I Am Releasing A New Book

NO, this is NOT an E-Book if that’s what you’re thinking.

In fact, I will be publishing a physical book with my co-authors and you can get them at your nearest bookstores soon.

This is what kept me pre-occupied for the past two months and now I’m happy that it is finally nearing publication as soon as the Editor finishes his editing.

The title? Secrets of Millionaire Students.

Secrets of Millionaire Students

I’ve had the great privilege to be able to work with Internet Marketers and Entrepreneurs from around the world, from different walks of life, and of different ages. And I look forward to see more young entrepreneurs participate in a highly productive environment and be part of it without age discrimination. (as I’m writing this, I remembered the times I couldn’t go into business or apply for a credit card because I wasn’t of legal age yet)

As a matter of fact, it’s already happening.

The Internet has produced many more millionaires today than any other time in history. And you can bet this is where the playing field is leveled even for teenagers and young adults. Just look at some top examples like Cameron Johnson and Ashley Qualls. Then, there are also rising stars like now 14 year-old Carl Ocab from the Philippines, Akshay Lakhiani, David Wilkinson, and more examples to name.

I’m not a millionaire yet, though I am already inching very close to hitting my first million ringgit milestone, and my next tentative target will be in US Dollars. Then in Euros. And then in Sterling Pounds… guess it won’t end. πŸ™‚

That being said, this book will be targeted at inspiring teenagers and young adults to exhibit their entrepreneurial spirit and take advantage of the best leverage we have access to today: the Internet.

I am co-authoring this physical book with two other Singaporean heavyweight entrepreneurs who are also the best people to write on the same subject: Dylan Loh, role model student and ClickBank Maestro and Stuart Tan who has plenty of speaking experience in motivating kids and empowering young adults.

The release date will be announced some time next month and the books will be readily available throughout Singapore and Malaysia almost concurrently.

Posted under: Internet Marketing

12 comments

  • joeychua on July 30, 2008 at 3:59 PM said:

    Hi Edmund,

    Dint hear from you for awhile, you have been achieving quite alot so far~
    For me, I just back from China and done my volunteer work to serve lots of children and hope to provide them quality education even they are poor. Next, I will need to start my project really soon as I already purchased your RRM package to help with the kick start~

    In someway, I would think your book will pin point how the younger generation & those who are not have advantage in life will be benefited from this book?
    So, Nice one with the publishing real book in real life! I would really hope to read this book!

    ~Joey Chua

  • Edmund Loh on July 30, 2008 at 8:24 PM said:

    Hey Joeyi,

    Yeah you did tell me that some months ago. Hope it went well? I also trust you can get a whole kick start from RRM (can see you’re an Enterprise member) πŸ™‚

    About the book: the teenager and young adult clientele are huge and actually, a big percentage of them I would consider to be fortunate i.e. from at least well to do families, have Internet access, etc. But the comfort zone discourages many to develop and exhibit their entrepreneurial spirit. As for those from less than well to do backgrounds, they may have to put in extra effort than those with better privileges — but it’s still all possible to succeed, and I’m a firm believer in that (because I saw it happen for myself).

    Talk soon and btw, update your blog on your China trip. πŸ™‚

  • Khai on August 1, 2008 at 9:41 PM said:

    Hey Edmund,

    Congratulations on releasing your very own physical book.

    One of these days, I gotta write my own physical book as well (maybe talk about creating products on the Internet) πŸ˜‰

    Most probably include something in the introduction like – “Got my Internet business jumpstarted by (not just someone… but…) the master of the PLR industry” πŸ˜€

  • J on August 1, 2008 at 10:24 PM said:

    Hmm might be targeting a wrong crowd, especially if ya talking about Singaporean students πŸ˜‰

    Not sure about Malaysian students…

  • J on August 1, 2008 at 10:27 PM said:

    BTW don’t you think it’ll be more encompassing if “teenagers” instead “students” is used in the title?

    Afterall… not all teenagers are students…

  • Edmund Loh on August 1, 2008 at 11:54 PM said:

    J,

    If you have the chance to see the emails I get, and keeping tabs with youth entrepreneurial movements you’ll definitely be convinced there is substantial interest, and we’re probably going to be the first to reach this group with a book. Yes, I agree with you that definitely not all teenagers are schooling. But anyone who has a keen interest on learning new things are students in the core, whether they’re in school or not. πŸ™‚

  • Stanley Tang on August 2, 2008 at 9:23 PM said:

    Wow Edmund!

    Really looking forward to it πŸ™‚ Hope it becomes a #1 best-seller.

    I’m coming out with a physical book as well this November. It’s called “eMillions: Behind-The-Scenes Stories of 14 Internet Millionaires”

    I’m actually documenting my progress over at http://www.emillionsblog.com

    Stanley Tang

  • Edmund Loh on August 2, 2008 at 10:43 PM said:

    Hey Stanley,

    I saw your thread in the Warrior’s Forum as well so I’ve been in the loop. Darn, if I knew you were 15 I would’ve contacted you earlier for an interview to include in Secrets of Millionaire Students. πŸ˜‰

    Good luck to yours as well – hope it gets best seller status too.

  • Jose on August 15, 2008 at 10:45 AM said:

    Wow Edmund!

    Your own book huh. That is amazing!

    That will probably get you closer to that MILLION.
    Good luck with your book!

    -Jose.

  • Edmund Loh on August 16, 2008 at 6:26 AM said:

    Thanks Tiger. πŸ˜‰ I don’t plan to include anything made from the book, or seminars for that matter, into the million dollar figure-mark (so that’s going to require a different sheet of paper for accounting).

    A lot of speakers (that I know of but names withheld) have had no successful background and credentials prior to starting their seminar gigs. So you can imagine most of them actually made their millions from the seminar business alone, but don’t practice what they preach. That’s why I hope not to be tarred by the same brush.