John Shin is a Korean American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and the Executive Producer of "Think and Grow Rich the Legacy" movie. He founded The Think and Grow Rich Legacy World Tour Inc. John is also the author of "How Rich Asians Think," which is s Think and Grow Rich publication. Which is an official publication of the Napoleon Hill Foundation.

John Shin was 3 months old when he and his family immigrated to Los Angeles in the late 1960s. As early as 8 years old, he knew that he wanted to start a business. In grade school, John made his first $100 on candy sales with a goal to earn $150 to purchase his first bike. He got his bike, and this began his entrepreneurial spirit.

Growing up in California as a young 6-year boy, John would get bullied and to protect himself, he began to study Tae Kwon-Do, Judo, and Hapkido. He continued to train and compete, which he would go on to win at the State and Regional level competitions by age 11. At 14 years old, John competed Nationally and won Gold. He then went on to compete at the World Games, Pan American Games and tried out for the 1988 Olympic Team.

For 25 years, he has empowered people to achieve peak performance in business, sales, money, teams, relationships, and life. He has mentored and trained thousands of people around the country to become successful business owners. His greatest joy is to teach and train businesses to grow and achieve real success.

He believes that mentorship, training, and coaching are core key values for a successful life.
John founded a progressive sales, and personal growth training company made up of professional mentors and business builders who work one-on-one with individuals, businesses, and major corporations to help them achieve growth in any economy.

He is also the Co-Founder of a non-profit organization called "ALL FOR ONE," which provides child prosperity centers for children around the world. Together with the organization, they have built and created 10 orphanages in 6 countries like Uganda, Philippines, Nicaragua, Vietnam, China, and India and have helped over 1,000 kids live within their orphanages.

His clients range from the individual person seeking simple financial advice to Doctors, Lawyers, Fortune 500 companies, federal credit unions, Hollywood celebrities, and professional athletes (NBA, MLB, and NFL).

Today, he commands a sales force of nearly 9,600 agents, practices in 42 states, with 120 offices throughout the United States.