Michael on July 25th, 2007
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You: Hey, I went to register for your free seminar at the ING DIRECT cafe on Monday night July 30, 2007 and it’s full? What’s the deal?

Registrations went quickly. So fast, in fact, that we reached capacity of the cafe – about 100. (Looks like some people are already taking advantage of one of the Top 10 Saving Strategies, number 4: Enjoy Free Stuff.)

You: So I snoozed, I lost, is basically what you are saying?

Nope, not this time. There’s some good news here. We’ve added a second seminar, a night later. Here are the details:

Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck
Feel like the only way you’ll ever be able to save is to make more money? Hate budgets? Concerned about feeling or even appearing cheap? You’re not alone. This seminar will teach you how to save on your current income—without budgeting. But fair warning: you’ll probably be thinking more and spending less after you leave. Join author Michael Rubin (and receive a free copy of his book) at our Chicago Café on July 30th as he discusses how to live beyond paycheck to paycheck.

Please Note: The Monday, July 30 seminar is full. If you have received a confirmation email, your seat has been reserved. Due to the large response, we have added an additional seminar date below.


Date: Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Time: 6:00:00 PM
Location: ING DIRECT Café – Chicago
21 East Chestnut Street, Chicago, IL 60611

These seminars are open to everyone – so, bring a friend. We’ll provide light refreshments; all you need to bring are the questions. See you there.

To register, all you need to do is click here.

Gary: Wait – the seminar and the book are free? You’re nuts!

Let’s just say there a few of us out there using a different business model than the one you use, Gary.

You: This does almost sound too good to be true.

Good – healthy skepticism never hurt anybody. But you’ve got nothing to worry about here. This is an educational event. That’s it. Just come and learn how to save – more. Much more. And enjoy a lifetime of living Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck.

By the way, if you’re coming Monday night or Tuesday night, please comment below. Tell me what you’re most looking forward to or hoping to learn! If you can’t come but know someone in Chicago who should, please let them know! They’ll thank you later.

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