“He who goes with the wise becomes wiser but by association with fools one becomes worse” King Solomon, Proverbs13:20
There was seemingly a sales frenzy today when ‘The Seminar’ book became a bestseller on amazon.com in the Business Enterprise category. The last time I checked it was rated 32nd, passing several of my mentors, Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki. I noticed a quote from another one of my many mentors, Robert Shemin, quoting yet another mentor, Confucius, “It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.”
I acknowledge that I have been blessed with many mentors in ‘The Seminar’. There were just far too many to acknowledge. I have actually grown close to many as well.
I hope to someday write a book that can fill with their names. One that I do mention in ‘The Seminar’, is my Father, of blessed memory, Max Bryer. Being very philosophically minded, he used to tell me, “It is better to have one friend than to have ten enemies.” That may sound like a no-brainer but it has a deeper meaning. One true friend is priceless and somehow I have been blessed with several in my lifetime.
The people I have met and got to work with during the eight years of writing ‘The Seminar’, have brought me joy beyond logic and understanding, beauty beyond belief. The value that they have added to this book, is in reality, priceless. All I can think of writing now, at the end of this historical day in my life, is to say from the bottom of my heart, Thank All of You.
I will see you on the ‘Passageways to Riches’, sincerely, Reuven Bryer