30 Day Fast Track Coaching Program Contest Entry Page

Welcome to the
30 Day Fast Track Coaching Program
Contest Page!

We're giving away 1 FREE spot in our upcoming RichLife™ Fast Track 30 Day Coaching Program.  Will the sought-after spot be yours?

Here's what you have to do to be eligible – simply answer the following two questions in the comment section below… and that's it!  We'll choose the lucky winner from the entries at midnight on May 9 and let everyone who participates know via email. Here are the questions:

  1. Question #1: What is the biggest financial obstacle in your life right now?

  2. Question #2: How would your life be different if you overcame that obstacle?

We look forward to seeing your answers – good luck! (*the winner will be chosen at the sole discretion of RichLifeTM Advisors from the entries received in the comment system below between 12:01 am April 28 and midnight May 9, 2011)

ENTER TO WIN BELOW!

Please post your answers below in the comment section.
We will be choosing the best answer from these comments.

Thanks and good luck!

41 Comments

  1. Ken Elliott on April 29, 2011 at 12:08 am

    1. Preparing for our first child…
    2. Be comforting to have that security



  2. Sean Smith on April 29, 2011 at 2:36 am

    1 – Secure cash flow
    2 – I will be leaving so much more at ease, I'll be more creative, I'll take more positive risks, I'll make a bigger impact all around



  3. Olga Hermans on April 30, 2011 at 1:19 am

    1. Since our immigration to Canada in 2003 we haven't been able to get on our feet financially
    2.Delivered from the present and have a restored and fulfilled life again.



  4. Sile - Natural Migraine Relief Expert on May 2, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    1. My biggest financial obstacle is making ends meet every month – working and investing everything into my business so that I can achieve my dream of helping 1 million migraine sufferers get rid of their migraines.

    2. First I would be able to repay the debts (financially and emotionally) to everyone who has believed in me so far. Getting my finances in order would be a huge weight and burden off my shoulders. Understanding that I never need to find myself in this position ever again (thanks to this training) would give me enormous piece of mind and I would pay it forward by recommending others to join your programs in future.
    I would be able to invest in high level coaching and mastermind programs to bring my blessing and leverage my time to reach and help other people. I would be able to offer generous scholarship programs of my own to migraine sufferers who are in pain but cannot afford insurance or pay for medication.
    I would create a training association to train others in my method and give them a viable business model and create happy empowered individuals who join me in my mission to empowering migraine sufferers take control of their migraines and their lives.
    I would be able to pay for translation, web services and staff to have my migraine relief program translated into Spanish, Italian, French and Chinese.



  5. shonna harding on May 2, 2011 at 6:27 pm

    1. living way beyond our means. when i got pregnant with our first son i lost my job, we decided to scale down but then my husbands hours got cut we fell behind big time. i have a business but i get in my own way and tell myself i can not be sucessful when i know that can. 
    2. we would be debt free and my husband and i could both follow our dreams and run business's we both love. be financially stable and send our sons to college if they chose to and it be paid for.



  6. James on May 3, 2011 at 6:41 am

    1. My biggest financial obstacle is to pay off our debts by getting a job.Having lost my job and spent all my life's savings and now living on an overdraft, at this time I need a job to secure a mortgage to pay off our debts.

    2. This would take such a huge headache,pain,stress away and would allow us to keep our home, my daughter to continue at her school and get the family back on some sort of a normal life until I can afford to follow my heart to become a life/health coach.



  7. Marcia on May 3, 2011 at 6:58 am

    1. Living within my means so I can be investing for retirement
    2. My fear of not having enough money and then my feelings of failure for not having done so disallow true day-to-day happiness.



  8. Victor on May 3, 2011 at 7:39 am

    1. Spending time and energy to focus on means to generate additional additional cash inflows. This causes stress that in turn leads to poor health.
    2. Living a healthy and balanced life, doing the things that I love doing. This will enable me to direct my energy into projects I dream of doing and also of  finding and living my ultimate life's purpose.



  9. Hannah du Plessis on May 3, 2011 at 7:51 am

    I need cash to start my venture.

    It would be great to start creating my dream in stead of being held back by a lack of finances. It would make me feel fulfilled, and that I am at last being able to reach my full potential.



  10. Steve Zhou on May 3, 2011 at 8:09 am

    1. My biggest financial obstacle is having a unstable income flow and difficult making ends meet.  I am a real estate agent so some month there are little or no income and other month I get a couple month worth of income.  It is difficult to plan and budget under the circumstances.
    2.  If I overcame the obstacle, I would have lot of peace of enjoy in my life.



  11. Connie on May 3, 2011 at 8:11 am

    1. My biggest financial obstacle now us believing in my abilities and having enough confidence to work my business  opportunity fulltime
    Believe in my decision to work for myself to provide for my two daughters and meet my financial independence goals
    2.My life would be different that I would be able to satisfy my vision of being a mother that show my girls that I love them and I am there.   That no matter how things may come you are able to continue with the vision.I can give them all the additional training and education to help them to reach their dreams and golds. Leave them an inheritance to build on.I also will have done this by helping others to become better stewards of their financial blessings and open the way for them to reach their financial freedom goals.The more people I can help the better my life will change in the desire to help others.



  12. Will on May 3, 2011 at 8:12 am

    1. I'm an university student and I didn't find any summer job this year, so I don't have any income streams at the moment. My dream is to get an online business started so that I could start doing what I love to do and not wasting my precious life in studies that I'm not interested in.
    2. My life would be fulfilling, full of joy and happiness.



  13. Lisa Fitzgerald on May 3, 2011 at 8:30 am

    The Biggest Obstacle would have to be my financial debt being in bondage to it, dreading the phone calls from bill collectors and not being able to have anything extra month to month. Being a Single Parent for so many years.
    If I had various streams of income coming in, I could pay off my debt, live where I want, provide a private school education to my daughter, give accordingly to my Church, Charities and Community and be able to help others the way I truly envision.



  14. Maria on May 3, 2011 at 11:50 am

    1. After declaring bankruptcy and now living with my boyfriend's parents, I'm trying to save for a new home (that I can actually afford!). My biggest obstacle right now is not being able to save any money.
    2. If I was able to save money, I would feel proud that I am in control of my money and financial decisions. I would also be happy knowing that I did it all myself with some expert guidance.



  15. Steve White on May 3, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    1.Creating enough income to fund my current life, which is quite simple and not extravagent and have enough left to fund my retirement and my children's college education
    2.It would allow me to live without having to make trade-offs between my financial future and my children's and worrying about how to pay for it all.



  16. Frank Bruno on May 3, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    1. My biggest obstacle has always been getting and staying ahead of finances for good. I have searched for this vehicle forever.
    2. After the obstacle would supply complete financial security for me and my family.



  17. Gizellw on May 3, 2011 at 1:33 pm

    1) Making money! I'm smart, I'm good at what I do, I really care about my clients and customers and want to make a meaningful contribution in people's lives, but I just don't seem to be able to make the transition from barely scraping by to actually making a good living.
    2) It would finally give me faith (in myself) and relief. If I could stop stressing about money for the basics I could put my energy into my passions.



  18. Tracy on May 3, 2011 at 2:26 pm

    Question #1: What is the biggest financial obstacle in your life right now?
    I believe the biggest financial obstacle standing in my way is fear. Fear of losing everything I have for something unknown prevents me from moving forward and taking a risk.
    Question #2: How would your life be different if you overcame that obstacle?
    I believe I would be able to take more risks with more confidence and understanding. This would cascade into other areas of my life and propel me forward.



  19. Jason on May 3, 2011 at 2:53 pm

    1.     38 years old with major school debt. I am currently underemployed, live in a small 1 Bedroom apartment with no investments, assets and hardly any Retirement since my  on and off job loss which lasted over 2 years cashed out any savings I had.
    2.     By overcoming my obstacle, I could finally be a 1st time Home Owner, pay off my school loan and work on different endeavors that are close to my heart and taking every opportunity to give back.
     
     



  20. Raysa on May 3, 2011 at 8:19 pm

    As a single mother and only income earner, my biggest challenge is generating a profitable business from allthe opportunities i receive daily. Where do I invest my time and money?  Daily, I need tocreate and maintain  ENTHUSIASM WHILE COMPLETING COURSES FOR  undergraduate degree over ( i was told my degree was over 10 years old  and I needed to repeat the coursework. while WORKING FULL TIME for a very demanding field after not working for a year in half. and the never ending question Am i truly making a difference here  hOW CAN I GET IT DONE,and win?  My business skills suck, I did not know what to do to continue connecting with my 2000 list of optins 



  21. Rick Spraglin on May 4, 2011 at 1:49 am

    #1. Sufficient money for retirement, pay off student loans and bring a hockey team back to a southern city.
    #2.  Community will share a more collaborative relationship with similarly situated cities, time to spend with grandchildren and share family heritage and background.  Southern Cal Granddaughters somewhat isolated from east coast family.  Opportunity for grandchildren to meet 97 year old great great grandmother and visit eastern historical locations (Washington, D.C., Philidelphia, Gettysburg)



  22. Phumlani Ngcobo on May 4, 2011 at 3:41 am

     

    What is the biggest financial obstacle in your life right now? My biggest financial obstacle right now is that, I'm not making much money from my salary. My income ends up paying all my bills. As a result, I'm living month to month, worried about paying my bills, spend time thinking about how to make more money.

    How would your life be different if you overcame that obstacle? I will start focusing on doing what I love (public speaking), give more money to my church, family, the needy, community, etc.



  23. Jane on May 4, 2011 at 1:57 pm

    1. Biggest obstacle is not having any free money left at the end of the month to enable us to take our boys to any where memorable so that they can have the usual experiences that their friends are having.  Money goes on paying off debts and there is little left over for any thing fun.  
    2.) Life would be very different if lack of money was overcome.  I would be able to clear off all debts, put money aside for the boys to go to university, move out of our poor area, pay back my parents the money they have given us.  I would more than anything like to arrange for my eldest to be able to take part in the activities he wishes to undertake to make up for all his early childhood he missed due to fighting Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia from the age of two and a half to 7 and a half.  If I was able to implement your teachings I would like to be able to take part in voluntary work at the hospital he was treated in the spare time that I have rather then having to spend time finding ways of getting extra money to help make ends meet.



  24. Craig Burnell on May 4, 2011 at 7:09 pm

     
    Question #1: What is the biggest financial obstacle in your life right now?
    Owning 2 businesses that are very reactionary to market fluctuations. One is the offshore charterboat industry and the other is in the Residential and Commercial building industry. It has been a struggle to market both companies, to maintain each ones assets, be able to pay bills, and to help support a family.
     Question #2: How would your life be different if you overcame that obstacle?
    I would be able to stay currrent in financial obligations to others. Continue to grow the businesses to a point were each were profitable. Improve on the quality of life for myself, my family, and my employees.



  25. colin on May 5, 2011 at 2:18 am

    1.clearing personal debt and finding a financial wealth coach and mentor 2.I would be able to create income the way I would choose to by being own boss working from home on the internet and creating my dream lifestyle and more income streams.



  26. Peter on May 5, 2011 at 4:31 am

    The biggest financial obstacle in my life is ME! If I could 'FIX' me i'm sure everything would work out.  What do I mean by 'FIX'?   I think most of us are savvy enough to know that we create our own circumstances in many cases. I'm just as smart, capable and resourceful as the other guys who have achieved their goals and more…but i'm still struggling with a mountain of debt and stuck spinning my wheels. The problem is with me….nothing else.
    My life would be different  because i would have achieved Financial success, less stress, improved self esteem and peace of mind. Everybody should know that THE RICH LIFE ADVISORS can't solve our problems. Only we can do that. They can only point us in the right direction…just like that map and star Beau talked about.



  27. (Dee) Dianne Purnell on May 5, 2011 at 9:57 am

    The biggest obstacle in my life is not enough money coming in to barely pay our bills.
    If I could overcome this obstacle in my life of not having enough money, I would spend
    more time traveling and more time with my grandsons and family and friends.  I would
    also help others how to do be happy in life and free of worries.



  28. EDDIE on May 5, 2011 at 10:47 am

    1.- My biggest obstacle is plain and simple PROCASTRINATION!!!
    2.-If Ihad overcome such barrier I would be able and enable more people to live a more meaningful life!!! 



  29. Kathy Roberts-Green on May 5, 2011 at 11:08 am

    I have worked in the corporate world of healthcare, never truely believing that I was actually helping most folks and always wishing to find that perfect job working with a group who practiced integrative healthcare.  I have finally decided to take that leap of faith,  leave my practice (and benefits) to start my own holistic foot care business.  I have done the research and found I would have little competition, I have a few contacts working in healthcare in my target area and our population in general is aging making my services valuable today and into the future.  My challenge is having no financial backing and savings for possibly 3 months only to draw on while I get established.  I am passionate about helping people, have extensive training and experience as both a nurse and a physician assistant as well as training in acupressure and energy medicine and I have worked with many of the executive directors in assisted living and long term care services.  Since I have made the decision to pursue my dream of working independently with the seniors I love, I have not been able to stop smiling.  I'm excited every day!  I would love the opportunity to work with the coaches to make this work financially.  Thank You!



  30. jo on May 5, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    1.starting a Fully equiped state of the auto Service centre
    2.Answer; i would be able to provide for my family provide , biuld a home and educate my kids



  31. Brian on May 5, 2011 at 1:12 pm

    1. The biggest financial obstacle that I believe I have is probably myself.  Not that there are extraneous factors, there are plenty.  However it appears I have little control over them.  So I suppose it is time to look withing and I need help in identifying those self defeathing thoughts, feelings and actions that are ruining my life.                       2.   My life would be so different if I could over come those financial challenges in so many ways.  I could take a major step in becoming a whole person, that would bring happiness,joy and passion to myself .  In addition, that would radiate out to all  in my family, friends, co workers, etc.  I could then have a live that is full of joy, passion, sharing and feeling of self satisfaction that would boster my self esteem and enable me to have options to share, explore, play, learn and embrace this life and world that we all share.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     



  32. Mike Armstrong on May 5, 2011 at 2:17 pm

    1. my mortgage
    2. I would be less stressed, and be able to spend better quality time with my family.



  33. Lisa on May 5, 2011 at 2:59 pm

    1. What is the biggest financial obstacle in your life right now?
    My biggest financial obstacle is debt–from credit cards to student loans to mortgages.
    2. How would your life be different if you overcame that obstacle?
    If I could eliminate the above debts, I would be able to do more of the things I enjoy doing and to save for retirement. Right now it seems that I work only to pay the bills. ūüôĀ



  34. Yonas on May 6, 2011 at 2:56 am

    1. when i get money i forget all the things i've been thinking of to get and spend the money on the things i was planning to get rid of
    2. i can enjoy only the things I contemplate about ………. no resentment………



  35. Pradeep on May 6, 2011 at 3:39 am

    1. My biggest financial obstacle is that my expanse is more than my income and it is known to me, so every time I am tense in managing extra fund.
    If I could fill the gap, I can focus on planning for future and concentrate in other works fully to make my life balance.



  36. odongo on May 6, 2011 at 7:29 am

    1;capital money to start a business  of my own and i dont know which one because everything i imagine has been tried by other people.
    2; I will share with people my experience so that we have a society people who only live on hand to mouth as i do now..



  37. mduduzi on May 7, 2011 at 6:13 am

    1. Being a fulltime tertiary student with 2 unemployed parents and 2 siblings, struggling for food and clothing and tuition fees.
    2.  I would be in a position to finance my education as well as the education of my siblings.  It would mean a decent home and regular meals for my family. 



  38. Patrick on May 7, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    1. Overcome the emotions of fear and desire to achieve financial freedom.
    2. I would have more control over my time and money.



  39. Sunnymay on May 8, 2011 at 3:08 pm

    1. Not moving away from what I've done in the past to reach for what I want and need to put in place now.  I've been wishing for a rescue rather than putting my thoughts on what I can add as resources to make my team of experts and mentors.  I certainly don't have all the answers, but I know myself and my history of procrastination.  So, here goes a new page in my life.
    2. A different life by overcoming my biggest financial obstacle, will be to get back on track to SMART gaoals.  Those are the ones that are Specific, Measurable, Attinable or at least Achievable, Realistic and Relevant and Timely which is my usual downfall.  As in real estate, location is everything so is timing.  I'm setting small goals to be on time 80% instead of being consistently late.  When you want something enough, it helps to contemplate ways and scenerios to get there, so I'm off and today my timing is great.



  40. mark on May 8, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    1. Having lost a wife to Cancer and losing a business,I have gotten trapped in the Mortgage downward spiral and can't sell my home. I want to get a new lease on life by overcoming the limitations of the past and developing a first class financial business that puts client satisfaction first. A want  to give back to my community and help others in need.                     2. My life would be different because I would be changing from the inside out,my focus ,my work, my relationships would all be changed because I would be changed in a positive way.                                                                                                                                                                      



  41. carl on May 9, 2011 at 4:17 am

    1. my developing debts and the mounting pressure to find a job i dont like instead of following my business plans
    2. freedom



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