How You Can Prepare for the Coming Warrior Forum PROSPERITY. Get ready NOW

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There is a new sheriff/mayor/street sweeper in town.
In case you didn't know, read this thread:
https://www.warriorforum.com/main-in...u-warrior.html

Now is the time to get ready, and be prepared for the exciting opportunities coming your way. And I'm going to tell you HOW to get ready, because if you aren't prepared, you could miss out on your chance for IM success.

See, things are changing, for the better. And soon YOU will have FREE courses you can take to help you decide which IM path is right for you. And, of course, you'll have the chance to part with a little coin too, some goodies do cost you a bit here and there.

But, with this new direction, new revisions, new management comes NEW opportunity, so here is how you can get ready for it.

FIRST, start with YOU. Where you live? See, we are an International forum, Warriors from all over the world. You may live in a country with some built in restrictions. like no PayPal (so you have to use an alternative). Start with:

How will I get the money from my transactions? Could be a check from ClickBank, or could be a Stripe or PayPal transaction, Maybe you'll take Amazon gift cards or BitCoin or GordoBux (new crypto currency-HA!).

Then, in addition to where you live, and what sort of access you have and/or restrictions, what is your situation? A 19 year old college student is in a different place than a 40 year old guy who hates his job. And very different from a 28 year old mother of 2 kids at home.

So you do an ANALYSIS of where you are at, and why? And most importantly what you want to change or what you hope to gain from your IM efforts.

Do a TIME SURVEY. Here's what I know from 30 years of online activity, and 22 years on the www. MOST people over estimate the actual amount of time they have to spend working on their business. Easy for someone to say, I can do 30 40 hours a week because I have nothing else to do and I'm desperate.

I say, NO you can't. Especially if you are desperate.

Now you are aware of where you live and your situation and the time. If you take a couple of hours to write all this down so you can see it, touch it, and make it a reminder of YOUR reality, because there are a lot of fun house mirrors in IM which distort some truths. BE real. Get results.

A- Where do you live? Restrictions? Why live there? Would you rather live some place else.
B-What is your life situation? Circumstances? Current finances? Age? Relationships? Obligations?
C-What skills do you bring with you?

Are you coming here a blank slate? You know NOTHING? Then start right now and dive in the Warrior Forum and get overwhelmed with information on the 101 ideas you will find. Maybe write down anything that interests you or bookmark a few of your favorite posts (like this one).

OR, do you have some skills? Writing? Speaking? Translating? Do you know SEO, MRR, or any of 100 such abbreviations? Any computer skills? Graphic?

You need to know what you don't know, because when the new courses come your way, you will have a good starting point.

Where will YOUR GO space be? Place, circumstances, what you bring along?

Then, study and/or work habits. Listen, if you are desperate, you need to address that situation first because there isn't a fast way to start with zero and get a liveable income quickly, without money and time.

You need either or, and the fastest way is with money. But of course, if you are ready, this forum could be your future source of either a small amount of income or a full time living. You'll find both here already.

IF you get YOURSELF ready and prepared, then the very near future here at the Warrior Fourm is going to give you as much opportunity as you are READY to handle.

Begin right now, where you are at, with what you have.
Open your eyes and see things clearly.
KNOW where you are at, and why you are there now.
Think about where you want to go.
And the path you will take to get wherever that is.
Think about income, and how much you want to have one year from now, and if you stay in reality, in the possible--you can make a lot more money than you think, unless you live in LA LA land where the unicorns poop gold.

Believe me or don't.

But if you are unaware of what is happening, right here, right now...

And you are not preparing for the fresh wave (Tsunami) of opportunity our new Mayor/Sheriff has brought and is bringing to town...

then you are prepared for continued frustration, failure and famine in your Interent Marketing futures.

Now you know. Get YOURSELF ready. Stay tuned. And let's all have some fun and prosper. OK?

GordonJ
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post

    Get YOURSELF ready.
    As noble and sound as this advice is . . . don't expect it to happen very often, if at all. Plenty of opportunities, help, and systems a person might need to be a successful IMer are already here. If you looked, I'm sure you could find dozens of entrepreneurs that would credit the WF as being instrumental in their business education and success.

    The problem is not the forum . . . it's the people (members) in the forum who, for a host of reasons, can't put into action with persistence the steps that are necessary to create, maintain, and profit from an online business.

    I'm not a "people" cynic and I'm not pointing a critical finger at any particular individual, but all throughout my career in small business development I have witnessed the same "disconnect" over and over again. People have the dream of creating and running a business, but those same people have no experience, aptitude, discipline, or "business savvy" that would allow them to be successful as the "boss" of a profitable venture.

    Evidence of this sad fact is all around us:
    • Members trying to start a business with no money to invest
    • Members desperately spending their last $10 to create a living wage income before next month
    • Members by the droves asking for the "cheapest and easiest" _____________ (you fill in the blank)
    • The 95% (or whatever the real number is) failure rate of would-be WF business owners
    • Members unwilling to do their own homework, research, or due diligence on important business issues
    • Members asking others (strangers) how they should spend their money (do successful entrepreneurs do this? - Never)
    • So many members spewing bad business advice (they are not doing it to "trick" or confuse people on purpose - they honestly don't know truth from fiction - what works from what doesn't because they have no first hand personal experience in business)
    • Members claiming they have been scammed by people, services, and products. This is a double-edged sword: the scammers on the supply side, and the buyers on the demand side that fall for wild promises, income screen shots, compelling copy, etc without bothering to check sources, referrals, and other clues that might be helpful. It is a difficult task to discern value prior to purchase for sure; but my point here is that many members fall into the trap of being victims when there are things they could do to take better control of their own investments in their education. True entrepreneurs accept the fact that they are solely responsible for their own time and money.
    • So many members who fall for SOS - the dreaded shiny object syndrome. Some just never can stop themselves from bouncing around trying every new hot strategy that surfaces. There are warnings everywhere all over the forum about this malady, yet many people still can't help themselves.
    So while I have hope for an always improving Warrior Forum under new ownership and management . . . very, very few members are going to address the real critical element in any new business - the owner/creator.


    YOU are the business!


    Here's hoping I'm wrong . . . but working daily in this arena since 1978 I have observed that human nature doesn't basically change except for a very, very few amazing people.


    Nevertheless, bring on the WF changes. Let's see just how good this forum can be!


    Steve
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
      Steve you have been at this game since I was in diapers. And of course, that 40 plus years of experience rings true.

      It is never the forum, it is the individual.

      It is never anything outside of the individual, it is the individual's energy, their choices, their willingness to learn and their openness to practicing, honing skills, rendering service, building their network.

      Like Rapper Jay-Z said....I'm not a businessman, I'm a business, man!

      Reason why the dude is worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

      Thanks for sharing.

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    • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      As noble and sound as this advice is . . . don't expect it to happen very often, if at all. Plenty of opportunities, help, and systems a person might need to be a successful IMer are already here. If you looked, I'm sure you could find dozens of entrepreneurs that would credit the WF as being instrumental in their business education and success.

      The problem is not the forum . . . it's the people (members) in the forum who, for a host of reasons, can't put into action with persistence the steps that are necessary to create, maintain, and profit from an online business.

      I'm not a "people" cynic and I'm not pointing a critical finger at any particular individual, but all throughout my career in small business development I have witnessed the same "disconnect" over and over again. People have the dream of creating and running a business, but those same people have no experience, aptitude, discipline, or "business savvy" that would allow them to be successful as the "boss" of a profitable venture.

      Evidence of this sad fact is all around us:
      • Members trying to start a business with no money to invest
      • Members desperately spending their last $10 to create a living wage income before next month
      • Members by the droves asking for the "cheapest and easiest" _____________ (you fill in the blank)
      • The 95% (or whatever the real number is) failure rate of would-be WF business owners
      • Members unwilling to do their own homework, research, or due diligence on important business issues
      • Members asking others (strangers) how they should spend their money (do successful entrepreneurs do this? - Never)
      • So many members spewing bad business advice (they are not doing it to "trick" or confuse people on purpose - they honestly don't know truth from fiction - what works from what doesn't because they have no first hand personal experience in business)
      • Members claiming they have been scammed by people, services, and products. This is a double-edged sword: the scammers on the supply side, and the buyers on the demand side that fall for wild promises, income screen shots, compelling copy, etc without bothering to check sources, referrals, and other clues that might be helpful. It is a difficult task to discern value prior to purchase for sure; but my point here is that many members fall into the trap of being victims when there are things they could do to take better control of their own investments in their education. True entrepreneurs accept the fact that they are solely responsible for their own time and money.
      • So many members who fall for SOS - the dreaded shiny object syndrome. Some just never can stop themselves from bouncing around trying every new hot strategy that surfaces. There are warnings everywhere all over the forum about this malady, yet many people still can't help themselves.
      So while I have hope for an always improving Warrior Forum under new ownership and management . . . very, very few members are going to address the real critical element in any new business - the owner/creator.


      YOU are the business!


      Here's hoping I'm wrong . . . but working daily in this arena since 1978 I have observed that human nature doesn't basically change except for a very, very few amazing people.


      Nevertheless, bring on the WF changes. Let's see just how good this forum can be!


      Steve
      See Steve, that is your disconnect. Many Warriors, if not most, don't want to start, build or even own a business and as a businessman, a business adviser and business consultant, you always think in those terms.

      Just read the forum and see the cry for help to MAKE MONEY, and that does NOT require one to start a business.

      Most WSO's are geared toward this crowd. Yea, yea, I know and agree with the argument that a business is a better idea, a better long term goal or plan...

      BUT, this is the Warrior Forum. You don't have to have a business for most free lancing opportunities, and free lancing is a huge part of the WF, from SEO to writing, design, copy, and the 101 other things IM needs to have done.

      I'm not arguing against the merits of being a "real" business person, it most certainly is a better long range strategy. BUT, many Warriors just want to make some money, and THEN, maybe, perhaps, will take their lives more seriously and decide what they want to do...

      but in the meantime, they CAN and DO just make some dang money. And if that is their goal for now, then there is no place like the Warrior Forum to get started with some pretty quick, and fast cash coming in.

      GordonJ
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
        Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post


        Just read the forum and see the cry for help to MAKE MONEY, and that does NOT require one to start a business....BUT, this is the Warrior Forum. You don't have to have a business for most free lancing opportunities, and free lancing is a huge part of the WF, from SEO to writing, design, copy, and the 101 other things IM needs to have done.
        I wish you were joking

        That right there is why 90% plus of them make no money. Free lancing IS a part time BUSINESS..

        quality product/service - marketing - getting paid - customer servicing = business

        People figuring they are going to come in and skip all of that is the number one thing that has skunked up the joint.
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          Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

          I wish you were joking

          That right there is why 90% plus of them make no money. Free lancing IS a part time BUSINESS..

          quality product/service - marketing - getting paid - customer servicing = business

          People figuring they are going to come in and skip all of that is the number one thing that has skunked up the joint.
          It has been 25 years since I had a resume business. But, a friend of a friend asked me to do one for her. I accepted her 100 bux. Am I now again in the resume BUSINESS?0

          Same with golf. NO shop, no store, haven't touched a club in 2 decades. But, if someone wanted me to go to the range with them, buy me lunch and slip a Big Ben Franklin to me am I doing business?

          So, UPWORK, or even FIVVER, I give someone 5 bux to do a headline graphic for me, and he delivers the work, I don't care if he is in business or only doing this once in awhile between college classes.

          Babysitters. Businesses?
          Teen who mows my neighbor's lawn. Business?

          A transaction or exchange of any agreed upon value does NOT a business make.

          WSO. Guy shows me how to use Google Docs voice to text for 3.88 in a dime sale. Is he now in business?

          There are 1001 ways to make money without it being a business. There are those who don't believe BITCOIN is a real currency, yet, as long as the parties agree on the exchange, it doesn't matter.

          Likewise, just cause you call all transactions or exchanges a business, does not make it so.

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          • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
            Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post

            It has been 25 years since I had a resume business. But, a friend of a friend asked me to do one for her. I accepted her 100 bux.
            Congratulations

            You've proven my point and Steve's. Over the last 25 years you have made 33 cents a month doing resumes. Wow - the kid at my McDs take out window runs circles around that. Sorry its rare I can say this but I think just about every regular here will agree with me -

            we don't have any interest in this being how to get an odd job forum. Doesn't fiverr have a forum?

            Babysitters. Businesses?
            Teen who mows my neighbor's lawn. Business?
            yes because both require marketing, expansion, customer service and getting paid on a regular basis. Business isn't what I say it is. Its the consistent activity that determines what business is.
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            • Profile picture of the author chessguy
              Is Gordon's vision an official one? The contradiction between posts is strange. The first post sounded excellent. A return to the forum of old...when it was really worthy of the prestige. Making it seem like the forum was aimed at teaching the skills and values needed to make it online. The second post makes it seem like the forum caters to people looking for a temporary thing. Simply hop online, collect a few bucks, then return to your regular life...like an odd job forum. A craigslist of IM of sorts??
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                Originally Posted by chessguy View Post

                Is Gordon's vision an official one? The contradiction between posts is strange. The first post sounded excellent. A return to the forum of old...when it was really worthy of the prestige. Making it seem like the forum was aimed at teaching the skills and values needed to make it online. The second post makes it seem like the forum caters to people looking for a temporary thing. Simply hop online, collect a few bucks, then return to your regular life...like an odd job forum. A craigslist of IM of sorts??
                I think it's fascinating the amount of time we waste talking about "what is the Warrior Forum suppose to be"

                In my view
                you are always going to find people that are here to make a quick buck and leave...

                is that a huge drama?

                Hell no.

                Do you have people that are looking for something "more" and to really take their biz to the next level?

                Yes

                Can both of them co-exist?

                I really think so.

                But making statements about what this forum is about or not... is a bit strange.

                This forum covers a lot of topics and if you disagree with people that are here just to try a different way to make money or to explore different alternatives... then funny wise you are not in the right place.

                The Warrior Forum members need to be patient, tolerant.
                Not everyone is at the same level.
                Not all the 1.3 members are on the same frame of mind.
                And not everyone is ready to take the big step of going full time with a business.


                I am a professional scuba diving instructor and I never asked any of my students:
                Are you keen to learn to dive because you want to be a professional diver or not??? Because if you are not... get the hell out of this Dive Center!!!


                So what about if we try something new... what about if we stop telling other members what this forum is ALL about and we show them with our content, our engagement, our help.

                We are always going to get the ones that just want a quick $... but those ones will stop coming if we keep focusing to provide info that is more geared to the people that are here in the long term....

                My 2 cents.


                have a great weekend all.
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                • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
                  Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post

                  I
                  am a professional scuba diving instructor and I never asked any of my students:
                  Are you keen to learn to dive because you want to be a professional diver or not??? Because if you are not... get the hell out of this Dive Center!!!
                  The problem is not learning. Its teaching. If you are teaching that they should use a tank for deep dives and someone else is saying just take a deep breath and go for it theres going to be a disagreement. So exactly how do we post on an open board and "show them with our content, our engagement, our help" without disagreeing when on an open thread they espouse a contrary approach in the same thread. Its a forum not a single instructor setup. Thats not a new proposition but an old one tried and with said disagreement as a result.

                  Quick odd job buck versus business in many ways are contradictory to each other. The real divide on this board for years now is the kind of advice you get from the flyby and get a quick buck guy/gal and build something that works consistently guy/gal. Its like oil and water . They are not in the least bit compatible. Their mentalities are often polar opposites. This has nothing to do with part time or full time.

                  You indicated you were engaged in SEO then surely you know the fly by link spam fest approach and even grey or white hat are not compatible. They cannot just "get along" unless you separate them into different forums. the problem is people don't come into forums asking questions like - how do I rank a site for a one shot quick take instead they merely ask how do I rank a site? and at that point the clash begins (only not that much now because many of the people who know link spam doesn't work, either don't post or post a lot less than they used to).

                  My previous post was probably not phrased properly. This forum is what ever the owners and admins want it to be (although the same cannot be said for its traffic) . We've all known that basic fact for the last three or so years (and it was so before as well). That is as it should be. What I should have written is that a forum that has the tag line Internet marketing forum (much less the #1 Digital marketing forum) should , as far as the wider public is concerned, be about effective internet marketing.

                  How in the world is getting a gig here and there every year or 25 years even marketing???? Who in the world is slogging though these boards learning site setup, or building a list, or social marketing ins and outs, or modern SEO, or conversion on landing pages so that they can make a buck here or there? and for the love of sensibility how does odd jobs ever translate to anything called "prosperity" the thread title promises is allegedly coming?

                  I guess I AM strange because all that just sounds like the twilight zone to me
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        Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post

        Just read the forum and see the cry for help to MAKE MONEY, and that does NOT require one to start a business.

        Gordon,

        I'm not going to argue with you about what amount of money people here at the WF want to make - that's pointless. Also, I don't know where you live so I don't know what the local business laws say about personal income vs. business income.

        But I'd just like to make two observations about your comments that making money doesn't require one to start a business.

        1. This kind of thinking is one of the main problems that stifles new entrepreneurs - they don't get serious about creating a lasting income and a real business - they think they can just "wing it" and do whatever they want without regard for income tax laws, IRS declarations, local business licenses, etc. This kind of thinking is especially rampant in entrepreuners from under-developed countries that have never had any experience doing business of any kind. I can tell you from years of experience watching local start-ups, this type of attitude is very detrimental. When you don't get serious about trying to run a real business, you have nothing - no asset, no credibility, and no leg to stand on when authorities come knocking asking about your legal status to sell products and services and collect money in exchange.

        2. Once you hit the earned business income threshold, you are "in business" whether you intended to be or not and your activities are no longer classed as a "hobby." I'm not sure what that threshold amount is these days - I believe it used to be $400/year. That amount could vary depending upon your jurisdiction, but don't you think the majority of Warriors come here to make that or more? I do.

        So of course, making a few bucks as an affiliate may not technically mean you are in business. But from what I can tell - that's not what this forum is about. People are here to learn how to make either a full time income or a consistent supplemental income. Certainly it's up to them if they only want to make less than $400/year - that's fine - but that's not why the WF exists IMO. From what I can tell, most members come here to learn how to make sufficient money so they can quit working for someone else.

        The best to all of you,

        Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Steve - Gab has already taken action on several 'issues' that have been discussed to death here. Changes are happening quickly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Kay,

    Yes, I have seen them and I agree with your assessment - it's a real step forward.

    I guess my comment was a little harsh toward WF members, but I stand by what I at least intended to say (maybe the point didn't come across well).

    The real change that will help people here become successful entrepreneurs is the change that has to take place in the members themselves, not so much changes in the forum.

    Obviously, that's just my opinion and time will tell!

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      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      Kay,

      Yes, I have seen them and I agree with your assessment - it's a real step forward.

      I guess my comment was a little harsh toward WF members, but I stand by what I at least intended to say (maybe the point didn't come across well).

      The real change that will help people here become successful entrepreneurs is the change that has to take place in the members themselves, not so much changes in the forum.

      Obviously, that's just my opinion and time will tell!

      Steve
      Steve

      Mate agree 100% some tough luv is the only way to get through , mindset is that free is better and I dont have to push myself if it fails

      The simple answer if you are looking for free this is not the business you should choose , and be prepared for the long days to start with for at least 3 months

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    Lol. Thanks
    no pressure.

    We are working ... we are trying and thanks for the ones that believe and for the ones that want to give some tough love.

    ** Bring it on **
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    the change that has to take place in the members themselves, not so much changes in the forum.
    I think those changes go hand in hand. Quality has declined because standards have been lowered. We know that - we've seen it happen. When you expect more - require better - people will rise to that level. Those who won't or can't will go somewhere else to post nonsense. The bonus of setting a higher standard for participation is that marketers learn to expect more of themselves, too.

    Improved quality on a forum requires a higher level of participation. It means not approving threads that don't make sense or contribute anything of value....it means deleting one-liners and promotional posts quickly.

    The changes being made to the WSO section alone are exciting. I can see the WF improving week by week.

    I've been right up there with you in the past complaining about the lower quality of the forum - the lack of management, etc. When I see someone listening, participating and making changes we've asked for year after year....I'm going to do everything I can to help him fix the joint.

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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    We are working ... we are trying
    Does this mean, at some point, there will be donuts? Mmmm...donuts!

    Yes, I have seen them and I agree with your assessment - it's a real step forward.
    When you've sunk to the bottom, there's nowhere to go but up.

    I think some of us hard-core members deserve a hoodie just for sticking around. Mines XL.

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      Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

      Does this mean, at some point, there will be donuts? Mmmm...donuts!



      When you've sunk to the bottom, there's nowhere to go but up.

      I think some of us hard-core members deserve a hoodie just for sticking around. Mines XL.

      Brent
      Brent

      You send me a Pic with a #Iamawarrior ... you get 1 hoodie.
      You send me a PIC with a #Iamawarrior EATING A DONUT... you get 2 Hoddies

      BUT WAIT!!!
      This offer is only valid for the weekend ...
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        Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post

        Brent

        You send me a Pic with a #Iamawarrior ... you get 1 hoodie.
        You send me a PIC with a #Iamawarrior EATING A DONUT... you get 2 Hoddies

        BUT WAIT!!!
        This offer is only valid for the weekend ...
        Challenge accepted!!

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  • Profile picture of the author Jordan Stark
    BOOM...BOOM...BOOM....this post shoots down the rampant ignorance that plagues the IM community. People think that the best things in life are free so, they expect to get something for nothing. GordonJ put it exactly how it needs to be stated: "There is no fast way to start with zero." AWESOME
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    This forum covers a lot of topics and if you disagree with people that are here just to try a different way to make money or to explore different alternatives... then funny wise you are not in the right place.
    Hey Gab - I don't want to get the wrong impression here so could you clarify?

    There are a MULTIPICITY of kinds of businesses that people here are into and no one has an qualms with that - Affiliate marketing,CPA , services, physical products, product creation and on and on. Everyone I know posting in this thread are all for innovation and variety. Its not about exploring alternatives. Its about the divide and real contradiction between marketing effectively and make a few dollars and be gone mentality.

    A) because the quick cash and out mentatity often doesn't even net a dime - zero zilch
    B) historically 90% of the IMers so engaged don't find it meets what they wanted and they tell us so with a very well known high failure rate in IM.

    So I am not sure what to make of your statement that if you disagree with the promoting what doesn't work (as happens in many threads from many different posters) and hasn't worked for most people in the make quick cash and be gone crowd then WF is not for you and you are in the wrong place. The context f this thread never was about different topics at WF but the business mentality vs make a buck here and there and be gone approach.

    I thought this place had a shot at a come back but now not too sure because at some point every single regular contributor here in this thread and out has disagreed with make quick money and out approach to IM.
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