Case Study: Results in 6 Days Promoting a Winning Funnel

To see what this winning sales funnel that has generated $93,654.47 in such a short span, head over to:

National Achievers Conference India 2014

I’m currently on the National Achievers Conference India 2014 tour sharing the stage with Robert Kiyosaki, Les Brown and other amazing speakers.


Will here for a month, doing events at New Delhi and Bengaluru. Was really looking forward to the garlic naan and butter chickens, but after 2 weeks of that, I think I’ve met my quota for the next 2 years.

Here are some images from the tour…

Entering Clickbank’s Platinum Program

clickbank platinum package peng joon

Today I received this in the mail.

I’ve been a Clickbank Top Vendor since 2010.

They’ve just implemented Clickbank Platinum. It’s more elite. There are more perks.

These include speaking opportunities, dedicated account managers, exclusive invites to masterminds and after parties, higher price limits, 90% commissions, commission tiers and much more…

clickbank platinum features

In order to qualify for the 2015 Platinum program, you need to complete the following three criteria:

Have You Completed 51% of Your New Year’s Resolutions?


peng joon vision board

We’re halfway through the year, have you completed 51% of what you set out to do?

Ahh, New Year’s Resolutions… the most lucrative time of the year for all savvy Internet marketers. People vow to “lose weight,” “get fit,” “make money online,” “start a business” and so forth.

Goals are awesome.

But what isn’t is the commitment of many of these people.

My Worst Personal Hacking Experience

If there’s one differentiating factor between successful people and those who aren’t, it’s this: attitude.

Bad things happen all the time. Everyone faces problems throughout their lives. No one is immune.

This is a picture of some of my team members during my worst personal hacking experience…

worst hacking experience ever


While many give up at the first sign of trouble, put it down to bad luck, shrug their shoulders and say, “Well, I did my best…”