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The Treasure Map coming in September
If you enjoyed film like The Secret, The Opus or The Gratitude Experiment you are in for a treat. Douglas Vermeeren, the Creator of The Opus and Gratitude Experiment is about to release his latest film The Treasure Map. This film, featuring experts from The Secret and other well-known personal development thought leaders will tackle the question of wealth and abundance. While the film will have some important law of attraction lessons on the concept of abundance this film promises to deliver many practical strategies on how to actually make money. “Wealth and Abundance begins with mindset yet requires correct strategy and activities to generate results,” Says Vermeeren the films creator, “And this film is calculated to share those strategies that only the wealthy know and understand.” Raymond Aaron, one of the films leading stars explained, “The rich do what’s often difficult so they can live easy. But the poor and broke do what’s easy and as a result their lives are hard.”
Randy Gage, also a star of the film answered the question of who this film is built for and who can expect results from it. “Anybody can create prosperity and theres never been a better opportunity than right now.” “Now is the time and this is vehicle,” Confirmed the world’s greatest hypnotist Marshall Sylver who rounds out the cast.
Some of the other notable members include experts who have made their fortune in real estate, investing, business and even capitalizing on their own intellectual property.
This film stars such notable experts as Dr. John Demartini, Loral Langemeier, Raymond Aaron, Marshall Sylver, Randy Gage, Stefan Aarnio, Darren Jacklin and Douglas Vermeeren. You can find out more by going to http://www.TheTreasureMapMovie.com
The Official release date of the film is September 28, 2015. The film will screen in select cities from that date forward. to find out how you can see this fortune changing film go to the official website.
Check out these preview clips on the film:
John Demartini https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqmiHpBCTeM
Raymond Aaron https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNaIP42fdO8
Marshall Sylver https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u96yTsh9UBo