How Steve Jobs and the Sith Lord had the same superpowers

Hi, my name is Nicolas Lum and I am a closer with Dan Lok’s Closing Team. In this article, I will explore how the persuasion and influence techniques used by the Sith Lord from Star Wars and Steve Jobs are exactly the same, and how we should perceive influence in our world.

What is influence?

We are all under influence more than you think. Whether it’s watching the latest blockbuster trailers or reading the news, there are many external forces which are specifically crafted to alter the decisions and beliefs we have.

Steve Jobs is an example of a master influencer who has the ability to move people emotionally and have a tremendous impact on the decisions we make. Not only to influence customers to buy that iPhone, but also to influence the people under his wings to work hard and strive to create one of the most revolutionary product in history.

In this article, I want to explain how influence is not a bad thing nor a good one. It is simply a tool that we have to instill change in others. It is however, the motives of the person behind the tool that determines if the outcome is positive.

The dark side

I’m sure we are all familiar with the story of how Anakin Skywalker, once innocent and destined to bring balance to the Force, was lured to the dark side by the Sith Lord. But how was the power influence used in a negative way?
The basis of selling anything is to find someone’s pain, making them feel the pain and then healing it through a new set of choices. These choices could be the products and services you are selling or better decisions, but in Anakin’s case it is to save his wife and join the dark side.

For Anakin, his pain was the fear that his wife would die during childbirth. This fear was stirred up by the vivid memories of the visions he had of his mother before she died. Now, the Sith Lord offers him an opportunity to save his wife from dying, with the cost of joining the dark side.

Since Anakin’s pain was much stronger than the cost, he was sold on the idea and the rest is (fictional) history.

The good side

You might be thinking, how would influence ever be used for the good of society? Shouldn’t this be illegal?

But if we don’t have this tool, where would our society be today?

All of the marvels that we have achieved as a society have all been made possible by influential leaders who have a deep desire to improve the world we live in.

Think of Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs and so many more.

The ability to influence also affects your relationship with your team, spouse, family and kids. The person who influences is a person who contributes beyond him/herself and becomes a true leader. It can give you the power to shape your future and the quality of life for yourself and anybody you really care about.

The key to positive influence is to come from a place of deep caring. If you develop strong relationships with people, look for their deepest needs and help them meet that, there will be no limit to the income, joy and impact you have.

The next time you have a friend who needs help making good decisions in their life, remember the three key points of influence and you will be able to make a positive impact to someone who you truly care about.

If you have any questions about the art of influence and closing, or you want to discuss this further, send me an email at

Until next time, always be closing.

Nicolas Lum

Using Technology to Communicate With Employees


Hi, my name is Adam McClary, I am a High Ticket Closer with Dan Lok’s Closing Team led by Joel Goh a.k.a Rich Asian™. I love helping business owners increase revenue. In this article I am going to explore the topic of using technology in communication. Does it help or harm our ability to connect with others? I hope you enjoy this, please leave your concerns, comments and observations in my social media feed.

My first exposure to video conferencing:

A few years ago I joined a non-profit. I wanted to help small farmers in South Dakota become more profitable. Unfortunately, what I did not know was that this commitment would require me to drive 450 miles on my own dime to attend a one day meeting. Telling my friends I was a vice president of a non-profit was amazing. But that feeling did not last as I read the email notification one more time. “We are scheduling an emergency meeting as a board. We will not meet our objectives on time even with our weekly hour long phone conferences.” Sitting there in my living room I felt conflicted.

Surely I wasn't the only one that was dreading an eight hour drive just to meet for a few hour meeting. I knew I couldn't just quit helping the association. I really believed in what we were doing. However, I couldn't just take a day off work anytime we were in danger of not meeting a deadline.

So I sent out a suggestion via email, could we possibly meet using a free video conferencing software? Quickly I heard back from the older members, No. They did not know how to download or use this new technology. This idea would not work. Not to be deterred, I thought up a new plan. I knew that the state had video conference capabilities.

What if we all traveled to the closest local town and had a web based meeting using these preset rooms? Finally they relented and the date was set. The farthest anyone had to drive that day was one hour. The best part is that we not only had a great meeting, we also actually finished our objectives within just four hours. Everyone was so excited that they decided we would meet via video conference from then on. I learned a valuable lesson that day, technology is a powerful tool when used correctly.

What is communication?

Communication is simply the transfer of information from one place to another place. There are different levels of communication, verbal, non-verbal, and written. Most of us communicate face to face just fine. If we are both in the same environment, we can see how the other person moves their face, hands and body. In fact Albert Mehrabian is often quoted for the work that he published in 1967 saying that 55% of communication is nonverbal, 38% is tone of voice and only 7% are spoken words.

Does this mean that when I am writing an email that I am only 7% effective at communicating? I hope not. I would like to think that I am better at writing that that? But what it does mean is that when I am writing my article, I am encoding a message. A message that you then have to decode after you receive it. This means that if emails or text messages are not written carefully, entire thoughts or even your intent of the message can get lost in translation.

What if you could avoid this? Now with the availability of free conferencing software, it is possible to have a face to face meeting with anyone in the world who has a phone and WIFI signal. But what about email and text? Are they really that effective at conveying our emotions, tonality, and thoughts? Is there a better solution?

Why you should use technology for communication

The other day I was sending some LinkedIn messages. I then saw a company that I wanted to work with. I got on the phone with a sales representative from the company and instantly discerned that I could help them increase their sales. So I sent out a few messages that added value but I only had one person connect with me, this amounted to a 5% engagement rate.

I thought to myself, I suck! I knew my writing had been ineffective. But, I also did not want to spend the next two months going through a copywriting course. I needed results now, so I switched strategies.

I knew that there had to be a way to send a video message. So after a few minutes on Google, I found a company that would allow me to record and send video messages. So I refined my list down to the top four decision makers of the company. I recorded short one to two minute personalized videos with ways they could increase their sales and sent the video link out.

Guess what happened, I had two videos watched within 12 hours; that's 50% engagement! One of the prospects even took the time to view my LinkedIn profile. I was ecstatic, once again I was impressed with the power of technology in communication.

Communication disasters

Three years ago I had driven to Pittsburgh, PA for a conference. I met up with my group of friends and we walked down a steep hill in the biting cold to get some dinner at the local Chipotle Grill. Apparently it was the popular choice that night. The place was packed but we finally found one table for four.

As we sat down, all of my friends started staring into their screens. I only had a flip phone at that point so I started watching people. Everyone that came in the door was on a phone. Everyone that was sitting down eating was on a phone. In fact for the first fifteen minutes of our meal, I was the only non-employed person in the building not staring silently into a phone.

This is the curse of technology. If we are not intently focused on connecting with the other humans around us, we will neglect them and crawl deeper and deeper into the techno world. As far as I am concerned, the world of virtual reality is already here, it just is not perfected yet.

So you may ask, do you need to communicate with your employees via blog, social media posts, podcasts and videos to remain relevant? My short answer to this is no. We actually need more people willing to set aside all the hustle and bustle of modern life and spend more time speaking face to face. The human next to you is so beautiful, so interesting and so intrinsically valuable that the best thing you could ever do is just speak with them.

However on a balancing argument, I would say that we should strive to make every interaction with employees and customers as relevant and personal as possible. So rather than sending that text, could you call them? Rather than sending that long confusing email, could you send a personalized video? A limitless list of possibilities is blown wide open to us right now.

Choosing a communication strategy

Technology has the power to multiply our voice. In many industries, gone are the days of handwritten reports. Books are a thing of the past and file cabinets were kicked to the curb years ago. We are going through the next big change in communication. The first major shift was when the telephone allowed people to communicate across the country. Then when email came out, we could now send messages easily across the world. Now with the availability of social media and video conference software, we can not only speak with but also meet with people from around the world.

As a company, it is up to you to choose how you will encode and decode messages. I would encourage you to start thinking outside the box. When it comes to writing policy, don’t try to reinvent the wheel. Take a look at what is available and adapt it to your context. Let’s take a look at some specific examples of where technology will help you learn more about your employees and be able to connect with them in deeper and more meaningful ways.

Using Social media

In the past when small family run businesses were the standard, you could speak with every employee every day. In fact every employee could speak with everyone else and see how they were doing. Today, as companies consolidate and grow, it can be hard to connect with your fellow employees and hear how everyone is doing.

This is especially true of industries such as emergency services and truck drivers who check in at the beginning of a shift and hit the streets. One free tool available at your disposal is Facebook. Facebook now has private invitation only groups. This means that you could actually have a company wide or shift wide invitation only group where you could share the big wins of the day both at home and at work.

Now this could easily be abused. I will be the first to acknowledge that there must be standards by which you measure what is acceptable and what is not. This platform can’t fully replace the managers speaking directly with employees. If you viewed this as a stand alone communication platform, you are actually regressing.

But what if you are the Chief of a large department and as you walk down the hall, you not only can greet your employee by name but also congratulate him on his new personal record bench press?

Allowing your employees to share and connect with each other allows you to get to know them better so you can connect with them faster and on a deeper level when you speak with them face-to-face.

Using video

Video is another powerful tool in your arsenal. Just think of the latest emails that you sent out. Some email communication is simple. Do you want this or that, yes or no. Other messages though, we spend more time typing.

We are scared that we may not be truly getting everything acros. Take for example a notice of policy changes. Or a company wide email wishing everyone a Merry Christmas. These are a perfect time to use the power of video to your advantage. Spend a few minutes crafting your train of thought. Then simply press record and you can convey your message with the added help of body language and tone of voice.

The main challenges with video are making sure you have a good quality camera, low background noise and good lighting. However with the advances in technology, it has never been more cost effective to turn on your smartphone camera and start recording. We are not aiming for movie quality here. In fact, when we make mistakes or our background is a little cluttered it just goes to endure you to your employees as they can see that you are human too.

Ending thoughts

I hope you have picked up on some new ideas. I look forward to hearing how you have chosen to implement technology in your workplace to better connect with your employees. Just remember that the addition of technology will never be a wrong choice, as long as it only augments your communication strategies, and does not replace you meeting them, speaking to them and personally showing them you care. Use technology to relate your humanity to others.

If you ever have any questions about closing inbound high ticket calls, email me at

Till next time, Keep crushing it.

Be awesome my friends,

Adam McClary

How I Changed from Being a Skeptical Partner to Supportive Partner & Student

Hi my name is Jayden Lee and I am a season 7 graduate of Dan Lok’s High Ticket Closer program.

Back in August 2018, my boyfriend, and now my fiancé, Joel Goh met Dan Lok through a Facebook advertisement and joined High Ticket Closing Program in Season 5.

What was my first reaction when Joel told me he was going to become a Closer?

All I could think of was ‘WTF is closing?’

Initially, I couldn’t fully support Joel’s decision in joining the HTC program and the fact that he doesn’t want to work a 9 to 5 job anymore.

There were even times when I got disappointed at Joel for telling me that he wants to become rich so he can give me the best life he could ever give to me.

WTF? I never asked Joel to go make money or buy me this and that?

I never said we have to be rich!

Why is he saying these things to me?

Was I being needy to him? I am financially confident for my age and I don’t need a lot of money to be happier.

But why is Joel suddenly believing that we needed to become rich out of nowhere? Every time Joel had class or talked about High Ticket Closing, it sounded so strange and new to me.

I just couldn’t fully believe in Dan Lok’s HTC program, even after Joel graduated from the program and brought many good results.

Yet, this man in red suit just blew my mind few months later… I had an opportunity to meet Dan Lok in person at his special event called Closers In Black 2018.

At first, I wasn’t that interested in going to the event, but Dan’s vision and his personal achievements he shared with his mentees and team were speechlessly amazing.

Ever since that 2nd day of the event, my skeptical mindset about Joel being in the program no longer existed in my mind.

All I could think of was ‘I want to become Dan’s mentee’.

On the last day of the event, I told Joel and even promised to Dan’s wife, Jennie, that I will join HTC Season 7 and become Dan Lok’s mentee. Now I call Dan Lok my Sifu, my mentor.

Honestly, breaking my lower self and changing my mindset also the way I view the world was not easy. But I knew I will only become better after graduating from the HTC program.

I was right, the journey I went through season 7 was incredibly good. I not the same person i used to be anymore. I am so grateful to Joel for introducing me to Sifu Dan Lok and the world of High Ticket Closing.

I cannot wait to see what God has in store for me, Joel, Sifu, and HTC family in 2019.

It is almost 2019 and I am so excited to reach my goals and bring more results next year. How about you? What is your main goal for new year? Are you still struggling to find your passion? I would love to discuss about your struggles and goals if you are interested. If you would like to connect with me, feel free to contact me at

Thank you for taking your time to read my article, and I’m looking forward to hearing from you!


Jayden Lee

Dan Lok University™

Increasing Health, Happiness and Overall Success


Hi this is Conor Grace again from over at Team Rich Asian™. Since my early teenage years, personal development and growth has been a focus in my life.

After countless hours studying, trying and integrating concepts and strategies, I have experienced that habits and structure that are key to making me a more positive and productive person.

Today I will be sharing with you some ideas on structuring your morning for success: How to do it and why it’s a good idea.

How we do something is how we do everything

How do you start your day?

Be honest! At first, the truth will agitate you. But ultimately it will set you free.

Do you hit the snooze button and start procrastinating straight away? Do you reach for your phone and immediately go onto social media?

This is a HUGE problem for most people. While it seems harmless, it is devastating for your productivity and mental health.

Neuroscience is now showing us that constantly looking at status updates, notifications and social media is rewiring our brains!

Every time you hear that *bing* coming from your phone, you reach into your pocket and check, right?

By doing this you are subconsciously reacting to a stimulus instead of consciously responding.

I get it, you want to see who it is and what they have to say.

But is it really more important than what you’re focusing on already?

Like everything we repeatedly do – It becomes habit.

Do you want to create the habit of reacting subconsciously to life?


Do you want to live responsibly and be conscious of your actions and decisions?

I know you’re responsible as you have made it this far.


Keep reading to learn ways to create a positive and productive day and in turn - Life

Starting your day on the right foot

Waking up at the same time every day is fundamental to start your day optimally. The specific time will change from person to person.

But keeping a regular waking and sleeping cycle is very important as your body become accustomed to these cycles.

After waking, brushing my teeth and getting a glass of water, I will begin my routine. This is a concept that comes from the book “The Miracle Morning” by Hal Elrod called Morning S.A.V.E.R.S.

S – Silence: As it’s the beginning of the day, it’s a perfect opportunity to take responsibility for our day and life.

Remember how Social media trains us to be reactive?

By taking 10 minutes to sit down and Meditate, we train our brains to focus on One thing.

When we get distracted, we return to our focus.

This is can also be used as a metaphor for our lives.

When we get caught up in life and distracted from our purpose, bring the focus back to our goals and intentions.

There are countless forms of meditations, but I find the Headspace app a great place for beginners.

It walks you through guided meditations and there are 10 sessions on it that are totally free.

A – Affirmations: Our subconscious minds take everything we say as the truth. Therefore, we can speak our way to success!

There are three ingredients to powerful affirmations:

1.      Say out personal, present, positive words aloud with conviction - I am loving the life I live!

2.      Close your eyes and visualize yourself in the manner you are affirming – imagine all the things you love and are grateful for. Your family, friends, opportunities, passions and the beauty of life.

3.      Feel yourself experiencing the emotions attached to the affirmation – Joy, gratitude, excitement, fulfillment, passion and inspiration.

Try this out now for yourself. See how much better you feel after a few a few simple affirmations!

Affirmations have a compounding effect.

The more you do them, the more you believe them and the more you believe them, the more you become them.

V - Visualization: When we focus and imagine something in our minds, we will subconsciously try to recreate those situations in real life.

I invite you to take 5 minutes to visualize your perfect life three years from now. Bring all your senses into it and imagine all areas of your life being perfect in every way.

Such as your work, finances, passion, health, relationships, personal and spiritual development.

Next, invest a further 5 minutes to visualize your perfect day unfolding, morning to night. See all the great things you are doing and feel how amazing it is to be living your perfect day.

Make sure this corresponds with your three-year vision.

By having a clear picture in our mind of what we want, we are more likely to recognize and take action when the opportunity arises.

E - Exercise: Going for a quick walk or doing some light exercises such as jumping jacks, push ups or squats are all a great way to get the blood pumping and to feel alive!

From boosting mentally acuity to increasing longevity and preventing disease, the positive benefits of exercise are numerous.  But sometimes it can fall to the wayside due to “being too busy”.

Do you find yourself making that same excuse? My question to you is:

Are you too busy to take some time out to make you healthier, happier and more productive?

Even 5 – 10 minutes of exercise will wake you up and give you energy to tackle the day head on.

R - Reading: Continuous learning is fundamental for any progress in life. By leveraging the knowledge of others, we save ourselves the time and energy that others have spent in acquiring the lessons.

There’s no need to reinvent the wheel.

The easiest way ensure you take action with an intention is to integrate it into your life.

I like to do this by reading 10-15 mins in the morning while I drink my tea. 25 mins at dinner and 15-20 mins at night before bed.

By integrating reading into daily tasks, it becomes easy to read an hour a day.

Maybe audio books are more your thing. If that’s the case, listen while commuting, shopping or even during your morning exercise routine.

S - Scribing: This is where I write my goals for the day and make any notes I might need for the day. By writing down your goals or important points for the day, it increases the likelihood of you remembering it.

It saves you mental energy as you don’t have to keep all that information in the front of your mind.

I like to carry my goals list in my wallet and I tick them off as I complete each one. I find it motivating to tick them off as I go. It creates momentum to complete the next goal!

This is the reason bench marks are placed at milestones in a marathon, it boosts focus and tenacity.

Always prioritize the most important goals on your list.

In fact, the more unnecessary things you can scratch off your list the better.

While it can be easy to fall into the trap of “being busy”, it is vital to your health and productivity to only focus on your most important tasks.

There is a huge difference between splashing water and swimming toward a specific point.

We all only have a certain amount of time and energy, don’t spread it too thin!

Less is more.


By consciously setting time aside each morning, we can greatly increase our health, happiness and overall success.

There’s a lot of food for thought here. But like anything, it takes time and effort to digest.

Start small, wake up 10 minutes early to implement one of these exercises per week. Each consecutive week add the next exercise until you have the complete sequence in place.

That’s my challenge to you.

You wouldn’t prioritize hitting your snooze button over productive habits, would you?

First you create your habits, then they create you.

If you enjoyed this article and have any questions, reach out and connect. I’m always open to sharing ideas and supporting ideas if I can. My email address is –

Till next time brothers and sisters. Be positive, take action, say no to procrastination and yes to productivity.

Your friend,

Conor Grace

I didn’t choose HTC, HTC chose me


Tim Kan, Proud Representative of Team Rich Asian™. In this article, you’ll discover an idea of how I came about becoming not only the Closer.. but the Man that I am today.

My father chose a path, and it didn’t include us

Growing up in Houston had its ups and downs. Being one of three Asian’s in a predominantly black elementary school wasn’t always smooth. Although my best friend at the time was black, Johnathon, I still dealt with bullies and was always being outnumbered. I learned quickly that investing kindness in others doesn’t always bring back the same return.

My parents were aware of the situation but then again I was a troublemaker myself.. Skipping school, getting revenge, talking back, and even lying too much.. Rarely did I ever see my parents, they owned and operated a fast food business and my brother and I were asleep by the time they got home, so I only saw them during the weekends.

Fast forward to my ninth grade year in high-school, I discovered that my parents had been facing years of discontent between each other, so my Father felt that it was in his best interest to move out and start fresh on his life, without my mother, younger brother, and myself. That’s when I was forced to accept that life.. Was no fairy tale, and that I had to be a Man.

Destined for Greatness

At the end of my ninth grade year, I needed seven credits to move up to tenth grade, I had one. One fucking credit.. I remember imagining what all of my friends and family were going to say when they discovered that I was repeating a year of high-school. I let my Mother down, I let myself down, and as a role-model, I let my brother down..

Before school completely ended, I was determined to find a way to graduate on time. It hurt way too much to imagine my peers moving up in life ahead of me.

I’ll never forget the time that the assistant-principal laughed and told me to my face “you’re not going to graduate in 2010”. I was ALMOST convinced, that asshole ALMOST got me. But thankfully, my counselor told me there was ONE way, ONLY ONE way to graduate on time.

I remember sitting on the edge of my seat more attentive than I’ve ever been throughout my nine years of school. I told her “YES! How? I’ll do ANYTHING, Sign me up!”, I was ready to take on the world.

The counselor smirked and said “For the next THREE YEARS, you will have to attend summer school, attend early morning class(two hours early), attend after school class(another damn two hours), oh and also weekend class”.

I could not believe the words that crawled out of her mouth. But I knew.. I knew what had to be done. And I’ll never forget her last words before I walked out of her office: “You can do it”. Fast forward three rough years later, I did it.

I was caught up on all of my credits and graduated in 2010. Thanks to the support of my Mother and my counselor, for believing in me.

Discovering what’s possible

Soon after graduating high-school, I attempted and failed college twice. And then one day, a close friend at the time came to me and said.. “Tim! I can’t talk long but I just started working with a VERY successful businessman from California and he’s looking for a few people for his Houston team, would you be open to making an extra three to five thousand dollars part-time?”.

My first response, “HELL YEAH!”. That’s when I discovered a new world.. the world of.. MLM!

Everything sounded so right, everything felt so right, I signed up right away thinking that my friends and family were going to ride this momentum with me. But it didn’t work out the way i imagined. I found myself cold calling and reading out scripts that did not sound like me whatsoever.

After an investment of a year and a few thousand dollars, I gave up. I found myself believing in others more than they believed in themselves, but there was no way I could bring their success for them. And although I failed, that’s when I realized, I don’t have to live a mediocre life.

Even though MLM didn’t work out, I know what’s out there, what’s possible!

The Journey from MLM to FBA

After discontinuing my MLM journey in 2012, I went back to continue working for my mother’s Seafood Restaurant. Not because I truly wanted to, but because I knew I needed to be productive somehow instead of wasting my days at home trying to figure out what to do with my life.

Then one day, an opportunity to learn the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) Trade was presented to me. I had no prior experience, nor was I really a “handy man”, but there was something about working with tools and having the ability to diagnose and repair machines that really intrigued me, so I took the big step and signed up.

Nine months of Trade school and I was finally out working in the field. Getting side jobs on a daily basis and learning the industry more than I ever imagined. It felt good being able to get the job done and seeing the joy on my client’s faces, with the cold breezes blowing at their face.

Fast forward to 2015, I was given the opportunity to construct a second Restaurant for my mother, alongside my uncle who is a Serial Entrepreneur. I felt that this was a great opportunity for me to learn and develop various other skills, such as General Construction, Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry, and more..

After two years of hardcore learning and work, the project was finished. My plan after that project was to continue working under my uncle in hopes of being able to partner up with him on bigger projects, but the plan changed..

So I found myself back in the HVAC field. Sitting in my client’s attic, drenched in sweat, nearly passing out, I thought to myself “Damn.. is this my life? I can’t do this forever”..

During my time in the HVAC line of work, I spent a lot of time researching other ways to make additional income. Hundred of ideas were found, and the one that grabbed my interest most was.. Amazon FBA.

That’s when I first discovered the potential for the “Laptop Lifestyle”. I was totally hooked, so I signed for a two month Amazon FBA mentorship from Fiverr (lol).

Two months in, I had my first product up, “Hanging From Door Laundry Bags”. I thought to myself “this is it!”, financial freedom here I come.

Oh was I wrong, the launch of my product was miserable.. And I found my profits eating up quickly..

Discovery of HTC

I spent a lot of time on YouTube trying to find more ideas on additional income and that’s when I discovered Dan Lok. I remember thinking “Who the hell is this? This dude seems like the real deal”.

Still working my HVAC jobs, I would binge watch his videos on YouTube. I was captivated by his persona and the education that he graciously shared. Then one day I found the opportunity to learn this “High-Income Skill”.

A skill that could potentially transition my life from where I am now, to where I want to be, need to be. After thoroughly reading the HTC sign up page, with no hesitation I signed up. I felt that I need to “at least” give it a shot. If it works out, GREAT, if not, oh well..

After completing the preparation assignments before the first week of class. I felt something indescribible, a feeling of belief and momentum for this program. I truly believed that this program was like nothing else, for that reason, i decided to put my Amazon business on hold to focus all of my time on learning this skill.

Transition From Lower To Higher Self

Initially, I joined HTC to make more money, but after the first day of class, I discovered there was more to it than just that. In order to make the kind of money that I wanted, in order to live the life I truly desired..

I had to let go of the person that I was, and HTC showed me how. Everything about the program was exactly what I needed in my life, the energy, the lessons, and the culture. I don’t know if it’s the law of attraction or fate or what.. But somehow, someway..

The moment HTC found me, my life Transcended..

Thank you

Thanks for investing your time into this article. It wasn’t entirely easy to compress 27 years into a few pages. Much thanks to my team, Team Rich Asian™, and to our Sifu, Dan Lok.

For any questions or concerns, feel free to reach me at


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