Which Coaches Are Good ? ...

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Just wondering if any of the coaches in the WSO section is any good? Seems like the one-on-one component is largely just answer one email or so in 24 hrs, which makes it kind of steep. Any experiences or success stories here?
#coaches #good
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  • Profile picture of the author J R Salem
    You need to be educated enough on a topic before hiring a coach to take you to the next level.

    It will be hard from the ground up, or at the very least take more time than you think. '

    Just go into it willing to learn.
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  • Profile picture of the author 11811
    I think at some point you just have to pick one and give it a shot. I know you don't want to make the 'wrong' choice but this is the kind of thing where you just never know until you find what works for you!
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  • Profile picture of the author rodsav
    You can't go wrong by getting a coach, of course you are trying to find the right one. I wasted a lot time and money before I finally did it. Just do it and don't look back.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie
    Personally I'm a fan of Mark Ling and Affilorama. I think the information he teaches via Affiloblueprint etc. is still largely relevant (and updated from time to time as well). The free forum is a wealth of information which is actively supported by his staff and other members. At least that's my experience.

    Paul Anthony.

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