Over the years, attending high quality seminars has consistently proven to be the #1 method for making rapid progress in Internet marketing. Unfortunately, because of time constraints and travel issues, it's not possible for everyone who wants to attend the annual System seminar to be there live. These recordings are the next best thing to being there (minus the cost of airfare, hotel, meals and general wear and tear, of course.) In fact, having these recordings at your disposal might even be better in some ways. You can study them on your own schedule and go over the particular parts that are important to you again and again.
The Afro-Cuban Big Band Play-Along DVD gives the drummer/percussionist an opportunity to play contemporary Afro-Cuban music in a big band setting. Playing tunes from the Latin Grammy-winning group Afro-Bop Alliance, drummer Joe McCarthy focuses on three of the predominant groove categories of mainstream Afro-Cuban music: mambo, cha-cha-cha and 6/8 Afro-Cuban. State-of-the-art camera work gives an in-depth look at Joe’s multi-level approach to playing these exciting rhythms, while his focused, straight-ahead concepts take the mystery out of applying these grooves to the music of today. The DVD features play-along tracks (minus the drums), an E-book containing the complete charts and examples demonstrated on the DVD, and bonus tracks of additional tunes from Afro-Bop Alliance.
Dear Business Builder: How much money did you earn LAST MONTH from work you finished 5 years ago? No cheating. If it took more than mere minutes for you to collect your harvest, you're still working for your bread. If you wanted to sell your business this year, could you? Would any sane human being want it? Could you hand the new owner the keys and walk away with your bag o' cash? Or would they be dragging you out of bed 2 hours later to come in and fix the next crisis?
In this no-nonsense seminar, Perry Marshall interviews Richard Koch, the man who built his $270 million fortune working ONE hour a day…In the full interview, Richard explains his formula for building a world-class fortune working 1 hour per day