Saturday, March 31, 2012

Keys to Success Seminar

The Keys to Success Seminar was a real success. Hundreds of Filipinos attended the whole day seminar at the SMX Convention Center. As early as before 7am people were already lined up outside the venue. This seminar had an introductory 2-hour free seminar last October 19, 2011 that I had attended. 

The  Keys to Success Seminar is the second part of John Calub Training's seminar series. The first seminar is the Money Magnet Seminar that I previously attended October last year when I was in-between jobs. The seminar was facilitated by the motivational and success coach - John Calub.

Keys to Success Seminar courtesy of John Calub

I bought the ticket at the discounted price of P500 from my friend Anna though she had the chance to sell the other tickets and got 2 complimentary tickets that we gave to our common friends. My friends are just like me whom are profound of continuous learning.  

Why did I attend the Keys to Success Seminar?
Because I want to change my life for good and... 

- become very successful in your chosen field
- achieve your dreams-buy that dream car and dream house, increase vacation time
- live a long, stress-free life
- triple your productivity-do more in less time
- live a meaningful and fulfilling life

How about you? What are your goals in life?

Keys to Success courtesy of John Calub

Me and other participants in the seminar

Success is not only in terms of money and material things but also inner happiness, a life that's less worry.  As John Calub said, "Success is an unending journey that is worthwhile."
Do you know what you want to achieve in life? So how can an individual become successful?

During the seminar, a movie trailer of the Hollywood film Bucket List was shown to us.
It's a very good film even though its just a short while that I have watched.  I am thinking of watching the whole film when I get the chance to find a DVD of it.  

Movie trailer of "Bucket List"

I remembered from my friend of mine, she was interviewed last year for a job and asked, "What is the meaning of success to you?"  
She replied, "Success is like a bucket list. You try to put the things you want to do in life on a bucket and when you look back, you have done everything on your bucket list."

Its good to have a bucket list before you die. Its even better when you achieved the things listed on your bucket list rather than just kicking the bucket. 
"kick the bucket" is an English idiom, meaning that the bucket is the one on which a person stands when hanging himself (suicide) — kick away the bucket and the job is done.
So are you going to make a bucket list of your own? Or just kick the bucket?

I love attending John Calub's seminars, I find it fun and educational. Even if its going to be an all-day seminar, its filled with other activities to perk you up (like dancing, fun massage and the power hug). 
Fun massage for everyone
Power HUG

Power hug?
Yes, everyone needs a power hug for at least 10 seconds. Why? 
To boost our self-confidence and helps us to be confident to be successful.
Just take a look at the kids. They are confident.

The seminar also has a guest speaker, Pido Aguilar. He is the author of the book Abundance. He said that abundance came from the Latin word - Abundare.
He has taught that in order for us to be successful in life, you need to have a good character.
The higher inner self - Dharma
What is dharma?  
Dharma is the path of righteousness and living one's life according to the codes of conduct.
I used to be associated with International Society for Krishna Consciousness and I am a Buddhist follower now so I can relate to him. 

Pido Aguilar

So if you want to be successful in life, you need the right persons to train and motivate you. 
You need someone like John Calub. He is the Philippines #1 Success Coach. 
I guarantee that you will learn a lot from his seminars. You can change your life, if you can change your mind. All you need is an open mind for learning. 

You can connect to him on facebook: JohnCalubTraining
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