Some VF gurus show testimonies of excessive results. If the profits on a deal are 4 times more than a real estate agent would get then I am concerned about 2 things:
(1) Do they use atypical figures and hype to sell seminars
(2) Do they groom students to be greedy and rip others off
I am a blogger and have done a few reviews on wealth seminars and their gurus. I am not a player in creative strategies or a seller, except for promoting investar memberships. I am concerned about hype in seminars and what I would call hypnotic sales tactics. I feel we have made a mistake by buying the ebay magic course sold by Matt and Amanda Clarkson on Stuart Zadel's free wealth promotion seminars. Talk about emotional buying. Go home and do your research first. They say you will miss out on the deal, but I recon that's just another trick. Zadel is a very captivating speaker and performs some sort of magic stage show. We all like success stories and feel that we can make it as well. But it all has a price and not everybody can be on top of the ladder. His guests include hot selling property gurus as well. Stay rational analyse the figures and watch out for figments of the imagination. The dream is the real product that is sold. Confidence is good when it is paired with skills that bring results.