Find out more about the Millionaires! Why did they get involved in the show? What did they hope to learn? How did they think it would change their lives?
How did you become a Millionaire?
My phone crashed and I lost all of my content. There was a need in the market and I set out to fill it. Thus the beginning of CyberSynchs which now is used all over the world as a synching, backup and transferring system for electronic devices and car computer systems.
Is there anything that would surprise viewers to learn about you?
That I am a really great cook but a poor dancer. I'm also a great singer.
Why did you want to be a part of the show?
In my day to day life I ensure that whatever I do that it comes from a place of service . This process/program allows me to express the need of service in a manner that allows for others to see their possibility through me. Service is something that takes very little time but provides maximum rewards.
Was there anything you were hoping to learn about yourself?
I came into this experience completely open and not expecting anything... I am so happy that I did so because not having expectations allowed me to be 100 % present to receive the blessings of learning about life, love and SERVICE...
We also talked to Amos about his experience after filming the show:
What surprised you most about your experience as a "Secret Millionaire"?
What surprised me most was that I was able to let go of control... I was able to allow myself not to be in the loop of all the happenings... I trusted the process and wanting to be 100% present and in the moment.
How did you feel about the experience living "undercover"?
I absolutely loved the feeling of living undercover in certain instances and in others I disliked it. The best part was that I was able to be myself, the Amos before the money, I didn't have any expectations being placed on me to perform or reward!!!
How did you feel living on such a limited amount of money for a week?
It was hard for sure. I understood that this process would be best served if I did not fight the experience and allowed myself to feel what many people across our nation and world feel when forced to support one's self with very little. I have an empathy in my heart for those with no option but to do so.
Has your life changed since this experience? In what ways?
Through this experience I understand deeply that accepting a person at the stage that they are currently in is one of the best gifts a person could give or receive. I understand that being alone doesn't have to mean that you are lonely in any way.
Do you have any suggestions or advice for someone who wants to become involved in helping their community?
Having a heart of service never presents a perfect time to serve. My advice would be to jump in and become 100% present but remember to pull someone else in with you. Losing self in service helps a person gain something much larger then themselves.
Any other final comments you'd like to add?
I am super stoked that through this process I have been able to see myself through the eyes of others I've met. I am forever changed. I truly mean forever!!!! I would challenge others to keep their ears open and hand stretched wide for chances to serve.