Laurence Nkuna

I started working with Doron Geber in February 2013 through a project which was aimed at assisting disadvantaged African entrepreneurs in Johannesburg, South Africa. I always had questions as to what makes people wealthy while others remain poor. I grew up in poverty for most of my life. My mother was a domestic worker and my father was disabled and relied on a measly government grant to support six children. I was forced to drop out of university due to lack of finance. I got frustrated with the jobs that were only interested in me bringing in money for them with no potential for me to grow. I always had big dreams in life, the only problem was, I had no clue as to how I could make my dreams become a reality.

When I met Doron, I was selling chicken feet and ox liver on a street pavement in Soweto (a large township in Johannesburg) making R1500 a month (about USD 100). From there he coached and mentored me in his way. I stopped fighting poverty and started focusing on prosperity. Within three months my business was off the pavement and I was operating on a rented premises and had also introduced another branch in the form of a joint venture and we were then selling products which brought in good money. Our bottom line went from R1500 a month to R7000!!
Doron always told me that I was wealthy in my mind like most of the people I looked up to. I would laugh and tell him to open his eyes and see the suffering and extreme poverty that I was living. He told me that as long as I had great ambitions in life I can do anything. Not only did he teach me the accounting that I needed to run my business successfully, he also taught me how to use my mind to manifest because it is the most powerful tool that can take me to my next level. I mastered the skills he taught me and I was amazed at the changes that took place in my life.

Today I am one of three in a team operating a start-up food business with 3 million Rands (about USD 250,000) of capital. I am also an inspiration to my friends who have graduated out of university during my years of struggle.

I recommend to people who are sick and tired of the level which they are in and are ready for their next level, not hesitate to consult with Doron Geber. I sometimes call him the humble magician. He is gifted in what he does and can work with any person from any background.