Bringing The Seminar Home

Posted on by Frank Haywood

I attribute a good part of my success to attending seminars, and it was at one of these that I met Brad Lindsay.  Brad loves going to seminars, and he uses them to find out what’s going on out there and what’s possible.

And of course he also learns some really cool things too, and this has a direct effect on how much money he earns.

He realised that for many reasons a lot of people don’t go to seminars, and after asking a few questions it boils down to money.  Most people feel it’s a little bit expensive to pay $2,000+ for the seminar, and on top of that the flights and hotel bills.

So what Brad has done is bring the seminar to you at a fraction of the price.

What I have in front of me is this HUGE, and I mean HUGE set of 18 DVDs and 18 CDs which arrived on my doorstep with a thunk!

Look, I could go on and on about it, but the best thing to do is to check out what Brad has to say himself.

BEFORE you do that, there’s one IMPORTANT thing you should know.

The price for this set is already very good, what you’ll be getting is an incredible collection.

But TODAY is Brad’s birthday and he’s knocked a chunk of money off the full set.  This is a ONE DAY ONLY deal.

Really REALLY go take a serious look at this, it’s something I want you to have, and I think you owe it to yourself to give your internet business your best shot.

http://www.frankhaywood.com/go/wisr/

-Frank Haywood


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One Comment

  1. Rob says:

    Hi Frank,

    as always, your posts bring something new and interesting to the party, but I have to pour just the smallest amount of cold water on it. Just the thought of handling all of the information on 1 Cd or DVD makes me blanche a bit, but 18 CDs and 18DVDs just gives me the horrors.

    I could see that pile just gathering dust on the sideboard at home, whilst I summoned up courage to do something about it.

    Sorry frank, but although its a HUGE offer, this one is just too much to chew.

    Looking forward to your next post.

    p.s.
    The reason I don’t go to many seminars is that it’s really difficult to work out exactly what benefit they have to offer. For some, I can see, that its more a case of building up a network, but for others the seminar needs to offer a measurable gain.

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