About the Author
Clint Arthur is the author of The Income Doubler, What They Teach You At The Wharton Business School, and The Last Year Of Your Life. His educational background includes 2 years studying creative writing with Pulitzer Prize winner Frank McCourt, and a Bachelor of Science degree from the Wharton Business School. After graduating from The Wharton Business School with a 4.0 GPA in Entrepreneurial Management, Clint squandered this golden opportunity by following his dream of becoming a film-maker and movie star. After 10 years he was broke, deep in credit card debt, and driving a taxi to survive. Hitting rock bottom taught him about his own humanity, how to pick himself up by his bootstraps to re-build his life, and the crucial life lessons of humility and higher purpose. Clint credits much of his current success to self-help work that he began by investing his last $149 on Tony Robbins' Personal Power 2 tape set. "Six months later I could afford to attend his UPW fire-walk event." Clint's additional training includes The Sterling Men's Weekend, Life Transformation, The Forum, The Inner Child Workshop, Expert's Academy, and 9 years as a member and leader in MDI. Clint created The Income Doubler programs based on the Train Your Brain For Success teachings of Dr. Bob Irwin and his son Rob Irwin, PhD. It was after taking the Irwin's seminar that Clint first used these methods to double his own income in just the span of 180 days. Clint is "Very grateful that I was able to turn my life around. Today I live in a gorgeous house, have a fabulous marriage, travel the world, eat the best foods, and want for nothing." Other people who have done The Income Doubler program have also experienced profound results: recording albums of original music, starting new businesses, traveling the globe, worshipping at religious holy places, reconnecting with long-lost family members and loved ones, quitting smoking, and a myriad of other amazing life-experiences. Now Clint's mission is "to share the methods I used to create my great lifestyle, and to show people that anything is possible." He works with entrepreneurs, self-employed professionals, and major corporations such as Harrahs, MGM-Mirage, Four Seasons Hotels, & Starwood Resorts; has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and The Los Angeles Times, frequently appears as a guest on nationally syndicated radio and TV talk-shows, and has even been a judge on Iron Chef America.