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Re: Been There, Done That?

Postby nakitakona » 17 Apr 2016, 12:48

I agree experience is the best teacher. Others only follow suit because their friends have been there and have done it. Their testimony of the success of their job is best enough to get others to be up on their feet and start doing things.
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Re: Been There, Done That?

Postby oldbuddy » 18 Apr 2016, 01:05

nakitakona wrote:I agree experience is the best teacher. Others only follow suit because their friends have been there and have done it. Their testimony of the success of their job is best enough to get others to be up on their feet and start doing things.

Unfortunately real life does not follow theory in all cases, but if we keep sharing long enough, the really serious ones will take note and often be swayed to dig a little deeper. Thanks for your comment.
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Re: Been There, Done That?

Postby DreekLass » 18 Apr 2016, 15:43

That is why I don't fault those who have made mistakes when they try to give others mistakes. Just because one person was not able to make a method work, that doesn't mean that other people may not benefit from the information that the other person failed at making work.
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Re: Been There, Done That?

Postby tpicks » 19 Apr 2016, 14:40

I am of the opinon that you have to successfully go through the process before you start broadcasting it to others. People will believe more if you are the very lerson sharing the testimony of the workability of a system and not a hearsay.
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Re: Been There, Done That?

Postby DreekLass » 19 Apr 2016, 16:19

tpicks wrote:I am of the opinon that you have to successfully go through the process before you start broadcasting it to others. People will believe more if you are the very lerson sharing the testimony of the workability of a system and not a hearsay.


Not at all. The person who failed may have one half of the successful formula, and the second person may have the other half, and may be able to figure it out where the first person failed. But the advice has to be delivered in an appropriate way.
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Re: Been There, Done That?

Postby WorkAtHomeGal » 19 Apr 2016, 20:27

So instead of painting a glorious image of driving a new Bugatti up to a mansion with a yacht parked along side, if you can show someone how they could increase their monthly income by $100 with easy tasks, you stand a much better chance of success.


I believe in this statement and everything you wrote 100%. Why? Because I been there. When I first started in the online world I was working fulltime so I was okay with buying programs with my credit card, I had the money to do it. But I have to tell you every single one I bought I felt lied to because to much info was left out. Thanks to that I quickly learned how to watch for the scams.

Although I do not update my poor blog enough I try and write everything with truth of things I experienced with the websites I use to give people inspiration. People need to know the truth and how this online money making thing works. Yeah there are people with mansions and yachts but they never got to that overnight. This also goes for anything I post on my twitter with a referral link I try to share what I can about it.

I have failed many times with my online income in the sense of not meeting goals so I stopped making them for the time being but someday again I will have goals and do them. And I feel sharing true stories of how it went makes people more interested.
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Re: Been There, Done That?

Postby davefullmer » 23 Apr 2016, 01:05

I just read (skimmed) through this thread and the thought occurred to me that a true mentor is someone who has been through the minefield and is willing to mark out the path for safety.

Just today, I was talking with a referral of mine who 6 months ago was ready to quit a month after he started. I encouraged him to be patient and learn the progam and this week I found out that in a certain task, he had found out what to do and I didn't know how to do it myself. It turns out that our upline (would you believe oldbuddy himself) showed him how and I had to catch up. We talked about how much he had learned and because of what he learned, he would never quit the program.

2 points I am trying to make here maybe 3.

1. A month with a new program is not enough time to test the program out. I believe 6 months is the minimum commitment to see if the program will do what you expect.

2. A mentor who is willing to help is essential. Oldbuddy has proven that to me. The lessons he taught me back in 2006 while in a now defunct $10/month program have served me well for all these years. Both in website construction and modification, and in the use of Autoresponders.

and the third maybe point is this. My referral told me today that what OldBuddy taught me and I was able to share with him is keeping him busy helping his referrals. He also told me that he was having fun.

What more could we want than to build an organization where our people are learning how to be leaders themselves and having a ball doing it. Talk about retention factors!

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One more thought. People who tell me they can't refer need to understand that once they refer one person, they know how to do it again. All they need to do is practice and it gets easier.
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Re: Been There, Done That?

Postby oldbuddy » 23 Apr 2016, 02:53

One quick point to consider, your referral has not been through the minefield yet and still learned enough to mentor his mentor. I think we all grasp concepts and different rates and can often keep help flowing in both directions. I learn often new things I can use from true beginners.
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Re: Been There, Done That?

Postby germainebull » 22 May 2016, 07:38

You are dead right.

Today's internet users are more intelligent than their counterparts of the past.

Merely posting exaggerated success stories without highlight the nuts and bolts will draw few recruits.
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