The “Secret”About National Achievers Congress (NAC)

by Patrick Liew on June 9, 2014

The NAC is like a CHARITY.

All the money that we collect from ticket sales CANNOT cover the cost of organising the event.

We have poured millions to pay for speakers’ fees, advertisement and promotion, convention facilities, administration and operational requirements, salaries and commissions, office rentals, and other expenses.

We started NAC because we wanted  to touch lives, bless families, enhance communities, and improve society.

By inviting world-class gurus to transfer their expertise to participants, we know that quality and standards of living will improve.

Over the years, we have seen many of our committed and disciplined participants becoming successful, achieving financial freedom, and doing well in life.

Since 1992, all items of expenses have gone up.

On the other hand, we have continued to price the NAC cheap and it’s actually getting cheaper so that it is affordable to ordinary persons on the street.

On top of that, we also offer free or low-investment “scholarships” to students and poor and needy people.

We do not publicize names of the receipients and it  has no strings attached. We just want to do our part to help them on their journey in life.

I hate to say it but some of them have thrown unnecessary mud at us. They have groused, grumbled, and griped for more and more entitlements even though we have sponsored or subsidized their education.

That’s why there’s only one company that is “crazy” enough or rather, passionate enough about pursuing a worthwhile dream like the NAC.

The fees for the attending the NAC and to learn from first-class speakers such as President Bill Clinton, Prime Minister Tony Blair, Anthony Robbins, Robert Kiyosaki, Donald Trump, Richard Branson, Tom Hopkins etc. should be…

… at least US$1000 per head. That’s the normal commercial rate.

At the end of every year, we ask ourselves, “Should we do it again?”

What kept us going with or without appreciation is our dream to make the world a better home.

We survive by helping our speakers sell their continuing educational products and services and getting a commission for doing it.

To do so, speakers know that they have to deliver values before they can market their back-end services.

For a “charity” and a lowly-priced event, we try to run the NAC in a way that can help participants to learn, have fun,  and enjoy a great time.

It’s hard to satisfy all the participants’ requirements.

For example, we cannot be sure when the speakers will be speaking. There are good reasons for not revealing the schedule and not being totally certain of the timing.

We thank all our participants for your kind understanding and for your patience.

We want to also show our appreciation to participants who have bought products and services at the NAC.

Ultimately, you are the ones that are keeping the NAC “Charity” alive for many students and poor and needy people.

We look forward to more and more people wanting to embark on a lifelong learning journey and to learn from gurus in both our country and outside our country.

Thank you once again.


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