View Full Version : Mass Control & similar programs?

September 11th, 2009, 03:03 PM
Hi Lynn!

I just received and read the info pkg. from Tony Robbins ft. Frank Kern.
It was really informative as far as tips and strategies on how to get the most out of your marketing efforts.

So it got me to wondering, what is the consensus on a program like Frank Kern's? Do you think it's worth the investment...?

I ask because, I want to learn as much as possible and from those such as yourself, who are already successful at this. Basically, is there any advantage to them.


Lynn Terry
September 11th, 2009, 10:56 PM
I don't have the Mass Control product, so I can't comment personally - but I know several of our members have reviewed it. I'm sure they'll pipe in with thoughts & opinions on it.

I will say this though: invest where you think it will help you the most, given YOUR objectives. Be prepared to invest time as well as the money, to learn AND implement. Any training is worthless without the implementation.

September 12th, 2009, 02:59 PM
Understood, thanks Lynn!

Coronado Cookie
September 12th, 2009, 03:36 PM
Absolutely Lynn! And I will add, don't let yourself get caught up in buying the next or newest shiney thing. I have seen too many people (friends included) hopping from one program to another, following one IM 'expert' after another and accomplishing nothing. Some I think really are looking for the easy button, which does not exist.

Others just don't choose one mentor and stick with them and their advice, program, etc.

By the way, I will admit that when I first started out I was guilty of trying too many things and not following through. Perhaps that is part of the learning curve... But I hope you will heed the advice given here and don one thing start to profit.

September 12th, 2009, 04:27 PM
Hi Corinne! Thanks for the advice, I have decided to just focus on Rosalind Gardener's Prog. and what is recommended therein and the resources that are available here. I will admit that I would like to accelerate the learning curve, but understand also that any true success comes from committing yourself to the goal at hand and not in finding the easiest or quickest route to that goal.