The 3 most Successful Warriors of All Time

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Who do you think are the 3 most Successful Warriors of All Time?


(and by Warriors I mean Warrior Forum members)
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanmilligan
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    How do you define success?

    I'm sure we all have different definitions of the word.

    I mean it could be...

    ... The richest?
    .... The healthiest?
    ... The happiest?

    I mean, unless you define what you mean - it's a hard question to answer.
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    • Originally Posted by ryanmilligan View Post

      How do you define success?

      I'm sure we all have different definitions of the word.

      I mean it could be...

      ... The richest?
      .... The healthiest?
      ... The happiest?

      I mean, unless you define what you mean - it's a hard question to answer.
      This is a business-orientated forum, and in business there's ultimately only one metric to define success: money.
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      • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
        Originally Posted by Anonymous Affiliate View Post

        This is a business-orientated forum, and in business there's ultimately only one metric to define success: money.
        Fair enough, but what good is an income if you aren't healthy and happy? True success is multi-faceted.

        All the best,
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        • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
          Originally Posted by Michael Oksa View Post

          Fair enough, but what good is an income if you aren't healthy and happy? True success is multi-faceted.

          All the best,
          Michael
          Couldn't agree more. Any financially successful person who is also happy and fulfilled would list a bunch of other metrics, other than money, as a measure of real success.

          I have one particular customer who has a net worth of 1.4 billion dollars and he would gladly give it all up if he could get his health back to normal.

          As far as naming the most successful Warriors of all time. That would be tough. But any list should have the forum's owner, Allen Says, on it. His marketing lessons have dramatically impacted how I build my businesses from the ground up.

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        • Originally Posted by Michael Oksa View Post

          Fair enough, but what good is an income if you aren't healthy and happy? True success is multi-faceted.

          All the best,
          Michael
          Your point would certainly apply in the Philosopher Forum or the Enlightened Forum, but in the Warrior Forum (aka business forum), money is the number one metric to define success.
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          • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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            Originally Posted by Anonymous Affiliate View Post

            Your point would certainly apply in the Philosopher Forum or the Enlightened Forum, but in the Warrior Forum (aka business forum), money is the number one metric to define success.
            Of course, your argument is kind of hinging on the idea that we collect this money and then hoard it, instead of doing anything with it. You know, like taking care of health, happiness, and enlightenment.

            If it were all about money, we'd just be talking about paper and numbers on computer screens. There are other motivations behind the money other than simply having as much of it as possible .
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        • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
          Originally Posted by Michael Oksa View Post

          Fair enough, but what good is an income if you aren't healthy and happy? True success is multi-faceted.

          All the best,
          Michael
          Or if you have no one special to share it with?

          Then you could only hoard it which would be wasting it because you can't take it with you when you go, or share it with people who mean nothing to you like merchants, banks and their fees, those that hold your notes, the government in taxes, thieves, etc.

          Where's the fun or use in that?

          Terra
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      • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
        Originally Posted by Anonymous Affiliate View Post

        How could you forget the greatest of all times? Genghis Khan!

        Darth Vader was pretty kick ass too ;p
        Originally Posted by Anonymous Affiliate View Post

        This is a business-orientated forum, and in business there's ultimately only one metric to define success: money.
        Okay, I give up...what was Darth Vader's net worth?

        Besides, I don't know why you're even mentioning these two people, we only talk about money here.

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        • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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          Originally Posted by Michael Oksa View Post

          Okay, I give up...what was Darth Vader's net worth?
          Let's see. If he was smart...

          He grabbed the deed to the Jedi Temple.
          Made sure he benefited from Amidala's death.
          Probably had a little side business going on all the planets he terrorized.
          I imagine being the Empire's number 2 pays pretty well.

          Of course, with suit maintenance and 898 gallons of ice cream a week (it's a not-so-well-kept secret that he kept whining about his wife's death all the way until ROJ), he probably broke even from month to month.
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      • Profile picture of the author JasonJason
        I haven't been around the internet marketing world long enough to make any sort of accurate list of my favorite three marketers, however I can say that I do have a favorite. Alexa Smith.

        Her insightful posts have helped me better understand many different aspects of internet marketing and her advice is applicable to almost any niche. Although Warrior Forum is full of competent, friendly, and helpful members, I have a special place in my digital heart for Alexa Smith.

        And should I mention that the signature line in her posts is one my favorite sentence fragments ever!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Robert X
      Originally Posted by ryanmilligan View Post

      How do you define success?

      I'm sure we all have different definitions of the word.

      I mean it could be...

      ... The richest?
      .... The healthiest?
      ... The happiest?

      I mean, unless you define what you mean - it's a hard question to answer.
      Why do all these dooshbags answer the questions like this? Just answer the way you think. Why do you always gotta say, "Well, It depends" just answer in your version of what you think he's asking.

      Sheesh,, no one can answer simple question anymore here, Peopl always gotta go,, "well,, there's many ways to answer" 'depends on what you mean" , Shut up with that "depends" stuff and just answer the question,, like this,,, Mike Lantz,,, see how easy that was??????

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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    It's one of those things about which everyone has their own view, and there really isn't a "right answer", I think?

    I'm not sure how convincingly I could defend my "top three" choices, but off the top of my head, I go for Alexander the Great, Sun Tzu and probably Hannibal, myself.

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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      ...Alexander the Great, Sun Tzu and probably Hannibal, myself.
      That's four. You cheated.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ralph Moore
      Now, THAT'S what I call thinking outside the proverbial box! Well done, Alexa.

      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      It's one of those things about which everyone has their own view, and there really isn't a "right answer", I think?

      I'm not sure how convincingly I could defend my "top three" choices, but off the top of my head, I go for Alexander the Great, Sun Tzu and probably Hannibal, myself.

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    • Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      I go for Alexander the Great, Sun Tzu and probably Hannibal.
      How could you forget the greatest of all times? Genghis Khan!

      Darth Vader was pretty kick ass too ;p
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  • Profile picture of the author DylanC
    Originally Posted by DaveCraige View Post

    Who do you think are the 3 most Successful Warriors of All Time?
    It is really hard to tell as you would have to first define success and then collate their earnings/influence/popularity etc. and finally compare them. Not an easy thing to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author Baadier Sydow
    How about 3 most respected warriors, to keep things interesting. I'll throw John Durham's name in to the mix their. I havent been on the forum for too long, I was a lurker for a while though. I have only seen positive things written about his contributions here.
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  • Profile picture of the author DaveCraige
    Yea I am trying to learn from this forum and see who are some of the most successful members here. And by success I mean someone who has built a successful business online.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Hard to leave Attila the Hun off the list, but who does he bump down?
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      • Profile picture of the author drewsg
        Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

        Hard to leave Attila the Hun off the list, but who does he bump down?
        Attila was a great warrior, but he wasn't really "successful".
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

        Hard to leave Attila the Hun off the list, but who does he bump down?
        What about Ghengis Khan? (Edit Kragsig got that one in before me)

        Vlad the Impaler was pretty hard too.

        Julius Caesar is up there as well.

        oh and Macaulay Culkin, obviously.
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  • Profile picture of the author Norfolk
    Everybody caring to will give you a different answer to this. I guess I will go with this, on the basis of running successful online business:
    1. The owner of the Warrior Forum (and I don't even know his name) - think of all the money he rakes in from War Room memberships, WSOs, classified ads, bumps and so on, and so on. Every day.
    2. Mike Lantz - went into the market of running affiliate programs for WSOs. Found a way to compliment the Warrior Forum.
    3. Kenster comes to mind. Self-taught CPA Guru. Although of course he knows more stuff than just CPA.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kenster
      Originally Posted by Norfolk View Post

      Everybody caring to will give you a different answer to this. I guess I will go with this, on the basis of running successful online business:
      1. The owner of the Warrior Forum (and I don't even know his name) - think of all the money he rakes in from War Room memberships, WSOs, classified ads, bumps and so on, and so on. Every day.
      2. Mike Lantz - went into the market of running affiliate programs for WSOs. Found a way to compliment the Warrior Forum.
      3. Kenster comes to mind. Self-taught CPA Guru. Although of course he knows more stuff than just CPA.

      Thanks for the shout out man. Appreciate being put in the same company as my Mike and Allen! Rock on!
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    • Profile picture of the author GorillazGoods
      Originally Posted by Norfolk View Post

      Everybody caring to will give you a different answer to this. I guess I will go with this, on the basis of running successful online business:
      1. The owner of the Warrior Forum (and I don't even know his name) - think of all the money he rakes in from War Room memberships, WSOs, classified ads, bumps and so on, and so on. Every day.
      2. Mike Lantz - went into the market of running affiliate programs for WSOs. Found a way to compliment the Warrior Forum.
      3. Kenster comes to mind. Self-taught CPA Guru. Although of course he knows more stuff than just CPA.
      Finally someone who actually answered the OP's question. I'll check them out and see what they have to offer. Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author CBusiness
    are people really avoiding .... what 100% of people on this site area bout.. making money

    by success.. they mean money i'm sure

    this forum is a pure 100% organic, leader to the new world's / new age's rat race system........... web capitalism....
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    Well, here's a list of top three WSOs by Number of Views. I've got the top 50 but it's from a copyrighted ebook, so I'll give you a peek at the top three.

    Warrior Name ----- Number of WSOs ---- Number of Views
    icun ------------- 38 --------- 1009177
    jeremy-kelsall ------------- 84 ------------- 907494
    maria-gudelis ------------- 60 ------------- 704332
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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      Originally Posted by joseph7384 View Post

      Oh, there is one Warrior I would like to pay tribute to and that is our very own
      Joe Robinson master of imagery.
      *Wipes Brow* Phew, I thought I was going to have to look classless and be the first one to name myself. High-five fellow Joseph! My top three:

      1. Joe Robinson
      2. Po Stobinson
      3. Rocky (always do what Rocky says)
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Clemons
    Many of the top gurus are members here, but don't post very often, so you'd have to take that into consideration as well. Very hard to come up with a "top 3" IMO.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sabrina001
    My 3 choices are:
    Apollo and Athena, the Greek heroes
    Julius Cesar
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Well money isn't a measure of success for me. There's no point having a huge bank account if all you do is sit in a dark lonely room in front of your computer.

    Your job should only ever supplement your lifestyle -- not the other way around. In a lot of countries people live to work. You should work to live.

    So it's impossible for me to know who are the most successful. They are the people who have an online business that has allowed them to live the life they have always dreamed of. For some people that's only earning a few thousand dollars a month to supplement their regular job. For other people it is earning hundreds of thousands of dollars a year that makes them happy.

    Happiness = Success. Each persons idea of happiness is different.

    I would have it a very good guess that when it comes down to it, a lot of the guys on this forum making the BIG money are not actually happy at the end of the day.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kadztheman
      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      Well money isn't a measure of success for me. There's no point having a huge bank account if all you do is sit in a dark lonely room in front of your computer.

      Your job should only ever supplement your lifestyle -- not the other way around. In a lot of countries people live to work. You should work to live.

      So it's impossible for me to know who are the most successful. They are the people who have an online business that has allowed them to live the life they have always dreamed of. For some people that's only earning a few thousand dollars a month to supplement their regular job. For other people it is earning hundreds of thousands of dollars a year that makes them happy.

      Happiness = Success. Each persons idea of happiness is different.

      I would have it a very good guess that when it comes down to it, a lot of the guys on this forum making the BIG money are not actually happy at the end of the day.

      That is so true!
      you are a wise warrior!
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  • Profile picture of the author LetsGoViral
    Alexa Smith. If I have to name one successful warrior, then it will be her!
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Lets just assume you are referring to top 3 guys that can take you far and wide in the Internet realm.

    1. Crew Chief (a retired U.S marine/head of intelligence, alot of you don't know him, he has been here for quite sometimes and went on a special mission abroad shortly after Sept 11 attack, it was suppose to last for 3weeks but ended up lasting for 2yrs. When it looks like I was sleeping, he came and woke me up from slumber and put me in front of $50, 000 monthly, am not close to that in anyway but already have blue print, today I can do marketing, SEO, graphics, affiliate, adsense, CPA, video marketing e.t.c. He doesnt hide anything, gives everything and very dedicated. I still wonder how he managed to be so vast, well I can go on and on about this guy).

    2. Steve Wagenheim (I wonder where the hell is this guy right now, he didn't coach me directly because his charges were too high for me then but his days here were filled with hot argument, revelations and innovations. I learnt so much from his contributions here and his blog stevewagenheim dot com. He is a copywriter and super affiliate, this guy can sell anything under the sun).

    3. Alexa Smith (a long standing member, kudus lady. I love this lad, crazy in love with her niche and hard to replace. Back then each time I have problem or challenges I run to her and always quick to reply even if it's not her area she will direct me to the right person. Through her the idea of abitrary services was born in me since then I became a jack of all trade and master of all. Thanks Alexa but she stopped responding to my PM long ago after I misjudged her, apology ma).
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    • Profile picture of the author Brian Lim
      Each Warrior specialize in different areas (SEO, CPA, making $...), unless you specify a baseline for comparison, it is hard to say who are the most successful (especially success itself has lots of definitions)..

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  • Profile picture of the author drmani
    Originally Posted by DaveCraige View Post

    Who do you think are the 3 most Successful Warriors of All Time?
    TOUGH question.

    VERY tough question.

    If you'd asked "Who do you think are the 2 most Successful Warriors of All Time?"
    I'd have answered in a heartbeat...

    #1 - Allen Says (who is the mastermind behind the Warrior Forum)
    #2 - Myself

    And NOBODY can argue that it's a "wrong" answer - because your question was:
    "Who do you think are..."

    All success
    Dr.Mani

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    Techno Viking OBEY!
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  • Profile picture of the author Ankesh Kothari
    Everybody who is successful in the internet marketing field has been a warrior at one time or another. Everybody.

    So pick the 3 most successful internet marketers according to you. They are the 3 most successful warriors.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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      Originally Posted by Ankesh Kothari View Post

      Everybody who is successful in the internet marketing field has been a warrior at one time or another. Everybody.
      Lol. Nope. You'd be surprised how many people make a living online and have never registered with this place :rolleyes:.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    I would have to put Dr. Mani at the top of my list. What he does is use money to achieve something far greater than money!

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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      "of all time" probably means you don't see them here often these days...

      I'd start with Allen Says (who owns this forum)

      Then there's Mike Filsaime who was here a lot when he was getting started.

      ...and John Reese who posted here frequently till the guru-bashers took over thread after thread

      There are so many smart/successsful people here, some top copywriters and marketers and promotional geniuses. Trick is - YOU have to read enough here to recognize who is talking from experience and who is just talking.:p

      Following one person is foolish as you need to pay attention to those knowledgeable in various methods and areas of IM.

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      • Profile picture of the author Dave Espino
        Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

        "Trick is - YOU have to read enough here to recognize who is talking from experience and who is just talking." :p
        kay

        THAT'S the Quote of the day! LOL!

        Right on, Kay!

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  • Profile picture of the author Kal Sallam
    Of all time?

    - Justin Bieber

    Katy Perry

    - Rocky my dog.

    These are the top 3, and I have proof to back it up!
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  • Profile picture of the author Manoj V
    Batman
    Spiderman
    Superman
    ;-)

    On a more serious note "the 3 most successful warriors of all time", referring to members of the Warrior Forum, may have flown the nest and may probably not be around on the Forum being busy elsewhere. Most present day Warriors may not even know them.
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  • Profile picture of the author TomBuck
    Yes we get it warriors as in fighters........... Very funny.......
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
    To me a successful Warrior is one who builds an empire.

    Using that as a gauge, I would have to go with...

    1. Allen Says
    2. BIG Mike (and the whole Incansoft team)
    3. Bryan Zimmerman (and the whole JVZoo team)

    Of course there are many definitions one can use for success. I also have some favorite Warriors; some successful, some not (yet).

    All the best,
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  • 1. Ryan Deiss
    2. Steve Isers
    3. Bryan Zimmerman
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    • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
      This makes a good list of famous names to pick from

      - Allen Says

      - Frank Kern

      - Mike Filsaime

      - Joel Comm

      - Russell Brunson

      - John Reese

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      • Profile picture of the author lotsofsnow
        Originally Posted by kindsvater View Post

        This makes a good list of famous names to pick from

        - Allen Says

        - Frank Kern

        - Mike Filsaime

        - Joel Comm

        - Russell Brunson

        - John Reese

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        Frank Kern definitely seems to be a nice dude but I have not seem him on the Warrior Forum. While there is an account that carries his name it does not look like a real account.
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  • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
    HP, Frank's account is real and he used to post here more often. I took the thread literally about "all-time" successful Warriors without limiting it to a certain level of current posting activity. Sometimes I am surprised to learn how many 'names' read the forum without posting these days.

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  • Profile picture of the author therichb
    Great pack of people who are really successful on WF. I have been dreaming to meet these people someday & whatever my thoughts will be, i ll fire them directly to get quick responses.

    WoW !!! such an amazing experience talking with a fellow member from a community who is an expert from your niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Faber
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    Willie Crawford
    Allen Says
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Faber
    Wait, No

    It's Joel Comm, Mike Filsame, and John Reese.

    Hey, wasn't Corey Rudl a member here, back in the day?
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  • Profile picture of the author Employ Filipino
    There are probably warriors we know nothing of who have done a lot better things than the ones we know of.
    Any one who is successful, congratulations!

    Living young and wild and free!
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Endres
    If you consider success as that which has such impact that the whole is changed then you might throw David Preston a bone. Remember the Stupidly Simple Cash Cow thread here on the WF was the first ever to get shut down due to traffic... I'd call that successful.

    David was also the inspiration behind allowing people from outside the WF buy WSO products... again it's what measure you define success by that matters...
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  • Profile picture of the author Ryan David
    Who knows who would be considered successful? I prefer people that are able to meet their financial goals and still can spend lots of time with their families. That excludes a lot of people from my list of "successful" warriors.

    Besides, if you're talking strictly financial success, then who knows? Most people would throw out John Reese, but he admitted a few months back that he owes $500K to the IRS. So ya never know.
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