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Wealth Builders--How to Make Business Out of a Sour Market

The Wealth Builders Summit, held this Friday, January 29th through Sunday, January 31st at the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel http://www.wealthbuildersevent.com is a new, three-day finance seminar and workshop.

With a downturn in the economy, Los Angeles plays host to some of the country’s hottest new and veteran financial experts who will share with attendees, ways to build their wealth in the New Year.

Such information-filled events are typically designed to strengthen the savvy and better prepare others to effectively hit the job market or just corner a market for themselves.

Opportunity is never limited; it merely changes during each economic transition period; such as, during the Agricultural Revolution; Industrial Revolution; and now the Information Age.

In the past, those who were either caught between market periods, unaware of developments, or just doggedly determined to conduct their business as usual, were soon doomed to failure. But today, this has all changed, because it is the speed of information that now drives our transitioning markets.

Today's Information Age provides us with answers at our fingertips and forums from which to gain immediate access for understanding emerging markets. Experts are now accessible by providing the resourceful with leading edge techniques.

Wealth Builders Summit features such renowned agents of change as:

Brian Tracy - Best-selling author of “Psychology of Achievement” and motivational consultant for more than 1,000 companies worldwide; Mark Victor Hansen - Publishing mogul and author of the "Chicken Soup for the Soul" series; Robert G. Allen - Real estate investor and author of "Nothing Down;" and former NFL pro and real estate expert, Than Merrill - Star of A&E’s “Flip This House."

Established as a cultural icon in 1990, Mark Hansen and his business partner Jack Canfield created what Time magazine called, "the publishing phenomenon of the decade," with over 110 million Chicken Soup for the Soul books sold worldwide— one of the most successful publishing franchises of all time.

In Hansen's "Soul" books, people share real stories for fifteen years, bringing hope, courage, inspiration and love to hundreds of millions of people around the world. http://www.chickensoup.com.

Robert G. Allen is a seasoned investor and demonstrates that when an investor learns how to buy real estate with little or no money down (nothing down real estate) it is simple to see how a small nest egg could grow to a million dollars in ten years or less. http://www.robertgallen.com.

Than Merrill applies and grows his knowledge daily in his company and then shares his ground breaking techniques with his students. The results are evident as in the past three years alone, his company CT Homes, LLC has purchased, rehabbed, and wholesaled over 180 single family and multi-family properties. His company is currently buying between 8-12 properties per month. http://www.fortunebuilders.com.

Making it in today's challenging economic climate is about coming in out of the storm and seeking shelter and mentoring under an umbrella of market understanding; attending business conferences; reading information from top producers---ways to discover your path in the New Year!

 

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