Peak Potentials Never Work Again Review
Although billed as a course, it is half useful material, and half you paying to attend an event at which many people try to sell you things such as courses and systems that supposedly make money.
There were some very interesting ideas, although not all of them convinced me 100%, and one was laughable as a passive income opportunity, since that particular business is anything but passive!
The first day left me very disappointed. There was really not content, just a long line-up of people selling your their course or product.
The second day was better. The third day was really quite good.
Is it worth it? Is it really worth going? This is hard for me to answer. I can neither give a definitive “yes”, nor can I say that it was a waste of time.
I learned a lot. I am already developing some passive income systems, all internet-based. That’s my thing, and I didn’t see any reason to change that. In fact, there were three or four people there talking about on-line businesses. There is not doubt that if done properly, an internet-based business has the best chance of being truly passive. Most of the other opportunities really classify as low-labor, unless you are particularly gifted at systematizing them and setting them up so you don’t have to be there.
I guess I am glad I went, and I feel ultimately that it did help me a bit. It did open my eyes to new ideas even in my chosen field. It also gave me ideas I may pursue in the future, although certainly not now since focus if vital.
If you know nothing about passive income, or don’t know how to get started, it is probably pretty useful. I’ll see if I can get further comments from some of the other people who I met at the course.