• Peak Prosperity Annual Weekend Seminar: May 1-3, 2020

Date Friday, May 1, 2020 - 9:00am PDT - Sunday, May 3, 2020 - 12:00pm PDT

2020 begins a new decade, one that increasingly looks like it will have quite a rocky start.

What will be required to successfully navigate the unwinding of the massive 10 year-long Everything Bubble that the central banks blew in response to the Great Recession?

We are assembling the best experts in the world to answer exactly that at our upcoming 2020 PP seminar — which will take place May 1-3, 2020.

Given the widespread praise and encouragement we’ve received from recent participants, we’re pleased to announce we’ll be holding the even in the same beautiful west coast location again: Sebastopol, CA, the heart of California’s wine country.

Our seminar model is extremely well-developed, having been honed over the past decade. It combines teachings, breakouts, and exercises that deliver both critical insights and actionable ideas.

That said…we’re making it even better this year! Even bigger-name expert speakers. Even more interactive exercises. And a new (optional) track for those most interested in building community & deepening relationships with other like-minded attendees.

Specifically, this year’s seminar will offer

  • The latest view through the Crash Course framework from Chris Martenson and Adam Taggart. What developments are most likely in 2020 and the coming decade?
  • Understanding (and accepting) the coming wealth transfer, with active discussions of which assets will provide the best protection
  • Why developing Resilience today is the best investment of your energies for securing the best future for yourself and those you care about
  • How to develop Resilience using The 8 Forms of Capital (we give specific recommendations here)
  • Techniques for sharing difficult information with others
  • Emotional Resilience and helping to align spouses with their reluctant partners.
  • A personalized action plan to increase your prosperity
  • The skills needed to create a sustainable income that you own & can depend on
  • Meeting excellent other like-minded people who share your views
  • Private, free-of-charge access to our endorsed financial advisers

Even more so this year, there will be in-person appearances by a number of experts who have been featured on the PeakProsperity.com website over the years.

The connections made at these conferences have lasted between participants for years and are another significant benefit of the experience. Having the chance to engage with other highly successful people on these topics in a safe environment is the greatest value the weekend delivers for many participants.

In short, the goal of the weekend is for you to return home with peace of mind, knowing that you’re equipped to meet the future head-on. And prosper in it.

 

We look forward to seeing you in May!

cheers,

Adam & Chris

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Lodging

Lodging options abound in Sebastopol, and especially in the much larger city of Santa Rosa just a few miles to the east.

The closest hotels to the venue where the seminar will be held are:

Farmhouse Inn in nearby Forestville is a nice choice for those looking for a high-end wine country lodging experience.

Airbnb has lots of options in the area, too, all across the price spectrum. Charming towns in the area to consider options in beside Sebastopol are Occidental, Bodega/Bodega Bay, Petaluma, Forestville, Guerneville, and Monte Rio.

Other well-rated lodging options can be found here.

Getting Here

As for airports, the nearest one to fly into is Santa Rosa (STS). It’s only a 20-minute drive from the tarmac to Sebastopol. That’s a smaller airport, though, so you’ll likely have to make a transfer or two to get there from most locations.

The closest major airports are San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (OAK). Both are about an hour and a half drive to Sebastopol. The drive up north from either is pretty straightforward and quite scenic — especially if you drive over the Golden Gate bridge.

For those not looking to rent a car, there is an excellent airport shuttle up to Sonoma County from SFO and OAK. A schedule and tickets can be obtained by clicking here. Uber and Lyft are options, too.

Things To Do In Sonoma County

There’s a reason Sonoma County is a top destination for vacationers from all over the world. There’s an amazing amount of natural beauty here, top-notch food/wine/beer/hard cider, and outdoor activities.

Just a few of the highlights include:

So for those who bring spouses and children with you — don’t worry! They won’t be bored! In fact, they’ll thank you for bringing them here!

Event Details
Date:
Friday, May 1, 2020 - 9:00am PDT - Sunday, May 3, 2020 - 12:00pm PDT

Location:
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S High St
Sebastopol, CA 95472
United States

Cost: $695 (Early Bird), $1,095 (General Admission)

Contact Information:
Peak Prosperity
[email protected]
(707) 515-6770

6 Comments

  • Tue, Dec 03, 2019 - 5:40pm

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    Adam Taggart

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    Lodging options

    Lodging options abound in Sebastopol, and especially in the much larger city of Santa Rosa just a few miles to the east.

    The closest hotels to the venue where the seminar will be held are:

    Good news! We’ve negotiated a 15% discount at the Fairfield Inn & Suites.

    If you’re interested in taking advantage of it, email Jean at [email protected], or call 707.829.6677 to make your reservation. Be sure to ask for the “Peak Prosperity discount”.

    If you’ve already booked a room at the Fairfield, no worries. Just contact them using the email or phone # above and ask for the discount to be applied to your existing reservation.

    Farmhouse Inn in nearby Forestville is a nice choice for those looking for a high-end wine country lodging experience.

    Airbnb has lots of options in the area, too, all across the price spectrum. Charming towns in the area to consider options in beside Sebastopol are Occidental, Bodega/Bodega Bay, Petaluma, Forestville, Guerneville, and Monte Rio.

    Other well-rated lodging options can be found here.

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  • Tue, Dec 03, 2019 - 5:40pm

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    Adam Taggart

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    Getting To Sebastopol

    Getting Here

    As for airports, the nearest one to fly into is Santa Rosa (STS). It’s only a 20-minute drive from the tarmac to Sebastopol. That’s a smaller airport, though, so you’ll likely have to make a transfer or two to get there from most locations.

    The closest major airports are San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (OAK). Both are about an hour and a half drive to Sebastopol. The drive up north from either is pretty straightforward and quite scenic — especially if you drive over the Golden Gate bridge.

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  • Tue, Dec 03, 2019 - 5:41pm

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    Adam Taggart

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    Things To Do In Sonoma County

    Things To Do In Sonoma County

    There’s a reason Sonoma County is a top destination for vacationers from all over the world. There’s an amazing amount of natural beauty here, top-notch food/wine/beer, and outdoor activities.

    Just a few of the highlights include:

    So for those who bring spouses and children with you — don’t worry! They won’t be bored! In fact, they’ll thank you for bringing them here!

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  • Tue, Dec 03, 2019 - 5:41pm

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    Adam Taggart

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    Refund Policy

    We understand that sometimes life can throw a wrench into your plans. If you register for our seminar and then later realize you can’t make it, we do our best to be as generous as we can in terms of offering refunds.

    We will offer full refunds for as long as we can. Just be aware that since this event has limited capacity, there is a point at which we can’t guarantee a full refund.

    Here is our policy:

    • Until Feb 15, 2020: full refund granted upon request
    • Feb 15-Mar 15, 2020: full refund granted if we can find someone to purchase your ticket; if not, 50% refund
    • After Mar 15, 2020: full refund granted if we can find someone to purchase your ticket; if not, 0% refund

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  • Tue, Dec 03, 2019 - 5:49pm

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    Adam Taggart

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    Money Back Guarantee

    As we always offer, we want to make sure you’re fully satisfied with your experience at our seminar.

    If you decide at any time on the first day you aren’t, come find me or Chris to let us know. We’ll take back your seminar workbook and get you a full refund. Actually, keep the workbook — it’s packed with a ton of valuable insights and we want you benefit from that.

    Note that this offer expires at the end of Day 1. If you return for Day 2, we’ll understandably take that as confirmation you’re receiving enough value from the event to merit coming back.

     

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  • Tue, Dec 03, 2019 - 5:59pm

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    Adam Taggart

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    Food Options

    FOOD OPTIONS

    As a reminder: the seminar will run from 9am-6pm Fri and Sat and 9am-noon on Sunday. Each day will have an hour and a half break for lunch. You’ll be on your own for meals — the good news is that Sebastopol offers a wide range of great food options.

    We highly encourage you to invite other seminar participants to dine with you. We’ll have lunch & dinner sign-up sheets at the seminar to help facilitate this.

    All of the establishments below are within a 5-minute drive of the event venue (most of them are within a 5-minute walk):

    COFFEE SHOPS

    • Taylor Lane – 6790 McKinley Street, Suite 130 – (707) 634-7129
    • Acre Coffee – 962 Gravenstein Hwy S – (707) 329-6149
    • Ninja Star – 992 CA-Route 116 – (707) 862-3834
    • Retrograde Coffee Roasters – 130 South Main Street – (707) 827-8065
    • Hardcore Coffee – 81 Bloomfield Rd – (707) 823-7588
    • Coffee Katz – 6761 Sebastopol Ave – (707) 829-6600
    • Starbucks – 801 Gravenstein Hwy S – (707) 829-5029

    BREAKFAST

    • Grateful Bagel – 300 S Main St – (707) 829-5220
    • Hole In The Wall – 972 Gravenstein Hwy S – (707) 861-3777
    • Fandee’s – 7824 Covert Ln – (707) 829-2642

    LUNCH/DINNER

    • Handline (California surf & turf) – 935 Gravenstein Ave. – (707) 827-3744
    • K&L Bistro (French) – 119 S Main St – (707) 823-6614
    • Hopmunk Tavern (pub food) – 230 Petaluma Ave – (707) 829-7300
    • Ramen Gaijin (high end ramen) – 6948 Sebastopol Ave – (707) 827-3609
    • Sushi Tozai (Japanese) – 7531 Healdsburg Ave – (707) 824-9886
    • Sushi Hana (Japanese) – 6930 Burnett St – (707) 823-3778
    • 8 Cuisine (Chinese) – 7501 Healdsburg Ave – (707) 823-8189
    • Gravenstein Grill (farm-to-table) – 8050 Bodega Ave – (707) 634-6142
    • Fork Roadhouse (farm-to-table) – 9890 Bodega Hwy – (707) 634-7575
    • Slice of Life (vegetarian/vegan) – 6970 McKinley St – (707) 829-6627
    • Gypsy Cafe (comfort) – 162 N Main St, Sebastopol – (707) 861-3825
    • East West Cafe (Mediterranean) – 128 N Main St, Sebastopol – (707) 829-2822
    • Sequoia Burger (bugers) – 1382 Gravenstein Hwy S C – (707) 829-7543
    • D’s Diner (burgers) – 7260 Healdsburg Ave – (707) 829-8080
    • Himalayan Tandoori & Curry House (Indian) – 969 Gravenstein Hwy S – (707) 824-1800
    • El Coronel (Mexican) – 1015 Gravenstein Hwy S – (707) 829-7010
    • Mombo’s (pizza) – 560 Gravenstein Hwy N – (707) 823-7492

    GROCERY STORES

    • Whole Foods – 6910 McKinley St – (707) 829-9801
    • Community Market – 6762 Sebastopol Ave #100 – (707) 407-4020
    • Fircrest Market – 998 Gravenstein Hwy S – (707) 823-9171
    • Pacific Market – 550 Gravenstein Hwy N – (707) 823-9735
    • Safeway – 406 N Main St – (707) 823-1101

    BARS/BREWERIES/CIDERIES/ DISTILLERIES

    • Crooked Goat Brewing (brewery) – 120 Morris St #120 – (707) 827-3893
    • Fern Bar (fancy spirits) – 6780 Depot St Suite 120 – (707) 861-9603
    • Woodfour Brewing Company (brewery) – 6780 Depot St – (707) 823-3144
    • Horse & Plow (cidery) – 1272 Gravenstein Hwy N – (707) 827-3486
    • Old Main (dive bar) – 153 N Main St, Sebastopol – (707) 829-1172
    • Spirit Works (distillery) – 6790 McKinley St #100 – (707) 634-4793

    TREATS

    • Screamin’ Mimis (ice cream) – 6902 Sebastopol Ave – (707) 823-5902
    • HoneyMoon (frozen yogurt) – 7108 Bodega Ave – (707) 829-9866
    • Sonoma Chocolatiers (chocolates) – 6988 McKinley St – (707) 829-1181

    PHARMACIES

    • CVS – 6877 Sebastopol Ave – (707) 823-7209
    • Rite-Aid – 218 N Main St – (707) 829-3007
    • Whole Body (adjacent to Whole Foods) – 6910 McKinley St – (707) 829-9801

    Other great restaurant options are available in the nearby towns of Santa Rosa, Graton, Occidental and Bodega Bay.

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