emotional intelligence, Jamie McIntyre, Personal Development, wealth education

Education for Life Seminar

Okay… I have made it back from the seminar and my feet have touched the ground again so let me tell you about the 4 Day Education for Life seminar with Jamie McIntyre.

We, that is my beautiful partner and I, registered on the Thursday evening prior, to escape the crazy crowds on Friday morning, and we are so glad we did as there were 700 attendees at this particular venue all ready for an extra-ordinary weekend. Having attended twice before, I was aware of what to expect. As for Chris, he had no idea of the impact it would make on his life.

Emotional Intelligence

Jamie spends the first day introducing us to Emotional Intelligence and how important it is to develop a certain mindset in order to be able to make important decisions relating to your finances and creating wealth. To master your finances, you must first master your emotions, therefore, developing a sense of awareness of our surroundings and ourselves is the first step.

I think we all know this and somehow, there are still some of us out there who find it a challenge even to make a decision at times, let alone how we are to spend our money or what kind of investments we should make. Let me ask you this. Do you think that a millionaire would think differently to someone who relies on a pension perhaps? Of course they would. Now the reason I am using this extreme example is simply to make a distinction. The millionaires perception of an opportunity would possibly never occur to a pensioner, so that is why re-wiring the subconscious mind and developing the mindset of a millionaire plays such a big role towards your success with the following strategies. The academy graduates who have done this have gone on to create a life that they love.

β€œApart from me? Ok… I just retired my Sister, pulled my Mum off the pension and retired two of my closest friends. I have a cousin who is supplying his own funding for UNI instead of relying on Austudy. I have 3 other cousins who are on the verge of leaving their jobs and know personally of at least 5 or 6 other grads who have left their jobs by replacing their income by other means. Every single one of them feels totally elated and are in a state of disbelief that it has actually happened to them so very quickly. It’s a good feeling knowing that I have changed so many lives. I also appreciate your comments and am glad that my personal goals and successes have inspired you and others.”

Internet Marketing, Property Investing, Stock Market and Business

Creating a synergy of these four strategies is the way Jamie was able to get himself out of debt and become a multi-millionaire while still in his early twenties. Coupled with the mindset, he has done extremely well for himself and having Anthony Robbins as one of his mentors has only accelerated his growth.

Now Jamie wants to help others in finding their way to creating wealth for themselves so he has partnered with some awesome speakers who have also produced results to give us their secrets on how to go about it. They included:

Mark Rolton from Massland Property Options, Tony Christiansen – Motivational Speaker, Peter Bland the Ice Man and self-confessed thrillionaire, Angus Knight – Stock Broker, Daniel Kertcher – Stock Market, George Fokas – Sharelord, and Jennie Armato – Internet Marketing.

There were many more but I think you get the drift. Each of these speakers presented their strengths in their area of expertise and where they have been able to master and tweak a particular strategy to make it work for them and have gone on to create abundance in their lives and now in a position to teach others to do the same.

The weekend finished up with a Charity Gala Ball so that we could go on and celebrate the learnings from the seminar. We met some great people whom we will keep in touch with and it’s a great idea to help keep us and them accountable. New friendships being formed under those circumstances are a great asset towards our success.

Jamie’s ebook is available to everyone for downloading and I would love to meet up with you at one of Jamie’s future seminars. Now that would be fun! Let me know if any of you have come across any of these speakers before. Tony Christiansen is a native of New Zealand. He lost his legs when he was run over by a train at the age of 9 and had he went on to become a successful sign writer, pilot, life saver, and he has even climbed Mt Kilimanjaro! Lovely guy and a great sense of humour too. Well worth visiting his site when you get the chance.

Dedicated to Success


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    • Hey Carole πŸ™‚ Thanks for the compliment. It’s hard not to feel wealthy and gorgeous in a photo with two cute guys πŸ˜‰ We had a great four days and met heaps of like-minded people who will be applying a couple of the strategies we want to, so we have made a whole lot of new friends along the way to stay accountable with. Hugs and travel?… look out for my next destination… coming soon!

  1. Hello Ange,

    Welcome Back! Your angel guarded the fort for you quite well. When I saw your avatar, I knew the seminar, 4 days of concentrated discussions of wealth acquisition and re-wiring of the subconscious mind, can be exhaustingly fulfilling.

    I suppose you’re all primed up to be wealthy. Yet the first thing you do is to unselfishly share what treasure chest of knowledge and techniques you have internalized. Give it in small doses so that it can be digested well. Remember, you don’t have all that time and space to explain as much as it was explained to you.

    I know this because I have attended a similar course in the mid-80’s and have been a speaker in some seminars of the same topic and duration in several developing countries in South East Asia and Africa.

    This will be appreciated by your readers, and I will appreciate reading it too, since we can all learn from the experience of others – no two experiences are alike. There’s something I’ve always held as true, it’s that there are some things we know better than others, and there are some things others know better than us. regardless of their station in life, we can always learn something worthwhile from every human being. πŸ™‚ –Durano, done!

    Durano Lawayan’s last blog post..Hitler’s Heinous Hoard

    • Hey Durano, it’s good to be back. I miss this place and my fellow bloggers places which I visit.

      Yes, four days can be fullfilling and exhausting although there is so much buzz going on that it’s difficult to sleep as well.

      You know, I do give the distinctions that I learn in small doses here in my articles. Most of what I write is based on what I get from the seminars… you will notice that 80% of my articles are related to mindset and emotional intelligence and the rest of the 20% are strategies and the occasional meme and award ceremonies!

      Your work really intrigues me. I know that it is in the humanitarianism field and I’m sure that you probably use most of what I write about on here. I will keep writing about what I have learned and I have some great ideas for some posts so stay tuned!

      It’s good to see you here πŸ™‚

  2. Hi Ange,

    GREAT to have you back and you look glowing in that photo. A BIG thanks for the awesome Jamie M book your sent us here in Dubai and we truly enjoy reading the wisdom that it offers….

    We admire your outlook and are honoured to have you as a flowers founder…..

    GO! Ange.

    Jim & Em

    GO! Smell the flowers’s last blog post..GO! Smell our rejected manuscript!

    • Hi Flowers! It’s great to be back and I’m so happy you enjoyed Jamie’s book πŸ™‚

      As for being one of your founders, I wouldn’t have it any other way!


  3. Hey Ange,

    When I saw the photo I was like, “hey, is that Jamie Ange is standing next to.” Yap, you’re on your way to a being a millionaire, gearing yourself with positive mentors. I’m glad you’re back. To be honest I was getting side tracked about this wealth building thing but just reading your posts get’s me of my butt; I’m energized. I need to fill my head with more positive things. That’s why I said I have been having too much fun, nonsense fun, I need fun that feeds my soul and mind. Thank you for that. If I have any questions I will email you. In the meantime I’m going to carry on reading..had taken a bit of break (i’m embarrased to say). Like you said you have to change you emotional status first, something like that (don’t worry, I totally understood the concept). By the way, you’re looking great.

    Tondy’s last blog post..As the Tide Got Rougher!

    • Hey Tondy, it’s life that gets the better of us at times and sometimes, we do go astray. The beauty of this is of course to be aware of it as you are, and know that you can find our way back. There is no right or wrong about it, it’s what it is, so when you are ready for that book, you will pick it up and read it. I look forward to hearing from you and I too must get that forum finished. Catch up with you soon!

  4. Hi and welcome back. I read your article with great interest. As we just recently we sought the advise of a financial planner. I didn’t realise how much paper work and background checking that he did on us to ascertain our goals and risk levels for investing.

    He didn’t really have to tell us we were low risk takers as we already knew that. But he did ask us one very important question in regards to us investing. What did we want to do when we retired? Going on that answer he worked out what we had to do and what we had to invest in. All fairly safe items to say the least.

    So do we want to be millionaires? Yes, but only if we can do it by risking as little as possible. Going on that, I think being a millionaire is out of the question. But still it would be nice.

    Anyway, thank you for the good advise and take care!

    • Hi Peter, I am always fascinated by those financial planners knowing what I know now… and having worked in a bank for many years, believe me, I know how much paperwork is involved!!

      As for being a millionaire, I’m just guessing, but having raised a family in Sydney, I’m willing to bet that your property may be close to $1 million if not more, so you may already be a millionaire and not know it πŸ˜‰ There are many low risk strategies which will help increase your wealth and the least riskiest is investing in property… in the right area, so this is where research is needed. The history of property values just goes to show that it always rises. Think back 10 years ago or 20 years ago… what was your property worth then? Compare it to now and you will see what I mean.

      All the best with your financial planners and look out for the fees they charge!!! and that’s yearly!!!

  5. Nice post,and you’ve certainly done an excellent job of recaping the seminar.

    I’m usually skeptical of these kinds of things, but this whole idea of emotional intelligence is appealing. I also think it is right on. I’ve always said that if you want to do something, then do it. Stop thinking about all of the problems of doing it, and do it. And the idea of resting on a pension, well I don’t think theres anything wrong with pensioners, they earned it. Not everyone can be creative and decisive. My father, for instance, labored all of his life without a pension except for social security at 65. He would have given anything for a job pension. I tried to get him involved with buying property, stocks, self employment, but he felt more comfortable driving his truck. He did buy his own truck once, but he almost went broke. In my opinion, we need theses bedrock people. But for others, get off the dime and get it done!

    Very interesting post. I suppose next year you’ll be posting from your villa in the south of France LOL.

    HAve a very nice day.

    Swubird’s last blog post..Chapter One: Alva’s Secret

  6. Hey swubird, it’s great to see you! You’re absolutely right about the pension. I only used it as an example for the point I was making. It is highly likely too that the pension will not be around by the time we are at that age and this is one of the reasons that I write about these wealth creation ideas… so that we have plans in place to at least be able to have some of the things we want to as we enter into the twilight years.

    Just do it is a great motto to. Stop thinking about it and get on with it. That’s the only way to get things done I believe. The more we put things off, the less likely they get done. Great philosophy to have.

    As for posting from my villa in the South of France… you just never know… it is a possibility… πŸ˜‰

  7. Hi! You’re quite right about the property we own. But a million is not what is used to be and does not hold the same status as say 15 yrs ago, roughly.

    As for the earlier talk about the pension, the government would prefer us to work far longer in order to support the many that are about to retire and for those that will retire in the future.

    I can see many of us working well into our late 60’s in order to support ourselves. But having said that I think working after retirement age keeps many alive and active. Thank you for the advise and take care!

    Peter McCartney’s last blog post..My Thoughts on Women

  8. You are spot on about working well after retirement age Peter. The idea is that you are doing something that you love to do so that it does not feel like work, or that your investments return enough for you so that the “idea” of work does not interfere with the lifestyle you choose to live in your later years.

    Cheers πŸ™‚