Three lessons on how to become successful will be at the core of a free seminar being run in Whyalla by young entrepreneur John Richter-Nguyen.
John's start-up business, Critical Mass Enterprises, aims to help people reach a 'critical mass' in their life.
"Running a business is a bit like farming. You have to plant the seeds and then you have to nurture them for a long time - it takes a lot of investment and resources but eventually you will reap the harvest," he said.
"The point of critical mass is when your business is finally growing by itself you don't have to keep nurturing it. It can sustain life by itself."
The three secrets John will reveal in the seminar are:
How The Rich Think - You will learn how your paradigm is controlling your life and how to take back control and the philosophy of the rich and your secret advantage that you don't know you have, which puts you on the same level with millionaires and billionaires.
How To Multiply Your Money - You will learn the fundamental principles for investing; a guideline on how to multiple your money while you sleep! and the single, most lucrative, highest returning investment vehicle there is.
Understanding The Online Opportunity - You will learn The landscape of the online world and how you can build a solid business selling other people's products on AUTOPILOT with virtually no technical knowledge whatsoever!
To become a millionaire, you have to start thinking like one, and John says 80 per cent of the battle is what's going on between your ears.
"Everyone has the same potential, but as humans we are bonding creatures - we bond to things," he said.
"If you have no direction, no goal, no life purpose then you bond to whatever gives you a rush. Here in Whyalla there is a huge lack of direction with people...they don't know how to achieve what they want to achieve.
"I truly believe what we can do is positively impact the lives of a lot of people here."
John's free seminar will be held on Saturday, July 6 at the Whyalla Public Library, kicking off at 9:30am.
To reserve your seat for the seminar, head to http://to.criticalmassme.com/FreeSeminar.