Why not just post it here?
I wonder if she offers for sale a book or report with the phrase “The Seven Secrets About [fill in the blank] THEY Don’t Want You To Know About!” Usually it’s a report worth $297.97 but for a limited time, it’s available for $49.97.
Post deleted on purpose due to OOPS.
Seems kind of spammy/scammy.
Didn’t look like anybody had been here for a while, so I figured I wouldn’t waste time unless someone asked me for more info. Now it’s been another 3 months, and I have no idea whether anyone will read this, so if you want to know more, send me a private e-mail and I’ll fill you in.
Is it something you don’t think you can say on this message board?
If he says it, he gets nailed as a spammer. He got reported when he first signed up and was overlooked.
I vote for “she’s secretly an alien Illuminati lizard.”
That’s not the way the SDMB works. If you have something to say, say it. If you don’t, then don’t post. We don’t want to see a bunch of infoteasers followed by pleas to email you.
Do not do this again.
When I took him up on the PM notion, what he says doesn’t line up with the notion that he’s shilling for Dani Johnson.
Probably afraid of getting sued if he just posts.
What was it, then?
We will be back in three months to let us know.
So I don’t get him sued, let’s just say he was skeptical.
Also, that it was a pretty vague criticism. I am 99.99% sure that no lawyer would take a defamation suit based on what was said, although it wasn’t Penn and Teller’s Bullshit-level vaguery.
No specific accusations related to specific incidents… and what I just typed was longer than the PM.
Hmmm, I think ‘follower’ might be just some unfortunate terminology. As someone who has read a couple of her books, I will simply tell you my thoughts, its up to you to decide.
About a year and a half ago I came across a friend who had read her book, First Steps to Wealth, and highly recommended it for becoming debt free and doing better in business and life in general.
So I looked it up on her site, and ordered the book, which is free, and paid shipping, I think $6 or $7. You can also download it for free and read it. There is no scam as far as that goes, and definitely a load of good advice.
Long story short, my hubby and I put everything we could into practice. A year and a half later, other than our mortgage, we are debt free. It’s been a lot of hard work. There is nothing ‘quick’ promised about it that I have seen.
I have invested in some of the videos and training for business and communication skills, which many businesses and companies do as part of personal growth for their employees. Successful entrepreniers also regularly invest in mentoring and self-growth. I know this, having been in contact with many over the years.
I don’t know what to tell you, other than read the book. It’s free. You can make up your own mind.
Why don’t you go ahead and tell us some of the basic principles instead?
Good grief, you want me to take an entire book and give you a few spoonfuls? There isn’t enough time or room here. All I know is that it has helped me and my husband tremendously in how we organize and deal with our finances, communication skills, and attitude towards business and personal life. I’m not refusing to say anything because it’s a big secret, but because I would be doing you an injustice by trying to explain in a few sentences what is so brilliantly done in her book.
I would like to add that my husband and I are not religious, so there is no cult following here.
We do, however, believe in always learning, always being open-minded, and listening to people who have done what we want to do. In this case it is being debt free and money and business management. We have learned valuable skills and information from other people over the years, and this information is among some of the best on a variety of different topics.
Don’t know whether that helps you out or not, all I know is that we are getting excellent results from that book.