This is a special invite to join me in Europe this summer… the invite is from my friend, Simon Black. Each year I join Simon in Lithuania to teach 50 ambitious winners how to dominate the world. The catch? You have to be under 30 and you have to pay your way to get there. But otherwise, the camp is free. If you are an ambitious, young, winner (male or female), you can apply for free below.
Here’s Simon’s invite…
Hi, My name is Simon Black, and I’m looking for motivated, ambitious, talented people who know deep down that they can do amazing things in this world if they have the right mentorship.
If that sounds like you, you need to know about our annual Liberty and Entrepreneurship camps.
Each summer we gather top business and financial mentors, along with a hand-picked group of talented individuals who aspire to change the world, for five life-changing days at a lovely lakeside resort in Europe.
Our instructors are like-minded, seasoned entrepreneurs who share the most valuable lessons they’ve learned in becoming truly free, and successful.
This isn’t business school theory, or financial lessons that only work inside a textbook. We talk about how it really works in life, and in business.
Many of our students have gone on to start successful businesses based on the inspiration, actionable lessons, and practical advice they took away from the camp.
But it’s not just about business. We’ve had artists and activists. Investors and engineers. Doctors. Dentists. Attorneys. Teachers. And unemployed dreamers.
It’s a hell of a group.
In fact, in addition to the incredible mentors, each summer we have students representing dozens of countries– places like Mongolia, Zimbabwe, Bulgaria, Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, and Japan.
It’s a chance to build an incredible network with like-minded people from all over the world. Many of our alumni have even gone on to become business partners.
Our Liberty and Entrepreneurship is a non-profit program. I sponsor the entire event through our foundation, Sovereign Academy.
We cover all the costs for our students while they at the camp, including food, accommodation (it’s a wonderful resort), and transport around Lithuania.
The only financial cost to the students is their flights to/from Lithuania.
I say ‘financial cost’ because the greater cost I expect from students is their commitment to follow through.
Make no mistake, this is an investment. I do this to invest in people. And I choose carefully because I don’t want to waste that investment on someone that isn’t going to build on what they learn.
Here’s the bottom line: we can only accept 50 people. And each year we receive so many applications that our Liberty & Entrepreneurship Camp is starting to rival Harvard in its acceptance rate.
We require each applicant to submit a video. Just like life and business, there are no instructions.
All I can tell you is that I watch every application video personally. It’s one of the most important things I do each year.
You can read more about the camp and application process by clicking here.
Don’t delay. The application deadline is March 31st.
See you in Europe,