Partner With Me In 2015!

Posted by Simon Leung in Launch, Occasions, Promotion, Updates on November 28th, 2014 | No Comments

In a blink of an eye, the end of the year is quickly upon us once again.

As I stroll down the streets to the sights of Christmas decorations and sounds of Holiday cheers, I very naturally reflect back on my personal 2014 to pinpoint my own successes, failures and lessons.

You see, I’ve learned a lot these last several months.

I have a new realization on the importance of family. I am now more inclined to focus my time on projects which benefit not only myself, but also those who are close to me. And, I have a new understanding of “friendship” and how it should and shouldn’t be defined and appreciated.

All these lessons, of course, came with personal experiences of achievements and disappointments. Although at the end of the night, we take the blessing of a new day each and every morning as a new opportunity to learn something new about being a better and more positive person.

Which is why in the latter part of the year, I’ve finally decided to strip all the negativity out of my life, and, as far as I can help it, only focus on the people who have positive mindsets and things that will have positive outcomes.

And the results have been outstanding! Not only, as the guinea pig, did I achieve success for myself, but slowly and surely, those who were brave enough to step up to the plate and offer themselves as experiments also began earning a return on their financial and time investments. Let me tell you, it feels good to see the faces of those you’ve mentored once they receive their well-deserved checks.

As with all new projects and partnerships, it goes without saying that we have had our shares of struggles, challenges, frustrations, stress and even failures. Ultimately, though, we have reached the point where we know the business model and systems work. And now, we simply need more partners on board to join us and take the entire world by storm.

This is where you come in…

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to work with me and my team of some of the top entrepreneurs in the world and the rising stars of tomorrow to take over the planet. The full details of our online and offline project will be disclosed to you after a private conversation if we both mutually agree that you are a good fit for our team.

With that said, you must be coachable. I will ONLY work with people who are motivated, action takers and committed. Remember, I’m only going to focus my time into positive energy. If you expect that you will take no action and complain about your lack of results thereafter, I urge you to please not apply as you do not qualify and maintaining our friendship is more important to me.

IMPORTANT ACTION STEPS FOR QUALIFIED POTENTIAL PARTNERS:

If you do not qualify and/or have no interest whatsoever in partnering with me, no action is required. Thank you for visiting, and I welcome you back at anytime.

This is neither a salesletter hype nor a business proposal. I’m not even providing any details to any of our projects. You either want the opportunity to partner with a winning team, or you don’t.

BUT – If you are interested in working with me, meet the above qualifications and ready to potentially make 2015 your most successful year ever, please follow these instructions clearly to apply for my partnership program:

  • Step One: Find my JV contact form at http://simonleung.com/contact/
  • Step Two: Enter in your full name and primary email address
  • Step Three: In the Message field, enter in: 1) Your country and city of residence 2) Your experience as an online and offline marketer (ie. number of years, courses taken, current projects, skills, etc.) and 3) What you are and aren’t interested in doing

As I am traveling throughout Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia these several days, I will make my best effort to personally get back to you within 5 to 7 days’ time.

In a year filled with constant negative and tragic news from all around the world, no one can surely say what tomorrow will bring, or if there will even be a tomorrow. The best that we can do is to live for today, and live in the moment. And that would mean making decisions today that your future self will thank you for.

I can’t wait to hear from you, and if a mutually beneficial partnership relationship is in our future, I look forward to seeing you with us at the top :)

P.S. My mission, which I have already chosen to accept, was to find 100 coachable partners by the end of the year that I will personally train for free who are willing to learn and work together with me to build their businesses. As I type the words on this page, I have successfully found 80 partners (no bluff! proof can be provided upon reasonable request) within just one month who are committed to starting 2015 with a bang by working hard with us for the remaining weeks that are left this year. This means that if you qualify and act fast, you can secure one of the last 20 partnership openings I’ve reserved for my 100% free training and mentorship. Don’t waste any time in making your decision, otherwise you may miss out on the boat completely once we’ve reached 100 partners, up until the time I decide to open back up this opportunity next year!

Ten Years of Internet Marketing Power Blogging

Posted by Simon Leung in Inspirational, Personal, Updates on April 30th, 2014 | 2 Comments »

Hard to believe, but today marks 10 years since I wrote my first Internet Marketing Power Blog post, entitled “Today is the First Day of the Rest of My Life.” That was the day I started my blog and began my Internet entrepreneurship adventure. In fact, the time of publication for this post is exactly 10 years to the minute. Where does the time go?

Back on April 30th, 2004, I was still working at Google Headquarters (my first day at the company was two years prior to that), and SimonLeung.com wasn’t even an active site yet. For those of you who have heard my story, you would know that my Internet Marketing journey began on Blogger.com. If you didn’t know, well, now you do ;) You can view my original Blogspot-hosted blog post by clicking on its screenshot image below:

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(You can also view the imported version of my first blog post in this website’s archive by clicking here)

I know it’s only Wednesday, which means I’m one day early for #ThrowBackThursday, but how’s that for a blast from the past? :P

That’s right. Before I was known as the “Google Insider,” I was the “Little Marketer.” Before the “Internet Marketing Power Blog” existed on SimonLeung.com, the “Internet Marketing and Affiliate Marketing Power Blog,” also known as “The Little Marketer That Could…,” was born on Blogger.com. And before I found success as an Internet entrepreneur, I was a Google employee struggling to learn the ropes of Internet Marketing and entrepreneurship, all of which you can read about on this blog as the entire journey has been meticulously documented

Over the last few days, I have been going through my old blog archives in an effort to transfer them over to this website. As you may recall, I had a SQL database issue a while back. As it turns out, the original export from two years ago was corrupted, and I have no other way but to manually copy the posts over one-by-one (give me another few days to get all that completely done, por favor :). Even though I’ve continued to run into issues with broken links, lost image files and unarchived content, I found the process rewarding because it gave me the chance to read through some of my posts from the past ten years. These posts gave me a nostalgic reminder of where I came from, as well as all my personal challenges during those times. Consequently, and most importantly, they have convinced me not to take anything for granted.

Entitling my first blog post “Today is the First Day of the Rest of My Life” was originally meant to be symbolic to my Internet entrepreneurship voyage, but little would I know how accurately it would illustrate my personal life, as well. I obviously can’t speak for the future, but the first 10 years since that “first day” have been one heck of a roller coaster ride, with more ups, downs, and loops than I would have ever wanted or expected. Looking back, I wouldn’t change a thing for the world, as each climb, drop and hoop has shaped me to the person I’ve become today.

You may have struggled long and hard to get started. You may have had difficulty making your first dollar. You must have felt so excited after you finally made your first sale. You were undoubtedly ecstatic beyond words when you had your first taste of success. Your world may have all crashed right in front of your very eyes the moment it was all taken away. You thought of giving up on humanity and disappearing off the face of the Earth so no one can ever find you. You then “wake up” after various life events and slowly pick up the pieces, standing back tall where you once fell and make an ultimate comeback. You have a new appreciation for life and rebuild an even better one.

For me, I experienced all this plus a whole lot more during the last 10 years. Through the highs and lows, each experience gave me the reason, encouragement, inspiration and motivation to make each passing day better than the day before. Not only have I discovered that the “today” of every day is the first day of the rest of your life, but I have also learned that each new day is another new chance for a new beginning in whatever you want to do. Life is full of surprises, and it is up to you to welcome each new challenge and reward with open arms.

Personally, there are many things I would still like to do, skills I want to learn, and accomplishments that I will continue to strive to achieve. At the same time, I also discovered what kind of lifestyle I want, and have never regretted a day or a decision because I would always wake up every morning (or afternoon, sometimes late afternoon haha) with a clear itinerary to focus on the things that are most important to me. I’m very fortunate to have the freedom to make this choice every day.

Today is the oldest you have ever been. This means that you can turn all of your experiences of yesterday into everyday lessons moving forward. Today is also the youngest you will ever be. Take this as an opportunity to make tomorrow better. It’s never too late to make a fresh start, as we are all bright lights full of hope and dreams with any desired future at our fingertips. Just make sure you start today, right now.

P.S. Since we’re taking a trip down memory lane today, I thought you might be interested in exploring the visual historical evolution of SimonLeung.com over the last decade:

2004 (Redirected to Inactive Yahoo Website)

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2005 (SimonLeung.com Parked Domain Page)

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2006

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2007

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2008

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2009

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2010 – 2012

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2013 – Present

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And by the way, always remember that each new day we are able to wake up and enjoy life is truly a gift. That’s why we call it the “present” :)

Happy Lunar New Year of the Horse 2014!

Posted by Simon Leung in Occasions, Personal on February 1st, 2014 | 1 Comment »

So, I’m a bit of a dark horse. Last year, I had every intention to write another blog post after my initial 2013 New Year post, but reality became a horse of a different color. As a result, online and offline strangers I’ve never met, acquaintances I don’t know very well and even Trojan horses disguised as friends, colleagues and business associates, have all been spreading rumors that I was back to my old self, demotivated and wasting my life away.

I’ve never been one to beg others to stop flogging a dead horse since, quite frankly, I have no qualms about what others think. That’s right, I simply don’t care. My close family and friends can tell you that. I consider a large part of my every day life private (and it will remain that way), which is why you may have noticed that I also don’t frequently post on social media, but if people are nonetheless going to beat a dead horse with a stick, I might as well make a revelation or two so you can get a brief update directly from the horse’s mouth.

Now, in case you, too, think I’ve been horsing around all year, just hold your horses for a minute. The truth of the matter is that 2013 was actually one of my most productive years in a long time, and I’m not just saying this as a stalking horse to undermine any of my past successes or failures.

As soon as the year kicked off, I went straight to work. Among all my live events, business trips and joint ventures, I had intended to give an update when I launched a new Internet Marketing training program, conducted my first workshop of the year, or made my first big investment towards businesses, properties and other luxury goods. However, because I’ve had my share of backing the wrong horse in the past with unsuccessful projects, I didn’t want to run before my horse to the market and jinx it all by making announcements too soon, if at all.

Don’t get me wrong; I love what I do. Wild horses can’t drag me away from my passion for the Internet lifestyle and teaching others to do the same. To me, 2013 was an extremely successful year while being able to enjoy the exact kind of world I’ve always wanted to live in – a one horse town. With the exception of occasional business trips and live events, my official work weeks consisted of only one day, four to five hours each time.

Yep, I’m strong as a horse and have taken back control of my life for a while now. During my free time, I enjoyed personal travels, hanging out with friends, socializing online and offline, hitting the gym every now and then, not to mention exploring new food and eating like a horse! Sometimes, I feel like a horse that’s been put out to pasture because there was just no work to do, although I can’t say I didn’t like it. Life was carefree, relaxing and good.

Despite the blessing to run one of the most ideal lifestyle businesses in the world, it felt busy to me. I suppose it’s true that every horse thinks its own pack is the heaviest because even when new opportunities came along, I didn’t want to add any additional workload on my plate and had my own restrictions on what I wanted to do or felt I should be doing. Horses for courses, right? I was quite adamant about what projects I wanted to take on and with which partners, so a nod was as good as a wink to a blind horse since I had my own way of thinking and doing things.

Then, towards the end of the year, a series of unexpected turn of events took place which completely altered my way of thinking. One thing led to another, and it quickly became clear that something had to give, because it turns out that there are people, not just family, but also close friends, students and associates, who are dependent on me and my involvement in projects. As I didn’t want to close the stable door after the horse had bolted, I knew I must change my trade of thoughts in order to create a future I would not live to regret. At which point, I woke up and realized that it’s no good climbing on my high horse about things I cannot control. Judging people and opportunities simply limits my growth.

After spending the last few months off to enjoy a long Holiday season with close family and friends, I had some time to think and plan how I want my life to be this year. Looking back at some of the opportunities I’ve let go in the past because they did not apply to my lifestyle is a great lesson to determine how I want to choose my opportunities moving forward. The fact of the matter is that if two ride on a horse, one must ride behind. Nothing will ever be perfect and there really is no use fighting for power because then, everybody loses. 100 percent of nothing will always be nothing.

Everyone who knows me knows that I’d always prefer a life of relaxation, but given my epiphany just in time for the New Year, I might just have to push aside all lazy thoughts for now and kick off the Year of the Horse working like a horse. Don’t worry, it’s not as dreadful as it sounds, as I would definitely be working on projects that I enjoy with friends I enjoy working with. My only concern is putting the cart before the horses in all my projects since I’m so over-ambitious in getting many things done at the same time.

Thankfully, my entrepreneurship experience has taught me that there will always be concerns and it is neither possible nor reasonable to predict all the problems that may arise along the way. It most certainly cannot be used as an excuse to not do something, as it is much more important to get projects up and running first. As I preach to all my students and clients, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t force it to drink. I’ve led thousands to the water well of freedom, but only those with the will and determination take that drink.

Today, I’m here to let you know that I, too, have not always taken the drink offered to me. What I have learned is that looking a gift horse in the mouth will lead you to nowhere that you haven’t already been. It’s okay to have standards and guidelines because, after all, there’s no use changing horses midstream as a result of working on projects you don’t believe in. However, if a proven successful model comes your way and you reject it, it could be the biggest mistake you make as an entrepreneur.

Life is not horseplay, and the world is not a one horse race. There are plenty of opportunities out there waiting for you and me, but things don’t just happen simply by wishing. If wishes were horses, all the beggars in the world would ride them. You must make them happen, and I am more than happy to make anything happen together with you if we can agree on a mutually beneficial venture.

And guess what? There is no better time than now, in the Year of the Horse, to make things happen for you and your family. Horse sense tells me this year has the potential to be our best year yet. And since it has already begun, I better get on my horse right away and highly recommend that you don’t spare the horses, either. Time is a limited commodity we cannot afford to waste.

To all my Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Mongolian and Tibetan friends all around the world – Happy Lunar New Year of the Horse! (Yes, it is the Year of the Horse, in case you haven’t figured it with all the clever horse idioms in this blog post. :P And yes, Nicole Mullen, we “Chineses” are celebrating New Year a month after January 1st and it will go on for 15 days!) Regardless of culture, religion, nationality and ethnical background – Have yourself a joyous, healthy and prosperous 2014!

Happy New Year 2013 From The New SimonLeung.com

Posted by Simon Leung in Personal, Updates on January 1st, 2013 | 4 Comments »

Happy New Year!
Hello, friends, and welcome to my newly redesigned website, just in time for the New Year! And for the record, this is not only a new SimonLeung.com, but also a new Simon Leung, and a new beginning. Let me explain…

For those of you who have been following me for a while, you may have noticed that I hadn’t updated my blog in about two and a half years. During this time, while there were months when I was very active in my business, there were also many more months when I simply was not mentally conditioned to be in a social environment, much less make any public appearances at live events.

I won’t bore you with the specifics of my life since my last post 30 months ago, as it is a conversation better had over a couple drinks, anyway. To make a long story short, 2010 was extremely hectic and had its share of complications, 2011 was probably the worst year of my life with multiple consecutive catastrophic personal challenges, and most of 2012 was spent recovering from everything I had gone through and lost during that time.

Yes, I understand that these may not be the traditional motivational and inspirational messages you may expect from me or would normally hear me deliver on stage, but this is a very true and personal story of my life, one that I’ve never really considered sharing. This is real talk.

All I have to say is that I am extremely thankful for the few close people in my life who supported me during that difficult time, and encouraged me to stand back up and fight back a good fight when all I wanted to do was give up and disappear forever. And for well over a year, that was exactly what I did.

Even though I most certainly did have the means to hide away in a foreign country and live comfortably without working another day or talking to anyone ever again, which, believe me, was very, very tempting to do, these friends went above and beyond the call of duty, brought value to me in ways that were completely off the friend menu, and made me realize that life is worth living again. Make no mistake, it took a lot of time, and it sure as hell was not easy, but we did it.

My close family and friends all played important roles in giving me sources of support, strength, encouragement, care and even opportunities to triumph, persevere and move forward, and I finally made my big comeback to the Internet entrepreneurship game in the latter part of 2012.

Today, after several months of hard work building, testing and delivering brand new projects from the ground up, I know once again how it feels to run a successful business while motivating and inspiring others to do the same. Most importantly, I appreciate my life again and everyone who is in it, especially those who were there for me when I needed them the most.

And now, I am dedicated to making 2013 my best year yet. And for anyone crazy enough to take this exhilarating ride with me, I encourage you to meet me at one of my scheduled live events in the next few months, and we will sit down and have a serious conversation about changing your life and taking over the world, because that’s the direction my partners and I are heading.

We have HUGE plans! From company start-ups to new Internet Marketing training programs, not to mention product launches, live events and our private projects outside of the Internet Marketing niche, we are all geared up for one heck of a year.

I am very excited to start a brand new year full blazin’ ahead again to rock all 12 months of the calendar year, which is something that has not happened for a long time, and I want to share my excitement with you. Better yet, we want you to come along for the ride of a lifetime, because we are going to need all the help we can get!

Don’t worry if you feel like you don’t have the skills. It’s never too late to start. The truth of the matter is that we all start at zero. None of us were born with the talent and skills we would eventually develop. Through continued learning and experience, we can build miracles out of nothing.

We may continue to do great things, be lucky enough to build that success limitlessly, or, perhaps, everything can even be suddenly taken from you. That’s life, and it’s not always something that we can control. However, the knowledge you have is something that nobody can ever take away from you. You can build it all over again, maybe even better than you did before, but only if you want it. At the end of the day, it does not matter how much talent you have, it means absolutely nothing if you don’t strive for it.

I’ve gone through hell and back in a period of over two years. Heck, we even survived the end of the world (I celebrated it with an Armageddon Party)! There is nothing that life can throw at us that we can’t conquer. Remember, whether you think you can or think you can’t, you are right. Always think positive, and always believe in yourself and know that you, indeed… CAN.

I’m a big believer in everything happening for a reason, and the hardships that we all go through bring us one step closer to the person we are destined to become. I am fortunate enough to know now which road to take. We must follow this path and believe we are doing the right thing.

Personally, I can’t say that my mental state is 100% back to where it was before when it was at its peak, and I would be lying if I told you I have completely put together all the pieces of my complicated puzzle. Even though I have faith that whatever doesn’t kill us makes us stronger, it does take time before that strength is built up. Hey, we need to learn to walk before we can learn to run, right? That’s why I’m not worried. We have all the time in the world!

Plus, with the positive energy and support from my family, friends, partners, teams and even students whom I am so blessed to have in my life, I have all the tools I need, which gives me the passion to move ahead and the confidence to tackle my goals for this year, and beyond. My resolution is to make 2013 my best year ever, to represent the new me, and to mark this new beginning. Will you do the same?

BTW, I’ll do my best to update my blog more frequently moving forward, but just in case you don’t hear from me for another 30 months (fingers crossed!), we can still keep in touch and interact through social media, so be sure to subscribe to my Facebook posts or follow me on Twitter!

P.S. I’ve completely moved servers and content management systems for this website, so the new makeover is a continued work in progress. I’m still trying to work out some bugs and finalize the operation of the website, with about 300 web pages and 600mb worth of content in an SQL database that I need to figure out how to import! So please check back soon or enter your name and email address in the form on the right, and I will contact you as soon as we are all updated and ready to go. In the meantime, please feel free to poke around the new website and check out some of the information and videos from the navigational menu above. Thanks and chat soon!

P.P.S. Today is the first blank page of your new 365 page book. Write a good success story for us to read, will you? As they say, the best is yet to come. HAPPY NEW YEAR! :)

I’m Leaving…

Posted by Simon Leung in Personal, Updates on June 1st, 2010 | No Comments

In a few days, I will be leaving the country for my next, and maybe final, global speaking tour. This may be one of my last ones, for a few reasons:

1. I miss being “home”
2. Traveling for months at a time is exhausting
3. There are many other opportunities to pursue

Don’t get me wrong… Internet Marketing is still one of my passions, as there is nothing like the freedom of having your own “laptop business.” In fact, all the strategies that we have been teaching and mastered throughout the years will continue to be relevant in its marketing no matter what business you are in.

That’s why even if I were to leave my Internet Marketing business, I wouldn’t be leaving my Internet Marketing knowledge behind. If I were to start over in any new business ventures tomorrow, I’m confident they would all be successful with the skills that my business partners and I possess.

With that said, I do plan to eventually move on to a new direction as an Internet Entrepreneur. You see, for the last several months, I have been secretly working on a new project in an industry which has been more profitable than Facebook, Apple and even Google. So, I know there are plenty of opportunities out there. However, as huge an opportunity as this is, and as much as I enjoy working with this group of great friends and entrepreneurs, I still feel that I am in a dire need of a long break… for personal reasons.

Traveling the world to spread Internet Marketing knowledge and wealth education to tens of thousands of people across over a dozen countries every year has been both fruitful and rewarding, especially when we see students from all walks of life become success stories. However, this all comes at a huge price, as it has taken a tremendous toll on my personal life and relationships.

For this reason, after my upcoming global tour, which includes the United States, United Kingdom, Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai, Hong Kong, China, Philippines, Vietnam and Russia, I will “hang up my jersey,” so to speak (or in this case, microphone), and will be on an indefinite hiatus. In fact, for those of you who are my avid followers, you may have noticed that my update frequency has been less and less, and I haven’t even blogged about my last several worldwide events. Truth is, you probably won’t be hearing from me in the months, or even years, ahead.

As the title of this blog post says, I am leaving, maybe for good, to live the Internet lifestyle I have been preaching about over the last several years. Let me know if you want to come with me :P

To all my fellow Internet entrepreneur friends, business partners, associates and students, I appreciate you all and wish you the best in your endeavors. Hope our paths will cross again someday in the not-so-distant future.

Insider Secrets to a Google Friendly Website Workshop in Manila, Philippines

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on May 1st, 2010 | No Comments

Hello from the Crowne Plaza Galleria at the Insider Secrets to a Google Friendly Website Workshop in Manila, Philippines!

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Simon Leung at Insider Secrets to a Google Friendly Website Workshop in Manila, Philippines

The Insider Secrets to a Google Friendly Website Workshop is my first collaboration with PowerMax, my new business partner in the Philippines.

For our premeire project, the Insider Secrets to a Google Friendly Website Workshop trained attendees how to set up their websites in the way that is compliant with Google’s policies.

As a result of building a Google friendly website, it will have a higher Quality Score and better overall performance with Google AdWords and organic Google search engine rankings.

In addition to myself, I have also asked my Singaporean business partner and good friend, Fabian Lim, to travel to Manila with me to share some of his own content as well.

As the leading authority in Pay-Per-Click and search engine optimization in Asia, Fabian Lim trained on those topics during two separate training sessions at the event.

However, as you may have expected, the attendees wanted more…

So by popular demand, Fabian Lim and I will be returning to Manila later on this summer to conduct not just one, but two, additional live events – One on Google AdWords, and another one on Search Engine Optimization.

We look forward to coming back to Manila, Philippines this summer!

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Simon Leung and Fabian Lim with the students of Insider Secrets to a Google Friendly Website Workshop

Mark Anastasi’s Social Media Millionaire Summit in London

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Launch, Seminars, Updates on April 25th, 2010 | No Comments

Hello from the Millenium Gloucester Hotel at Mark Anastasi’s Social Media Millionaire Summit in London, England!

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Simon Leung at Social Media Millionaire Summit

Yet again, Mark Anastasi has filled up another huge conference room packed with over 500 Social Media Millionaire Summit attendees all eager to learn the best Internet Marketing strategies from some of the top entrepreneurs from around the world.

Despite several speaker cancellations due to inbound flight complications associated with the volcano ashes, Mark Anastasi was still able to deliver some top quality backup speakers for the Social Media Millionaire Summit.

In addition to myself, fellow Social Media Millionaire Summit speakers included Ryan Pinnick, Mili Ponce, Sohail Khan, Kavit Haria, Dean Hunt, Simon Coulson, Simon Zutshi, Trevor “Toecracker” Crook, Jim Graham, Tracy Repchuk, Gareth Owen, Steven Essa, Saj P, Tom Miller, Adam Gingsberg, Donna Fox and Daniel Priestley.

Mark Anastasi holds several high end seminars in London every year, so if you have not had the chance to make it out yet, you still have the opportunity to attend before the year is over!

I highly recommend it, and hopefully, I’ll catch you at another upcoming Mark Anastasi seminar in London!

Keith Wellman and Gary Ambrose Gateway to Wealth Seminar in Chicago Illinois

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on April 19th, 2010 | No Comments

Hello from the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel at Keith Wellman and Gary Ambrose’s Gateway to Wealth Seminar in Chicago, Illinois!

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Simon Leung at Gateway to Wealth Seminar

I’m speaking very rarely in the United States these days, and my good friends, Keith Wellman and Gary Ambrose, did not disappoint with the quality of the attendees and speakers at the Gateway to Wealth Seminar.

In three content packed days, the Gateway to Wealth Seminar soldout room was overwhelmed with the amazing information shared by Stephen Pierce, Russell Brunson, Donna Fox, Adam Gingsberg, Sean Roach, Greg Caesar, Bill Walsh, PJ Van Hulle and Jeff Wellman.

As if the presentations themselves weren’t enough to overdeliver in value, Keith Wellman and Gary Ambrose also held an additional bonus session on how to become a successful entrepreneur, which featured more VIP experts who were in attendance at the Gateway to Wealth Seminar.

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Sterling Valentine, Donna Fox, Simon Leung, Jeff Wellman, Gary Ambrose, Keith Wellman, Jordan Hall, Hollis Carter, Jonny Andrews and Marc Horne at the Gateway to Wealth Seminar Bonus Session

The Gateway to Wealth Seminar in Chicago is my last speaking engagement in the United States for the next few months.

Let me know if you would like to meet me outside of the United States during any of my upcoming summer events in London, Manila, Bristol, Sydney, Dubai, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Hanoi, Chennai, Delhi or Pattaya!

David Cavanagh’s Getting Started On The Internet Workshop In Pattaya, Thailand

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on March 28th, 2010 | No Comments

Hello from the Leelawadee Lagoon Resort at David Cavanagh’s Getting Started On The Internet Workshop in Pattaya, Thailand!

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Simon Leung At Getting Started On The Internet Workshop

During the past few years, I have spoken at over 100 events all around the world, and David Cavanagh is the only trainer I know who actually runs a workshop for 10 full days!

Needless to say, his Getting Started On The Internet Workshop is one of the most comprehensive, especially for newcomers of the Internet looking to get into the business.

Throughout the 10 days of the Getting Started On The Internet Workshop, David Cavanagh takes his audience by the hand from the beginning to the end of a business building process, all the while enjoying the fun and festivities that Thailand has to offer.

Along with his team, Sene Lafeta, Roger Bourdon and Wolfgang Hofbauer, David Cavanagh assisted a packed room of students with their businesses, websites and Internet Marketing strategies.

Besides myself, additional experts were also invited to share more specialized strategies at the Getting Started On The Internet Workshop, including Fabian Lim, Mal Emery, Pat Mesiti, Kate Engler, Quentin Brown and Shane Goldberg.

If you haven’t had the chance to experience one of David Cavanagh’s 10 day trainings, I highly recommend that you attend his next Getting Started On The Internet Workshop, scheduled for sometime this year.