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"The Capitalist's Worst Nightmare Come True: The Crucifixion of Capital"

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Richard Kiernicki considers the past 30 years to have been some of the most exciting times in the professions of finance, motivation & personal transformation. He believes that the future of these industries holds unlimited potential & possibility. While the Canadian financial industry experienced explosive growth & the fields of self-help & transformation rapidly gained acceptance & worldwide momentum, Richard found his place in that ever evolving/expanding world.

Fortunate to have an open mind, deep intuition and a strong commitment to move ahead in his life, “he did not do what was the easiest and most expeditious, he chose to do what was right” according to a 1997 letter from his partner Michael Lee-Chin at AIC. Richard strongly agreed with Michael on this point: your reputation is absolutely vital to your success. Richard’s other mentors include Napoleon Hill, Bob Proctor, Viktor Frankl, Brian Tracey, Anthony Robbins, Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Lise Janelle, Sir John Templeton, Peter Cundill, Peter Lynch & Warren Buffett. He learned to follow examples set by those who are considered to be the absolute best in their areas of expertise & exemplify honesty, dedication, ethics & commitment. These individuals continually seek to differentiate themselves from the crowd by being examples of living according to the highest degree of personal values & integrity. Richard integrates those values into his own life & passionately shares those principles with his family, friends & clients.

Then came the crash in 2008, Richard knew there was a better way. With his financial and life background he came up with a better way...

Hence "The Capitalist's Worst Nightmare Come True: The Crucifixion of Capital"  was born.

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