Chuck Jacobs, who went bankrupt, to give Scientology seminar on The Business of Music

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Chuck Jacobs, who went bankrupt in 2011, to give Scientology seminar on The Business of Music.

Chuck Jacobs - My Success in Scientology
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In 1971 I was a struggling musician traveling around the US just making ends meet and pretty much staying stoned most of the time. In the 27 years since then, I’ve been an active Scientologist and have attained goals and dreams I didn’t even conceive of back then. Some of these include:

Playing bass on numerous gold and platinum albums

Playing on TV and in concert around the world with the singer Kenny Rogers for the last twenty years.

Authored the popular bass instruction book, "The Bottom Line"

President of Simplicity Records

Recently I added a new career of Computer Graphic Design Artist and Web Designer

These don’t take into account the success of my over 20 year marriage to my wife Susan and our raising of our beautiful daughter Jazmin.

How did all of these things come about?

Well, in a word... Scientology. My achievements through the years have in no small part been aided by my direct participation and application of the principles in Scientology. From the very first course I did, back in 1971 which taught me the whys and hows of communication, I was turned inside out and set firmly on the road to spiritual freedom. What is spiritual freedom?

To me it’s gaining more understanding of myself as a spiritual being and not a body or a mind. Scientology teaches this daily in its Churches around the world through courses that give you the simple truths about life.

One of the most primary tenets I have learned in Scientology is that I am responsible for me, and for the conditions of my life. This simple truth, if applied by society at large could easily change conditions on this planet in a dramatic way.

If you would like to find out more about Scientology and would like to ask me any questions, please feel free to communicate to me via e-mail.

May you never be the same again,

Chuck Jacobs

Chuck Jacobs Scientology Service Completions

http://www.truthaboutscientology.com/stats/by-name/c/chuck-jacobs.html

Chuck Jacobs in Scientology's Published Service Completion Lists

The following 5 individual completions for Chuck Jacobs appear in official Scientology publications:

Chuck Jacobs PTS/SP COURSE PART ONE Source 59 1987-09-01
Chuck Jacobs NEW OT VI HUBBARD SOLO NOTS AUDITING COURSE Source 74 1991-02-01
Chuck Jacobs SOLO NOTS AUDITOR CERTAINTY COURSE, PART I Source 109 1997-08-01
Chuck Jacobs SOLO NOTS AUDITOR CERTAINTY COURSE, PART II Source 111 1997-11-01
Chuck Jacobs OT ELIGIBILITY Source 156 2004-06-01

Note: The dates listed above are the approximate publication dates of the magazines, which may be weeks or months later than the actual date the service was completed.

Chuck Jacobs in Scientology's Publications

The following 2 mentions of Chuck Jacobs appear in official Scientology publications:

Chuck & Susan Jacobs Honor Roll of the IAS Impact 102 2002-12-01
Chuck & Susan Jacobs Honor Roll Impact 114 2006-09-01
Chuck & Susan Jacobs - Scientology Service Completions

http://www.truthaboutscientology.com/stats/by-name/c/chuck-&-susan-jacobs.html

The following 2 mentions of Chuck & Susan Jacobs appear in official Scientology publications:

Chuck & Susan Jacobs Honor Roll of the IAS Impact 102 2002-12-01
Chuck & Susan Jacobs Honor Roll Impact 114 2006-09-01

Note: The dates listed above are the approximate publication dates of the ma


Tampa Bay Times: Some Scientologists give until they're bankrupt
By Joe Childs and Thomas C. Tobin, Times Staff Writers
Sunday, November 20, 2011 1:27pm
http://www.tampabay.com/news/scientology/some-scientologists-give-until-theyre-bankrupt/1201990

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Charles L. and Susan A. Jacobs

In June, a trustee in Los Angeles bankruptcy court sued three church entities, attempting to recover $191,321 in donations made by the Jacobses.

The couple donated about 25 percent of their annual income to the church over the last decade, according to the file. It says Charles Jacobs is a musician who earned about $100,000 a year until hard times eroded his income and benefits. Susan Jacobs, according to records, works for a small Scientology church in Van Nuys, making less than $200 a month.

In 2010, the couple stopped making credit card payments and Charles Jacobs started receiving government unemployment checks. Still, they gave Scientology 37 percent of their income that year, the same year they filed for bankruptcy. Records show they made five donations totaling $26,800 to Flag.
Church of Scientology Hosts Practical Seminar for Musicians this Fall
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BigNews.Biz - Aug 07,2014 - The Church of Scientology & Celebrity Centre Nashville has a mission. “Our purpose is to help artists,” says Corinne Sullivan, president of the church, who continues, “When you elevate the artist, you uplift the entire community.” The Church, located at 1130 8th Avenue South, has booked a seminar with a professional musician of 40 years alongside a successful businessman to assist the blossoming talent in Nashville.

On October 4, Craig Ferreira and Chuck Jacobs will present a seminar on “The Business of Music: How to Make Music Your Career.” Musicians of all genres are welcome to attend.

Craig Ferreira has been the CEO of Survival Strategies, Inc. for nearly 30 years. Survival Strategies is a successful management training firm based in Los Angeles. Chuck Jacobs has been a professional musician, playing electric bass for over 40 years, performing in the studios and live the world over with artists such as Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Ray Charles, Lionel Richie, Alison Krauss, Wynona Judd and Smokey Robinson.

Together, these two will give a seminar to help musicians make a career out of their music. Sullivan observed that many musicians are struggling in Nashville, holding down a job while doing music on the side. “Musicians really need is to learn how to make money with the thing they are most passionate about – music,” she says, “and that’s why we decided to host this seminar – we want to give them a leg up.”

The seminar is open to the public. For more information, call 615-687-4600 or visit
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https://twitter.com/johnalexwood/status/506262718777933825

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