For the first time ever, Dan Pena’s “Live at the Harvard Club MP3” is now being given away for free. Pena QLA products usually come with very expensive price tags and are out of budget range for junior executives or middle management. His seminars alone have been priced at $15,000 and his books have been sold for $400.00 making it the most expensive book written in the 21st century. This wealth guru specializes in training CEO’s, Chairmen, and Company Presidents. He has worked with Global 25 CEO’s for many years. Now is your chance to get hold of a premier QLA product. This is a rare opportunity to receive something free from Pena. He has believed and taught since 1993 there is a definite “pay price to action” for all achievement in life and business. But with the Holidays approaching, he has decided to make this his free gift to entrepreneurs and CEO’s alike.
Dan Peña’s electrifying keynote address presented at the renowned New York City Harvard Club addresses the necessity of focus in the QLA methodology and becoming a high-performance individual. Although filmed by CNN, his blistering attack on one of New York City’s major banks and it‘s credit policies made it too hot for television and CNN decided not to air it. Considered by some as his best speech to date, his sometimes gut-wrenching “be all you can be” life-changing lessons is not for everyone.
Peña stresses these four key points in “Live at the Harvard Club” – #1 you will discover the number one reason why you aren’t making the money you’re truly capable of #2 How to practice no-limit thinking #3 how to free yourself from any ideas that hold you back and #4 the importance of paying yourself first. Discover the proven formula that creates fortunes for tycoons, millionaires and billionaires.
Daniel S. Peña, Sr., is Founder and Chairman of The Guthrie Group (TGG). Based in the UK and Asia TGG is a consortium which acts to facilitate financial transactions on the buy and, or sell side and consults in crisis situations. Peña was also the founder, former Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Great Western Resources, Inc. (GWRI), a Houston (USA)-based natural resources company. At the time of Mr. Peña’s decision to retire, GWRI was operational in the US, the Gulf of Mexico, the UK and South America. At the time the company was acquired (January 1997), he was the largest individual shareholder.
In an 8-year period, starting with only $820, Mr. Peña grew Great Western Resources to $445 million while energy prices collapsed, the price of oil dropped from $40 to less than $8 per barrel and more than 10,000 energy companies in the US alone went out of business.