If we want to compare the art of self-development to sciences, we have to think of it as something akin to physics, and not of mathematics – or even logic. In mathematics and in logic we deduce the truths of the discipline from several self-evident axioms or premises, and we do not need to consult the empirical world to test the truth value of our statements. We do not have to go out to the world and measure whether Socrates is mortal or not after the classic argument of “All men are mortal,” and “Socrates is a man” therefore “Socrates is mortal.” We see it logically by the truth of the premises. On the other hand, when we are seeking the truth in the discipline of physics, we must go out to the world, observe, measure, note and do it over and over again until we arrive to a level of certainty.
This is how the art of self-development works if we want to pursue it the furthest. We cannot deduce it from axioms but we have to go out and look at how people who achieved the highest successes and achievements have lived their lives, we have to make notes and summarize our findings. And this is exactly the principle of the Ancient Secrets Of Kings guide by Winter Vee and Alvin Huang, who studied the lives of Egyptian Chinese and Israeli great leaders to find their key to success.
Pillars of Greatness
Most of the ancient world worked quite differently than the political climate of our current society. Political relationships and loyalties were more personal. A lot of times leaders were not chosen though election but people sought their counsel voluntarily, to ask these great men to help in arbitrating their disputes or in offering them advice. For the most parts, they were not rulers but leaders, and they achieved this position of theirs through the greatness, the virtue and the integrity of their character.
The guide of Winter Vee and Alvin Huang presents us how these great men achieved their reputation which echoes to this very day. The Ancient Secrets of Kings examines the lives of Khufu, who was an Egyptian Pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty, of Qin Shi Huang, a Chinese Emperor and of King Solomon of Israel. They present the key to success and to wealth they found in the lives and character of these people for us all to see and follow to achieve our greatest potential as human beings.
The book by Winter And Alvin consists of three pillars, each representing an ancient leader. The first is the China Pillar, talking about the character of the great Emperor Qin Shi Huang. This part of the book teaches mental discipline. It will show you techniques on how to beat procastrination and increase your productivity to enormous levels, how to clear your minds from distracting thoughts, doubts, fears, negative emotions and self attacks, and how to successfully achieve the goals you schedule for yourself.
The second pillar is the Egypt Pillar, talking about the deeds of Pharaoh Khufu. This part of the book will teach you everything you need to know about financial success. You will learn how to increase your income and create streams of passive incomes. You will also learn how to seek and find ways to improve your financial status, and everywhere you look, you will see newfound and unexplored busness opportunities waiting for you to make a killing. Debt will become a non-issue for that this pillar will teach you how to escape its shackles forever. Regardless of your education, you will be able to achieve outstanding professional success.
The third pillar is the Israel Pillar of King Solomon. This pillar will help you avoid the fate of those millions who have achieved amazing financial success yet live a personal life of misery, pain and sorrow. The character of King Solomon will teach you how to bring tranquility and calmness to your relationships with your friends, colleagues and your beloved family.
The Emperor of Happiness
The methodology of the Ancient Secrets of Kings has never been tried before in the fields of personal development, yet if you think about it, it is so obviously the right way to become a better person. Furthermore, the testimony of thousands and thousands of people prove its effectiveness.
The Ancient Secrets of Kings was not meant to teach you how to become a king or an emperor nor is it meant to teach you how to become the stellar leader of a community or a business. Though you can certainly find practical advices pertaining to those topics, first and foremost, it is meant to give you the liberty of a king in your financial and personal life. If you follow the advice of this book, you will be able to become a man worthy of respect, a man of outstanding professional achievements, and a man who is the omnipotent ruler of his own fate and his own life.
It teaches you how to exercise power on a very personal level, and control what happens to you instead of allowing yourself to become the victim of outside forces. You will learn from the Emperor of China how to organize your life and achieve the goals you set out for yourself, you will learn from an Egyptian leader the eye to always see new opportunities in the business life, and you will learn from the King of Israel how to achieve a stable and peaceful, predictable personal and financial life.
With the teachings of these great leaders you will be able to become the great leader of your own destiny.
For $47 you will be able to access the most cutting edge personal development program and guide in existence. Indeed, the methodology of Ancient Secrets of Kings has never ever been tried before, and it is the only way to pursue self-growth by learning from the character of those who actually achieved the peak of personal and financial success and have become the most outstanding, revered and respected member of their own tribe.
It is tailored for many people for that the well of wisdom these historical great men provide pertain to many aspects of our lives. Whether the readers seeks only business opportunities and financial success, or merely success in his personal life with family or friends, he will find an abundance of amazing advice in this guide. He will see that the wisdom of these great leaders is so vast it echoes through space and time, reaches from the past into our present and teaches us the most valuable knowledge regarding our own selves.