which comply with the highest of international standards.  The farms that grow the roses provide health care, competitive salaries, free meals (breakfast and lunch), sports facilities, technology classes and transportation for the workers.  They are certified by, FAIRTRADE, Global G.A.P., BASC and Flor Ecuador.

You also help Rotary Club Quito Norte in Ecuador to raise funds and can even match the donation.  You help the children of Ecuador in our areas get new water systems that improve their quality of life.

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Plus you bring the joy of a roses beauty into your life and everyone who visits your office or home.

Help by Ordering 25 Roses for Rotary $89.00

Help by ordering 50 Roses for Rotary $99.00

Help by ordering 100 Roses for Rotary $155.00

Join Roberto for the  Ecuador Export Tour in Cotacachi and surrounding areas on November 11-13.

Enroll now. $799  Couples $999.

Gain Huge Tax Benefits

Learn how to use fund raisers and charity events to save tax cash.   There are innumerable tax benefits that are created by your own micro business.   Business and charity can create even great tax savings as this note from Conrad Oertwig our tax preparer shows.

Conrad wrote:  “Ask yourself this: Could a $300 charitable event ticket produce a bigger tax deduction than a $300 business meal with a client?   In both cases, you spend $300.

“Here’s the answer and it’s a stunner: the charity sporting event produces double the deduction of the business meal. Double!

“Are you capturing your double deductions? Do you have the following line items set out in your chart of accounts?

“1:  100% business entertainment deductions
“2:  Regular 50% business entertainment deductions

“If not, and if you attend or participate in charitable events, you are missing valuable deductions because you are giving your tax preparer only one category for entertainment.  Worse yet, you might be deducting the charity events as charitable deductions. Yikes!

“Example 1. You buy two tickets to the local American Cancer Society chapter’s golf outing. On the day of the golf outing, you collect your business colleague and the two of you have breakfast at the outing. Over breakfast, you and the colleague discuss new ways of getting more prospects for your businesses. This gives you a business meeting, and now the golf outing qualifies as business entertainment associated with the breakfast discussion. With proper documentation of the cost and business discussion, the entertainment cost of this golf outing qualifies for the 100% deduction.

“Example 2. Everything is the same as in example 1—breakfast discussion and all—but you go as a spectator to a PGA TOUR event that gives 100% of its net proceeds to 501(c)(3) charities. Your cost of the PGA TOUR event is 100% deductible.

“Example 3. Everything is the same as in example 1. The charity sends you a note saying that the fair value of your golf, food, etc., is equal to the amount you paid and you have no charity tax deduction. Smile. You have no problem. The fair value limitation does not apply to business entertainment. Thus, like in example 1, you deduct everything.

“You might ask me: Where does the law say that I can do this? Internal Revenue Code Section 274(l)(1)(B) says that the 50% cut in a business entertainment deduction shall not apply to any ticket for any sports event:

1    which is organized for the primary purpose of benefiting an organization which is described in section 501(c)(3) and exempt from tax under section 501(a),

2    all of the net proceeds of which are contributed to such organization, and

3    which utilizes volunteers for substantially all of the work performed in carrying out such event.

“Events that use volunteers for substantially all the work and donate the net proceeds to charity include, among others:
•    Golf
•    Tennis
•    Skeet shoots
•    Pheasant hunts
•    Fishing tournaments
•    Bowling
•    Marathons
•    Triathlons
•    Ski tournaments”

This example from Conrad is another case where tax knowledge produces cash and just one of seven cases outlined in a report that I am sending to all delegates of our Value Investing Seminar.

Gain ideas on how to have your own micro business for extra income and to save cash on taxes at our October Value Investment Seminar.

Learn Fun & Profitable Tax Secrets

Imagine this, micro businesses are such good ways to create wealth and reduce tax that even cruises can be tax deductible.

Small family owned businesses have some of the best tax benefits.

Micro businesses have huge tax savings using really conservative strategies.

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Conrad Oertwig (far right) after a seminar when delegates visit our North Carolina home.

This is why I am delighted that our tax preparer, Conrad Oertwig, who is a master of tax savings information, has agreed to speak at our October 17-18, 2015 Value Investment Seminar.

Conrad Oertwig can assist you on tax matters.  IN FACT THIS FALL, Conrad will be offering a course and personal service on ways that one-person and family business owners can have more cash via tax savings.   Conrad is offering a report on seven ways to put more cash on the table when you earn and is releasing a course on how to save taxes this fall.

Conrad’s report is “7 Secrets to Paying Less Tax… for the One-Owner Business”.  He sent me this note to share with you about the report.

From: Conrad Oertwig

One hard fact of life is that taxes are cash.  It’s a mistake to think of taxes as taxes.  If you want to create more net worth, you need to think of taxes as cash.

How much tax cash are you leaving on the table? Thousands? Tens of thousands?

Here are just three of seven secrets I will share with Gary Scott readers at the October 17-18 Value Investment Seminar and in my report.   Learn how to pay less tax, have more cash, and build your net worth.

Secret # 1: Gain $12,976 by using two vehicles for business.  In the past, your tax adviser likely told you to drive one vehicle for business and the other vehicle for personal purposes. This old advice made it easier to claim the one car as a business car because no business mileage log was required back then. But that’s no longer true.

Today, tax law requires you to keep a mileage log to prove business use. That changes the game. With today’s rules, you gain nothing by using only one car. But the new mileage log rule gives you a possible opportunity to increase your tax deductions.

First, you might ask: Will the IRS allow me to use more than one vehicle for business?

Yes! The IRS official method for computing business use of a single vehicle is to divide business miles by total miles driven. IRS Form 4562, which is filed by proprietorships and corporations, contains spaces for up to six vehicles. In other words, yes, the IRS recognizes that you can drive more than one vehicle.

Here are the two basics that make the two-vehicle strategy work:
1:  You drive more miles than your spouse, and
2:  Both vehicles are somewhat close in adjusted basis.
To see if you can benefit from this two-vehicle strategy, and by how much (the minimum amount, really), apply the arithmetic from the before-and-after example below to your vehicles.

Before. You drive 2,000 personal and 28,000 business miles on your vehicle (93% business). Your spouse drives 8,000 personal miles on vehicle 2. Each vehicle has an adjusted basis of $24,000. Your maximum depreciation and/or Section 179 deduction is $22,400 (93% times $24,000) on the one vehicle you currently drive for business.

After. You switch vehicles with your spouse every week. You now have 73.7% business use of vehicle 1 and 73.7% business use of vehicle 2. This produces $35,376 in maximum depreciation and/or Section 179 deductions (73.7% x 2 x $24,000).

You gain $12,976 in new deductions ($35,376 minus $22,400). You did not have to drive one mile further or spend one additional penny. You simply had to know (as you learned here) that this strategy could work for you.

Secret #2:  Have a second office in the home.

Have you been told that because you have an office outside your home that you may not have an office in the home?  That’s wrong!

IRS publication 463 states, “You can have more than one business location, including your home, for a single trade or business.”  Learn why in the free report due to IRS publication 587 you want your office in the home to qualify as an administrative office.

Secret #3: Travel by cruise ship and deduct up to $680 a day.

When you know the rules, it’s easy to travel to a business meeting by cruise ship rather than by airplane or other mode of transportation.  Tax law provides various ways for you to deduct a cruise.  The free report shows an example of a trip to St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands from California or New York.

Learn about IRS Regulation 1.274-4 that gives you two one-owner business friendly rules that you can use to your benefit:

1:  The United States means the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
2: Transportation cost to a foreign destination for seven days or less, excluding the day of departure, is not subject to an allocation between business and personal days.

In the example if you fly to Miami, Florida, board a cruise ship that will take five days to arrive at St. Thomas your deductions will include the cost of:

1 :  Travel to Miami
2:   Cruise ship fare to St. Thomas (not to exceed tax law’s luxury boat limits that range in 2014 from a low of $566 to $680 per day, depending on the dates of travel)
3:   Food and lodging in St. Thomas
4:   Airfare to Miami
5 :  Travel from Miami to home

You have to admit, tax knowledge can be fun which is why I want to send you this free report.

I specialize in “nuts and bolts” tax strategies that bring tax law to life so that business taxpayers and professional tax advisers can put the law to work for them.  In fact, my mission is to clarify taxes so that you take control of your money.

Plucking common sense from the tax law is time consuming and difficult work.  Yet, after more than 25 years, I still get great satisfaction when I can clarify and extract tax dollars from the tax law not only for your pockets but also to add to your net worth.  In fact I have extracted over 400 tax savings tips and would like to share the most important lessons with you so am creating a course that will share seven tax secrets each month for the next year.


Conrad Oertwig

Learn how to have a tax advantaged one person or family owned micro business.

Conrad has dozens of tax savings secrets he will explain at our October 17-18 Value Investment Seminar.   To help you get an early start, we will send you Conrad’s report “7 Secrets to Paying Less Tax… for the One-Owner Business”, when you enroll in the seminar.

Get seminar details here


Survival in Anarchy Through Publishing Cohesion

Here are some thoughts on how to survive & prosper in anarchy.

You can profit from a groundswell change in the world’s socio-economic system that creates enormous opportunity for small self publishers and exporters now.


Here are delegates on one of our recent Ecuador tours.  See below how these tours help delegates learn how to earn through authenticity and cohesion.

More importantly see why authenticity and cohesion create this opportunity and why so many Americans and Canadians are moving to Ecuador… because of anarchy.

The internet and broadband are helping lead the world into a state of  anarchy… but in a very positive way.

Those who see the upside of this shift will prosper from the change that is coming.

Anarchy has been given a negative connotation, but…  in its truer… deeper meanings, anarchy describes a Utopian State.

One definition of anarchy is:  “A social state in which there is no governing person or group of people, but each individual has absolute liberty (without the implication of disorder).”

Anarchy is pure libertarianism.  In the real world… this state of pure freedom… has rarely worked for long because individuals with absolute authority have not been willing to also accept complete responsibility.  During times of anarchy… self interest groups try to impose their wishes on others by becoming top dog.  Everyone starts stepping on everyone else’s toes.

Traditionally anarchy turns into chaos and disorder.

This seems to be the nature of our universe… shifting from order to anarchy to chaos.

Entropy disintegrates but the process also creates ashes from which a Phoenix will rise.  After order slides into anarchy and  chaos it then comes back into a new order.

This site has recommended the book “Chaos The Making of a New Science” by James Gleick numerous times over the past decade.  An excerpt from that book below outlines a scientific explanation of this universal chaotic order and perhaps can help us see how to help and profit as well in times of change.

If disorder always comes from order then knowing why and how the internet is helping create anarchy, will help us spot  how to serve and profit in the emerging era.

This understanding is important.  Most Westerners are bewildered by the deterioration of the state they were educated to believe in. This is why many are emigrating to South America.  Many are seeking a return to the old Western dream.  Latin America offers a return to seemingly simpler times.

This is why this site also focuses on Smalltown USA where a less complex, friendlier social order still reigns.

The progression of society and the global economy may appear to be in a negative cycle, but common sense suggests that the shifts we are seeing, from order to disorder, are normal and to be expected.

All is in perfect order.  The problem is not the reality but our views that are out of touch with reality.

We can probably presume that most Romans felt equally overwhelmed when barbarians crossed the Rubicon.

Yet here is a point for survival in anarchy… despite the fall of Rome, for the past two millennium, Italy has remained a really great place to live. Italy in this period has been filled with opportunity.

Many Romans experienced great pain and suffering during the Empire’s fall… but those who looked ahead and prepared… were given a great opportunity to prosper as the old order ceased to prevail.  New ideas… fresh energy… enthusiasm and willingness to work became more valuable and rewarding as the old boy’s network, that was draining the empire, failed.

More on Chaos

Here is an excerpt from  James Gleicks book “Chaos – The Making of a New Science”.

What exactly is chaos? The name “chaos theory” comes from the fact that the systems that the theory describes are apparently disordered, but chaos theory is really about finding the underlying order in apparently random data.

When was chaos first discovered? The first true experimenter in chaos was a meteorologist, named Edward Lorenz. In 1960, he was working on the problem of weather prediction. He had a computer set up, with a set of twelve equations to model the weather. It didn’t predict the weather itself. However this computer program did theoretically predict what the weather might be.

One day in 1961, he wanted to see a particular sequence again. To save time, he started in the middle of the sequence, instead of the beginning. He entered the number off his printout and left to let it run.

When he came back an hour later, the sequence had evolved differently. Instead of the same pattern as before, it diverged from the pattern, ending up wildly different from the original.   Eventually he figured out what happened. The computer stored the numbers to six decimal places in its memory. To save paper, he only had it print out three decimal places. In the original sequence, the number was .506127, and he had only typed the first three digits, .506.

By all conventional ideas of the time, it should have worked. He should have gotten a sequence very close to the original sequence. A scientist considers himself lucky if he can get measurements with accuracy to three decimal places. Surely the fourth and fifth, impossible to measure using reasonable methods, can’t have a huge effect on the outcome of the experiment. Lorenz proved this idea wrong.

This effect came to be known as the butterfly effect. The amount of difference in the starting points of the two curves is so small that it is comparable to a butterfly flapping its wings.

The flapping of a single butterfly’s wing today produces a tiny change in the state of the atmosphere. Over a period of time, what the atmosphere actually does diverges from what it would have done. So, in a month’s time, a tornado that would have devastated the Indonesian coast doesn’t happen. Or maybe one that wasn’t going to happen, does.

This phenomenon, common to chaos theory, is also known as sensitive dependence on initial conditions. Just a small change in the initial conditions can drastically change the long-term behavior of a system. Such a small amount of difference in a measurement might be considered experimental noise, background noise, or an inaccuracy of the equipment. Such things are impossible to avoid in even the most isolated lab. With a starting number of 2, the final result can be entirely different from the same system with a starting value of 2.000001. It is simply impossible to achieve this level of accuracy – just try and measure something to the nearest millionth of an inch!

From this idea, Lorenz stated that it is impossible to predict the weather accurately. However, this discovery led Lorenz on to other aspects of what eventually came to be known as chaos theory.

Lorenz started to look for a simpler system that had sensitive dependence on initial conditions. His first discovery had twelve equations, and he wanted a much more simple version that still had this attribute. He took the equations for convection, and stripped them down, making them unrealistically simple. The system no longer had anything to do with convection, but it did have sensitive dependence on its initial conditions, and there were only three equations this time. Later, it was discovered that his equations precisely described a water wheel.

At the top, water drips steadily into containers hanging on the wheel’s rim. Each container drips steadily from a small hole. If the stream of water is slow, the top containers never fill fast enough to overcome friction, but if the stream is faster, the weight starts to turn the wheel. The rotation might become continuous. Or if the stream is so fast that the heavy containers swing all the way around the bottom and up the other side, the wheel might then slow, stop, and reverse its rotation, turning first one way and then the other.

The equations for this system also seemed to give rise to entirely random behavior.  However, when he graphed it, a surprising thing happened. The output always stayed on a curve, a double spiral. There were only two kinds of order previously known: a steady state, in which the variables never change, and periodic behavior, in which the system goes into a loop, repeating itself indefinitely. Lorenz’s equations were definitely ordered – they always followed a spiral. They never settled down to a single point, but since they never repeated the same thing, they weren’t periodic either. He called the image he got when he graphed the equations the Lorenz attractor.

In 1963, Lorenz published a paper describing what he had discovered. He included the unpredictability of the weather, and discussed the types of equations that caused this type of behavior. Unfortunately, the only journal he was able to publish in was a meteorological journal, because he was a meteorologist, not a mathematician or a physicist. As a result, Lorenz’s discoveries weren’t acknowledged until years later, when they were rediscovered by others. Lorenz had discovered something revolutionary; now he had to wait for someone to discover him.

Another system in which sensitive dependence on initial conditions is evident is the flip of a coin. There are two variables in a flipping coin: how soon it hits the ground, and how fast it is flipping. Theoretically, it should be possible to control these variables entirely and control how the coin will end up. In practice, it is impossible to control exactly how fast the coin flips and how high it flips. It is possible to put the variables into a certain range, but it is impossible to control it enough to know the final results of the coin toss.

A similar problem occurs in ecology, and the prediction of biological populations. The equation would be simple if population just rises indefinitely, but the effect of predators and a limited food supply make this equation incorrect. The simplest equation that takes this into account is the following:

next year’s population = r * this year’s population * (1 – this year’s population)

One biologist, Robert May, decided to see what would happen to the equation as the growth rate value changes. At low values of the growth rate, the population would settle down to a single number. For instance, if the growth rate value is 2.7, the population will settle down to .6292. As the growth rate increased, the final population would increase as well. Then, something weird happened. As soon as the growth rate passed 3, the line broke in two. Instead of settling down to a single population, it would jump between two different populations. It would be one value for one year, go to another value the next year, then repeat the cycle forever. Raising the growth rate a little more caused it to jump between four different values. As the parameter rose further, the line bifurcated (doubled) again. The bifurcations came faster and faster until suddenly, chaos appeared. Past a certain growth rate, it becomes impossible to predict the behavior of the equation. However, upon closer inspection, it is possible to see white strips. Looking closer at these strips reveals little windows of order, where the equation goes through the bifurcations again before returning to chaos. This self-similarity, the fact that the graph has an exact copy of itself hidden deep inside, came to be an important aspect of chaos.

An employee of IBM, Benoit Mandelbrot was a mathematician studying this self-similarity. One of the areas he was studying was cotton price fluctuations. No matter how the data on cotton prices was analyzed, the results did not fit the normal distribution. Mandelbrot eventually obtained all of the available data on cotton prices, dating back to 1900. When he analyzed the data with IBM’s computers, he noticed an astonishing fact:

The numbers that produced aberrations from the point of view of normal distribution produced symmetry from the point of view of scaling. Each particular price change was random and unpredictable. But the sequence of changes was independent on scale: curves for daily price changes and monthly price changes matched perfectly. Incredibly, analyzed Mandelbrot’s way, the degree of variation had remained constant over a tumultuous sixty-year period that saw two World Wars and a depression.

We can glean insights into how to react in the future from this excerpt which shows us that:

#1:  It is impossible to predict anything perfectly.
#2: There are little windows of order within all chaos.
#3:  There is sensitive dependence on its initial conditions. Little changes bring huge results.
#4:  There is self-similarity, exact copies of the past hidden deep inside in present and future, even during chaos.
#5:  The degrees of variation remain constant over all, even tumultuous periods.

This suggests that chaos is simply our misunderstanding of order and if we always plan and look for the positive in this chatter… we’ll find better times and opportunity.

Back to the internet… cohesion… and authenticity.

The previous order was ruled by broadband. Radio, TV, records, newspapers, cinema  provided cohesion in the North American and European society.  The majority heard the same music… saw the same shows… at just about the same time… and there were not all that many channels.

Children went to school had about the same education, talked about the commonalities they saw the night before, then at home they connected again to the same input, as everyone else.  So life in Maine was not that different from life in Southern California… because everyone received the same broadcast on just a few networks.

Now children go home form school and tap into hundreds of thousands of different networks… perhaps millions on the net.  This small change in the initial conditions of the formation of our future society is likely to have profound consequences.   A much broader spectrum of thought will influence the upcoming generation beyond Elvis, The Beachboys, Beatles and Jan & Dean.

What this specifically will mean… is unpredictable… but we can see in a bigger picture how this will reduce national cohesion everywhere. Loyalties will rise from common interests shared on the internet… not from the effects of broadcast within a political boundary.

Governments will find this force hard to resist.  If they limit their population’s input… they will limit access to the global economy and advances from  deeper knowledge… lower productivity and especially reduce innovation.  This will cripple and handicap societies that shut down or censor the net.

Publishing and export opportunities comes from this because:

#1: Societies need cohesion.

#2: The global community is the best answer for business productivity. Political borders are inefficient.  True cohesion comes from truth (authenticity). Few political manifestos or the administrations of these manifestos are honest or true.

#3: Small pockets of truth (your publishing or export business) reflected around common interests can create business opportunities because they act like little windows of order during times of increased turmoil.

Let me give you a clear and specific example…. our Ecuador export… and Quantum Thinking and Spanish business.

Despite a tremendous decline in the economy over the past several years… these businesses have been growing at a rate of over 20%.  Is this Americans fleeing the US?  Americans and Canadians headed south?

Only in part.


Here are delegates at our most recent Super Thinking Plus Spanish seminar in Florida. These delegates were from the USA, Canada, France, South Africa, Sri Lanka and China… bound not by political boundaries… but by common interests… to increase intelligence to adapt to change and to communicate better in Spanish.

Look for small windows of lunacy as the world seems to become insane… small truths that will shine in a swelling tide of lies. If you can find a genuine way to serve your fellow man by crossing borders with products (exporting) or valuable information (publishing) then you can gain stability and profit from the very same internet that is also creating anarchy.


Learn about our self publishing course here.

Learn how to earn income through a global business at our Quantum Wealth seminars.

One recent delegates from the British Commonwealth wrote:

Dear Gary and Merri…  I wanted to say thank-you-first of all for your kindness and generous Information while I was in Ecuador this February.
I came up to Cotacahi, went on two real estate tours with Bonnie..and stayed at Meson de las Flores before the IL conference.

I am still working on how my life will move this year… I have many options to think about and am still trying to sell my current land-based business.

Back here I am working on putting together a ‘presentation’ for locals who may be interested In Ecuador.

I am simply going to put an ad in the local paper and book my church hall if the response  is greater than 20 people or so.

I had a few adventures while I was in Ecuador and am looking forward to a fresher,freer and financially improved lifestyle.

There are many ways to earn extra income… through an international business in exports… self publishing and with global internet businesses. Our Quantum Wealth seminars look at many ways to profit.

Enroll now in our June 24 to 27 Quantum Wealth Seminar.

Enroll here. $749 Reserve for one person –  $999  Reserve for two

Learn more about our Quantum Wealth International Investing and Business Seminar here.

Learn how to gain earning freedom with Ecuador exports and real estate.

April 12-15 Ecuador Export Expedition Tour


Bonnie Keough will lead our April Ecuador export tour.


here is a group on a tour with Bonnie in February 2010.

Here are some of the products that Bonnie imports herself including…


organic chocolate.


Textiles and…


knitted jackets are good sellers plus…


low cost jewelry out of vegetable ivory…


beads have good markups.


Handbags of leather and…


cloth are also good.

Stay after the export tour and view Ecuador real estate for sale.

Apr. 17-18   Imbabura Real Estate Tour
Apr. 20-21  Coastal Mid Coast Real Estate Tour
Apr. 23-24  Quito & Mindo Real Estate Tour

Learn how to export Ecuador flowers and much more.

Learn more about Ecuador Roses here


Learn how Fedex delivers Ecuador Easter lilies to your home.


Learn more about our May 9-12, 2010 Cotacachi Super Thinking Plus Spanish course here.

May 9-12       Super Thinking + Spanish Course, Cotacachi Ecuador

May  13-14    Ecuador Shamanic Mingo

May  16-17    Imbabura Real Estate Tour

May  19-20    Coastal Real Estate Tour

May  22-23    Quito Real Estate Tour

May  25-26    Cuenca Real Estate Tour

You enjoy discounts by attending multiple seminars and tours.

Here are our multi tour adventure discounts.

Two Pack… 2 seminar courses & tours $998 Couple  $1,349 Save $149 on couple

Three Pack… 3 seminar courses & tours   $1399 Couple  $1,899 Save $98 single or $348 on a couple or more

Four Pack… 4 seminar courses & tours   $1,699 Couple $2,299 Save $98 single or $697 on a couple or more

Five Pack… 5 seminar courses & tours  $1,999 Couple $2,699 Save $496 single or $1,046 on a couple or more

Six Pack… 6 seminars courses & tours  $2,199 Couple $3,099 Save $795 single or $1,395 on a couple or more

Here is our June 2010 schedule.

June 24       Quantum Wealth North Carolina

June 25-27    International Investing and Business North Carolina

June 28-29    Ecuador Travel & Andes

June 30-Jul 1 Imbabura Real Estate Tour