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Harlan Harlan is offline

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  • Last Activity: 16th December 2014 01:30 PM
  • Join Date: 16th August 2004
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Posted 10th January 2011 at 12:21 PM by Harlan Comments 0
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I've finally done it. I've created a single website for my coaching clients.

Right now, I have a number of different programs going on.

They are centrally located at http://harlankilstein.co

I hope you will stop by for a visit.

Peace,

Harlan

Posted 20th January 2010 at 10:53 PM by Harlan Comments 0
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The best way to work with Harlan Kilstein is to sign up for my coaching group at http://www.sixfigurecopy.com

You see, Harlan Kilstein's coaching group is very exclusive. And once you opt in at http://sixfigurecopy.com I'll contact you and let you know when it's time for you to apply.

So go ahead, visit http://www.sixfigurecopy.com for more information about the Harlan Kilstein Coaching group.

Posted 1st November 2009 at 05:22 PM by Harlan Comments 0
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I'm really excited about the new personal blog at http://harlankilstein.net

Check it out.

Posted 30th October 2009 at 12:24 PM by Harlan Comments 0
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Hi everyone, it's Harlan Kilstein. Years ago, when I got started in marketing, I bought a lot of names of marketers for PPC purposes.

One of the names I bought was the late Gary Halbert. It was the first time he saw PPC and spent all night clicking my ad.

Today, a lot of people are bidding on the name Harlan Kilstein.

But the only place you can get Harlan Kilstein copy is at http://www.overnight-copy.com

Remember, if you are looking for...

Posted 26th July 2009 at 12:25 PM by Harlan Comments 0
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Yes, they’re all famous.

But there’s one more thing.

They have all, at one point or another, struggled with being painfully shy.

And all of them have found a way to overcome it to become celebrities.

Julia Roberts says that she had incredible shyness as a child, but that “I have always believed that things are what you make them.”

Lucille Ball was told by her teachers at the Anderson dramatic school that she was too shy,...


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