Who would you pick to mentor you ?

by marklyford 81 replies
Hi All

If you could pick any one in the Internet Marketing arena who would you pick to mentor you ?

All opinions gratefully received .

Thanks all
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  • Profile picture of the author The Lady
    i have a few ideas but my first thought would be tim russ
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  • Profile picture of the author fbivens
    Mark,

    I would select someone that has the following traits:

    Humility, work ethic, and clear goals.

    Notice that being a guru isn't included?

    Great question!
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  • Profile picture of the author jcaviani
    I would start with the library or bookstore and read about business. When you understand something about business, then you can begin thinking about how internet marketing, only one marketing channel of many, can be used to increase your profits.

    Stop getting ready to get ready and just do. No matter how many books you read about having children, there is no substitute for real experience.
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    • Profile picture of the author The Lady
      Originally Posted by jcaviani View Post


      Stop getting ready to get ready and just do. No matter how many books you read about having children, there is no substitute for real experience.
      this is so true -- in every aspect of life...
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        Yanick Silver. The reason why is that when I invested in his products in the past and I had a question he would personally e-mail me back with an answer within 24-48 hours.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex Sol
      Originally Posted by jcaviani View Post

      I would start with the library or bookstore and read about business. When you understand something about business, then you can begin thinking about how internet marketing, only one marketing channel of many, can be used to increase your profits.

      Stop getting ready to get ready and just do. No matter how many books you read about having children, there is no substitute for real experience.
      x2.

      Since I started with Marketing a year ago, I purchased over 20 books on business, marketing, copywriting... a lot of these come from eBay and Amazon, amazing book and low prices.

      This very forum is also a great "tutor"
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    I wouldn't mind getting some help from someone like Michael Rasmussen
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  • Profile picture of the author mikecowles
    It really depends on what area you're focusing on...

    If it's hosting, Greg Hughes.
    If it's Launches, Frank Kern.
    If it's ebay, Jim Cockrum.
    If it's affiliate marketing, Mike Cowles!

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    • Profile picture of the author tiger325
      Well im doing pretty good now but I still wouldnt mind having a conversation with Travis Sago or Dean Shainin
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
        If I had my choice of anyone, these would be my picks, in no certain order....

        JMO
        Chris Rempel
        Eric Louvier (did I spell that right?)
        Travis Sago

        These guys seem like they have a personality like mine and I think I would get a ton out of it....although, there are plenty of marketers that I certainly wouldn't turn down
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      • Profile picture of the author matthewd
        Originally Posted by tiger325 View Post

        Well im doing pretty good now but I still wouldnt mind having a conversation with Travis Sago or Dean Shainin
        Good choice... I have learned more from conversations with Travis than from any ebook has ever taught me.
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  • Profile picture of the author zerofill
    Well on the technical side I have that...but on the marketing side if I could sit there and actually pick someones brain...I would probably pick Eban Pagan...
    Just because I believe he has a very keen mind for what people are thinking. Reading target audiences/customers very well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Molano
    Originally Posted by mikelinley View Post

    Hands down Daniel Molano The Newbie Blueprint creator. I have had a few mentors over the years and none have come close to the step by step instructions and walk you through everything to make sure you can do it.
    Thanks Mike!

    I would say myself of course. I'm self mentored!

    But I wouldn't mind sitting down for a few beers with warriors like Allen Says, Mike Filsaime, John S. Rhodes, Chris Rempel, Paul Myers, Andrew Cavanagh, Jeff Walker, Willie Crawford etc...

    I don't care who is more succesful than who, all of these guys have had some brilliant insights in the form of posts here that have helped me in many ways.

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    Markus Frind from Plenty of fish, mainly because he is fellow canadian but also because he cracked a pretty competitive market on his own with very little money. i would like his thoughts on how he did it and why he used the methods he did.
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  • Profile picture of the author Musika
    If I had to just pick one, I would probably say Mike Filsaime because of how mathematical his approach is to building a business model that lasts, rather than just making a few cool sales. But I much prefer this Building Method where some of the greatest minds of business on the internet gather round to teach their wisdom. It reminds me of a modern version of a Business Socrates and Aristotle just dropping their wisdom to anyone who comes to listen.
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  • Profile picture of the author lakshaybehl
    For me, Michael Cheney, Allen Says, John Reese or Yanik Silver would do the trick...

    Michael Cheney is my coach. And he is a great coach so to speak... And this is an under-statement of the obvious.

    The most important thing to look for in a coach is the fact that you can understand their point of view and agree with it most of the times. Its just like being able to connect with them. I have been able to connect with MC...

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    Probably the bum guy Travis
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    1. Jonathan Mizel
    2. Yanik Silver / John Reese
    3. Dan Kennedy.
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    Travis Sago, Imran Naseem..

    The person must be successful, willing to mentor you and he must give you honest opinions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hardi Wijaya
    I love to have a mentor, but my Tibetan friends show me a wisdom in this matter. People over there have an admonition not to take a teacher (mentor or guru) like a dog siezes a piece of meat. You know, if you give a hungry dog a piece of meat, it'll just gobble it up without hesitation. Beware -- misconception and polluted doctrines are more dangerous than poisons and drugs.

    Nelson Mandela is a great man. His words are my constant reminder.

    "I believe in ... me

    Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves "who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?" Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small doesn't serve the world. There's nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do... we were born to make manifest the Glory of God that is within us.

    And as we let our light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we're liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others."


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    • Profile picture of the author kf
      These words were indeed said by Nelson Mandela. However, they were written by Marianne Williamson.

      Originally Posted by Hardi Wijaya View Post


      Nelson Mandela is a great man. His words are my constant reminder.

      "I believe in ... me

      Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves "who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?" Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small doesn't serve the world. There's nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do... we were born to make manifest the Glory of God that is within us.

      And as we let our light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we're liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others."


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      • Profile picture of the author ebusinesstutor
        1. Russell Brunsen - his material is very clear and works wonderful with my target audience of newbies. I subscribe to his DotComSecrets magazine which is chock full of useful material every month.

        2. Yanik Silver - Another excellent one to follow. I loved his Underground 4 conference last march. I belong to his Secret Society and get my red "Top Secret" envelope every month with huge amounts of material.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rich_Newell
    Pick a mentor?

    Mentors usually choose you when you are ready.

    I have found that to really have a mentor, you need to educate yourself and have a particular focus. If you focus and create your specific target you will be prepared to get a mentor in the area of your focus. You also need to be available where they are.

    You are in a good place here to have a mentor find you.
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    • Profile picture of the author buckapple
      This is easy, at least one hour with Allen Says would probably save 10 years... LOL

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    • Profile picture of the author curious1960
      Originally Posted by Rich_Newell View Post

      Pick a mentor?

      Mentors usually choose you when you are ready.

      I have found that to really have a mentor, you need to educate yourself and have a particular focus. If you focus and create your specific target you will be prepared to get a mentor in the area of your focus. You also need to be available where they are.

      You are in a good place here to have a mentor find you.
      I agree with Rich_Newell and also think that if you are not ready in your head....no mentor will be of any help to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan Kumar
    This is actually a tricky question... because many of us have no idea what it is that we don't know yet.

    And, people will generally pick a name based on their own personal experience with (and exposure to) that other person. Where a person is on his/her journey will also dictate who the mentor should be. Example - a beginner will choose someone very different from the mentor an advanced marketer chooses.

    So, who I pick as my mentor may not necessarilly help anyone else in any way.

    And, maybe that's the point of all this.

    It's probably wise to pick someone who resonates with you, who moves you, who is able to convey ideas and advice to you, whose writing/teaching connects with you best. (The same advice can be used for choosing joint venture partners.)

    Two mentors can give the exact same advice and yet affect people differently. We're all unique in the way we can communicate and teach. (Remember your high school teachers? Some you liked, others you didn't.)

    My personal list would consist of people like Allen Says, Paul Myers, Jonathan Mizel, etc. because I get the most out of the way these guys communicate their ideas and wisdom. I like the unique way in which they approach things, which gets my mind to see things in a different way, and consider possibilities that I hadn't considered yet.

    Others may choose them for different reasons. And yet others may choose different individuals, based on which direction they want to go in.

    Interestingly, my reasons for choosing these guys are the same reasons that sometimes lead me to names (and places) that I normally wouldn't go to. (So, I can get a completely different perspective and consider if maybe I'm missing something.)
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    • Profile picture of the author Hardi Wijaya
      One thing most people presume is -- they though they need a IM mentor to teach them IM. This isn't totally true. They may be getting relevant knowledge, but they may lack the wisdom to manage IM business in their life. I know a IM guy who's knowledgeable in IM, but he failed in his marriage. Yep, he's a Warrior.

      I think, it takes alot more to be able to succeed in IM business. I don't have the complete answer for everyone, because it lies on individual.

      Anyway, I love having a mentor. Usually a person would stir up my desire to be his student if he or she says this to me -- "I don't know what is best for everyone. I only know what I feel is best for me. The only person who knows what you should do is you. Take my knowledge and make it suitable for you. Don't put my head inside your head."


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    brent hall or frank kern
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  • Profile picture of the author Phil Jones
    Oh, it would almost certainly be Frank Kern. I love his attitude to marketing and life in general. I also think I can surf better than Frank so could show him a few things :p
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    • Profile picture of the author shekhar
      Originally Posted by Phil Jones View Post

      Oh, it would almost certainly be Frank Kern. I love his attitude to marketing and life in general. I also think I can surf better than Frank so could show him a few things :p
      I have no choice but to fully agree with you. Frank Kern is the guy I'd pick as my mentor. The way he writes his materials, the methods he suggests for using various psychological triggers to generate sales is pure Genius. And his funny attitude towards life is Icing on the cake.
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  • Profile picture of the author prodozoan
    My picks...

    People I like to be mentored by:
    Josh Spaulding
    Mark Joyner
    Jimmy Brown

    People I recommend any one esp. newbies to stay away from:

    RUSSEL BRUNSON!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Ambrose
    Any of the "3 Mike's" would dramatically help streamline my businesses...

    Michael Cheney, Mike Filsaime or Michael Rasmussen.

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    • Profile picture of the author Guy Horton
      Mark,
      That's a tough call since there are many successful individuals to choose from but, if I had to pick one person it would be Brian McElroy.

      Happy Thanksgiving to all,

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  • I would go with two people I trust... Steven Wagenheim to help me kickstart my AM ventures, and Angela Booth to get me going in my freelance writing career.
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  • Profile picture of the author DavidPreston
    Originally Posted by marklyford View Post

    Hi All

    If you could pick any one in the Internet Marketing arena who would you pick to mentor you ?

    All opinions gratefully received .

    Thanks all
    The best mentor I've EVER had is Willie Crawford.

    He's humble, is known as the most trusted guy on the net
    and took me from $0 to HIGH five figures per month on the
    internet. I did great in offline, but he was the missing link
    online.

    On top of all that he knows everybody. He has introduced
    me to over 150 of the top marketers since May. I have since
    JV'd with many of them, including an upcoming JV with Allen
    Says himself. (Watch for it next week )

    All because of Willie.

    If you're going to choose one, nobody compares to Willie.

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    guys many thanks for the very useful suggestions. Watch this space
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  • Profile picture of the author Louis Raven
    No one I know of could teach me something "ground breaking".

    Although, I've yet to find someone who can teach PPC on a pro level as to make 90% of campaigns profitable.

    I find the bigger the name, the more crap they put out and I've learned from real people like Steven Wagenheim who don't pay $50.000 for endorsements etc. You know, the people that have felt the sharp edge of the blade and can really pass on knowledge.

    Eric Louviere really opened my eyes. Again.. self made millionaire who doesn't need to rely on others to be successful.

    These are the people who I learn from.

    I also don't like the way some people only socialize with "big names" as well. It's like they get to a certain height and lose all respect for others. Man they pee me off.

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    • Profile picture of the author alankay
      The internet marketing guru who would pay the highest fee for the priviledge.
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    Russell Brunson, Mark Joyner, Jeff Johnson and Mike Dillard--oh yeah--Rich Schefren too. For various reasons, although there really are more that I certainly wouldn't turn down!
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    • Profile picture of the author countonuspr
      I have been blessed to be mentored by Frank Sousa who has become a great friend of me. He and I were fortunate enough to share the stage together at JV Alert Live. He is an awesome person with a tremendous amount of ethics and he has an extremely caring heart and great personality. He is one of the best and a true "good-guy" among the gurus. I have seen him at many conferences take people aside and help them that many other speakers simply ignore. When I am speaking at events I like to be like him and help as many people as I can. He is a true role model and an excellent mentor.
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    • Profile picture of the author John Harrison
      Hi Mark,

      I am reasonably new to IM and have only used one mentor to date and that is John Thornhill.

      I am 3/4 of the way through his Personal Coaching Course which has covered product creation, and have launched a blog and written an eBook, without his help and guidance I would never have done either.

      I am just entering the marketing section of the course, so I will let you know how that goes

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    It depends on what you want to learn... you can also subscribe in any IM's list, observe and learn a lot from him!
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    I'd never pick anyone. It's enough to have myself.
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    Big Mike
    Kevin Riley
    Tim Gorman
    Eben Pagan
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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
    Mike Litman without doubt has been a mentor who make things start to
    happen for me. If I had to pay hard earned cash, it will be Mike all the
    way for me.

    His site: Success Secrets | Goal Setting Techniques | Mike Litman <-- No affiliation.

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    James Caan for me. Seems a nice guy with good business sense.
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    Matt Rhodes
    Kevin Riley
    Eben Pagan
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  • Profile picture of the author James Foster
    My picks would have to be Kevin Riley, Ross Goldberg, Willie Crawford, Jason Moffatt and if I were to go super-guru I would pick Frank Kern and Mark Joyner
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  • Profile picture of the author MRomeo09
    Without a doubt it would be Rich Schefren. Rich is the guy that all the gurus contact. He would help me to build a systematized business. And maybe a sprinkling of Harvey Zemel.

    And then next I would probably work with Kenrick Cleveland for sales skills.

    And lastly I would work with Dan Kennedy for marketing/copywriting.

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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
    I suggest that some people would make a great business
    coach, but not such a great mentor. Lots of folks have
    confused them both in this tread.

    HTH

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  • Profile picture of the author Sumit Menon
    For me:

    Michael Cheney, John Reese, Jonathan Mizel, Rich Schefren or Russell Brunson.

    Anyone would do!
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  • Profile picture of the author Riz
    Online stuff - definately Eben Pagan

    But my real success has come with the offline niche so any of the ones i have learnt from:

    1) David Preston
    2) Andrew Cavanagh
    3) Shaun Oreilly
    4) Gina Gray (M4UNow)
    5) Jamie Garside (GoGetta)
    6) Vegas /vince )good info learnt from his BlogTalkRadio)
    7) Michael Sylvester

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  • Profile picture of the author eddycole
    I'll mentor anyone who:

    1. Has drive, ambition, shows initiative, loves working alone and on a team, is willing to sit in front of a computer 16 hours a day, isn't afraid to invest money in their business even if it hurts in the beginning, would rather use google to find answers to questions, has a knack for choosing niches, is open minded and excited to learn new things, doesn't buy every ebook that comes out, isn't affected by the media doom, asks intelligent questions, treats it like a real business and looks at failure as a way to learn from their own mistakes rather than using their mentor as a scapegoat for their own inaction or lack of dedication.

    2. Does #1 without doubt and without having to be told to do so.

    ;-)

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  • Profile picture of the author stsweet
    I think I'd have to say Jeff Johnson. I've never seen anyone who is so absolutely filled with information. I also like his way of delivering it. He's no nonsense and explains everything thoroughly. You can tell just by listening to him that he knows what he's talking about.
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    1) David Preston
    2) Andrew Cavanagh
    3) Vince Runce
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    Travis Sago and Michael Rassmussen.
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      I have become a mentor!
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    Either Micheal Brown or Keven Riley both are great
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    Alex Goad, Is my pick.....
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  • For me it would be:

    Mike Filsaime
    Jeff Walker
    Frank Kern

    I think these guys are the best of the best

    But we can all learn from them all online
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
    My pick would be Mr. "Getting Everything you Can Out Of All You've Got"

    Jay Abraham
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  • Profile picture of the author JaniG
    hi,

    it would depend what you want to do in IM.

    There are many ways to make money so for example if you wanted to focus on product creation and product launches then i would learn from Frank Kern or Matt Bacak or Mike Filsaime.

    But their coaching programs are rather high priced so it depends what your budget is to get this education.

    Jani
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    • Profile picture of the author dorothydot
      This is easy! My first choice, and the one I'm saving up to be able to afford is... VIN MONTELLO! His style of writing and story-telling to sell is soooo totally what I do! This guy is #1 in my book. And the fact that he's so very successful to boot simply proves his mentor-status is well deserved. I like and respect everything I see about Vin. This is one of the few copywriters I'd follow to the end of the earth to learn from.

      Then I'd go with... JOE VITALE! I totally am on board with the whole hypnotic-copywriting concept. And Mr. Fire is not only the best, he also truly cares and is honest. I value these traits highly.

      Lastly, I'd go with... PERRY MARSHALL! Mr. Google AdWords is very awesome. I've already had enough contact with him to realize that he is reasonably priced and a compulsive over-deliverer. And.. he really knows his stuff and how to communicate same.

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  • Profile picture of the author Peter Bashforth
    HI, The mentor I am testing needs to make me successful as well as him self.
    And a clear easy mothered of teaching you, HOW TO MAKE MONEY, on the Internet so far so good, Mack Michaelsis as got the job.
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  • Profile picture of the author Yahara
    Who is the right mentor ? The Guru or ....?
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    • Profile picture of the author Keegahn
      Rich Schefren, Frank Kern, Eben Pagan and/or Jason Moffatt.

      Maybe we can create a hybrid of the four... a Schekeraganmocorn if you will.
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    Eben Pagan
    John Reese
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  • Profile picture of the author abelacts
    My picks would be Chris Rempel and Jimmy D Brown. Not sure why but I am more aligned to what they are doing especially how they build their businesses.
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  • Profile picture of the author RobertAxelsen
    If money was no question I would pick Frank Kern, Tellmann Knudson and Russell Brunson
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