I want to join the war room - Just give me one reason and im in

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yep.

I want to join and I know others on this forum want to find out the secret behind the war room.

I know there is something hidden behind that (locked door) just waiting to explode into life and make me some money.....

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  • Profile picture of the author Asher
    Heh, go check out the TEST FORUM

    It's filled with reasons and some of them even expose what's going
    on behind those locked doors...

    I wrote this little letter... might give you a clue.
    http://www.warriorforum.com/test-for...ml#post1258825

    It'll only be $37 to find out the secret for yourself... and it
    even comes with a 30 day money back guarantee. Doesn't
    get better than that!

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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Ames
    Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post

    yep.

    I want to join and I know others on this forum want to find out the secret behind the war room.

    I know there is something hidden behind that (locked door) just waiting to explode into life and make me some money.....

    I'll shun you if you don't.
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  • Profile picture of the author cbright
    it's only $37
    are some of you really that cheap? That you can't fork out 37 dollars for a fricking gold mine.

    All I have to say is it is worth it, many many times over and over again
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    • Profile picture of the author jjrich1
      Thanks for the replies..

      If it is good quality information I don't mind paying that price.. Just don't shun me lol.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
        Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post

        Thanks for the replies..

        If it is good quality information I don't mind paying that price.. Just don't shun me lol.
        Well I do believe there is a limited time to bail out if for some silly reason you really couldn't find ANYTHING in there to help you make money (roflmbo). So you can go in there and decide for yourself if it is "quality" enough for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author zapseo
    jjrich1: why should you join the warroom? You said it yourself: "because I want to."

    So what you need is not reasons to join, but rather to understand what stops you from joining right now?

    (love Big Mike's response.)
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    • Profile picture of the author jjrich1
      I believe this thread will not just be helpful for me but other people who may be interested .
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      • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
        Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post

        I believe this thread will not just be helpful for me but other people who may be interested .
        Ok, you are giving me some ideas here. So, I really want to give you that extra confidence to join. Tell me, without my actually showing you the detailed plans and things in there, what would convince you?

        What kind of proof do you seek?

        Lets say the war room was like a new spa in town. Everyone that went there was telling you how wonderful it was. How there were hot rock massages and parafin manicures, and a luxurious sauna.

        So, you really want to go - but you are not. You have the $500 buck to get into the joint, but something is holding you back.

        Now the spa has very high upkeep, so they can't afford to just let you in for a freebie.

        What is it that you need other than testimonials?
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        • Profile picture of the author jjrich1
          avenuegirl I like the way you think.

          If I am completely honest sometimes I can spend a long time looking around, next I try a few things and then BOOM you feel empty as you wake up in the morning and witness the horrible feeling of seeing an empty adsense account. Yep 1 CENT per day lol

          Next, the normal thought process is to look up to the heavens and complain (I stopped doing that when I released it didn't work). And your mind kicks in, just give up, but your heart tells you, you can do it. Now I am here waiting for the next step.

          Sell it to me.

          Rod Cortez I did but I like asking questions it gives you a chance to show off your talents lol
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          • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
            Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post

            avenuegirl I like the way you think.

            If I am completely honest sometimes I can spend a long time looking around, next I try a few things and then BOW you feel empty as you wake up in the morning and witness the horrible feeling of seeing an empty adsense account. Yep 1 CENT per day lol

            Next, the normal thought process is to look up to the heavens and complain (I stoped doing that when I releaed it didn't work). And your mind kicks in, just give up, but your heat tells you, you can do it. Now I am here waiting for the next step.

            Sell it to me.
            Oh, I am probably going to regret this. But I am going to try to do something and if it is successful then I am positive you would be convinced.

            I can not say anything more as there happens to be some contest going on - all I can say is this is going to take me a couple of days to get in order.

            I WILL thank you in advance for inspiring me to do this crazy thing I'm about to do.

            I'm off now.
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      • Profile picture of the author zapseo
        Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post

        I believe this thread will not just be helpful for me but other people who may be interested .
        You, and the others that may be interested...

        (and are stark raving mad not to be interested if they have 1 drop of interest in sales, persuasion, internet marketing, etc., -- in short, for any reason that they would be here on the WF)

        You have several choices of getting additional information about why you should join the War room.

        #1: The War Room sales page itself (just try coming into the WF without being logged in -- a link to it would be quite hard to miss...)

        #2: Check out all the entries in the War room sales page re-write contest that Allen is running

        #3: Find all the testimonials Allen Says says exists (in the above thread) that already exist for the War Room

        #4: Use the "search" function for the forum.

        I'm not supplying links. If you're too lazy to use the search function, I'm too lazy to get the links for ya.

        LOL.

        Seriously. At this point? If you can't figure out that the War Room is something you want, you are too indecisive to get much out of it.
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        • Profile picture of the author jjrich1
          The assumptions people make :rolleyes:...zapseo

          Sounds interesting avenuegirl hope it goes well... and im gald i helped...
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          • Profile picture of the author zapseo
            Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post

            The assumptions people make :rolleyes:...zapseo

            Sounds interesting avenuegirl hope it goes well... and im gald i helped...
            Eh?

            sometimes people make assumptions (well, actually, you can't live without making assumptions, but that's a whole 'nuther story), valid or not, to get people to react (or even just act.)

            Anyone who has the volume of information about the War Room available to them as you do, at your very fingertips, and fails to join, after saying they want to ... well, seems to me that they don't make decisions quickly.

            That can be a good or a bad thing. Some people call "not being able to make decisions quickly" "indecisive". Yes, it does put a negative spin on a human behavior.

            But if you have volumes of information at your fingertips, and still ask for still more information (and fairly unspecified, at that), you run the risk of being boring.

            Like, um, how many times do we have to go down this road. I don't think there's anything said in this thread that hasn't already been said in the forum about the War Room.

            Being able to ferret out information, and act on it quickly (or decide definitely NOT to act on it), is hugely important in being successful in IM, if not in life.

            (and when I stop to think of the power of a search function, compared to all the effort I used to have to spend in doing library research...and the fact that so much of that information is free...)

            Live JoyFully!

            Judy

            Oh yes -- so, are you going to indicate what pushed you over the edge? The people who contributed here deserve to understand your thinking process, doncha think?

            You sound fun. It'll be cool to have you in the War Room.
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            • Profile picture of the author jjrich1
              True joining the War room seems a simple decision from an experienced warrior, for a new person to the forum trying to get a feel and trying to building relationships with other warriors. Rushing into something they have only just heard about can be a bad idea (in some cases). Until, they see the benefit it of joining.

              Thanks zapseo....
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            • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
              Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post

              yep.

              I want to join and I know others on this forum want to find out the secret behind the war room.

              I know there is something hidden behind that (locked door) just waiting to explode into life and make me some money.....

              Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post

              ....... witness the horrible feeling of seeing an empty adsense account. Yep 1 CENT per day lol

              ~snip~

              And your mind kicks in, just give up, but your heart tells you, you can do it. Now I am here waiting for the next step.

              Sell it to me.
              Originally Posted by zapseo View Post

              Eh?


              But if you have volumes of information at your fingertips, and still ask for still more information (and fairly unspecified, at that), you run the risk of being boring.


              ~snip~

              (and when I stop to think of the power of a search function, compared to all the effort I used to have to spend in doing library research...and the fact that so much of that information is free...)
              Judy, maybe it is just my mind running away with me, but here is what I see. I see someone who gets that they can have access to the information, but here's the challenge - can they honestly use it to make money?

              It is one thing to be tossed into the library. It is quite another to know what exactly to do with it that will help you once you have it.

              I have probably said too much already (yep, it's after 5 here and the vodka is ripe - now you will all know how to get secrets out of me ).
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...s-updated.html

    That link will give you a TON of reasons..........and for the love of God, use the search feature before posting a question.......
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  • Profile picture of the author Charann Miller
    At the rate of $37 for 20 years, you can't beat the behind the scenes, hidden to the public gems that you find in there.

    I thought the info shared in the main discussion forum was amazing but once I joined the war room, there's no comparison.

    Just join and see for yourself.

    You'll be glad you did.
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  • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
    Look under the id of most every successful marketer in here and you will see we all have one thing in common.... The letters in red ...war room member .

    nuff said
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  • Profile picture of the author warrior2008
    It's a MUST if you want to run a WSO now I do believe...

    Cheers,

    Warrior2008
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  • Profile picture of the author zapseo
    @Kay: Thanks for the back up, Kay.

    @jjrich1: $1.85 = $37/20 years. If you had done even a small amount of research. suggested in this thread, you would have learned that. Now you're getting boring. The War Room is the finest set of shovels you can buy for the best price. But you WILL have to do your own shoveling. No push buttons to success. If that's what you were looking for, you just blew $37.

    @avenuegirl: It's not the fact that he has questions that's the problem. It's that he expects the answers to be handed to him, without him doing any work. A very unfortunate trait, found nearly universally among people who fail at internet marketing, and NOT at all in those who succeed.
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  • Profile picture of the author debra
    Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post

    yep.

    I want to join and I know others on this forum want to find out the secret behind the war room.

    I know there is something hidden behind that (locked door) just waiting to explode into life and make me some money.....

    Hell...No...I ain't giving you a reason.

    The longer you stay on this side of the fence...the longer I can keep selling you techniques and stuff I get on the other side of that fence.

    You stay right here where you think your comfortable. I'll go on the other side and get what you need...rewrite it...package it up...and sell it to you.

    And...you will LOVE what you get out of it anyway. You see by you staying right here...it makes it a win-win deal. Well...a slightly more win on my end but you get the point.
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  • Profile picture of the author Baldpilot
    Bottom line, Best $37 I have ever spent.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alican Yenidogan
    Do you need any reasons to join to a private forum which is created by one of the biggest marketers?
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  • Profile picture of the author Caragui
    $37 for 20 years....compute the cost per year.

    Just getting a good tip or strategy once would more than justify the $37
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Originally Posted by zapseo View Post


      @avenuegirl: It's not the fact that he has questions that's the problem. It's that he expects the answers to be handed to him, without him doing any work. A very unfortunate trait, found nearly universally among people who fail at internet marketing, and NOT at all in those who succeed.
      Well, one ought to do some work - that is for sure, but I'm working on something myself right now and we'll see how it goes.

      Originally Posted by zapseo View Post

      Awww....is this your first internet proposal, avenuegirl?

      Mine was earlier this year.

      Except he went off and found Jeremy Kelsall instead.
      I very well could be! Hmm, I'd have to do some digging or maybe drink a bit more vodka to remember at this point....


      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      no - the war room is for decisive people.
      Kay, I agree with you 100% -

      But the OP stated they were very new here. There is a fine line between "decisive" and being educated enough to be properly decisive.

      This is where a lot of people get things wrong.

      I have read some things (actually listened to audio) where there is a heavy emphasis on making a fast decision on things. This is much easier when you really know all the facts.

      For all I know, jjrich1 could see us all as a cult trying our hardest to pull in who ever we can.

      So, if someone is wishy washy on making a choice they need to figure out why that is first. Do they need more information?

      We were bombarding a bit here. If I were in their shoes, I would have been a bit overwhelmed.

      And before I post this, they still do not have a WR membership - so I highly encourage anyone questioning this to read and read and ask questions!

      Don't be sending me a million pms now, LOL, but if you are in the main area and have a question by all means ask - at the same time learn to use the search function first!

      Ok, back to work now for me.
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      • Profile picture of the author zapseo
        Originally Posted by avenuegirl View Post

        Well, one ought to do some work - that is for sure, but I'm working on something myself right now and we'll see how it goes.



        I very well could be! Hmm, I'd have to do some digging or maybe drink a bit more vodka to remember at this point....
        Vodka. Yah, that sounds good.
        I was taught how to drink vodka by a Russian Orthodox priest.
        And my parish has folks that make all kinds of flavored vodka for
        drinking at Pascha!

        I have read some things (actually listened to audio) where there is a heavy emphasis on making a fast decision on things. This is much easier when you really know all the facts.
        Maybe more comfortable. The comfort could be an illusion. There are good reasons for making decisions quickly. You can never ever know all the facts. Worse yet, some of the "facts" you supposedly know may be downright false. Sometimes there's nothing left but to jump into the water and see how it is.

        For all I know, jjrich1 could see us all as a cult trying our hardest to pull in who ever we can.
        We're not !?!?!?!

        We were bombarding a bit here. If I were in their shoes, I would have been a bit overwhelmed.

        And before I post this, they still do not have a WR membership - so I highly encourage anyone questioning this to read and read and ask questions!

        Don't be sending me a million pms now, LOL, but if you are in the main area and have a question by all means ask - at the same time learn to use the search function first!

        Ok, back to work now for me.
        (Judy hummmmms to "Give Peace A Chance") --
        "All we are saying in, is GIVE SEARCH A CHANCE..."
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      • Profile picture of the author jjrich1
        I don't feel bombarded at all. I wanted a response negative or positive there is always benefit in viewing someone else's comments and viewing how people react to your questions, and whether people truly want to help you or not.

        But anyway in summary, joining the warrior war room should not be a decision you think about. The benefits of the room are so enormous and everyone who uses it can not recommend highly enough.

        Simple, but life is never one way zapseo and people have different opinions if all i did was search all day and copy I would never find out what i wanted and so I will continue to ask questions, that I find relevant.

        I also encourage everybody to ask questions, that is the only way you will learn after all.
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        • Profile picture of the author zapseo
          Originally Posted by jjrich1 View Post


          Simple, but life is never one way zapseo and people have different opinions if all i did was search all day and copy I would never find out what i wanted and so I will continue to ask questions, that I find relevant.
          let's look at the facts:

          # of questions asked by you in this entire thread (as represented by sentences ending in a question mark): 2

          (unless you count the question in your sig.)

          You can check 'em out for yourself.

          They are in posts #30 and #38.

          #30 You have to fill me in?

          #38 But if you are bored why reply? lol

          The fact is, you could search AND find opinions. There are, in fact, opinions about the War Room that can be found by searching the Warrior Forum.

          I'd have half a bone of respect for you if you had, in fact, been asking questions -- had, in fact, entered into a conversation with an attitude of curiosity. I don't see it. I see a demand for people to feed you the information you desire. ("Just give me one reason.")

          You seem to not enter the discussion with a sense of fun and adventure, laughter and smiles.

          Try it sometime.
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  • Profile picture of the author rgrimes
    One of the best reasons to join is to be able to post a WSO, its a very valuable option to have if you own your own product, also if you are going to launch your own product. Before it was not required to do so, but now it is required to join the war room if you want to post a WSO, so just that alone is worth it. You could post a successful WSO that will result in you making thousands of dollars, think of it like a one time fee that you won't have to worry about again. Of course there are more things in the war room that are of value, but truthfully just that one reason alone is worth the entrance fee of the war room. hope it helps...
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    .....my liver heard the word "vodka" being typed more than once in this thread.........happens to be my 2nd fav liquor...

    JJ Rich, looking forward to seeing those bold red letters under your name.......
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  • Profile picture of the author James Campbell
    Because sometimes great wso products are there for free

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      Is this reason good enough for you?



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