I Paid Jay Abraham $$$ - Get Tons of His Stuff For Free

by Joel
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Yes, about 20 years ago I paid Jay Abraham thousands of dollars to participate in his 'Protege' program and I'm still using the information I learned back then.

Now, Jay is giving away tons of his material for free, including his book, which I had purchased from Amazon.

Yes, you have to optin in at Jay's site, but when you see what you are getting for free ... I suggest jumping on this right away. If you know who Jay is, I don't need to say more ... if you don't know who Jay is, you really need to get and read his stuff.

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  • Thanks, appreciate the link.

    He is a very smart guy, and I've read a good part of his material too.

    Top notch stuff.

    John

    Originally Posted by Joel View Post

    Yes, about 20 years ago I paid Jay Abraham thousands of dollars to participate in his 'Protege' program and I'm still using the information I learned back then.

    Now, Jay is giving away tons of his material for free, including his book, which I had purchased from Amazon.

    Yes, you have to optin in at Jay's site, but when you see what you are getting for free ... I suggest jumping on this right away. If you know who Jay is, I don't need to say more ... if you don't know who Jay is, you really need to get and read his stuff.

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  • Profile picture of the author robnoble
    Abraham's is one of those names you see quoted time and again but I have never read any of his work.
    Thanks for the link Joel, I just signed up.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dr.Aljonaid
    Absolutely a gold mine when it comes to marketing and leveraging your hidden resources. I've attended many of his programs since 1996, and I've been a big fan of his methods ever since. I've also purchased his Encyclopedia as soon as it came out, I think 6 years ago. It cost $10,000 but it's worth every penny. I refer back to it all the time...it's kinda like my Marketing bible. And the information is applicable anywhere and everywhere.

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  • Profile picture of the author GaryBurke
    Thanks for the link.
    I already have a lot of Jays teachings but you can never have too much .
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Thompson
      Holy crap talk about pushing the free line eh? This guy is giving away a TON of stuff including 2 of his bestselling books.

      I downloaded everything. I'm going to share this with my lists in the IM space too. Wonderful content to share.
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
    I frickin love this guy... Thanks for the heads up.
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    • Profile picture of the author Greg guitar
      Originally Posted by JasonParker View Post

      I frickin love this guy... Thanks for the heads up.
      It may seem weird that I thanked such a brief post, but I like the simple way you expressed exactly how I feel also-Jay is to me, far more brilliant than his closest competitor. [edit-just read my own post and that looked wrong, because Jay has no competitors]

      That said, I will be a lot more verbose-sorry, I can't help myself.

      I often see Jay mentioned in the same breath as Dan Kennedy, who is a very smart marketer, but there is a huge gulf between them, and I see a mean spirited, smug, condescending side to Kennedy that I never liked, although he is obviously a master of marketing.

      Kennedy often comes across as thinking he's better than others, and even suggested in one of the newsletters of his that I got, that once you know the stuff he's teaching, you need to get used to feeling superior to other people, because you will be-yes, he actually said so, though he might have used the word "better" instead of "superior"-same difference. He often implies in a less than subtle manner, that people who disagree with anything he says, or who aren't interested in his programs, are idiots.

      Jay, on the other hand, would never dream of doing that, and projects an aura of humility, openness, respect for, and interest in others, and kindness, even though he probably has 10x the brain power of Dan, as well as much more expansive business ideas, and a more creative, artful way of expressing them. He's one of a kind, and a class act, and this offer is phenomenal.

      Thanks a lot for the incredible share Joel!
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      • Profile picture of the author Raydal
        Originally Posted by Greg guitar View Post

        It may seem weird that I thanked such a brief post, but I like the simple way you expressed exactly how I feel also-Jay is to me, far more brilliant than his closest competitor. [edit-just read my own post and that looked wrong, because Jay has no competitors]

        That said, I will be a lot more verbose-sorry, I can't help myself.

        I often see Jay mentioned in the same breath as Dan Kennedy, who is a very smart marketer, but there is a huge gulf between them, and I see a mean spirited, smug, condescending side to Kennedy that I never liked, although he is obviously a master of marketing.

        Kennedy often comes across as thinking he's better than others, and even suggested in one of the newsletters of his that I got, that once you know the stuff he's teaching, you need to get used to feeling superior to other people, because you will be-yes, he actually said so, though he might have used the word "better" instead of "superior"-same difference. He often implies in a less than subtle manner, that people who disagree with anything he says, or who aren't interested in his programs, are idiots.

        Jay, on the other hand, would never dream of doing that, and projects an aura of humility, openness, respect for, and interest in others, and kindness, even though he probably has 10x the brain power of Dan, as well as much more expansive business ideas, and a more creative, artful way of expressing them. He's one of a kind, and a class act, and this offer is phenomenal.

        Thanks a lot for the incredible share Joel!
        Are you sure you are comparing the REAL person and not just
        a marketing persona? There is positioning and there is the
        real (not marketing) person. I'll agree with your assessment
        of these two marketers' personae but not necessarily
        with the 'man himself'.

        I don't think that Dan is arrogant even though he teaches
        a certain 'mindset' that could be interpreted thus. Jay
        for sure is the "smooth talker" while Dan may come across
        as rough but I would say that he thinks of himself as
        "superior".

        There's a marketing Ray and a 'normal' Ray. They are
        not always the same person. Sometimes I have to
        be a father, husband, pastor, brother, son, friend ...
        and they are all a little different.

        Talk about split personalities.

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        • Profile picture of the author SkiBum
          Just signed up and am excited just looking at the download page.

          With all I've heard about him in IM circles, can't wait to dig in.

          Thanks
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        • Profile picture of the author Greg guitar
          Originally Posted by Raydal View Post

          Are you sure you are comparing the REAL person and not just
          a marketing persona? There is positioning and there is the
          real (not marketing) person. I'll agree with your assessment
          of these two marketers' personae but not necessarily
          with the 'man himself'.

          I don't think that Dan is arrogant even though he teaches
          a certain 'mindset' that could be interpreted thus. Jay
          for sure is the "smooth talker" while Dan may come across
          as rough but I would say that he thinks of himself as
          "superior".

          There's a marketing Ray and a 'normal' Ray. They are
          not always the same person. Sometimes I have to
          be a father, husband, pastor, brother, son, friend ...
          and they are all a little different.

          Talk about split personalities.

          -Ray Edwards

          I don't know, you make a good point, and opinions should generally be open for revision, but I have a strong feeling about Jay that his words are a lot deeper than just a calculated marketing message. Part of it is what he says, and partly it's what I hear in his voice.

          I think he's either a kind and decent guy, or one of the world's great actors. Smoothness isn't important to me, but practicing kindness is the closest I'll ever come to having a religion. I respect and appreciate it.

          The personas you talk about, are different aspects of ourselves, but I think they're rarely a total contradiction.

          I could never be as dismissive and insulting toward strangers for knowing less than me about an area I'm expert in as Kennedy, and even if it's an act, it's a huge turn off. If one of your core values was respect for others, then I think it would be incongruous to choose to say the things Dan says, even if it's for effect.

          Just my opinion, for whatever it's worth-probably about 2 cents.
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        • Profile picture of the author Greg guitar
          Originally Posted by Raydal View Post

          Are you sure you are comparing the REAL person and not just
          a marketing persona? There is positioning and there is the
          real (not marketing) person. I'll agree with your assessment
          of these two marketers' personae but not necessarily
          with the 'man himself'.

          I don't think that Dan is arrogant even though he teaches
          a certain 'mindset' that could be interpreted thus. Jay
          for sure is the "smooth talker" while Dan may come across
          as rough but I would say that he thinks of himself as
          "superior".

          There's a marketing Ray and a 'normal' Ray. They are
          not always the same person. Sometimes I have to
          be a father, husband, pastor, brother, son, friend ...
          and they are all a little different.

          Talk about split personalities.

          -Ray Edwards
          I don't know, it's only my opinion, but I sense something a lot deeper in Jay than a marketing message-it's kindness, and I don't care if it's smooth or not.

          He makes lots of obvious grammatical errors, so he isn't that smooth, but of course the content of his message is brilliant anyway.

          What I dislike in Dan isn't that he's rough, but that he's arrogant and disrespectful of people in general. Even if that's an act, it speaks poorly of his values, imo.

          I doubt someone with a core belief that people should generally be treated with respect, would choose to project such a persona. I would find it painful, and not like myself for saying what he says.

          But, like I said, it's only my opinion, worth about 2 cents, if that. You make a good point about roles and personas. I just think usually they aren't totally incongruous with our core values-sometimes they are, and those people creep me out. Maybe I'm naive.

          [edit: sorry for the double answer folks-I think I was getting close to the dream state when I posted this-pretty rummy]
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  • Thanks for the link, Joel - great find!

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  • Profile picture of the author bboretsky
    Thanks for the information. I am always looking for more brains to add to the few I was born with that survived college.
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  • Profile picture of the author rushindo
    I study what he does more than what he says. Think about it, does he really expect everyone to read and consume all of that information he gives away as a free gift?

    Ofcourse not.

    At the end he says, "Again, Don’t feel intimidated by all that’s being offered here..." My guess is that he wants you to feel overwhelmed with the amount of information so you will take advantage of what he says next.... "And for those who are interested in direct relationship with me"

    He also wants to impress you. I've read a ton of his stuff and I love it. But I learn a lot just by watching him.

    Brandon
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    • Profile picture of the author Ricki Roma
      WOW you are dead wrong here man
      Jay does business only with big time corporations
      even his small ticket item (with sells for 5000$) he's not promoting

      I already signed-up you should do the same
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
    Brandon,
    ...does he really expect everyone to read and consume all of that information he gives away as a free gift?
    He may. Jay is a voracious consumer of information, so the notion isn't unusual for him. And, based on his experience, a lot of people will go through every word he has to say.

    Speaking of which... I highly recommend that anyone here who signs up for that list start with the "Strategy of Preeminence."


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    • Profile picture of the author rushindo
      Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

      Brandon,He may. Jay is a voracious consumer of information, so the notion isn't unusual for him. And, based on his experience, a lot of people will go through every word he has to say.

      Speaking of which... I highly recommend that anyone here who signs up for that list start with the "Strategy of Preeminence."


      Paul
      You have a point Paul as I am one of those people who went through almost every word he had to say - that is until the point I felt like I was hearing the same thing just explained in a different way.
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    • Profile picture of the author DianaHeuser
      Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

      Speaking of which... I highly recommend that anyone here who signs up for that list start with the "Strategy of Preeminence."
      Paul
      I started reading that last night. It is a real eye opener.
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    Thanks for the link. I signed up too
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  • Profile picture of the author serresser
    I've heard of him but never purchased his programs. I'm taking the plunge on this and will see where it leads. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Nikhil V Nair
    Thank you so much for the link. I always wanted to learn more from Jay but the price was always a barrier
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    I have only ever bought one of his hardback books, but it was killed.

    Just got in on this, thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Adnan Firdous
    Jay is one of those guys who can see the future! I think, he is the Jules Verne of IM!
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  • Profile picture of the author Toasted75
    Wow, thanks for the link - that is some seriously good stuff, if you don't go and signup and download you are definitely missing out.
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  • Profile picture of the author LudwigReithofer
    thank you :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author AdmiralGloom
    Oh my. This is fantastic since I am turning my Copywriting business into a full-service Advertising Firm.

    Thanks for letting us know!
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  • Profile picture of the author TheNewGuy2010
    Christmas came early!
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Faber
    Thanks for the link. JA is definitely someone anyone could learn from, no matter how accomplished you are.

    WOW! That is a fantastic resource collection that sold for thousands when he was selling it.
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  • Profile picture of the author stephenwaldo
    If you guys want access to one of Jay's courses, Marketing Maven 2.0, at a super discount price, then I suggest you check out the Give A Little, Get a Lot fundraiser that's going on right now (I'm doing some writing for them). Jay donated his product to sell at a discount price because he believes in the cause, which is to educate children in Africa.

    It would definitely be worth checking out, although it looks like you'll have to opt-in to get more info on it. Definitely worth it though...I'm pretty sure Jay's product is in the Day 4 package (you'll see what I mean).
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  • Profile picture of the author deprhino
    Originally Posted by Joel View Post

    Yes, about 20 years ago I paid Jay Abraham thousands of dollars to participate in his 'Protege' program and I'm still using the information I learned back then.

    Now, Jay is giving away tons of his material for free, including his book, which I had purchased from Amazon.

    Yes, you have to optin in at Jay's site, but when you see what you are getting for free ... I suggest jumping on this right away. If you know who Jay is, I don't need to say more ... if you don't know who Jay is, you really need to get and read his stuff.

    Abraham.com - Marketing Genius
    Thanks a lot for the download link. I bought some of his cassette tapes way back in 1994 that I still remember listening to over and over. The guy is a marketing genius. I just watched part of the hot seat video and he is just amazing. For everyone who does not know of Jay, please do yourself a favor and get his stuff. His methods are universal and he really makes you think outside of the box.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonet Bradley
    Very nice find--thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author edwood
    I didn't hesitate a second about signing up for this one. Thanks for pointing it out Joel.

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    • Profile picture of the author Chris1212
      Many years ago... late 80's I think? I bought Jay's "compendium" which was huge. I still use it and refer to it frequently!

      If you do nothing more than learn from how he markets/sells his own products you will have learned more than some of the high priced seminars out there. Pay attention to every word of how/what he writes.

      Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author issac
    Wow! Thanks for the share. I have lots of his stuff, and still use his top 100 headlines as a reference on a regular basis
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  • Profile picture of the author DanEitreim
    I love Jay's stuff and have spent waaay more than I like to think about on it in the past. Thanks for the link I can fill in a few gaps.
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  • Profile picture of the author HairyPoppins
    Thanks for sharing. You can't be free. There ain't a damn thing like it.
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  • Profile picture of the author spearce000
    I've been a fan of Jay's for many years and went on one of his courses a while back - it totally changed my way of thinking.

    Thanks for sharing!
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  • Profile picture of the author joekoffi
    Thanks for sharing buddy
    Never read any of his works before. This gives me way to access them for almost nothing
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    • Profile picture of the author MRomeo09
      I've spent probably $50-70,000 over the last 20 years on Jay Abraham Marketing materials.

      Here is my take:

      The written material is infinitely better than the spoken material. Jay tends to ramble, and he can take two hours to make a point that can be made in a page or two of written material. So I'm a huge fan of his written stuff, in particular the Mr. X book, and some of his stuff on JV's.

      It's pretty much essential if you REALLY want to get good at expanding your mind and your marketing to get a good grounding of Jay's philosophies.

      The difference in my mind between Jay and Dan is that Jay's stuff is not nearly as useful if you're a company under $1 M a year in revenue, Jay's the guy who can help you go from $1M to $10M to $100M in revenue. Dan is the guy who can help you if you're making $50k to go to $100k. And from $100k to $250k.

      While Dan is not the most warm and fuzzy person, if you've listened to enough Jay, you'll realize he's not very warm and fuzzy either.

      I think a master marketer would have to be well-grounded in the material of both Dan and Jay. That's what I've been doing for 20 years, seems to be working for me so far.

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  • Profile picture of the author aeri
    Thanks for sharing the link I read through just about all of the above comments, so I definitely will take a look at his ebook once I'm done working on my current tasks
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    • Profile picture of the author epreneur
      Thanks so much for the link!

      I've been following Jay for several years and was not aware of this latest free collection of his excellent material.

      Earlier this year he launched what he calls "the first four magazines for entrepreneurs and business people on social media."

      These magazines "teach business people strategies related to leveraging Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin & Google."

      In fact, he describes them as "the ONLY meaningful social media magazines focused exclusively on helping small, medium-sized business owners and entrepreneurs maximize ethical opportunities and advantages with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc."

      Futhermore, he has provided complimentary one-year digital subscriptions to the four magazines at his site:

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      • Profile picture of the author KevUK
        Originally Posted by epreneur View Post

        Thanks so much for the link!

        I've been following Jay for several years and was not aware of this latest free collection of his excellent material.

        Earlier this year he launched what he calls "the first four magazines for entrepreneurs and business people on social media."

        These magazines "teach business people strategies related to leveraging Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin & Google."

        In fact, he describes them as "the ONLY meaningful social media magazines focused exclusively on helping small, medium-sized business owners and entrepreneurs maximize ethical opportunities and advantages with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc."

        Futhermore, he has provided complimentary one-year digital subscriptions to the four magazines at his site:

        Social Media Mags - Subscribe

        Steve
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        Thanks for sharing this link. More great information for us to have.

        Kevin
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        • Profile picture of the author JohnB23
          Wow, great find!

          I consider myself a pretty big fan of his work. I've listened to a lot of his stories and tapes (i.e. married a few times, divorced, icy hot, investment rarities, david hall, mac ross, etc). I don't think he's really a technology guy or internet guy. He was doing a lot of business before the internet went big in 94, 95, 96.

          IMO, I don't think he's still really figured out the internet. His website has changed a few times in the last 10 years. The articles on his old website (circa 2002/03) were great, like 100 headlines, a model sales letter, adapting profitable ideas. There were 10 or 12 really good articles and reports.

          I think the trick with Jay is figure out *Why* something works. I think thats more important than technology or the internet. I think he understands principles much better than technology.

          -I think the audio is sometimes better than the written. He does ramble, but there are some gems in that "ramble".

          In his protege course (1990), he went through his life story for a few hours. And some of the points are profound, I think they come across better than 1, 2, 3 on paper.
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  • Profile picture of the author KevUK
    Thanks for sharing this Joel
    I like many have attended Jay's events & often refer to a couple of his books I have.
    To obtain all this information for zilch is unbelievable.

    Kevin
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  • Profile picture of the author Amod Oke
    I think the trick with Jay is figure out *Why* something works. I think thats more important than technology or the internet.
    Exactly! And that's true for any kind of marketing, not only on the net. And people will be surprised how the 'why' keeps changing every few months these days..
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnB23
      Originally Posted by Amod Oke View Post

      Exactly! And that's true for any kind of marketing, not only on the net. And people will be surprised how the 'why' keeps changing every few months these days..
      I think Jay is a real master of principles.

      On some of his tapes from the 90's, he talked about how he made a lot of money with newsletter inserts in the 80's. He had deals with these financial newsletters in the 80's. That was the main source of information pre-internet.

      I think he understands how to capitalize on a principle, yet the delivery mechanism could change.

      -Also, I've learned a lot about logic from Jay. He says everything I'm about is "simple and logical". The internet is the perfect example of people trying to get too fancy, they get carried away with graphics, hyperbole, exaggeration, think they don't need a business model, etc. I think good marketing logic transcends the internet. You can tell if something is valuable online or off.
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  • Profile picture of the author Takuyar
    Fantastic.... it's a Christmas gifts. Thanks Joel!
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    • Profile picture of the author Irish Intuition
      I grabbed this a few months ago. Great stuff! Jay's strategies
      will improve ANY type of business.
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepreneurjay
    Good share on this one I will check them out.
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  • Profile picture of the author Retziki
    Jay Abraham is a great source of inspiration and knowledge.
    The classic interview to Fran Tarkenton was one of my first
    lessons in what i call advanced marketing.
    Great share!
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