John Chow presents the Supercharge Summit in Las Vegas


As usual, if you have any questions of need clarification, please feel free to contact me.

BRAD “MagicBrad” GUDIM




#SomethingBIGisComing – Affiliate Marketing gets a FACEbook Lyft in the Travel Industry

This will be refreshing to see.
Finally, someone that wants to help others, and will actually help others. (It’s often BS talk)
It usually goes the other way, where “leaders” have had success with a specific program or company, and then “share their secret” for a fee.
I’ve always been puzzled as to why someone would “teach others for a fee” rather than just continue to earn from the business or company they are already representing. ESPECIALLY when there are multiple tiers/levels, like in Multi-Level Marketing, where the leader earns residuals from the results of their “downline”.
In the MLMs I’ve tried (I’ve only tried a few), I recall, the excitement and passion that my sponsors had BEFORE I signed on. They were all passionate and excited to help me succeed. They told me… “You are in business for yourself, but not by yourself.” over and over. Then AFTER I signed, they seemed to fade away. This was not totally the fault of the disingenuous Upline Leaders, but also the fault of the BROKEN Network Marketing Industry Model (IMO).
The problem with the “Old Model” Network Marketing methods is they are “linear”, and can not be built using the internet, because the internet is not linear. The internet grows OMNI-directional.
The internet grows FAST. It spreads so fast and rapidly, that we can not keep up and we lose our authentic connection with our affiliates. (There is a better way, and I am developing it.)
Why not simply help your downline affiliate succeed, and be content with the residual commissions from your downline affiliates success??
The online coaching and affiliate world has been tarnished and contaminated by those “Bait and Switch” type tactics.
Let’s put an end to the greed and gluttony.
When someone joins my team, I help them succeed for FREE and am grateful for the residuals that RESULT from their $UCCE$$.
As always, if you need clarification or have questions, please contact me.
Event-fully Yours,
BRAD “MagicBrad” GUDIM

Power of Intention and Insight with Gleb Tsipursky on SynergyCafe #MagicBrad

GUEST: Gleb Tsipursky


HOST: Brad Gudim #MagicBrad

Yoga Poses and Studio Ownership: The 3-Step Foundation

So… you are considering opening a Yoga Studio…



Where do you want your studio?

You might think that a busy retail space is ideal. This may help with drive by traffic, but do you actually NEED drive by and walk by traffic? A busy traffic location will COST MORE. Another thought you might consider is an IDEAL area with a “ready to tap” community of like-minded people. These days with Social Media Advertising, it is much eaisier to find other Yoga and Fitness Enthusients.


Minneapolis has a lot of unique unusual old warehouses spaces. These spaces would be much more afforable than a space on a busy high traffic area like Uptown Minneapolis. Also, on a side-note, I know a guy in Costa Rica that has a development and is wanting to add a Wellness Center to the complex. (Might be a great opportunity calling you) 



The big question of WHY are you opening a Yoga Studio?

Why are you wanting to open a Yoga Studio. Is it the money? Is it the lifestyle? Is it making a change in the world? Is it helping other people? Before you move forward, get REALLY CLEAR on your “WHY”. 



Not just ecologically, but also the FINANCE of running the business and making is profitable. Are going to earn enough money to pay yourself well, and also pay your teachers and trainers well? Will you be doing Retreats and other events to increase your income. Will you be able to pay the rent and keep the lights and heat on?


PS: My friend Nick has a development in Costa Rica and wants to add a Wellness Center to his complex. Costa Rica is a very energy sustainable country. (and has no army) Kinda cool.




Do you want to LQQK into this further?

Let’s Connect!

BRAD ‘MagicBrad’ GUDIM


Kristine Madera – Heart Wholeness

Kristine Madera – CCHT (Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist)

CLICK HERE to learn about “The 40 Day Adventure of YES”

Week One of a four week course Heart 101: Living in Wholeness. This week learn why the mind views the world as a dual system based on whether things are encoded as safe or unsafe, and why the heart views itself, you and the world as whole. Learn the basic heart breath, the primary practice for the series. Sign up for the whole series at:

Week Two of the Heart 101: Living in Wholeness series. This week experience how to tell when you are in alignment with your heart and wholeness and when you are out of alignment–and what to do to get back into alignment. Receive the entire free four week email series at

Week Three of Heart 101: Living in Wholeness. This week learn experience how you can heal the wounds of the low heart in order to create more spaciousness and freedom in your whole heart. Receive the entire four week email course (for free) at

Week Four of the free e-course Heart 101: Living in Wholeness. This week experience what it is like to live from your heart’s desire–which is to be fully present with whatever is happening in the moment, even if that moment is really challenging. The key is to embrace that moment from wholeness rather than reacting to it out of the conditioning of the mind. To receive the whole course, including the audio and pdf downloads, see

Martha Hansen – How do I change? How? How? How?


This is a really common question to have once you start becoming aware of your limiting beliefs and patterns. It is also another place to get stuck on the path to freedom. We can get so focused on asking “how?” that we essentially move nowhere. It often seems like there has to be a “right” answer…and no matter how hard we try, it seems like we don’t know it…

But maybe we do know how…and maybe the answer is a lot smaller then we like to think it is…

Philomena Aceto – Female Depression – Womens Health

Women’s wellness is jeopardized by the massive amount of female depression. Female speaker Philomena Aceto touches on topics of depression, domestic violence and abuse.

Contact Philomena Aceto to speak at your next women’s event.

Philomena Aceto