Duluth, GA (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
Matt Bacak is getting his return to the Internet marketing speaking circuit off with a bang with an appearance at the upcoming Chris Howard Wealth DNA event in Singapore. Slated for March 23 and 24, 2013, this engagement marks Bacak’s first time back to Singapore in five years. His talk at the event will revolve around leveraging the Internet to amass enough income to escape the 9-to-5 blues.
It is the dream of almost every working stiff to leave the drudgery of the 9-to-5 world behind. But with the U.S. unemployment rate currently hovering at 7.9% and workers in the Eurozone countries facing an even more worrisome 11.9% jobless rate, walking away from a paycheck can be a scary proposition.
Further complicating matters, as the Associated Press reported last month, “It’s a frustrating catch for those out of work in an era of high unemployment: looking for a job, only to find that some employers don’t want anyone who doesn't already have one.” Factor in this new normal for the unemployed of needing a job to find another one and the notion of taking one’s job and shoving it becomes downright terrifying.
Matt Bacak hopes to help those trapped in job dissatisfaction out of their Catch-22 predicament when he takes his Internet marketing show back on the road to Singapore. While there, he’ll be taking part in Chris Howard’s Wealth DNA event. An internationally acclaimed wealth and lifestyle strategist, Howard has helped hundreds of thousands of individuals create the wealth and engineer the lifestyle they truly desire.
The theme of the event is the “New Rich” and its aim is to help attendees escape their 9-to-5 lives so they can live anywhere in the world and still make loads of money. That’s where Bacak’s Internet marketing success comes into play. Bacak’s own success story took him from bankruptcy to millionaire before the age of 30, and he amassed that income via Internet marketing from his tiny one-bedroom apartment.
The Wealth DNA event will fittingly take place in Singapore, a nation that CNBC has called a “wealthy Southeast Asia city-state.” Bacak is excited about returning to Singapore after a five year absence for both professional and personal reasons.
“I’ve always loved it in Singapore. I think the last time I was there was when I put on an event with my buddy, Jo Han Mok,” Bacak explains. “That time, over 1500 people showed up to hear us talk. I’m looking forward to an even bigger reception this time around.”
The speaking engagement will be a homecoming of sorts for Bacak’s family as well. “My 6-year-old daughter was there two times before she was a year old, and my wife and I found out she was pregnant with my son another time there. Singapore harbors a lot of great memories...and I’m just really excited to be back.”
To learn more about the event that will take Matt Bacak back to Singapore for the first time in five years, visit Wealth DNA online at http://www.chrishowardevent.com. To book Matt to speak at your next event, simply contact http://gailkingsbury.com/contact.