Alaric Moses Ong

Entrepreneur

First business: Healthy Food Delivery Business

He started his first business when he was 19 years old. It was a healthy food delivery business where he managed to collaborate with DBS bank (the largest bank in Singapore) and they sent an email to 10,300 of their employees to help him to advertise his healthy food delivery business. He also got a dietitian from the Health Promotion Board (HPB) to endorse his food.

Second business: Leading a sales team

His second business was joining an entrepreneurship platform, where he built a team of 140 salespeople in 10 months. He led his team to sell everything from tailor-made shirts, to cordyceps, personal development courses, health products, maids, and even electricity.

Third business: Sales and Marketing agency 

After which, he ran a sales and marketing agency to help businesses to find ways to increase their sales. Clients are from a range of industries: Hotels, Wellness, Beauty, Financial products, Network marketing and others.

Fourth business: Ecommerce business selling cosmetics. 

His fourth business was a 6 Figure Ecommerce business, selling cosmetics.

Fifth business: Coaching and Seminar business

Right now, he runs a Coaching and Seminar Business where he has built the largest Facebook Marketing community in Singapore with more than 1400 paid students. Starting this business without any capital, he grew it to over $1 million in sales in the first 18 months.


Speaker

Alaric Ong with the World's number 1 wealth coach
Sharing the stage with JT Foxx in front of 3500 people at
National Achiever's Congress 2016

Alaric's vision is to create "A World Where Everyone Wins"
His mission is, “To empower people to become the best versions of themselves” 

This is why he constantly puts out content and conducts seminars to share his knowledge and add value to as many people as possible. 

Hire me to speak
You can reach me via email at alaric@theapollomethod.com
Collaborations and Interviews are also welcome!

"Alaric, great to see all the success you are having in Singapore... Electrify the world bro, I'm watching you" - Grant Cardone 

Lifelong Learner

Alaric's journey in personal development started when he was 9. In primary school, he started reading books like "Rich Dad Poor Dad", about the subconscious mind, business, spirituality, philosophy etc. In his teens, he started looking for mentors from seminars to guide him in his journey in entrepreneurship. To date, he has spent over SGD $90,000+ on attending seminars, coaching and masterminds to gain more knowledge.


23-year-old entrepreneur Alaric Ong harnessed the power of digital marketing and advertising techniques to reach the top
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RFDTV - Alaric Ong interviews the world's most successful entrepreneurs like Marcos Moura, JT Foxx, Grant Cardone, George Ross, Heartlyn Rae (5.7 Million on TikTok) & many other 6-, 7-, 8- & 9-figure entrepreneurs
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Interviewed Top Entrepreneurs Like

✅ Loren Ridinger: Co-founder of billion dollar company: SHOP.COM and Market America. 

✅ Marcos Moura: $120MM/year business: Amada Inc (Entrepreneur 500 and Inc 5000 company. 2 Comma Club C award)

✅ George Ross: Donald Trump’s former right hand man for 47 years

✅ Heartlyn Rae (@heartlynrae): 5.7 million followers on TikTok

✅ Grant Cardone: Real Estate Tycoon, International Speaker, $300 Million Net Worth

✅ JT Foxx: $100 million business mentor, owner of 57 companies and brands 

Hofit Golan: Fashion and Travel influencer with 2.9 million verified followers on Instagram

✅ Spectacular Smith: Celebrity with 1.2 million verified followers on Instagram, Mastermind of Grumpy Cat (Worth $100 million)

✅ Myron Golden: Made $3.8 million in 27 minutes by selling from stage

✅ Cayden Chang: Speaker, Entrepreneur, Value Investor

✅ Dave Seymour: Private Equity Fund manager

✅ Magdalèna Kalley: Top Female Hypnotist in America

✅ Dr Patrick Liew: Real Estate investor, Public listed 3 companies in 3 different stock exchanges (NYSE, ASX, SGX)

✅ Joshua B. Lee: Managed $500 million in Advertising spend and 35 trillion online impressions

 Winston Yap: Did 9 figures in sales in Jeunesse

✅ Jet Toh: Made 9 figures in sales in network marketing

✅ Kevin Chiak: Founder of Fitness Movement

✅ Jim Jordan: Celebrity Photographer to Gigi Hadid & Taylor Hill (Victoria’s Secret Angel)

✅ Jeff Brewer: Multi 7 figure launch expert

✅ Tony Whatley: Side Hustle Millionaire

✅ Anthony Ortiz: CEO of Smart Plate 

✅ Sean Seah: Value Investing Multi-Millionaire

✅ Joshua Jayaweera (@jayjaylive): 600k followers on Instagram and 50MM views on YouTube 

✅ Michelle Cunningham: Made 7 figures through videos. 

✅ Aengus James: Award Winning Producer of Undercover Billionaire. 

✅ Andrew Tan: 7 Figure E-commerce Expert

✅ Rob Moore: AUM 850 units of property. 9 figures in revenue for training business. Interviewed 15 billionaires on his podcast

✅ Katie Kay: Self-made millionaire by 23. Built and sold 12 businesses

✅ Richard Tan: Founder of Success Resources ($100MM/year company)

✅ Tessabella Jelten: $33 million in Personal Residential Real Estate Sales in 2018 

✅ Eileen Wilder: High Ticket Sales Queen


And many other 6,7,8 & 9 Figure Entrepreneurs


Search YouTube for “Alaric Ong and (their name)” in order to watch all these interviews for free!


Business Networks

"The richest people in the world look for and build networks. Everyone else looks for work." - Robert Kiyosaki

Loren Ridinger

Co-Founder of Billion Dollar Companies: SHOP.COM and MARKET AMERICA

"You are interviewing really cool people everywhere! Most people won't do what you are doing. Look at you, you are changing your life! You are doing cool things, you are impacting other people. You are doing all these incredible shows! I looked at some of your shows, they are incredible! I am proud of you." 

"You can call me for anything now, and I can call you for anything now! I will text you my cellphone number after this... You are young and vivacious... Yes, of course I will be more than happy to mentor you!"

George Ross

Former Right hand man of Donald Trump for 47 years and JT Foxx’s business coach

“You’re doing well in coaching. You’ve got a lot of people who bought your course which I find very impressive and you’ve also done a handful of businesses... you’ve got all the raw materials... you will be successful”

Richard Tan

CEO and Founder of Success Resources ($100 Million Personal Development Business)
Success Resources is arguably the largest seminar organiser in the world.
They hold over 500+ events a year in 30 different countries. They bring in the top speakers from all over the world like Tony Robbins, T harv Eker, Robert Kiyosaki, Blair Singer, Jay Abraham etc.
"We run over 500 events all over the world, and we are here talent scouting. And I think Alaric has great potential... plus he is very passionate about what he does!"

Mitch Carson, International Speaker

Spoken in 57 countries with over 36 years of speaking experience.
Mitch watched Alaric speak and said it was one of the best presentations he has ever seen.
He enrolled in Facebook Accelerator to learn how to market his own speaking events.
"36 years on the platform... after literally seeing thousands of speakers... Alaric Ong stands above the rest!
This man impressed me... this boy genius young man blew me away! He lowered my age by 30 years seeing what he did. If you implement just 10% of what he does, your sales will go up 90%. That's how powerful and effective he is! Alaric Ong is the real deal 100%."



Alaric Ong with the minister for education in Singapore
Mr Ng Chee Meng, Minister for Education (Schools)
Former Chief of Defence Force (SAF)
Alaric Moses Ong With Robert Kiyosaki, Blair Singer, John Macgregor and JW Wilson
With Robert Kiyosaki, Blair Singer, John Macgregor and JW Wilson
Alaric Ong with Richard Tan, Founder of Success Resources
With Richard Tan, Founder of Success Resources
The largest seminar organiser in the world.
alaric moses ong with terence cao guohui
With Terence Cao Guohui, Mediacorp Celebrity
Alaric Moses Ong speaking at SMMS social media marketing summit 2020
Alaric Ong With Chinkee Tan, Filipino Chinese celebrity with 2 million followers on Facebook and 500k YouTube Subscribers
With Chinkee Tan, Filipino Chinese celebrity with 2 million followers on Facebook and 500k YouTube Subscribers
Alaric Ong speaking at social media marketing summit 2020 SMMS
Speaking at Social Media Marketing Summit 2020

Alaric Ong with JT Foxx
With JT Foxx, World's Number 1 Wealth Coach

"I remember you when you came for my very first training, and then the next year I brought you on stage in front of 8,000 people and then all of a sudden you flew all the way from Singapore to Perth, Australia to come see me. I was like "Wow" that impresssed me. That really really impressed me." - JT Foxx

Alaric Ong with Lim Siong Guan
Mr Lim Siong Guan,
May 1978 to June 1981, Principal Private Secretary to former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew
1986 to 1994, Chairman of CPF Board
1999 to 2005, Head of Singapore Civil Service
2004 to 2006, Chairman of ACRA and IRAS
From October 2006 to June 2009 Chairman of the Economic Development Board
1 July 2009, Group President of the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC)
alaric ong with aaron sansoni
Aaron Sansoni, the World’s Number 1 Sales Coach
Alaric Ong with Lane Matkovich from Shopify
With Lane Matkovich from Shopify
With Peng Joon, 8 Figure Online Entrepreneur
Alaric Ong with the mentor or mentors, Joel Bauer
Joel Bauer, The Mentor of Mentors
Persuasion Guru, Speaker Coach
Endorsed by Tony Robbins, Mark Victor Hansen, Peng Joon, Bill Clinton and many other top speakers in the world
Alaric Ong with Mitch Carson
With Mitch Carson, The Instant Celebrity Maker
Alaric Ong speaking to an audience
Alaric Ong with Mason Tan, Carl's Junior Franchisee
Mr Mason Tan, Carl's Junior franchisee (Singapore/Malaysia)
Alaric Ong with Ylona Garcia, Filipino Celebrity (2.1m followers on Instagram)
With @YlonaGarcia, Filipino Celebrity (2.1m followers on Instagram)
Alaric Ong with CEO of Groupon
With Adrian Tan, Country Head of Groupon Singapore
Alaric Ong with Derek Gehl
Derek Gehl, World Renowned Digital Entrepreneur
Alaric Ong with Mr Lee Woon Chiang
With Mr Lee Woon Chiang, Founder of Uncle Ringo
Alaric Ong with Real estate coach from America
With Doug Clark, Real Estate Coach from America
Alaric Ong with Blair Singer
With Blair Singer, World Class Trainer
With Anik Singal, USD$20 million/year online business
Alaric Ong with English chess grandmaster
With Mr Raymond Keene, Co-founder of World Memory Championship
English Chess Grandmaster

Alaric Ong conducting seminar
Alaric Ong with Tetsuya Inamura
Tetsuya Inamura, made $2 Billion Yen in 9 years

Alaric Ong giving a speech


Alaric Ong, Facebook Expert
Certification from Facebook

Personal Life

Alaric Ong at MBS
Alaric Ong and his family
Alaric Ong with Veronica Tan, Founder of Rev 22
Outstanding Entrepreneur Award
Alaric Ong with his brother, Aaron Ong
Brother, a Buddhist monk in Thailand
Alaric Ong with his sister, Amelia Ong
Sister, a Catholic nun in Spain
Alaric Ong in Spain
Toledo, Spain
Alaric Ong in Gibraltar, Great Britain
Gibraltar
Alaric Ong in Real Madrid, Spain
Real Madrid, Spain
Alaric Ong with his sister in Italy
Cinque Terre, Italy

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How to decide if something or someone is legitimate or a scam

Nowadays, there a ton of scams out there, especially in the coaching industry, and it becomes hard to tell who is legitimate and who is a scam. 

The market has become skeptical, and it is good that they are skeptical.

After investing over 6 figures in coaching, courses, masterminds and mentorship, I have developed a framework for deciding if a programe or a mentor is a scam or worth investing in.

Have I made an ROI from every single programme that I have invested in? Honestly... not all the time. There are some programmes that I have paid for which I did not get much value from as well.

However, I would say that at least 85% of the programmes that I have invested in have been valuable to me.

Therefore, I've come up with a framework whenever I make my decision about enrolling in any programme. Hopefully it helps you whenever you want to make a decision about buying a programme, product or service.


Step 1: Considering if it is the right fit for me at this stage in my life.
Most programmes are not for everybody. You have to look at the stage in your life before you decide whether the programme would be a good fit for you at this particular point in your life. When the student is ready, the teacher appears.

If you commit to putting in the work, then most likely you would be able to get the value out of the programme.

Step 2: Looking at the reviews of past customers. If they have never been a customer before, their vote does not count.
A review from a customer should be worth 100 times more than a review from someone who has never been a customer before. 

In fact, a review from someone who has never been a customer before should not be counted at all. 

Nowadays, if you look at any product or service that is well known, there would definitely be haters and critics. It is part of the game. Take the coaching industry for example. Every single coach that has grown to a decent size definitely has haters. A lot of times, these haters are internet trolls who are jealous of the success of these coaches. If the coach doesn't have any haters yet, they probably have not grown big enough. 

Most of these trolls hang out in internet forums because they have nothing better to do, and 90% of the time, they are talking about negative things instead of spending their precious time in creating value and doing something productive.

If someone has never purchased the product or service before and made comments as an outsider, that vote should not be counted at all. This is why when I make a purchasing decision on whether to hire a coach to help me in my business, I don't waste any time looking at negative comments by outsiders. I would only consider comments made by buyers of the programme.

Even if they have attended a free preview before, that vote is still worth 100 times less than the review from a paying customer.

For example, you can see the reviews of hundreds of happy clients and students over here: https://www.alaricong.com/p/testimonials.html


These are actual buyers of the programme, so only their vote should be counted.

Step 3: Looking at the results of past customers.
How has their transformation been. What kind of results have they achieved. 

Notice whether the name is censored from the testimonial. For example, for me, I normally put the full names of my clients because they are real results from real clients and I am not afraid of people verifying. 

Most other coaches censor the names of their clients because they are either 1) not legitimate testimonials (pictures can be photoshopped) 2) afraid of verification.

For me, I am proud of the achievements of my clients, and they are proud of themselves too!

You can also look at the number of testimonials and reviews they have. for example, if you look over here, you can see a collection of results of my clients: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BzbbzXvfLXFIMDlRLU56WEtyUFk?usp=sharing 

I haven't posted most of them on my website yet because there are already hundreds of written reviews and testimonials. Nonetheless you can look at the Google drive folder to see the results that my clients in the programme are getting.

Step 4: Looking at the endorsements and the authority of the person giving the testimonial.
For example, in the business world, if someone is endorsed by a billionaire or millionaire, that endorsement means a lot. An authority figure wouldn't give a random stranger an endorsement. 

Look at the credibility of the person giving the testimonial. Most successful people would not just endorse anybody. They wouldn't stake their reputation on someone who is not proven.

Therefore, a testimonial from someone with credibility and authority is worth 1000 times more than a random stranger or outsider.

So far, I have been endorsed by 
  • Loren Ridinger: Co-Founder of Billion Dollar Companies: SHOP.COM and MARKET AMERICA
  • Richard Tan: CEO and Founder of Success Resources ($100 Million Personal Development Business)
    • Success Resources is arguably the largest seminar organiser in the world.
    • They hold over 500+ events a year in 30 different countries. They bring in the top speakers from all over the world like Tony Robbins, T harv Eker, Robert Kiyosaki, Blair Singer, Jay Abraham etc.
  • Grant Cardone (10X): Manages USD$1.8 Billion worth of Real Estate. Known as #1 Marketer of 2017 by Forbes. Hosted business conference with 30,000 attendees. Owns a private Jet.
  • Myron Golden: Two Comma Club X Award Winner (Made more than USD $10 million though ClickFunnels)
  • George Ross: Former Right hand man of Donald Trump for 47 years and JT Foxx’s business coach
  • JT Foxx: World's Number 1 Wealth Coach and $100 Million Business Mentor, Owning 57 different companies and brands
  • Henry Gold: 22 years of internet marketing experience and has built multiple million dollar businesses before. He is very established in the internet marketing space
  • Mitch Carson: International Speaker, Spoken in 57 countries with over 36 years of speaking experience
  • FBSIFU Brandon Lee and Adam Tan: Mandarin Speaking Facebook Marketing trainers.
  • Reeve Yew: Makes 6 figures a month running a Funnel Design Agency
  • Raghu Reddy: Sales Trainer
  • Marta Suchanek: Instagram model from Poland with 139k followers

Remember:
  • Testimonials from Authority Figures: Worth 1000 times more
  • Testimonials from Actual Customers: Worth 100 times more
  • Statements from outsiders who went for a free preview: Worth 1 point.
  • Statements from outsiders who have never been a customer: Not worth anything.

Those are the 4 criteria that I look at when I decide whether to enrol in the programme or not. 

Hopefully these tips help! I trust that you would exercise your critical thinking skills and I hope that you will be able to find someone that you can resonate with and feel comfortable working with.

You do not need to choose to work with me. In fact, I only want to work with the people that are the right fit. 

Here's what I learnt after building a 7 figure business
1 Most people won’t do what it takes to make the type of money they want. They’ll talk about it and be in all the fb groups and post all the selfies. But when it comes down to it most are talk and will always be just talk.

2 Once you make the money you want, you’ll be vastly disappointed since it won’t fill any holes inside of you. Sadly, I did think money would make me happier, and it didn’t.

3 People won’t like you. The more you stand out, the more criticism and dislike it may draw. You’ll have to learn to be ok with this. Besides maybe Russell Brunson, everyone loves Russell haha.

Alaric Ong's Response to Hardwarezone Forum Review

I am writing this post in response to the forums about me. As of now, I believe there are only 3 forums. Hardwarezone, Reddit, Lowyat and a website called foundscam. While Reddit and Hardwarezone threads were not referring to me, the Foundscam and Lowyat thread were written to intentionally defame me.

Hardwarezone: https://www.alaricong.com/2020/08/alaric-ongs-response-to-reviews-and.html

Reddit: https://www.alaricong.com/2020/08/alaric-ongs-response-to-reddit-forum.html

Lowyat: https://www.alaricong.com/2020/08/alaric-ongs-response-to-lowyat-forum.html

A fake website foundscam: https://www.alaricong.com/2020/07/alaric-ongs-response-to-found-scam.html

Hardwarezone

For Hardwarezone, there is this thread about forex / stock trading courses. I do not teach forex or stock trading. In fact, I don't even know how to do stocks or forex trading. I specialise in marketing and sales, which is completely different from trading. 

The forum is titled "Warning about stocks/forex guru trading courses in the market"


It is a thread with 229 pages, and my name "Alaric Ong" was mentioned in one of the comments on page 104. This comment caused the post to rank on Google whenever people searched "Alaric Ong".

This was what the comment said: 
"I've been watching a lot of Andrew Tan's videos on YouTube as I find his talking style to be very interesting, aka watch for entertainment, usually before bed.

Most of the people who sign up for his course are mostly 45 - 65 yrs old local Singaporeans. The ones below 45 are mostly foreigners from SE Asia (probably gullible and want to get rich fast).

Andrew Tan seems to know what he's doing (Peekapoo.com is one of his business), but in his courses, I don't think he's teaching the audience the actual things they need to know to run something like that). His courses are introductory lessons for people totally new in ecommerce; he teaches the "tactics" instead of the true foundation of business/entrepreneurship.

Check out the video below of him and Alaric Ong:"