What's The Best MasterMind or Coaching Program You Joined?

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Hey Guys,

I joined Alex Jeffreys Coaching program recently. So far his content is some of the best I've seen on IM (and this is not a promotion of any kind).

So I wanted to ask you what coaching programs or mastermind groups have you found to be good and why?

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Romeo90
    I have never felt the need to join a coaching programme so far, as I have had great success in my first 6 months or so as an IM - and I have only failed at one project out of five.

    I guess I am one of the lucky ones, as I see people on here that haven't made a dime in months, or even years of trying.

    I will search for alex Jeffreys though.
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    • Profile picture of the author Heathj
      I recently joined Chris Farrell. I am pretty happy so far, his website is full of how to video's. He really takes a new person by the hand and shows them step by step, how to start an online business.
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  • Profile picture of the author ShaneBoyd
    Dan Kennedy is still the best "Marketing" mastermind group around. Most (if not all) of the big name internet marketing gurus are part of his mastermind.

    Frank Kern is a great case in point. He's been a member of GKIC for years now. He simply takes what's working offline and figures out a way to make it work online.

    So I think Dan Kennedy is the best, hands down.

    However, if you're new to marketing and internet marketing, then Chris Farrell is excellent to learn from. Just join his program for around 5 bucks (I think it's still $5 for his trial), sit down with a cup of java and plan to watch videos for about 3 hours. His information is really good and very easy to follow.
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  • Profile picture of the author tristatemedia
    i was with chris farrel for 6 months.....i go around in circles and then coem back to his concept. his thing is that you must have a list..............must .....must......he is very right.....very right. i left him because he did not cover cpa or affliate marketing.
    but, NO ONE EXPLAINS THINGS THE WAY HE DOES, (HE HAS THE GIFT OF GAP, HE USE TO BE A RADIO DJ AND HIS VOICE IS VERY COMFORTING, MAKES YOU FEEL YOU WILL GET RICH TOMORROW) I AM ON 3 COACH....THEY PRETTY MUCH SUCK.....
    SO, FROM THIS FORUM: my next coach will probably be kenster or williamsr
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    • Profile picture of the author Kenster
      Originally Posted by Artone View Post

      Coaches that I can recommennd from personal experience are:
      KENSTER
      CHRIS FARRELL
      LIZ TOMEY

      Kenster and Chris Farrell had programs open the last time I looked. I'm not sure about Liz T.

      I believe SEAN DONAHOE is soon to be launching a Mentor Program and I would say, from my own experience of the training he gives with his products, it should be well-worth joining.
      Originally Posted by Miriam Higginbotham View Post

      I would have to say for a newbie that Chris Farrell is an excellent choice. He has a wonderful way of teaching and making it very easy to do. He constantly keeps you up to date on the changes in IM. I learned quite a bit from him. Also, Kenster's Six Figure Alliance is an excellent mastermind group!! I am a member but no affiliate links here. I love this group!! I am learning a lot and the support is top-notch!
      Originally Posted by tristatemedia View Post

      i was with chris farrel for 6 months.....i go around in circles and then coem back to his concept. his thing is that you must have a list..............must .....must......he is very right.....very right. i left him because he did not cover cpa or affliate marketing.
      but, NO ONE EXPLAINS THINGS THE WAY HE DOES, (HE HAS THE GIFT OF GAP, HE USE TO BE A RADIO DJ AND HIS VOICE IS VERY COMFORTING, MAKES YOU FEEL YOU WILL GET RICH TOMORROW) I AM ON 3 COACH....THEY PRETTY MUCH SUCK.....
      SO, FROM THIS FORUM: my next coach will probably be kenster or williamsr


      Thanks for the shout outs!!

      At the end of the day, even more important than what coach you pick, is how you are as a student. Your coach can only do so much and it's up to you to take action, which is by far the most important variable in the success formula.

      So absolutely do your research on coaches (there are many great ones and just as many terrible ones) but also actively look to become a better student as well!

      Good luck all!
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    • Originally Posted by tristatemedia View Post

      ANOTHER THING, always use your credit to buy coaching just incase you get scammed. it happened to me. paypal will not help you.
      Paypal will not help you? They should help you because they have a Dispute Department that will go to bat for you. It's the Dispute Department's job to handle any complaints you want to file against a bad merchant. In fact, I always prefer to use PayPal when I buy stuff online because that way I know that I have dual protection in the event of a worst case scenario: PayPal's Dispute Department and my credit cards Dispute Department. PayPal once helped me when a merchant did me wrong and they acted as if they really cared in doing what it takes to help me resolve a bad transaction to my complete satisfaction. A Dispute Department is like a police agency or a lawyer. They're there to defend you when a merchant acts unethically in an attempt to screw you over. For example, by failing to give you a refund, or any other dirty deed that constitutes a breach of good business practice.
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  • Profile picture of the author TonyBabb
    I used Alex Jeffreys and was very happy with the content and training. I've used others as well, but they were for more specific things.
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  • Profile picture of the author dstarr
    Guys, I've been a member of several training and coaching programmes (British Spelling ha! ).
    I've been coached or bought courses by:
    Kevin Riley - Great for newbies, step-by-step. Very helpful guy too.
    Darren Monroe - Not step by step, encourages you to think for yourself more but v successful as well.
    Aravindh Sridhar - Does NOT currently offer coaching. He is V expensive & hand selects people who are going to do all the homework, without excuses. Do what he says, you WILL make money. Specialises in Amazon Affiliate, Kindle, WP Plugins & Software.
    Alex Jeffries - Brilliant, straight forward information, some of the best, I've ever encountered. Google his name, the testimonals are everywhere. That is not by chance. He has helped many people!
    Glen Hopkins - Great teacher, shows exactly what to do with his Lucrative List Building Secrets.

    If there is one piece of advice I can give you guys, is to do the following:
    1) Don't just buy from people selling micro-products ie solution to a small problem. Buy someone who shows you the whole picture. This way you really get to understand the business model and how to adapt it for your needs.
    2) Look for testimonials everywhere, not the fake affiliate ones, but the ones where people have nothing to gain, ie the ones where they don't even have their website linked back from the testimonial.
    3) Look for rock solid Guarantees.
    4) If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Push button $$$$ is BS, it always has been and always will be. Yes there are ways to automate things, but if there was a button to push that could do that, everyone would do it. These things are normally spammy, get your accounts deleted and give you a bad rep. I know, I've been in online marketing since 2006.
    5) Network with people in your industry. Add them on FB, Skype, Twitter, Reply to their emails - Yes even the one's from aweber and the like. Become friends with many people and you gain also from their experience. Add value to every relationship. You may do something better than others or offer some of your time, if your skills aren't quite there yet.
    6) Make a name for your self. Brand. Let people know who you are and what you specialise in. That way people come to you, to JV about what you do best.
    7) Build a list. My Method after trying many is Solo ads, then ad swaps. Giveaways work as well, but much lower conversions as there are like 100 other people competing for their $$ and the giveaway mindset, doesn't really place value on your offerings.
    8) Invest in your future, accept you will fail and make mistakes all along the way, anyone with any success knows, this is a part of the journey. Take it on the chin and move on. I've bought tons of crap in the past. If I didn't buy it, I wouldn't know if it worked for me or not. It's a learning process, don't beat yourself up for it. Learn and move forward
    There is my 2 cents / 2 pence worth
    I hope you find it useful, and if you have questions. PM me
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  • Profile picture of the author lovelysue
    I haven't joined a mastermind group yet- but when I do - definitely Dan Kennedy's GKIC: for the networking opportunities. So far- I'm going with one on one coaching not because it much better than the mastermind or group coaching but because it suits me. I sort out business issues but also work on personal stuff as well.

    tristatemedia - I'm really curious - how can you be scammed with coaching. You can get bad coaching or advise giving labeled as coaching but to get scammed ... I honestly don't get it.
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    • Profile picture of the author cookie58
      Originally Posted by lovelysue View Post

      I haven't joined a mastermind group yet- but when I do - definitely Dan Kennedy's GKIC: for the networking opportunities. So far- I'm going with one on one coaching not because it much better than the mastermind or group coaching but because it suits me. I sort out business issues but also work on personal stuff as well.

      tristatemedia - I'm really curious - how can you be scammed with coaching. You can get bad coaching or advise giving labeled as coaching but to get scammed ... I honestly don't get it.
      Easy , You Pay then Up Front , they Don`t contact you for Weeks , Then you ask for a refund , they refuse , Scammed , Simple !! .
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      • Profile picture of the author Tintin4u
        Hello dstarr,

        Can you provide more information on Aravindh Sridhar coaching program?Thanks,
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    • Profile picture of the author AdwordsMogul
      Originally Posted by ShaneBoyd View Post

      Dan Kennedy is still the best "Marketing" mastermind group around. Most (if not all) of the big name internet marketing gurus are part of his mastermind.

      Frank Kern is a great case in point. He's been a member of GKIC for years now. He simply takes what's working offline and figures out a way to make it work online.

      So I think Dan Kennedy is the best, hands down.

      However, if you're new to marketing and internet marketing, then Chris Farrell is excellent to learn from. Just join his program for around 5 bucks (I think it's still $5 for his trial), sit down with a cup of java and plan to watch videos for about 3 hours. His information is really good and very easy to follow.
      Originally Posted by lovelysue View Post

      I haven't joined a mastermind group yet- but when I do - definitely Dan Kennedy's GKIC: for the networking opportunities. So far- I'm going with one on one coaching not because it much better than the mastermind or group coaching but because it suits me. I sort out business issues but also work on personal stuff as well.

      tristatemedia - I'm really curious - how can you be scammed with coaching. You can get bad coaching or advise giving labeled as coaching but to get scammed ... I honestly don't get it.
      Agreed. However there is a catch - there is truly no B.S. in this stuff - you have to do the work.

      In addition Eben Pagan is a genius too. Again, if you're building a serious business these are the guys to go to.
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  • Profile picture of the author ysckyler
    I personally join rank and pillage gold membership. In the basic course, they just teaches you how to do seo, but when you upgrade to gold membership, you be given a 90days or so boot camp, brian and aidan will show you step by step process how to build a authority site in 90 days the mostly free way and the tools they use to do it.
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  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    Need urls to these coaching programs as I haven't heard of some of them.

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    • Profile picture of the author Artone
      Coaches that I can recommennd from personal experience are:
      KENSTER
      CHRIS FARRELL
      LIZ TOMEY

      Kenster and Chris Farrell had programs open the last time I looked. I'm not sure about Liz T.

      I believe SEAN DONAHOE is soon to be launching a Mentor Program and I would say, from my own experience of the training he gives with his products, it should be well-worth joining.
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  • Profile picture of the author blogmarketer
    Seems to be the day for "What's the best xxxx" threads...

    For me, the "$100k Results" program is hands-down the best. Disclaimer: I don't think it's intended to be a complete "stand-alone" coaching program, as it's geared towards helping you get "results" from whatever you might already be doing.

    That said, those guys - particularly Michael, the author of their courses - is absolutely the most knowledgable, real-world experienced internet marketer I've ever read or listened to, and it really comes across. Simply a phenomenal teacher.

    There is a review on here somewhere. The URL is $100k Results Internet Marketing Membership

    Kim
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    • Profile picture of the author sanjaysharma
      Originally Posted by blogmarketer View Post

      Seems to be the day for "What's the best xxxx" threads...

      For me, the "$100k Results" program is hands-down the best. Disclaimer: I don't think it's intended to be a complete "stand-alone" coaching program, as it's geared towards helping you get "results" from whatever you might already be doing.

      That said, those guys - particularly Michael, the author of their courses - is absolutely the most knowledgable, real-world experienced internet marketer I've ever read or listened to, and it really comes across. Simply a phenomenal teacher.

      There is a review on here somewhere. The URL is $100k Results Internet Marketing Membership

      Kim
      completely agree with you. This is one of my top 3 courses.

      Sanjay Sharma
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  • Profile picture of the author loi77
    I am currently coached by William Souza, he is great!
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  • Profile picture of the author Osahon Urubusi
    It might help you to define what exactly you want from a coach, then use that to filter all the names you getting.

    Ref Dstarr's post, you'll see different approaches.

    What should you look for? This is from Ken Blanchard, The One Minute manger Guy, A Coach:
    • Creates a safe environment in which people see themselves more clearly; the coach does this by listening, asking focused questions, reflecting back, challenging, and acknowledging the client
    • Asks for more intentional thought, action, and behavior changes than the client would have asked of him or herself
    • Clarifies goals and agreed-upon results
    • Identifies gaps between where the client is and where the client needs or wants to be
    • Helps the client develop a strong strategy and action plan to close the gap
    • Understands and anticipates potential obstacles
    • Guides the building of the structure, accountability, and support necessary to ensure sustained commitment
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  • Profile picture of the author notquiteaguru
    Well, I have to agree that it depends on what you are looking for. I have actually been in several coaching programs and the range in cost and value is huge $50 programs through a $500 program. I can tell you that the two most expensive ones have been the worst for me personally. I'm not going to post who they are but feel free to PM and ask me.

    I think you are in one of the better ones for a new marketer. I seriously considered the Chris Farrell program. It gets great reviews in general so i don't think you can go wrong if you are a newbie with that one. For my personal opinions here are two that I like for new/intermediate marketers. (Both purchased as WSO, I think the second one is still live)

    Alex Jeffries: excellent lots of detail. Pretty good pace. This one is personal preference but his program is not Drip Fed so you can go at a faster pace if you want to which I think is a plus. The only think I don't like is that his videos are very long. Overall though, great value & great instruction. Definitely learned a lot from this one and there is a forum to interact with other marketers which is always a huge plus in this industry.

    "My internet income coaches" - Liz Tomey/Jeff Dedrick: This course over delivers like gangbusters! In terms of value for me this is absolutely #1. Liz does all of the teaching. She is a good instructor, maybe not the most polished (I like this it shows she is human) but knowledgeable, and entertaining. This one is drip fed so you might feel like it holds you back a little bit. for example, the entire first month is dedicated to setting up your sales funnel. The videos are a good length so it is perfect to digest in smaller pieces as well as easy to go back to if you need a quick refresher.
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  • Profile picture of the author Osahon Urubusi
    Someone said that the mark of a great coach or teacher is his/her ability to replicate himself and his students can do exactly the same things he does.

    If you find any of the coaches who have ex-students producing the same kind of results, there's your winner.
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  • Profile picture of the author AbdullahKaragoz
    I think it's important to know:
    • How the coaching is going to be: some videos/PDF's pluss conference calls, Skype sessions, email or what?
    • What the business model they're teaching: following your passion to write ebooks, building authority sites, niche sites, service sites, affiliate marketing, membership sites or what?
    • How much minimum work/money needed to invest?
    • What is the expected results?
    • The learning style: step by step instructions, or just motivation and mindset coaching?

    There's a lot of coaching programs, but in their sales letters, there are just some wow wows, and the results they are promising.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tech Diva
      Originally Posted by AbdullahKaragoz View Post

      I think it's important to know:
      • How the coaching is going to be: some videos/PDF's pluss conference calls, Skype sessions, email or what?
      • What the business model they're teaching: following your passion to write ebooks, building authority sites, niche sites, service sites, affiliate marketing, membership sites or what?
      • How much minimum work/money needed to invest?
      • What is the expected results?
      • The learning style: step by step instructions, or just motivation and mindset coaching?

      There's a lot of coaching programs, but in their sales letters, there are just some wow wows, and the results they are promising.
      These are valuable questions. I would look at the internet marketer that has had success doing what you want to do (i.e. selling in general, selling info products, making info products, making videos, doing product launches, using social media...) and consider their program.

      I'm a fan of Dan Kennedy (books), Frank Kern (his Mass Control program) and Eben Pagan (his Guru Mastermind, Guru Masterclass, Get Altitude, Wake Up Productive and Action Coaching series). Eben offers follow-up coaching sessions with his team of coaches that each specialize in different areas: traffic generation/SEO, developing a product and launch, copywriting, videos, and technical help with setting up your website. Their specialized knowledge and one-on-one interaction can be super helpful, especially if you're stuck with your website or your idea. It's practical and hands-on.

      Here's a link to get a sense of what he offers:
      Altitude | Making Money Training For Entrepreneurs
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  • Profile picture of the author Chronic IM
    Hello!

    Dan Kennedy is one of the best marketing mastermind group ever. They're lessons are easy to follow, understandable and very suitable for any level skills. You should also try their lessons cause I do think they're really understandable for any levels.

    Best of Luck!
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    • Profile picture of the author oscarb
      That's hard to answer because it really depends on you: what your background and experience has been and what your goals are.
      A good coaching or mastermind program is only as good as the people who make use of it, regardless of the coach or mastermind facilitator.
      That said, I have my favorites and I am by no means an expert coachee.
      One of the best programs out there isn't well known. It's by an Englishman named Alex Goodall. I don't want to violate the TOS here, so I'll just leave you with his name. I think the program is called Internet Professionals Master Agenda. What's great about his approach is that it takes the 3,000-foot view. He teaches you that most Internet marketing courses and training only bite off a piece here or there but they leave out the big picture and strategy that you really need to succeed. He gets into things like mindset but also practical stuff like time management, planning, tracking, strategy and so on. His main point is that it doesn't make any sense to rush out and start picking a market and pitching to a market if you don't have the big picture down. There are stages to marketing and to running any business. You don't run before you walk.
      Another person I'd highly recommend is Jared Elvidge, who started as an affiliate marketer. I don't know if he's still offering coaching but he had a coaching program that was reasonably priced late last year.
      Alex Jeffries, Chris Farrell and Sterling Valentine are also top notch and I'm sure I've left several of my list who are great.
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  • Profile picture of the author jdooley13
    Alex Jeffreys and Sterling Valentine are the two I would recommend out of all the programs I have purchased.
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  • Profile picture of the author amuro
    John Thornhill's One Month Mentor. I am still going through that now.

    Best of all I got one of Dave Nicholson's best products and Omar Martin's My Unfair Advantage course FREE after buying through their joint affiliate link.
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  • I would have to say it is Enlightened Beings with Jafree Ozwald, and they even have a free Affiliate program which makes it just perfect!
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  • I would have to say for a newbie that Chris Farrell is an excellent choice. He has a wonderful way of teaching and making it very easy to do. He constantly keeps you up to date on the changes in IM. I learned quite a bit from him. Also, Kenster's Six Figure Alliance is an excellent mastermind group!! I am a member but no affiliate links here. I love this group!! I am learning a lot and the support is top-notch!
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  • Profile picture of the author 8485marketing
    Anyone had the pleasure of working with Lee McIntyre? I can see that he is running two coaching programs at the moment, one for $1k and one for $5k....? Both have been playing on my mind. Anyone with first hand experience care to feed back?
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  • Profile picture of the author MMateo23
    I am thinking about that myself. Right now, I'm trying to decide between Alex Jeffreys and Kenster. Does anyone else have any ideas?
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    • Profile picture of the author Kenster
      Originally Posted by MMateo23 View Post

      I am thinking about that myself. Right now, I'm trying to decide between Alex Jeffreys and Kenster. Does anyone else have any ideas?
      Thanks and Alex has a great coaching program as well from what I've heard.

      At the end of the day, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE remember that the student (not the coach) is a more important variable in any coaching program. The student needs to be motivated, willing to take action, and willing to work their tales off. Coaches can give guidance and help students overcome obstacles but it's really up to the student to roll up their sleeves and do the dirty work.

      Best of luck...LOTS of great coaches mentioned on this entire thread!
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      • Profile picture of the author jpsilver
        Originally Posted by Kenster View Post

        Thanks and Alex has a great coaching program as well from what I've heard.

        At the end of the day, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE remember that the student (not the coach) is a more important variable in any coaching program. The student needs to be motivated, willing to take action, and willing to work their tales off. Coaches can give guidance and help students overcome obstacles but it's really up to the student to roll up their sleeves and do the dirty work.

        Best of luck...LOTS of great coaches mentioned on this entire thread!
        I have to agree with Kenster here as success in any good coaching programme is in direct proportion to the action that the student takes.
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  • Profile picture of the author 8485marketing
    Absolutely without any doubt, the following 4 names are people I have had dealings with in high end products and or coaching for specific areas of IM that I am working on so that I had a broad and near complete overview of how running an online business works.

    Lee McIntyre
    John Thornhill
    Chris Farrell
    Alex Jeffries

    Their programs have turned out great success for my business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eldon
    Chris Ferrell seems to a winner for newbies. And the price is pretty inexpensive. But is there large up sells, and how much personalization do you get? I am interested in joining this one.
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  • Profile picture of the author iSoftware
    People learn best from each other - whatever you do I encourage you to look for something with a live (ex. skype) interactive component. Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author DOWEYRD
    Originally Posted by The Marketeer View Post

    Hey Guys,

    I joined Alex Jeffreys Coaching program recently. So far his content is some of the best I've seen on IM (and this is not a promotion of any kind).

    So I wanted to ask you what coaching programs or mastermind groups have you found to be good and why?

    Thanks
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