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As a current member I’ll give you my take and opinion.Hello,
It seems very interesting. To me it's a no brainer that getting a coach will make you better a hundred times faster, if you put the work, like in every other sport or activity.
Only question I have is should I subscribe now or wait for a better timing, since I am actually busy with something I need to finish, and that takes me a lot of time (surgery residency).
How many hours do you "have" (get) to spend on course-related things ? I know it will change greatly depending on every person, but may be you can tell the minimum time investment required to get good benefits from the coaching ?
Also, I live in France, at what time does the calls happen ? And if you can't make it, it is still worth it ?
Thank you for your time.
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Thank you very much for your answer! Currently finishing to write my thesis, should be done until September, will definitely sign up after!As a current member I’ll give you my take and opinion.
I have not made any of the live calls which is fine because I watch/listen to the recordings at least twice during the week. The activities take anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour, depends how deep into it you go. I will listen while exercising once so I don’t consider that time I’m setting aside. 3-4 hours a week is more than sufficient to get a lot of value from this.
Calls are typically between 11:00am-12:00pm CST which I believe would fall around 8:00-9:00pm in France.
Lastly from a now vs. later perspective, $197/month now, $297/month later.
Let's do it, my friend!Couldn't resist after reading that sentence in the coaching description....
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I'll leave you with this........ one of the things that drives me: when my Dad passed away suddenly, the visitation and the funeral procession were long. I mean you couldn't see the end of the line long. A LOT of people stopped what they were doing and came to pay respects and spend a few minutes telling me, and each other, the impact my Father had on their life. They talked together for hours upon hours.
My goal in life is that one day when the Good Lord decides that I have done enough and that my time is up ...... my goal is that there is a line of people as far as the eye can see. Not just there to pay respects. No, standing there with a little piece of paper in their hand. People that feel they have a few words that need to be said. A few words that people need to hear because I made a difference in their life.
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Quit dicking around and get to work. Start now.Your post really struck a nerve. My dad died in 2005 and about a third of our hometown - small, but about 750 people - turned out for his funeral. They were lined up two blocks down on a cold, Midwestern, January day. He was very flawed in my eyes, so I was astounded at all the people who came to pay their respects. I'd be lucky to have a handful of people at my funeral, and I wonder if it's too late to change that. Sobering.
And drop the "Digital Wantrapreneur" tagline. How is thinking of yourself as a "wantrapreneur" going to help you make progress?Quit dicking around and get to work. Start now.
Had forgotten that was my tag line. Wrote that in a fit of disgust with myself and with all the action fakers who call themselves entrepreneurs, or worse, "visionaries." Will change it.And drop the "Digital Wantrapreneur" tagline. How is thinking of yourself as a "wantrapreneur" going to help you make progress?
NOTABLE! - Beware! Growth-Killing Identity Labels...
I think MJ also started a better thread than the one above, but I can't find it now.
Uh oh *Takes a step back* Let me go read it againIf you're up for it!
Did you read the whole spiel? Do you know what you're getting yourself into?
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