Interesting article in yesterday's SMH about Neil Jenman and his past. I actually didn't know the following: "In 1993, Neil Jenman set himself a challenge. The real estate consumer advocate wanted to see if he could make $1 million in one week. So he organised a five-day real estate training seminar at Sanctuary Cove, charging $10,000 a head, and sold 118 tickets" Wow! Wouldn't have been one of the cheaper courses around at the time Guess I was lucky, then, to pick up all the audios from this course at my local library sale a few yrs ago for $1 The article goes on to discuss his epiphany from the realisation of the making of excess money and how he was inspired by the writings of the doctrine of Enough, a theory developed by the British management theorist Charles Handy on how making more and more money is not the key to personal fulfilment.