My Mind Is Blown From the War Room

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If you haven't yet been behind the velvet rope to the War Room, you might try to get your cool kid card and get in. I went in when it first got here but i primarily focused on the main forum discussion.

I just went back in to post a report about a cheap and useful outsourcing site and got stuck for a Looooonnnngggg time reading a WEALTH of information.

It's good in here - it is.

But the water's warmer in the War Room...

And no funny "Riley peed in the pool" cracks you jokers!

MIND-blowing education going on there...

Tiff

PS - Alan I just read about your ugly site. Bookmarked it, took notes and am going to replicate it. Can I clone you and keep you as my very own pet?
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Carl Kelly
    Best $37 I've ever spent on IM.
  • Profile picture of the author TheMagicShow
    I was involved with the war room from the very early stages before it went public, I want to thank Allen for having so much faith in me and my posts to include me in the early days, Allen you are one of my heros and a damn good man!!!

    The War room is worth 100 times the price of entry, buy it, get in and learn from the best that make it look so damn easy! The information shared in there is wso basically, the folks that share their information are making money and share lots of good information, you won't be disapointed at all.
  • Profile picture of the author ndcole78
    It's very well worth the money. If nothing else, you get into the minds of other marketers without having to ask them what they're thinking and doing, which you could then take and use to your advantage.

    There's plenty of other stuff there that you've probably never even heard about.
  • Profile picture of the author freudianslip27
    Yes, a lot of times people hold back on forums that are free. The war room definitely takes it to the next level.

    Big thumbs up from me

    Matt
  • Profile picture of the author Li Weng
    Yeah it's a worthy investment.

    $37 for a lifetime? Surely anyone could afford $37
    to learn skills to build an online business that makes
    you money for a lifetime!
  • Profile picture of the author lakshaybehl
    Actually, I really want Allen to charge $397 for the War Room.

    And I do not expect him to spare the existing members as well...

    Hehehe
    • Profile picture of the author MikeCollins
      To anyone who is on the fence about paying to join the War Room...do it! It's probably the smartest $37 you can spend towards your business.
  • Profile picture of the author D.K. Magnus
    Joined today, before finding and reading this thread.

    Hoping to shutdown my WSO spending.
  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Saha
    Oh yes .. If WF is a gold mine, War Room is a diamond mine.

    Stephen
    • Profile picture of the author Dixiebelle
      Allan's posts alone, are worth the price of admission. As a member of the War Room, you will buy less worthless junk on the internet. All of the information is free and first rate. I would not accept my money back if it was offered.

      Dixie
    • Profile picture of the author innocent07
      Banned
      Originally Posted by Stephen Saha View Post

      Oh yes .. If WF is a gold mine, War Room is a diamond mine.

      Stephen
      I find the 'normal' warrior room is a gold mine also (although dusnt provide as good as secrets) but it also provides useful information for all.
    • Profile picture of the author Mike McBride
      Originally Posted by Stephen Saha View Post

      Oh yes .. If WF is a gold mine, War Room is a diamond mine.

      Stephen
      Very nicely put, Stephen.

      There are any number of threads in the War Room that are worth $37+ all by themselves. Besides Allen's posts, some very generous Warriors have spilled their guts in there, as well as sharing some very useful tools.
  • Profile picture of the author Loren Woirhaye
    Psssst.... It's a secret.

    Actually I don't go in there very often 'cause I get stuck reading
    all the great stuff and lose focus on my own projects a bit. There's
    no lack of great ideas and plans to get the money - we all just have
    to know our own strengths and choose a path that makes sense
    for us and persevere with it to reach a reasonable conclusion.
  • Profile picture of the author Peter "Paul" Williams
    That's on my Christmas list. Defenately something I want
  • Profile picture of the author SandyHall
    Hi Tiffany, Sandy here...

    I'm definitely going to join after Jan 1st.

    Sounds like it's well worth the small entrance fee.

    See you there,
    Sandy
  • Profile picture of the author MichaelJ168
    I couldn't agree more !!!
    It did blow my mind, too
    Happy Holodays
  • Profile picture of the author Lindsay Brynn
    I finally joined a couple days ago. It is definitely worth it, there is so much good info I haven't had time to really go through much of it at all yet. I'm looking forward to it though.
  • Profile picture of the author MobileEyeGuy
    Tiffany,
    Thanks for the thread....But BOY do I feel like a PUTZ!
    I been a member of WF sense 2005, And I never even heard of the WAR ROOM.

    I been offline for almost a year now, long story short, closed my biz & websites, and took a Corporate Day Job, It did not work out , so out of work ( back home though) and back online, I really want to go back to being self employed, so I started visiting the forum again, and with my last Pay check, buying WSO's, I sure wish I knew about the WAR ROOM before I spent so much on ebooks trying to get back up to speed , or back in the know.

    Spent money I didn't have , expecially sense it Christmas....but I really want IM to work for me this go round, I can't go back to working for other people.
    Sounds like I better find a little bit more money and get in the War Room, no matter how tight money is now......it might be all I will have to buy from now on.

    Thanks again!
  • Profile picture of the author TiffanyLambert
    Yep Ben it's definitely better than most WSOs I've seen
  • Profile picture of the author Bayo
    Originally Posted by TiffanyDow View Post

    If you haven't yet been behind the velvet rope to the War Room, you might try to get your cool kid card and get in. I went in when it first got here but i primarily focused on the main forum discussion.

    I just went back in to post a report about a cheap and useful outsourcing site and got stuck for a Looooonnnngggg time reading a WEALTH of information.

    It's good in here - it is.

    But the water's warmer in the War Room...

    And no funny "Riley peed in the pool" cracks you jokers!

    MIND-blowing education going on there...

    Tiff

    PS - Alan I just read about your ugly site. Bookmarked it, took notes and am going to replicate it. Can I clone you and keep you as my very own pet?

    Darn it...the real SECRET is out now, better get my skates on!
    • Profile picture of the author jbolte1976
      I'll agree with everyone, it's more than worth the $37, which you only pay once!

      If you have some money to spend for educating yourself in IM'ing, I'd start their.

      There's tons of great info, case studies, strategies, etc. w/o the fluff you see in a lot of WSO or the freebies out there.


      Just my 2 cents

      Jason
  • Profile picture of the author Anthony Smith
    well jeez! i might just have to look into this war room then eh! i'll be purchasing soon.
    • Profile picture of the author learnmore
      Ok folks I have seen the other side and I have lost my interest in any social life outside the WR It's addictive and I can't leave my computer for even a minute. I think saying information overload would be gross understatement.

      Now WR members would you be kind enough to let me know how best to utilize this gold mine? PM me by all means

      And what WSO is worth considering after going to War Room?
  • Profile picture of the author SwanCoach
    How do I find the War Room? I've done a search. Sounds like it's too good to miss.
    • Profile picture of the author learnmore
      SwanCoach,
      Go here to signup: http://www.warriorforum.com/war-room...e-discussions/

      Currently the price is $37 for life time membership. The paypal page will say payment for for 20 years but don't worry because as someone said in the forum that's because of some pay pal limitation.
      Originally Posted by SwanCoach View Post

      How do I find the War Room? I've done a search. Sounds like it's too good to miss.
  • Profile picture of the author minisite911
    just join the War Room, and it keeps me awake until 5 am in the morning reading just the first few threads.. wowww... no wonder why people are talking about this private forum so much
  • Profile picture of the author Gene Pimentel
    There's no question about it... if you have ANY interest in Internet Marketing, you absolutely need to get access to the War Room. Just make sure you tell your spouse or a family member that you're "going in" and to send out a search troop if you're not back out by this time tomorrow. It will totally absorb you for hours, if not days.

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