If you've been thinking about attending this year's annual Peak Prosperity seminar in Rowe, MA (April 14-17), time is running out to make your decision.
We're just a month out now, and there aren't many spaces left. Experience tells us they'll be snapped up over the next 2 weeks.
But there's more than time pressure at play here. This year's seminar is going to be notably different from years' past for several reasons:
- It's longer – we've added an extra day in order to be able to go deeper into the issues discussed, as well as the relationship-building side of things. When else during the year will you be spending time with so many like-minded people? Were going to make the most of it.
- We're the only seminar at Rowe that weekend – in year's past, we've shared the Rowe facilities with at least one other seminar group. Not this year. It's going to be all Peak Prosperity, all the time.
- Lots of new material – with the development of our new book and the new macro challenges 2016 has introduced, we have a lot of new content & exercises that will be debuting at Rowe this year. Even if you're one the folks who come every year, you'll find next month's seminar to be quite different from past ones.
- More personal action – not only will the extra time allow for greater development of your personal action plan, but we'll be introducing more post-seminar support this year. Imagine leaving with commitments from other PPers to assist you in achieving your resilience-building goals for months after Rowe ends.
- Great mix – the 60+ attendees signed up so far show a pleasantly surprising blend of seasoned PP posters as well as a number of new faces. And not only are folks are coming from all corners of the US, but we have a number of international attendees – some as far as Singapore!
So if you've been considering coming this year, it's time to make the call.
We sure hope you can join us this year. Especially because 2016 has quickly proved that the trend has shifted: the false tranquility of the past 7 years has ended, and that volatility and surprises will define the new era we're entering.
Is this the year the system starts to lose control? We don't know. But what we are certain of is that the need to develop personal resilience — particularly across the other non-financial 8 Forms of Capital — is higher than at any point since 2008 for those who seek to protect themselves from the winds of sudden change.