It's Rising Time - Reach Your Financial Dreams

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It's Rising Time - Reach Your Financial Dreams
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From : Wednesday, 22 February 2012 10:30 AM
Until : Wednesday, 22 February 2012 11:30 AM
(UTC +10:00) Eastern Australia, Guam, Vladivostok
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Some people will say you can do it it quickly, with little pain and effort. But few will tell you the real story of how their built their own wealth over time and what it took.

It's Rising Time! is a new book for women who have a vision for what they want in life and who are willing to do what it takes to turn that vision into a reality.

Join us on 22 February when Kim Kiyosaki is our guest on a special webinar.

Kiyosaki's own unique style has won her friends and fans the world over. In this webinar, she'll explain what it really takes to go from wherever you are financially today to where you want to be.

This webinar will look at:

  • Why money doesn't make you rich and what does
  • Where to start on your way to reaching your financial goals
  • Two life-changing words that can shape the course of your financial future
  • When debt is a good thing
  • The pros and cons of owning your own business
  • ... and a lot more!

We'll share candid stories from women who have been through the good, the bad and the ridiculous — and the lessons they learned.


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