I attended Stuart Zadel’s Think and Grow Rich seminar in Adelaide recently and I felt that a review was necessary. While most people in Australia may reap financial rewards through his programs, must people aren’t willing to take action to even make the dream a reality.
For this reason, there’s dozens who are happy to call Stuart Zadel dodgy or a scammer. It’s true that those who sign up to the gym and don’t take action, will never achieve the results that they desire. It’s not the fault of the gym, nor will this be the fault of Stuart himself, if you don’t take action with the tools that he’s providing.
The Think and Grow Rich conference
His business model revolves around holding seminars where numerous courses are sold, in which he receives a commission on each sale. I’ve found that some presenters aren’t quite qualified or have the actual experience to back themselves.
You can feel this when they speak on their subject matter, with their primarily focus towards selling their product or service. That said, there’s some good material such as
Cherie Barber’s course that can really assist a beginner renovator. Edit: Cherie Barber is no longer with Stuart Zadel, and has been replaced by Naomi Findlay.
Strategies that Stuart Zadel teaches
Some of these strategies that Zadel Property Education talks about at Think and Grow Rich could be perceived as risky. I feel that way because, while the strategies are valid, the strategies aren’t exactly as easy as they’re perceived to be. The average everyday person would find challenges, and are likely to be unable to complete all the steps of the sequence.
You’ll find the following topics, and likely more:
- Wealth through property investing
- How to learn share trading and Forex
- Public speaking and personal development
- Creating a passive or semi-passive income online
- Protecting your wealth through strategic legal strategies
Stuart doesn’t talk about the risks and potential down sides of these strategies. This can undermine the credibility of Zadel Property Education and result in claims of a scam. But really – the responsibility does fall mostly on the student, to do his or her own research. It’s good that you found your way to my blog!
The sales techniques that Stuart uses, specifically artificial valuations and the need to purchase on the day can certainly turn some people off. These are classic sales techniques in seminars through using a perception of scarcity and the fear of missing out arises. It’s wise to leave the credit card at home so you’re able to make a conscious and informed decision.
Should you go to a Stuart Zadel seminar?
On a positive note, YES! I would encourage that every should attend one of his weekend seminars. These are held regularly in capital cities across Australia. Avoid purchasing a course during the first seminar you attend, since he does these at least once a year and you won’t miss out. Instead take the free advice, books and CDs home with you.
Following this, discover the strategy that works for you and your personality. Then simply go to a local bookshop and see if you can find other books on that topic. Failing that, you can re-attend a seminar and purchase one of his courses that bests fits the direction of your life.
Thanks for sharing a piece in my already 10-year journey of positive influence.
I've learned that online success doesn't come cheaply, easy or fast. It's merely consistent work, day in and day out. But trust me: it's worth every challenge!
The doors are still OPEN for those prepared to get started and do the work.
I believe in you. 👍
Latest posts by Joshua (see all)
- FBA Freedom Accelerator (Myles) vs Marketplace Superheroes (Stephen) - December 4, 2019
- Zurvita Exposed: Here’s 7 Things You Weren’t Told! - December 4, 2019
- Review of iBuumerang: Is This a Legit Travel Opportunity? - December 2, 2019
Stuart Zadel Rated
Cost of Courses
Summary of Stuart Zadel's Property Weekend
This summarizes my thoughts here towards Stuart Zadel and his Zadel Property Conference