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Atlas 400 Club

Post  Admin on Wed Nov 10, 2010 1:51 pm

Atlas 400 is an exclusive, private club of successful, like-minded individuals. Every few months, the club gathers in exciting and exotic locations– a world class fishing resort in Panama, the private Porsche racetrack in Germany, etc.

The point of these meetings is to get members out of their element and build long-lasting relationships with fellow members. When you think about it, taking people out of their busy lives for a few days and putting them in unique situations is the absolute best way to build really solid relationships.

In fact, I go to great lengths to attend these events, mostly because I get so much benefit from the club– both personally and professionally. I have met some very good friends through this club of extraordinarily talented, like-minded men and women, as well as minted some very lucrative business deals.

If you have the means, Atlas is definitely one of the best ways to network within an influential circle of people, as well as build great friendships with some absolutely solid human beings who see the world in the same way that you do.

And when I say ‘means,’ the club (a non-profit organization) requires a $25,000 initiation fee. If this is a stretch, don’t apply. If you can swing it, it may be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made.
I know it must be hard sometimes… I know you probably have to keep your mouth shut when some of your friends and neighbors back home start talking about their political and economic views.

It gets lonely… trust me, I’ve been there.

Atlas is a home for people like us– unique individuals who understand that there’s more to life than being plugged in to the system, and celebrate this independence with regular gatherings that are emblematic of the group’s creed.

For example, the luxurious Tropic Star Lodge in Panama has been rated as the top lodge in the world by some fishing expert that a bunch of rich people listen to… but I couldn’t care less about that. The lodge is totally remote. It’s literally cut out of the jungle with a surgeon’s precision, spitting distance from aboriginal Indian tribes.

At these meetings, I always plan on gripping hands with my friends and colleagues in the club, closing ourselves off from the distractions of the world for a few days, having an absolute blast, and seeing what deals come out of it.

If you’re interested in finding out more about our group, just complete the form below and we will immediately email you a link for a recorded teleconference call between me, my partner Matt Smith, and the Atlas 400 President Sean Goldsmith. The conference call should give you a great idea about what this club is all about and what sort of person is a good fit for the club.

Remember, completing the form below is simply a request for information. It does not grant you membership or commit you to joining. There is no obligation, and the recording that we send you is absolutely FREE.

If, after listening to the call, you find that you want in and can swing the $25,000 initiation fee, go to http://400.SovereignMan.com to apply.



Source: http://www.sovereignman.com/information-request/


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