Many successful people do want to help others, and usually at less than the maximum price than they could get for other things like speaking at a large company. The only catch is that they would expect those they help to put in a lot of work, not just go to a seminar and think positive thoughts
I'm amazed at how aggressive the trainer was. I would have expected a much smoother sales pitch. I guess they work on the premise of being content to scam $500 from the majority, but to get more requires working on those who would be subject to such bullying tactics.
If you read his books he will tell you each seminar might take 2 days to tell 1 important thing the rest just filler. It would be a miracle to get that important thing from the free talk. You can't even get it from the books.
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