IM coaching with a GUARANTEE

by gmil88
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Hello warriors,

I was wondering if anyone knew of any coaching programs or fellow warriors that offered IM coaching. Coaching where if you follow the exact steps they give you and go through with everything, you are guaranteed to start making money.

Obviously I know that there will most likely be a fee involved so I am prepared for this and do not have a problem with paying for the coaching as long as it is a trusted coach, that has successfully trained other people to make money online. I'm not talking about a couple bucks a month but a minimum of $1,000 a month.

If anyone knows of anything like this, then please share. I believe that having a coach/mentor is extremely important in IM, and know that there are people like this who aren't just talking out of their a$$es. Thanks warriors.
#coaching #guarantee
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
    I was also going to say the Tristan Bull program ... he has some great stuff yet you could also try brad gosse mastermind
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    • Profile picture of the author gmil88
      Originally Posted by Mike McAleer View Post

      I was also going to say the Tristan Bull program ... he has some great stuff yet you could also try brad gosse mastermind
      Thank you Mike. Have you tried Tristan's program?
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      • Profile picture of the author efwebm
        Realistically, almost all "make money" methods work, and there are more than enough free ones laying around that you don't need a coach.

        The problem is following through to completion. Anyone that can help you be accountable for following on a planned path until it's completed is all you need.
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        • Profile picture of the author josh123
          Originally Posted by efwebm View Post

          Realistically, almost all "make money" methods work, and there are more than enough free ones laying around that you don't need a coach.

          The problem is following through to completion. Anyone that can help you be accountable for following on a planned path until it's completed is all you need.
          Couldn't agree more. The KEY is to pick something and stick with it.

          Someone who I've learned a ton from about online marketing once said that she had a potential student tell her they would sign up for her course if she could guarantee they would make money.

          Now, this lady knows a ton about her field of expertise. If anyone could make such a guarantee, it would be her. However, she can't do that simply because she doesn't know the people she's dealing with.

          A small percentage of those she teaches go on to make 6 figures, whereas the vast majority do nothing with it. It's not that the information doesn't work... it's just that most people don't stick with it.

          The truth is, you can make money with selling on eBay, affiliate marketing, physical product websites, Adsense, forex currency, etc. Just pick a strategy and stick with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberSorcerer
    I'm going to give you the secret to make ANY IM course be "Guaranteed" for you.

    "JUST DO IT"
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    • Profile picture of the author Martin Bauer
      Originally Posted by CyberSorcerer View Post

      I'm going to give you the secret to make ANY IM course be "Guaranteed" for you.

      "JUST DO IT"
      Exactly. Take an action first
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      • Profile picture of the author VanessaB
        *Sigh...

        Ok, do not 'take action first.' That is the worst advice in the world.

        You could end up taking the wrong action, and losing money, and more importantly, time.

        Whoever you choose to be your 'coach' should be experienced in two things... capitalizing on strengths, and whatever your weakness is, or the ways to offset that weakness.

        If you're strength is in graphic arts, you don't want a coach who made their money in PPC and who is going to tell you to do PPC... especially if you have no interest in it, or would just in general suck at it for any number of reasons.

        Too many 'coaches' products are really just them telling you to do what they did, and they don't focus enough on YOU... your strengths, your weaknesses.

        Choose your 'coach' on those factors. Do not be afraid to ask them questions either.

        Interview them. You're about to HIRE them.. ask them questions like,

        Are you going to tell me to do PPC?
        Are you going to tell me to run WSO's?
        Are you going to tell me to market on Facebook?

        Ask if them if they will be focusing on teaching you to do something you don't even want to do.

        If they won't answer your questions before you decide to hire them, don't hire them.

        I had a ghostwriting client who hired a coach. My client did not want to market in a specific place, although it was the absolute BEST place for him to market, he thought it 'beneath him.' His coach pushed him to market there, but he refused. This coach happens to be KNOWN for pushing that market and that market only... so why on Earth did my client hire a guy whose entire reputation as a coach was built on marketing to a market that my client didn't even want to be in?

        [EDIT] More to the point though, is why did this coach take on this student? That coach was entirely irresponsible.[/EDIT]



        Needless to say, it went badly for everybody, and my client wound up never doing anything.

        Don't just go on who gets the 'popular coach vote' either. You have to really get to know a potential coaches' plans for you... odds are, they are going to mirror what's worked for him, and that may not mirror what works for YOU.

        A really good coach is going to be able to help you identify an capitalize on YOUR strengths, and show you how to offset your weaknesses, not just tell you to do what he, or she, did.

        Good luck,
        -Dani
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        • Profile picture of the author Michael Newman
          Originally Posted by DanielleS View Post

          *Sigh...

          Ok, do not 'take action first.' That is the worst advice in the world.

          You could end up taking the wrong action, and losing money, and more importantly, time.

          Whoever you choose to be your 'coach' should be experienced in two things... capitalizing on strengths, and whatever your weakness is, or the ways to offset that weakness.

          If you're strength is in graphic arts, you don't want a coach who made their money in PPC and who is going to tell you to do PPC... especially if you have no interest in it, or would just in general suck at it for any number of reasons.

          Too many 'coaches' products are really just them telling you to do what they did, and they don't focus enough on YOU... your strengths, your weaknesses.

          Choose your 'coach' on those factors. Do not be afraid to ask them questions either.

          Interview them. You're about to HIRE them.. ask them questions like,

          Are you going to tell me to do PPC?
          Are you going to tell me to run WSO's?
          Are you going to tell me to market on Facebook?

          Ask if them if they will be focusing on teaching you to do something you don't even want to do.

          If they won't answer your questions before you decide to hire them, don't hire them.

          I had a ghostwriting client who hired a coach. My client did not want to market in a specific place, although it was the absolute BEST place for him to market, he thought it 'beneath him.' His coach pushed him to market there, but he refused. This coach happens to be KNOWN for pushing that market and that market only... so why on Earth did my client hire a guy whose entire reputation as a coach was built on marketing to a market that my client didn't even want to be in?

          Needless to say, it went badly for everybody, and my client wound up never doing anything.

          Don't just go on who gets the 'popular coach vote' either. You have to really get to know a potential coaches' plans for you... odds are, they are going to mirror what's worked for him, and that may not mirror what works for YOU.

          A really good coach is going to be able to help you identify an capitalize on YOUR strengths, and show you how to offset your weaknesses, not just tell you to do what he, or she, did.

          Good luck,
          -Dani

          Thanks a lot for this very insightful post. Deep. The idea of ''guaranteed '' income, could easily make one forget vital fundamentals, like the one you shared above.
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        • Profile picture of the author gmil88
          Originally Posted by DanielleS View Post

          *Sigh...

          Ok, do not 'take action first.' That is the worst advice in the world.

          You could end up taking the wrong action, and losing money, and more importantly, time.

          Whoever you choose to be your 'coach' should be experienced in two things... capitalizing on strengths, and whatever your weakness is, or the ways to offset that weakness.

          If you're strength is in graphic arts, you don't want a coach who made their money in PPC and who is going to tell you to do PPC... especially if you have no interest in it, or would just in general suck at it for any number of reasons.

          Too many 'coaches' products are really just them telling you to do what they did, and they don't focus enough on YOU... your strengths, your weaknesses.

          Choose your 'coach' on those factors. Do not be afraid to ask them questions either.

          Interview them. You're about to HIRE them.. ask them questions like,

          Are you going to tell me to do PPC?
          Are you going to tell me to run WSO's?
          Are you going to tell me to market on Facebook?

          Ask if them if they will be focusing on teaching you to do something you don't even want to do.

          If they won't answer your questions before you decide to hire them, don't hire them.

          I had a ghostwriting client who hired a coach. My client did not want to market in a specific place, although it was the absolute BEST place for him to market, he thought it 'beneath him.' His coach pushed him to market there, but he refused. This coach happens to be KNOWN for pushing that market and that market only... so why on Earth did my client hire a guy whose entire reputation as a coach was built on marketing to a market that my client didn't even want to be in?

          Needless to say, it went badly for everybody, and my client wound up never doing anything.

          Don't just go on who gets the 'popular coach vote' either. You have to really get to know a potential coaches' plans for you... odds are, they are going to mirror what's worked for him, and that may not mirror what works for YOU.

          A really good coach is going to be able to help you identify an capitalize on YOUR strengths, and show you how to offset your weaknesses, not just tell you to do what he, or she, did.

          Good luck,
          -Dani
          Thank you for this post, I couldn't agree with you more.
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          • Profile picture of the author VanessaB
            Originally Posted by Janet Scettrini View Post

            @Danielle,

            That's some good advice. I don't think taking action right away is wrong. I think it's MORE a matter of WHAT action to take.

            J

            That was my point. Don't just go run out and 'take action' and spend money on a PPC campaign if you don't know anything about PPC, don't go out and hire a coach if you don't know what they're going to coach you on.

            Originally Posted by Michael Newman View Post

            Thanks a lot for this very insightful post. Deep. The idea of ''guaranteed '' income, could easily make one forget vital fundamentals, like the one you shared above.
            Michael,
            If you are able to identify your 'assets', (and) strengths, and offset your weaknesses...you can guarantee the income you want, with proper planning.

            Originally Posted by Craig Desorcy View Post

            There is "guaranteed '' income and always will be. It's called a job.
            Nothing wrong with that if that's your mindset.

            I was going to stay out of this thread but "DanielleS" hit the nail on the
            head and wanted to add to it.

            Many coaches in the IM niche create a box and put you in it. That's coaching to
            them. It should not be called coaching. More like a business in a box.

            This is coaching
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            -Craig
            Craig,
            How about "Coach In A Box"? Every once in a while, he 'pops up' gives you a cheerleader 'rah rah rah' and then goes back in the box? Just kidding. Although I'm not sure how 'guaranteed' the income is from any 'job'...lol. That's like a gated community... a false sense of security.


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        • Profile picture of the author CyberSorcerer
          Originally Posted by DanielleS View Post

          *Sigh...

          Ok, do not 'take action first.' That is the worst advice in the world.

          You could end up taking the wrong action, and losing money, and more importantly, time.

          Whoever you choose to be your 'coach' should be experienced in two things... capitalizing on strengths, and whatever your weakness is, or the ways to offset that weakness.

          If you're strength is in graphic arts, you don't want a coach who made their money in PPC and who is going to tell you to do PPC... especially if you have no interest in it, or would just in general suck at it for any number of reasons.

          Too many 'coaches' products are really just them telling you to do what they did, and they don't focus enough on YOU... your strengths, your weaknesses.

          Choose your 'coach' on those factors. Do not be afraid to ask them questions either.

          Interview them. You're about to HIRE them.. ask them questions like,

          Are you going to tell me to do PPC?
          Are you going to tell me to run WSO's?
          Are you going to tell me to market on Facebook?

          Ask if them if they will be focusing on teaching you to do something you don't even want to do.

          If they won't answer your questions before you decide to hire them, don't hire them.

          I had a ghostwriting client who hired a coach. My client did not want to market in a specific place, although it was the absolute BEST place for him to market, he thought it 'beneath him.' His coach pushed him to market there, but he refused. This coach happens to be KNOWN for pushing that market and that market only... so why on Earth did my client hire a guy whose entire reputation as a coach was built on marketing to a market that my client didn't even want to be in?

          [EDIT] More to the point though, is why did this coach take on this student? That coach was entirely irresponsible.[/EDIT]



          Needless to say, it went badly for everybody, and my client wound up never doing anything.

          Don't just go on who gets the 'popular coach vote' either. You have to really get to know a potential coaches' plans for you... odds are, they are going to mirror what's worked for him, and that may not mirror what works for YOU.

          A really good coach is going to be able to help you identify an capitalize on YOUR strengths, and show you how to offset your weaknesses, not just tell you to do what he, or she, did.

          Good luck,
          -Dani
          All of what you mention is great advice, but directed more to a mentor than a coach.

          There's a few things to understand about a coach. A coaches main focus is on performance and their role is having a specific agenda.

          A mentor focus is on the individual and their role is facilitator with no agenda.

          Each one is focused on different things and have different means of getting their student their.

          Think of a coach as someone responsible for the whole team, where as assistance coaches (mentor) help individual players with their problems.

          I hope this mights is clearing up some differences between coaches and mentors.
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          • Profile picture of the author VanessaB
            Originally Posted by CyberSorcerer View Post

            All of what you mention is great advice, but directed more to a mentor than a coach.

            There's a few things to understand about a coach. A coaches main focus is on performance and their role is having a specific agenda.

            A mentor focus is on the individual and their role is facilitator with no agenda.

            Each one is focused on different things and have different means of getting their student their.

            Think of a coach as someone responsible for the whole team, where as assistance coaches (mentor) help individual players with their problems.

            I hope this mights is clearing up some differences between coaches and mentors.
            Everyone is entitled to their opinion on the differences between coaches and mentors, but there are 'sports' that are not 'team' sports, and the athtletes still have coaches... So I will respectfully agree to disagree.

            My opinion of a 'mentor' is someone who 'explores' new IDEAS with you. Sort of like the 4 old guys at the local pub who get together once a week to have their 'philosophy meetings.' They would be mentors.

            A coach has to be able to captialize on any players strengths, and offset their weaknesses.

            I can guarantee that when the pro teams do their drafts, their picks, chosen with heavy input from coaches, are chosen based on the weaknesses they already have in the team. They're looking for players with the strengths to offset those weaknesses.

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        • Profile picture of the author bl
          Originally Posted by DanielleS View Post

          *Sigh...

          Ok, do not 'take action first.' That is the worst advice in the world.

          You could end up taking the wrong action, and losing money, and more importantly, time.

          Whoever you choose to be your 'coach' should be experienced in two things... capitalizing on strengths, and whatever your weakness is, or the ways to offset that weakness.

          If you're strength is in graphic arts, you don't want a coach who made their money in PPC and who is going to tell you to do PPC... especially if you have no interest in it, or would just in general suck at it for any number of reasons.

          Too many 'coaches' products are really just them telling you to do what they did, and they don't focus enough on YOU... your strengths, your weaknesses.

          Choose your 'coach' on those factors. Do not be afraid to ask them questions either.

          Interview them. You're about to HIRE them.. ask them questions like,

          Are you going to tell me to do PPC?
          Are you going to tell me to run WSO's?
          Are you going to tell me to market on Facebook?

          Ask if them if they will be focusing on teaching you to do something you don't even want to do.

          If they won't answer your questions before you decide to hire them, don't hire them.

          I had a ghostwriting client who hired a coach. My client did not want to market in a specific place, although it was the absolute BEST place for him to market, he thought it 'beneath him.' His coach pushed him to market there, but he refused. This coach happens to be KNOWN for pushing that market and that market only... so why on Earth did my client hire a guy whose entire reputation as a coach was built on marketing to a market that my client didn't even want to be in?

          [EDIT] More to the point though, is why did this coach take on this student? That coach was entirely irresponsible.[/EDIT]



          Needless to say, it went badly for everybody, and my client wound up never doing anything.

          Don't just go on who gets the 'popular coach vote' either. You have to really get to know a potential coaches' plans for you... odds are, they are going to mirror what's worked for him, and that may not mirror what works for YOU.

          A really good coach is going to be able to help you identify an capitalize on YOUR strengths, and show you how to offset your weaknesses, not just tell you to do what he, or she, did.

          Good luck,
          -Dani
          Excellent point. Some people seem to think any action will lead to something good and this is not true. You really need to think and I totally agree with checking out the mentor. Just because someone tells you that they have expert knowledge doesn't mean it is true and also not everyone makes a good mentor. Some people can teach and others can't and since you will have to pay for coaching this could be a losing situation instead of a win. And a deadly setback.
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  • Profile picture of the author Yoong
    I think any IM course or any how to course need to open a persons mindset. Something like from The Last Kind of Scotland

    "Idi Amin: Yes, you are my advisor. You are the only one I can trust in here. You should have told me not to....
    Nicholas Garrigan: I DID!
    Idi Amin: But you did not persuade me, Nicholas. You did not persuade me! "
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    • Profile picture of the author gmil88
      Originally Posted by Yoong View Post

      I think any IM course or any how to course need to open a persons mindset. Something like from The Last Kind of Scotland

      "Idi Amin: Yes, you are my advisor. You are the only one I can trust in here. You should have told me not to....
      Nicholas Garrigan: I DID!
      Idi Amin: But you did not persuade me, Nicholas. You did not persuade me! "
      "
      =)
      Haha great movie
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  • Profile picture of the author Janet Scettrini
    @Danielle,

    That's some good advice. I don't think taking action right away is wrong. I think it's MORE a matter of WHAT action to take.

    J
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  • Profile picture of the author John Taylor
    The fundamental problem with your proposal...

    Coaching where if you follow the exact steps they give you and go through with everything, you are guaranteed to start making money.
    ...is that you are seeing coaching as a transaction where
    only your expectations are stated.

    Coaching is a two way street. Any coach worth his or her
    salt will want to know if the client will be capable of meeting
    their expectations.

    There is no way of guaranteeing any level of income unless
    you know you can trust your client to be honest about their
    skills, knowledge and experience; be committed to the process;
    and be willing to put in all the required effort.

    Paying a coach doesn't absolve you of responsibility, it makes
    you accountable for your actions.

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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Bright
    I would say your decision to get a coach from the outset is a good one, far better spending your money their rather than on some naff e-book.

    However what is it you want to do online, that will be the big factor in deciding who you go with and what you do. Try and focus on the end result and that will guide you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Janet Scettrini
    Quickly I'll go over the human reward system. If you pay a coach to teach you, you've rewarded your brain. If you buy a ton of products, each one of those rewards your brain. Avoid false reward processes.

    The best reward for your brain? Making progress. Making money. These give traction and motivation. A little "win" will result in a lot more motivation when you're losing it to the grind.

    J
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    • Profile picture of the author Kev Gowing
      There are hundreds of people offering coaching programs but it's choosing the right one.
      Do you want coaching on the full spectrum of internet marketing or do you want to learn a particular business model (affiliate marketing, copywriting, seo services etc)?
      Once you know the type of coaching you want then just do some research into that market and do your due diligence on any individual you consider.
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      • Profile picture of the author SuccessMarketer
        I reckon that unless you are extremelly disciplined to follow through some of the very good systems for sale on the warrior forum, a mentor/coach is a MUST. Some people take action but in my experience I have taken a lot of action. the problem was... the ladder was leaning against the wrong wall... SO, a coach can tell you where to put the right action and stop wasting you time and money (in this order, remember you can always make more money BUT you CAN'T make more time...). In a nutshell, you need PRODUCTIVE action and a PLAN to follow. my 2 cents
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    • Profile picture of the author VanessaB
      Originally Posted by Janet Scettrini View Post

      Quickly I'll go over the human reward system. If you pay a coach to teach you, you've rewarded your brain. If you buy a ton of products, each one of those rewards your brain. Avoid false reward processes.

      The best reward for your brain? Making progress. Making money. These give traction and motivation. A little "win" will result in a lot more motivation when you're losing it to the grind.

      J
      Janet...
      Ahh... ok, well, let's define what a 'coach' does. Here's one of the fundamental problems with 'coaching' in this market.

      The most common definition of a 'coach' (outside of IM) relates to sports.

      Now, a 'sports' coach's job is to take one athlete, or a team of athletes, and turn them into WINNERS....

      The coach has many ways of doing this, for both singular athletes and teams...

      Now, in the case of the singular athlete, let's just say a tennis player... well this tennis player's greatest asset (strength) is a backhand that cannot be beaten... and perhaps his/her weakness is his/her forehand swing... well since there are no 'teammates' to offset that weakness, the coach has to find a weakness in the opponent, a weakness which his own athletes strength(s) can overcome in order to defeat the other player.

      But, in IM, we're talking about business, and the reality is, that teams are an essential part of a successful businesses structure and growth... so in this area, a coach needs to be looking for the students strengths, and teaching the student to capitalize on that, teaching the student to find the competitions weaknesses and capitalize on his or her own strengths or the strengths of his 'team' to overtake the competition.

      Additionally, that coach should be coaching on that.... what the STUDENT is strong in, and how to build the teams to overcome the weak areas.

      And that's even microniches. Let's say I took a coaching class on WP, but there is just one part of the process that I simply don't 'grasp'.... I'd want my coach to say, 'this is a weakness. do this to cover the cost of hiring this out and go here to do so, and this is what you tell them you want....."

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  • Profile picture of the author terrencewan
    Please ask yourself some questions before you
    look for a coach, the following are some of the
    questions :

    Can you GUARANTEE :

    - You can follow exactly what the coach teach you?
    - You can stay focus on IM for a period of 2 years?
    - You can be consistent on your work on IM?
    - You can be very persistent to work on IM even if you don't see the results soon?
    - You are very keen in learning.
    - You wouldn't give-up even if something terrible happen.
    - etc.

    My point is to let you know,
    it works in 2 directions,
    so what if you have the best coach in the world?
    But you sleep all day, busy doing other things,
    not keen to learn, don't want to do whatever is
    told to you, always have your own ways of doing things,
    etc.
    I have seen so many people pointing fingers at others
    except themselve, so if you are really committed,
    serious, and ready, then you can start to look for
    a coach.

    Put yourself in the coach's shoes, will you take in
    students that are plain lazy, always argue with you,
    do not do what was told, etc.?

    For me, i wouldn't take in student like that,
    is a waste of time and effort.
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  • Profile picture of the author prbinc
    Dani,

    Great advice. I just started with a coach and so far everything is going great. I do see the possibility though of being directed into a marker I may not feel comfortable with. Wish I would have had your advice earlier.

    Randy
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Loop
    I do offer IM coaching but it's acceptance-based. You can check it out at the link below to see if it's the right fit for you and what you're looking to accomplish.

    DCincome - Private Coaching with Matthew Loop

    Thanks.

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  • Profile picture of the author steveduval
    Originally Posted by gmil88 View Post

    Hello warriors,

    I was wondering if anyone knew of any coaching programs or fellow warriors that offered IM coaching. Coaching where if you follow the exact steps they give you and go through with everything, you are guaranteed to start making money.

    Obviously I know that there will most likely be a fee involved so I am prepared for this and do not have a problem with paying for the coaching as long as it is a trusted coach, that has successfully trained other people to make money online. I'm not talking about a couple bucks a month but a minimum of $1,000 a month.

    If anyone knows of anything like this, then please share. I believe that having a coach/mentor is extremely important in IM, and know that there are people like this who aren't just talking out of their a$. Thanks warriors.
    I know that Tristan Ball coaching is one of the best out there, he offs a full refund if after your training you don't make any money. Another one that I am involved in the the six figure mentors

    You are doing the right thing looking for coaching, when I started out I thought I knew it all, how wrong I was, I got some coaching and have never looked back.

    Good Luck My Friend

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    • Profile picture of the author gmil88
      Originally Posted by steveduval View Post

      I know that Tristan Ball coaching is one of the best out there, he offs a full refund if after your training you don't make any money. Another one that I am involved in the the six figure mentors

      You are doing the right thing looking for coaching, when I started out I thought I knew it all, how wrong I was, I got some coaching and have never looked back.

      Good Luck My Friend

      Steve Duval

      Thank you Steve, I'm actually looking into Tristan's coaching offer currently. Thanks for the kind words. Take care.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ross Petal
    Hey Gmil,

    I agree with the other guys. I am also a newbie and the only way you can build a proper business online is by going through a good coaching program to learn best practices and strategies.

    I was a boring Accountant before embarking on a IM career but the only way, I can learn this new market/career is to be coached by a good guru. I don't mind investing as long as I can build a solid consistent business online.

    Now I'm just a boring Internet Marketer looking for the right guru! I've got a lot to learn.
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    • Profile picture of the author gmil88
      Originally Posted by ross007 View Post

      Hey Gmil,

      I agree with the other guys. I am also a newbie and the only way you can build a proper business online is by going through a good coaching program to learn best practices and strategies.

      I was a boring Accountant before embarking on a IM career but the only way, I can learn this new market/career is to be coached by a good guru. I don't mind investing as long as I can build a solid consistent business online.

      Now I'm just a boring Internet Marketer looking for the right guru! I've got a lot to learn.

      Absolutely, the biggest problem that most newbies/beginners face is not focusing on one specific thing and trying a bunch of different methods at once. This will never make you money, and a good coach will keep you focused and will have a detailed plan of action for you so that you know exactly what needs to be done to become successful.
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  • Originally Posted by gmil88 View Post

    Hello warriors,

    I was wondering if anyone knew of any coaching programs or fellow warriors that offered IM coaching. Coaching where if you follow the exact steps they give you and go through with everything, you are guaranteed to start making money.

    Obviously I know that there will most likely be a fee involved so I am prepared for this and do not have a problem with paying for the coaching as long as it is a trusted coach, that has successfully trained other people to make money online. I'm not talking about a couple bucks a month but a minimum of $1,000 a month.

    If anyone knows of anything like this, then please share. I believe that having a coach/mentor is extremely important in IM, and know that there are people like this who aren't just talking out of their a$. Thanks warriors.

    I don't think anyone will guarantee you will 100% make money. I had a coaching student who after going through researching and selecting a niche he said I don't want to do this crap, you take care of it, I asked what about the product, he said why am I paying you for? In any case imagine if I guaranteed this communist to make money? Needless to say he goes in my student failure column which is a low number but still some people can't be guaranteed to make money they are just to lazy, spoiled, entitled and blame others (communist).
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  • Profile picture of the author troy23
    IM only comes down to a few things. If someone guarantees you will make large sums they are basically lying and will take your money. There is nothing they will show you which you won't find on the internet or even in this forum. It's all really down to your effort. Don't line the pockets of these conmen.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex.R
    Coach, Teacher, Mentor, all these names are for the process of someone learning
    you how to do something. I like to use the term mentor where IM is concerned.
    Idealy you want your mentor to be using the actual method he/she is teaching you.
    Someone who is using and has used for sometime on a daily basis. That dosen't
    always guarantee that the person can convey their program to a wide audience.

    It's like a teacher in a school classroom, all the pupils will be at different learning
    levels, some will excel, while others will really struggle. How do you make it a level
    playing field for all concerned, very difficult.

    Most IM products are taught at arms length, by that i mean you are not going to
    have any direct contact with the person concerned. You get stuck on some point
    and you are not sure what was intended, you need that question answered before
    you feel confident to proceed, and this will happen numerous times. What do you do,
    you haven't got someone sitting at the side of you that you can turn around and ask
    the question, what does this mean? explain to me. No telephone contact, you maybe
    able to get the odd email answered but that may take some time. That person is not
    going to be on call at a momments notice just to answer your questions, nobody has
    got that kind off time to give.

    It's no wonder people get despondent with a course when they come up against a
    problem and no quick way of getting an answer, so they jump from program to program.
    You will never get the internet teaching that you would get in a school classroom,
    not yet anyway. Maybe someone in the future will devise a way around this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Isaiah Jackson
    I recommend imwithjamie.com for coaching it seems pretty good. I'm also using it its really good coaching

    Originally Posted by gmil88 View Post

    Hello warriors,

    I was wondering if anyone knew of any coaching programs or fellow warriors that offered IM coaching. Coaching where if you follow the exact steps they give you and go through with everything, you are guaranteed to start making money.

    Obviously I know that there will most likely be a fee involved so I am prepared for this and do not have a problem with paying for the coaching as long as it is a trusted coach, that has successfully trained other people to make money online. I'm not talking about a couple bucks a month but a minimum of $1,000 a month.

    If anyone knows of anything like this, then please share. I believe that having a coach/mentor is extremely important in IM, and know that there are people like this who aren't just talking out of their a$. Thanks warriors.
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