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  • Profile photo of NobleoneNobleone
    Join Date: 2004
    Post Count: 146

    Hi All,

    I just coughed up $97 (yes ninety seven dollars)for the 2-day (weekend) Financial Mastery 2005 meeting in Brisbane in April.

    I figured that if I only learned one new thing over the 2-days the low price would be worth it.

    Is anyone else going to the Brisbane event or has anyone else signed up for the other cities?

    Cheers, Nobleone. [biggrin]

    “Making mistakes is just another another tool for learning.”

    Profile photo of pelicanpelican
    Join Date: 2003
    Post Count: 454

    Mate… for $97 I would only say……

    Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained……..

    Most people would blow $97 on a good meal…… so… see how it pans out….. no great loss…..

    Let us know how it goes/went……

    Profile photo of fostonfoston
    Join Date: 2003
    Post Count: 111

    Hi Nobleone,

    I have also booked for the Brisbane seminar, i believe $97 is good value for a 2 day seminar considering some of the speakers who will be there.Maybe i will see you there.


    Life is a series of new beginnings

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