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Anyone have any recommendations for a proven sustainable coaching progam? Something under a grand, but has results within thirty days?
Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author MValmont
    Just go in the WSO section there are many programs there...

    You can get a step by step system for under $100...Just make sure to check the reviews of the program and you will end up buying something good. Most of these programs offer a money back guarantee too so if it sucks, get a refund.
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    • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
      Originally Posted by MValmont View Post

      Just go in the WSO section there are many programs there...

      You can get a step by step system for under $100...Just make sure to check the reviews of the program and you will end up buying something good. Most of these programs offer a money back guarantee too so if it sucks, get a refund.
      Nice self promotion there
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Originally Posted by Norkali View Post

    Anyone have any recommendations for a proven sustainable coaching progam? Something under a grand, but has results within thirty days?
    Thanks
    You want to be careful who you take your advice from. There are many people online who are making less then $100 per month and they "teach" others how to earn "$1,000's of dollars without lifting a finger".

    It's the "blind leading the blind"and it gets you NOWHERE.
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    • Profile picture of the author MValmont
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      You want to be careful who you take your advice from. There are many people online who are making less then $100 per month and they "teach" others how to earn "$1,000's of dollars without lifting a finger".

      It's the "blind leading the blind"and it gets you NOWHERE.
      I always see people saying this, but I never see ay examples of this...

      Care to give us a few examples of people coaching people who are making no money online?

      I'm asking this because, I do coach people online and sometimes by Skypes and let me tell you...It would be pretty much impossible to coach someone without actually making money online. How would I answer the questions?


      I actually trust more the people who offer 1 on 1 coaching than the people with an affiliate link in their signature. THESE people are the ones that often don't know what they are talking about and they sadly offer advice on forums to get views for their signature (in hope of getting click). This is quite sad.
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      • Profile picture of the author lgibbon
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        Originally Posted by MValmont View Post


        Care to give us a few examples of people coaching people who are making no money online?
        We wouldn't be allowed to name them
        as the forum rules don't permit it.
        Besides that, there wouldn't be enough room
        on the page to fit them all in.
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        • Profile picture of the author MValmont
          Originally Posted by lgibbon View Post

          We wouldn't be allowed to name them
          as the forum rules don't permit it.
          Besides that, there wouldn't be enough room
          on the page to fit them all in.

          You tried all of them and got proof of what you re saying? Because if you are 100% sure they don't, why don't you provide the proof...Would be really easy to do...Otherwise, Talk is cheap and THIS could be the only real fraud in this thread.

          Because as I said, I find it really, REALLY hard to believe that someone able to coach people without knowing what to do.

          It's like someone faking to be a DR. Sounds possible on paper, but how would he actually execute this?
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          • Profile picture of the author lgibbon
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            Originally Posted by MValmont View Post

            You tried all of them and got proof of what you re saying? Because if you are 100% sure they don't, why don't you provide the proof...
            No I'm not stupid enough to pay anyone claiming to be a coach here.
            We don't need much proof.
            The bad English and bad grammar are usually a good giveaway.
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            • Profile picture of the author MValmont
              Originally Posted by lgibbon View Post

              No I'm not stupid enough to pay anyone claiming to be a coach here.
              We don't need much proof.
              The bad English and bad grammar are usually a good giveaway.
              Sure, Bad English and marketing skills are super super correlated according to a new Harvard University study...

              Not.

              Logic 101, the new requirement to make it in Online marketing.
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          • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
            Originally Posted by MValmont View Post

            It's like someone faking to be a DR. Sounds possible on paper, but how would he actually execute this?
            You are really unfamiliar with the concept of a con man??

            The perpetrator of a confidence trick (or "con trick") is often referred to as a confidence (or "con") man, con-artist, or a "grifter". Samuel Thompson (18211856) was the original "confidence man." Thompson was a clumsy swindler who asked his victims to express confidence in him by giving him money or their watch rather than gaining their confidence in a more nuanced way. A few people trusted Thompson with their money and watches.[1] Thompson was arrested in July 1849. Reporting about this arrest, Dr. James Houston, a reporter of the New York Herald, publicized Thompson by naming him the "Confidence Man".[2] Although Thompson was an unsuccessful scammer, he gained reputation as a genius operator mostly because Houston's satirical writing wasn't understood.[2] The National Police Gazette coined the term "confidence game" a few weeks after Houston first used the name, the "confidence man."[2]

            A confidence trick is also known as a con game, a con, a scam, a grift, a hustle, a bunko (or bunco), a swindle, a flimflam, a gaffle or a bamboozle. The intended victims are known as "marks", "suckers", or "gulls" (i.e., gullible). When accomplices are employed, they are known as shills. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confidence_trick
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        • Profile picture of the author Gambino
          Originally Posted by lgibbon View Post

          We wouldn't be allowed to name them
          as the forum rules don't permit it.
          Besides that, there wouldn't be enough room
          on the page to fit them all in.
          Bingo. I saw a video of a somewhat well known 'coach' who was selling his high-ticket coaching program to newbies by literally saying "there's always someone that knows less than you." It's a shame.
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    • Profile picture of the author Roger Brown
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      You want to be careful who you take your advice from. There are many people online who are making less then $100 per month and they "teach" others how to earn "$1,000's of dollars without lifting a finger".

      It's the "blind leading the blind"and it gets you NOWHERE.
      This is true. Several marketers had been given the boot for doing exactly this.
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      • Profile picture of the author MValmont
        Originally Posted by Roger Brown View Post

        This is true. Several marketers had been given the boot for doing exactly this.
        The warrior forum should require some sort of proof of revenue from anybody making income claim on this website.

        That would fix A LOT of things!!

        This way, all the fraudsters would be gone and all the mad ones, you know those that think EVERYTHING IS A SCAM because they failed couldn't say anything anymore.

        I'm all for it. Warrior forum should implement this right now.
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        • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
          How in the world would anyone be able to prove that the proof was real? Almost everything can be faked.

          The only real way I know of is the one the WSO section has started using. Only if the seller sold their products and made their income through Warrior Payments can they use an income claim. That way the WF staff can verify that indeed Joe sold $197,385.45 of ebooks about training mice to play the piano in 3 hours.

          Other than that, it would be almost impossible to prove.

          Mark

          Originally Posted by MValmont View Post

          The warrior forum should require some sort of proof of revenue from anybody making income claim on this website.

          That would fix A LOT of things!!

          This way, all the fraudsters would be gone and all the mad ones, you know those that think EVERYTHING IS A SCAM because they failed couldn't say anything anymore.

          I'm all for it. Warrior forum should implement this right now.
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          • Profile picture of the author MValmont
            Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

            How in the world would anyone be able to prove that the proof was real? Almost everything can be faked.

            The only real way I know of is the one the WSO section has started using. Only if the seller sold their products and made their income through Warrior Payments can they use an income claim. That way the WF staff can verify that indeed Joe sold $197,385.45 of ebooks about training mice to play the piano in 3 hours.

            Other than that, it would be almost impossible to prove.

            Mark
            What I'm most interested in is the Warrior forum asking for PROOF to the people claiming that everything is a scam.


            It lowers the quality of this forum.
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            • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
              Originally Posted by MValmont View Post

              What I'm most interested in is the Warrior forum asking for PROOF to the people claiming that everything is a scam.

              I would kick out these people so fast their head would spin.

              It lowers the quality of this forum.
              There will always be people who will game the system just human nature would you not agree?
              Ever since I have been a member on here there has been scams , and in the wild days when Allan Says owned it the WSO had some amazing claims and same thing people would complain same as here

              And there is an out for the new owners in the rules and that is take it up with the other person not on here.

              Jason
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            • Profile picture of the author lgibbon
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              Originally Posted by MValmont View Post


              It lowers the quality of this forum.
              What lowers the quality of this forum,
              is the sheer number of members selling
              coaching in their sig files, who have
              absolutely no qualifications at all.
              It wouldn't be allowed in any other profession
              so it shouldn't be allowed here.
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              • Profile picture of the author MValmont
                Originally Posted by lgibbon View Post

                What lowers the quality of this forum,
                is the sheer number of members selling
                coaching in their sig files, who have
                absolutely no qualifications at all.
                It wouldn't be allowed in any other profession
                so it shouldn't be allowed here.
                Look,

                I'm tired of you trying to attack me all the time.

                I sold thousands of this program and I got less than 50 refunds,

                You didn't buy it so you know ABSOLUTELY nothing about this program,

                You have 6000 posts and you NEVER bring any value on this forum,

                People like you should be kick out of this forum so fast their head would spin.

                Let's be honest: In this world there are winners and Losers, and unfortunately for you, you didn't win the genetics lottery. I HIGHLY recommend you to quit online marketing (Wait...did you even actually tried...?) instead of thinking that EVERYTHING is a scam.

                It's none of our business if you are not successful. Stop being mad, stop being paranoid, and especially, stop making a fool of yourself.
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                • Profile picture of the author lgibbon
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                  Originally Posted by MValmont View Post

                  Look,

                  I'm tired of you trying to attack me all the time.
                  Um? I don't remember naming you at all.
                  But if the cap fits...................

                  Originally Posted by MValmont View Post

                  stop making a fool of yourself.
                  There's only one person making a fool of himself in this thread.
                  I'll give you a clue. It's not me.

                  Keep on digging that hole.
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
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  • Profile picture of the author Splatterfox
    Originally Posted by Norkali View Post

    Anyone have any recommendations for a proven sustainable coaching progam? Something under a grand, but has results within thirty days?
    Thanks
    Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

    You want to be careful who you take your advice from. There are many people online who are making less then $100 per month and they "teach" others how to earn "$1,000's of dollars without lifting a finger".

    It's the "blind leading the blind"and it gets you NOWHERE.
    The thing is too many people have huge misconceptions about coaching. Everytime I hear coaching and training I see the words "guaranteed", "5-figures", "hasslefree", "fast" everywhere. Seriously, its not that a coaching can magically make you successful. If you want a guaranteed successful business, buy one. I see the fault also at many coaches themselves though, since they advertise their coachings in an unrealistic and "hype" way.

    I remember a client saying that my eCommerce coaching fee of $97 an hour (so far I had a 100% satisfaction and high retention rate) was too high, since I couldn't guarantee him my own results (six-figure eCommerce sales).

    I always try to emphasize the learning aspect. You want to make longterm money? You have to learn something and execute, not just copy a step-by-step method. Businesses don't work that way. You can see it in the current AliExpress dropshipping scene. Everyone is doing it basically exactly the same way, copying gurus and following "methods", yet more than 95% of them are not making anything.
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    I have to agree with the others on this , there are warriors on the forum now who I have never heard of selling coaching !!! or the ones who used to sell a coaching course but all videos so was hard to get the right feel they no cred at all but some people will be taken in by some these sharks

    I used to pick out 4 warriors a year and coach them for nothing as my way to give back to the WF
    If you decide to go the coaching way ask for refs of students

    Jason
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  • Profile picture of the author 4DayWeekend
    In terms of sustainability, a lot depends on you rather than the program.

    I guess it's a bit like asking which diet is sustainable. Well, all of them will fail if you decide to gauge on cake, ice cream, beer and bottomless french fries the day after you start.

    Weight loss will depend on your will power, effort and sticking to the plan.

    With that in mind, I'd suggest picking coaching in an area that you think you're going to stick to. If you like the idea of CPA, pick a coach who specialises in CPA; if you like affiliate marketing, pick a coach who specialises in affiliate marketing...

    That way you're more likely to find a program that is sustainable for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Don Mann
    Digital Elites by Chuck Nguyen. He is giving away a free downloadable ebook, on what his coaching program shows the steps, he made in 9 months. Over $200K and whole lot more.
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    • Profile picture of the author lgibbon
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      Originally Posted by Don Mann View Post

      Digital Elites by Chuck Nguyen. He is giving away a free downloadable ebook, on what his coaching program shows the steps, he made in 9 months. Over $200K and whole lot more.
      Yes, we've seen the results of his coaching.
      He sends dozens of his puppets to junk post in forums
      with their affiliate links to his site.
      That's real genius.
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      • Profile picture of the author MValmont
        Originally Posted by lgibbon View Post

        Yes, we've seen the results of his coaching.
        He sends dozens of his puppets to junk post in forums
        with their affiliate links to his site.
        That's real genius.
        Got any proof?
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        • Profile picture of the author lgibbon
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          Originally Posted by MValmont View Post

          Got any proof?
          I'm sure the mods can verify this as they've had to remove
          the sig files of numerous members all with the same squeeze
          page that was made for them.
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          • Profile picture of the author MValmont
            Originally Posted by lgibbon View Post

            I'm sure the mods can verify this as they've had to remove
            the sig files of numerous members all with the same squeeze
            page that was made for them.
            You previously said that I'm a scammer and my sig is still here,

            So if I were you, I would't trust my (your) judgment too much

            PS: Looks like your good friend got banned too,

            99% of the people here are not scammer and offer value. Jumping on everyone selling something is not a good strategy.
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            • Profile picture of the author PaulSch
              Originally Posted by MValmont View Post


              99% of the people here are not scammer and offer value.
              Where do you get this figure? Can you back it up or did you just pull it out of the air?
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              • Profile picture of the author lgibbon
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    • Profile picture of the author kandabrewer
      I concur! Chuck's a terrific coach and his coaching program is a steal right now. Get it now before he wises up!
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnVianny
    Coaching program... for WHAT?

    make money online?

    Better you understand the principal steps for free and u take coaching for the crucial steps or the steps you dont know, the crucial one like Email Marketing
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by Norkali View Post

    Anyone have any recommendations for a proven sustainable coaching progam? Something under a grand, but has results within thirty days? Thanks

    Norkali,

    Do you see what's happening in this thread? You are getting suggestions and responses in the way of offers for paid help and others telling you not to go that direction. The truth is, on a public forum like this you will get all kinds of various responses that are all over the map - often times in direct conflict with one another. Who is right? Who is pulling your leg?

    Every selling system and every selling strategy can make you lots of money or it can cause you to lose lots of money. What's the difference?

    You!

    I would venture to say that 95% of what determines how successful any selling system is will depend upon the one implementing it. Can you apply what's needed to make something work? Do you have the intelligence, the discipline, the work ethic, and the never-say-die attitude to "force" your way into the ranks of successful online sellers?

    You've been a member of this forum for 5+ years. I don't know you and your history and I'm not judging you . . . I just bring that fact up to suggest that you haven't yet attacked this business of online selling based on your post in this thread during all those years. Will you do it in the next 5 years?

    Your success won't be gained through any coaching program. You will be profitable because you make it so.

    The very best to you,

    Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author shiftyeyes
    It's probably better to find somebody who wasn't even considering coaching. It could be on any forum, just ask
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  • Profile picture of the author IMarketers2500
    I met a guy on here claiming to be a "former" successful software guy made a twitter software some years ago. We talked on skype he really had me going, then he pretended he was talking to his son or daughter and say i'll call you back and then said they were having a baby. He then asked me to give $6000 to coach me on how to make money online. I realized later he was a high level con man in my opinion, he only had like 100 posts total on this forum.

    What a waste of my 45 minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author amuro
    Originally Posted by Norkali View Post

    Anyone have any recommendations for a proven sustainable coaching progam? Something under a grand, but has results within thirty days?
    Thanks
    I do have just 1 recommendation.

    Mark Ling's AffiloBlueprint.

    Though there are other coaching programs as well and other members having different opinions, his course by far is the best.

    From my experience and results I got from his teachings.
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