opened your weekend papers its common to see advertisement on free
forex seminars, promising a million things. Its quite the same here in
Singapore and Malaysia. To be honest I’ve registered for some but still
was skeptical of attending one. I was coming to KL this weekend for
my niece one year old birthday. Yesterday before I left Singapore I
received yet another email about Forex this time one of the seminar
was being in a hotel near Sunway (where i live). The 5hour bus journey
got me really tired and was lazy to attend.. but with bold determination
to change my life I took a cab to the Seminar.
Upon arrival I was greeted by 2 obvious Singaporeans. Despite my reservation
lots of people took their saturday afternoon and arrived sleepy just like me.
I was surprised to see people from all walks of life. Indian auntys, retired chinese
uncles and some young adults too. I can help to witness the light of skeptism
shining of them all, including me. The seminar was started loudly by Indian
guy whom did not bother to introduce himself, cuz he was going to introduce
Choo Koon lip who was the speaker for the evening.
A petite even more obvious singaporean took the centre stage and got into
the business immediately. He went to clearly all his powerpoint presentation.
I did a learn a thing or two. now Finally after many years I know whats a PIPs
is.. While he was uttering away all the jargons and flashing sildes on the screen
I couldn;t help but to admire his Passion for what he was doing? The emotional
care side of him clearly come through towards the end of the seminar.
I carefully walked towards to one of the tutors and mentioned I lived in Singapore
hence to get someone to call me for the future seminar, which she gladly obliged.
I’m not really sure whether I’m going to attend the 2days seminar which going to
close to my one month sallary but I took some brochures.. While I was reading
something struck my attention.. I’ve copied it below :-
If you fall into either of the below categories :-
– totally computer llliterate
– one who doesn’t want to put in effort
– someone who’s hopping that money will fall from the sky <<
– someone who thinks that Forex trading is a quick-get-rich scheme
you are not advised to join this workshop.
Thank god I don’t fall in any of category, only jobless soon.. hahahah
I’m going to do a bit more research.. and will share my findings here.