A film about two regular guys on a journey to discover the secret to getting rich.
The film stars Doug Howorko and George Tsougrianis, two Canadian entrepreneurs who attempt to answer the question of how people get rich. During their journey Doug and George attend a conference in Las Vegas and enter the world of digital marketing talking to people who have chosen the digital lifestyle as their solution to creating a rich life.
This honest portrayal of real people trying to better their lives looks at the motivations along with the realities of what this journey means.
Some Important Words From The Creators
As you can see by the documentary we asked real questions about how real training can assist in creating a rich and full life.
This entire project was self funded with no sponsorship or advertising as we wanted to create an authentic presentation of our journey and the people we met.
After doing the research and asking some important questions which are featured in the film, we are convinced that Six Figure Mentors is a legitimate training organization that can help people develop online marketing skills that can be used to generate wealth and/or build a digital business. However, they do not do the work. They provide the tools , the training and the support for you to be successful.
If you appreciated our effort in creating this documentary and would like to learn more about developing your digital skills then consider our GETTING RICH – Learning Bundle.
During the film the guys discover some startling statistics that suggest by 2030 the advancements in technology could dramatically change the world economy.
Thomas Frey – Google’s Top Rated Futurist
When I brought up the idea of 2 billion jobs disappearing (roughly 50% of all the jobs on the planet) it wasn’t intended as a doom and gloom outlook. Rather, it was intended as a wakeup call, letting the world know how quickly things are about to change, and letting academia know that much of the battle ahead will be taking place at their doorstep.
The Future of Employment – Oxford University Publication
According to our estimates around 47 percent of total U.S. employment is in the high risk category. We refer to these as jobs at risk – i.e. jobs we expect could be automated relatively soon, perhaps over the next decade or two.
Our model predicts that most workers in transportation and logistics occupations, together with the bulk of office and administrative support workers, and labour in production occupations, are at risk.