Category Archive: The Intrepid Way Series

Articles relating to The Intrepid Way Series

Apr 22

The Intrepid Way Philosophy in the Federal Bureau of Prisons System

In the Spring of 2006, Matthew Chan was invited to deliver a very special, hard-hitting, no-bull, powerful 2-day seminar to the Coleman Federal Correctional (Low) facilities in Coleman, Florida. This hard-hitting 2-day seminar (using Rated-R language) was intended to deliver income creation principles and paradigm shifts within a short amount of time to a very …

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Apr 22

Advanced Reader Comments: The Intrepid Way

Read the Advanced Reader Comments of The Intrepid Way before it was published. ===== Knowing and working with Matthew has been a true inspiration that has changed my life. He has been the fuel that has sustained my entrepreneurial flame for the last few years now. He opened up my mind to The Intrepid Way …

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Apr 22

Dr. Van K. Tharp Reader Testimonial: The Intrepid Way

Read Dr. Van K. Tharp’s (of the Van Tharp Institute) reader testimonial of The Intrepid Way. ===== If you want to be personally and financially free, “The Intrepid Way” is the book to read. Matthew Chan shows you exactly what he did in his exciting journey toward financial freedom. You’ll learn about multiple streams of …

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Apr 22

Independent Professional Reviewers (Tucker): The Intrepid Way

Read the review by Independent Professional Reviewers (Tucker) of The Intrepid Way. ===== As a person with an entrepreneurial spirit and, sometimes, unconventional wisdom, I was not disappointed in reading The Intrepid Way by Matthew S. Chan. In reading the book I used my yellow highlighter to mark important passages; however, I soon realized that …

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Apr 22

Independent Professional Reviewers (Bixler): The Intrepid Way

Read the review by Independent Book Reviewers (Bixler) of The Intrepid Way. ===== This may be the best self-help book that you ever read!  Unfortunately, for me, it came into my hands much too late, for I’ve already finished a life-long career.  Still, as I read the book, I found myself getting enthused and even …

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Apr 22

About.com’s Book Review: The Intrepid Way

Read the review by About.com of The Intrepid Way. (4 out of 5 stars) ===== In “The Intrepid Way”, author Matthew Chan bypasses the motivational cheerleading of many other multiple income stream books and delivers a practical step-by-step method to create personal financial freedom and time freedom through the creation of passive income streams. His …

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Apr 22

Kirkus Reviews: The Intrepid Way

Read the review by Kirkus Reviews’ of The Intrepid Way. ===== An entrepreneur shares his formula for success. Chan (TurnKey Investing with Lease-Options, 2004, etc.), once an in-demand technology consultant, found his career path too limiting–like most professionals, his income was dependent upon how long and how hard he worked. He could charge higher consulting …

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Apr 22

ForeWord Reviews: The Intrepid Way

Read the review by ForeWord Reviews’ of The Intrepid Way. (4 out of 5 stars)   For middle-class white-collar workers it’s almost required to dislike one’s job. The daily grind seems boring and spirit-crushing. It offers no mental stimulation or fulfillment and it takes time away from family friends and hobbies. A person stuck in …

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Apr 22

Customer & Reader Testimonials: The Intrepid Way

Various Customer & Reader Testimonials of The Intrepid Way. ====== The Intrepid Way goes all the way! If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, want to find a way to manage your life and find your own personal freedom, then this is the book for you! Matthew Chan does an outstanding job of explaining just what …

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Apr 21

The Intrepid Way: How to Create the Freedom You Need to Live the Life You Want!

“IMAGINE CREATING A LIFESTYLE OF PERSONAL FREEDOM WITHIN 5 YEARS!” Feeling exhausted at the end of every workweek? Do you feel that you can never stop working? Do you find that you have little time and energy for the important things you want to do in life? If you answered YES to any of these …

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