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Postcard from Maui

Posted By: Randy GageJanuary 4, 2011

Just a quick note from Hawaii.  I’m doing some Masterminding here and will get a regular post up again Thursday.  But just wanted to drop a quick line and let you know it’s official…

I’ll be conducting one virtual prosperity seminar each month, for all of 2011. The theme is “Conquering Lack & Living Rich!”  I’ve been outlining the sessions for a while, and have to say I’m really excited.  This is the latest, most breakthrough work I’ve done yet on the science of prosperity – practical application, how you actually manifest it in your life.

If you want to start the New Year smokin’ and make sure 2011 is thermofreakin’nuclear, this is the program for you!

The whole year’s curriculum and all the details are posted on the site now. See them here: https://www.randygage.com/prosperity/
Please register for the sessions you want, before they are filled up.

Hawaii is the perfect spot to brainstorm and Mastermind.  Next post I’ll share some of the insights I’m learning here.  Until then, mahalo and aloha,

-RG

17 comments on “Postcard from Maui”

    1. Oh, one more thing, to make sure we've all got a large enough internet download limit to cover the sessions, can you also please have the size of the video file listed before we go to download?

      1. They'll probably run between 30 to 60 minutes each, depending on the topic. Once they're up we can list the size so people know for download issues.

        Thanks, RG

  1. Thank you, Randy, for your awesome message!
    I am amazed at your enthusiasm that keeps you on your mission, wherever you are in the world. Vacations or not, you are always ON!
    I like that: to me, it means you are a WORKAPHILE, as defined by John Mason, the founder of Insight, because you thoroughly ENJOY what you do!
    Will keep on liking & retweeting all you have to offer to the world!
    Sincerely & with love,
    Monica Sancio.

  2. Very cool, I had Bob Burg on my team webinar last night, he mentioned you guys are doing a training in Florida soon, very cool, I will be in Hawaii running an event on that same date. Hate to miss it but I am sending it out to my list, take care Randy!

  3. Randy, this is entirely off topic, but it isn't a rant (I promise). I thought of a book you might like to read. It was a text book I read for my graduate Social Policy class. You might find it interesting, even though you may not agree with some of it. It covers everything you talk about, and it isn't necessarily socialist thought either. There, in this text, is a very interesting chapter on christianity and the views of wealth, prosperity, and poverty. This book doesn't give answers either, it mostly asks the reader to question.

    The book is "Understanding Social Welfare" by Ralph Dolgoff and Donald Feldstein. I think it is possible you may even find information that helps support your theories, from a completely different perspective.

    I will read "As a Man Thinketh", or whatever that title is and Ayn Rand novel.

    1. Oh, Aloha and Mahalo to you. Hope your enjoying yourself. Also, I like your videos, I've watched some. Although, I always find myself distracted by that great big adding machine in the background. Also, I find myself wondering if you purposely don't iron your casual shirts.

      I really do like your videos, you would have been a good college instructor, I think. Maybe you could teach some courses?

        1. Okay, but college kids would love you. You would not actually have to teach a course leave that to the professors. However, you could lecture at colleges, think about what those students face today coming out of school. I enjoyed hearing different authors speak when I was in school.

  4. That's great news! Any chance of seeing you in Europe this year? Or do I need to come over to you??

  5. Registered yesterday! Can't wait to start!
    Wanted to report then, but somehow every time I try to post on this blog it does not get posted... I wonder if it reflects my own ambivalence about posting? 🙂 Synchronicity type of thing.

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  • 17 comments on “Postcard from Maui”

      1. Oh, one more thing, to make sure we've all got a large enough internet download limit to cover the sessions, can you also please have the size of the video file listed before we go to download?

        1. They'll probably run between 30 to 60 minutes each, depending on the topic. Once they're up we can list the size so people know for download issues.

          Thanks, RG

    1. Thank you, Randy, for your awesome message!
      I am amazed at your enthusiasm that keeps you on your mission, wherever you are in the world. Vacations or not, you are always ON!
      I like that: to me, it means you are a WORKAPHILE, as defined by John Mason, the founder of Insight, because you thoroughly ENJOY what you do!
      Will keep on liking & retweeting all you have to offer to the world!
      Sincerely & with love,
      Monica Sancio.

    2. Very cool, I had Bob Burg on my team webinar last night, he mentioned you guys are doing a training in Florida soon, very cool, I will be in Hawaii running an event on that same date. Hate to miss it but I am sending it out to my list, take care Randy!

    3. Randy, this is entirely off topic, but it isn't a rant (I promise). I thought of a book you might like to read. It was a text book I read for my graduate Social Policy class. You might find it interesting, even though you may not agree with some of it. It covers everything you talk about, and it isn't necessarily socialist thought either. There, in this text, is a very interesting chapter on christianity and the views of wealth, prosperity, and poverty. This book doesn't give answers either, it mostly asks the reader to question.

      The book is "Understanding Social Welfare" by Ralph Dolgoff and Donald Feldstein. I think it is possible you may even find information that helps support your theories, from a completely different perspective.

      I will read "As a Man Thinketh", or whatever that title is and Ayn Rand novel.

      1. Oh, Aloha and Mahalo to you. Hope your enjoying yourself. Also, I like your videos, I've watched some. Although, I always find myself distracted by that great big adding machine in the background. Also, I find myself wondering if you purposely don't iron your casual shirts.

        I really do like your videos, you would have been a good college instructor, I think. Maybe you could teach some courses?

          1. Okay, but college kids would love you. You would not actually have to teach a course leave that to the professors. However, you could lecture at colleges, think about what those students face today coming out of school. I enjoyed hearing different authors speak when I was in school.

    4. That's great news! Any chance of seeing you in Europe this year? Or do I need to come over to you??

    5. Registered yesterday! Can't wait to start!
      Wanted to report then, but somehow every time I try to post on this blog it does not get posted... I wonder if it reflects my own ambivalence about posting? 🙂 Synchronicity type of thing.

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