How To Use Momentum To GROW!

It’s been a little while since we last spoke.

But there has been some really cool stuff going on. I’m referring to the MASSIVE growth of my business.

If you’ll allow me a few minutes, I can show you how I am implementing the ideas from the Manifesto in my own business. Think of it as a mini-case study.

First…

I’m playing to my strengths.

Believe it or not, I’m not the greatest hiring manager in the world. But that’s ok, because I know how to work around the problem.

I simply brought in a consultant (a longtime friend) to assist me with my team building efforts as the business grows. That way I can focus on what I like to do, (coaching my clients).

Second…

I’m buying a new office space (as opposed to renting) in order to house a larger staff.

Having a physical space for your team to work out of can really help to grow a business and build a cohesive team. Sure, virtual workers are useful, but I believe it’s useful to have a physical staff when building a multimillion dollar company.

Third…

My team is implementing and designing systems to deal with all the new clients that are now on board. It’s crucial to me that everyone is taken care of, and the only way to make sure that happens is to have standard procedures for handling issues.

I’d like to note here that the process of creating systems and standard procedures is not a “clean” process.

It takes a lot of “dirty” work before a routine or task can be systematized. A perfect process does not simply appear out of thin air. It takes a bit of refinement.

Well, that’s all for now. I just wanted to give you a bit of an update and let you know how things are going.

I hope you found this post useful, and as you can see, I am continuing to build on the momentum that my launch generated so I can take this business to the next level.

So as soon as I get everything running to my standards I’ll have some INCREDIBLE stuff to share with you that will really build on the manifesto and the missing chapter.

Rich

62 thoughts on “How To Use Momentum To GROW!”

  1. Growth is good.

    Growth for growth’s sake is not.

    If growth is accompanied by a reduction in your free time, the enjoyment of your business,e tc – then it’s not good.

    Am I being dumb, or are you approaching maximum veloicity in your business?

    Or maybe if you hire enough good people it’ll all work out

    Good luck!

    Andrew Larder
    MarketingSharks.com

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  2. Growth is good.

    Growth for growth’s sake is not.

    If growth is accompanied by a reduction in your free time, the enjoyment of your business,e tc – then it’s not good.

    Am I being dumb, or are you approaching maximum veloicity in your business?

    Or maybe if you hire enough good people it’ll all work out

    Good luck!

    Andrew Larder
    MarketingSharks.com

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  3. Hey Rich,

    I hope I’m the first to post!

    I just wanna say thank you for sharing all that in the past 2 reports.

    I’m now starting to hire out more free lancers, out tasking some of the tasks that I’m horrible at doing.

    I’ve learnt so much from you, much more than some 1000 page home study course.

    Keep up the great work!

    P.S. I’m no longer an opportunity seeker, I’m no longer a “slave” to internet marketing products! Thank you once again.

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  4. Hey Rich,

    I hope I’m the first to post!

    I just wanna say thank you for sharing all that in the past 2 reports.

    I’m now starting to hire out more free lancers, out tasking some of the tasks that I’m horrible at doing.

    I’ve learnt so much from you, much more than some 1000 page home study course.

    Keep up the great work!

    P.S. I’m no longer an opportunity seeker, I’m no longer a “slave” to internet marketing products! Thank you once again.

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  5. Reading all the post before this one, I was thinking that Rich would forget the rest of us who had not got the opportunity to be in his coaching program. I was wrong.

    I’m looking forward to seeing those INCREDIBLE STUFFs, sooooon.

    Thanks before, Rich.

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  6. Reading all the post before this one, I was thinking that Rich would forget the rest of us who had not got the opportunity to be in his coaching program. I was wrong.

    I’m looking forward to seeing those INCREDIBLE STUFFs, sooooon.

    Thanks before, Rich.

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  7. Hi Rich

    I have read your manifesto and the missing chapter, they are good. Setting a high standard from these, I suppose your “INCREDIBLE stuff” will be better 🙂

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  8. Hi Rich

    I have read your manifesto and the missing chapter, they are good. Setting a high standard from these, I suppose your “INCREDIBLE stuff” will be better 🙂

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  9. Hi Rich,
    Many thanks for this update. It will be interesting to watch you flesh out in your own business what you are teaching us.

    This whole thing is proving to be quite a ride. A bit scary at times; but As Thomas Edison once said ‘Every man who has a great idea develops it to a point where he thinks that it is impossible because of its magnitude. He then becomes fearful, but that is no point at which to quit.” (Quoted as best as I can remember it).
    Once again thank you.
    Errol

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  10. Hi Rich,
    Many thanks for this update. It will be interesting to watch you flesh out in your own business what you are teaching us.

    This whole thing is proving to be quite a ride. A bit scary at times; but As Thomas Edison once said ‘Every man who has a great idea develops it to a point where he thinks that it is impossible because of its magnitude. He then becomes fearful, but that is no point at which to quit.” (Quoted as best as I can remember it).
    Once again thank you.
    Errol

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  11. This message reminded me of one of my first thoughts when I listed to the welcome call. It sounds great for Rich, but WIIFM?

    I don’t want to sound negative, because I know there is a lot we can learn from watching others be successful.

    However, I don’t want to just “watch” I want to “do.” I hope the plan for this coaching will not only show us what Rich is doing, but give us real ways we can apply that to our own business.

    Matt

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  12. This message reminded me of one of my first thoughts when I listed to the welcome call. It sounds great for Rich, but WIIFM?

    I don’t want to sound negative, because I know there is a lot we can learn from watching others be successful.

    However, I don’t want to just “watch” I want to “do.” I hope the plan for this coaching will not only show us what Rich is doing, but give us real ways we can apply that to our own business.

    Matt

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  13. i appreciate your keeping us abreast of your business cycle.
    I also am moving in to a new space, although i am renting until i have a better sense of my growth curve.
    I thought we were going to have a lot of work to do, which translates to me into homework…i’m in the elite program…
    haven’t seen much for me to do yet…wondering why..

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  14. i appreciate your keeping us abreast of your business cycle.
    I also am moving in to a new space, although i am renting until i have a better sense of my growth curve.
    I thought we were going to have a lot of work to do, which translates to me into homework…i’m in the elite program…
    haven’t seen much for me to do yet…wondering why..

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  15. Rich,

    Thanks so much for all the concepts you’ve shared to-date.

    They came at a pivotal point and already I can feel myself making stronger responses to people who want to keep my dream little.

    I’m stronger, more determined, and 1000 times more focused because I’m taking time to really think through what I want, and why I want it, and how I’ll get it and share it. I’m thinking way outside the money box.

    It’s funny to watch people when they come in contact with someone who knows their compelling reason and purpose.

    But I must tell you … I’m having the most fun with the people who think that my “next step” is to find/accept an hourly wage.

    … well … no, the most fun is watching people’s reaction when I tell them I want more than money in exchange for my skills. If they get it, they know I’m asking for more … and they see how it could be mutually beneficial.

    If they don’t get it … I’m not working with them.

    Bummed I’m not in the coaching program but … let’s see if i take this concept … and mix in this part of this concept … and now … what else can i do? … hmmm … how does that mad scientist laugh go? Bwah ha ha ha… yeah … something like that.

    Have fun!
    pamElise

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  16. Rich,

    Thanks so much for all the concepts you’ve shared to-date.

    They came at a pivotal point and already I can feel myself making stronger responses to people who want to keep my dream little.

    I’m stronger, more determined, and 1000 times more focused because I’m taking time to really think through what I want, and why I want it, and how I’ll get it and share it. I’m thinking way outside the money box.

    It’s funny to watch people when they come in contact with someone who knows their compelling reason and purpose.

    But I must tell you … I’m having the most fun with the people who think that my “next step” is to find/accept an hourly wage.

    … well … no, the most fun is watching people’s reaction when I tell them I want more than money in exchange for my skills. If they get it, they know I’m asking for more … and they see how it could be mutually beneficial.

    If they don’t get it … I’m not working with them.

    Bummed I’m not in the coaching program but … let’s see if i take this concept … and mix in this part of this concept … and now … what else can i do? … hmmm … how does that mad scientist laugh go? Bwah ha ha ha… yeah … something like that.

    Have fun!
    pamElise

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  17. There is no substance to any of these voice conferences. They are vague, and lack any direction or real applications toward problem solving. We need to know what actual (real life) steps need to be taken from an analytical point of view. Get us from point A to Z with relevant and factual information. Example of my issues relate to you’re e-mail above: What growth?, implementing and designing what systems?, what dirty work?, what momentum? You don’t really say anything. Please be more informative and specific in the future.

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  18. There is no substance to any of these voice conferences. They are vague, and lack any direction or real applications toward problem solving. We need to know what actual (real life) steps need to be taken from an analytical point of view. Get us from point A to Z with relevant and factual information. Example of my issues relate to you’re e-mail above: What growth?, implementing and designing what systems?, what dirty work?, what momentum? You don’t really say anything. Please be more informative and specific in the future.

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  19. Hello Rich,

    You know since I read your Manefesto and Missing Chapter it has reminded me of the many departments of a business and I remember first seeing a similar plan like this from Frank Kern some years ago and I was looking for that particular information in my storage.

    Well I must say being able to see the tremendous impact it has had on so many people Rich, my must say well done my friend well done.

    This is something that I recommend to all my new clients when they buy my products is to look over your business manefesto and your missing chapter to help fully realize that they should build a business and not only look for an income on the side, because once you put your heart into something it’s unlimited as to amount of money you can make.

    But at the same time you know I have joined membership sites and have membership sites which helps people improve their skills in SEO, copywriting, graphic designing, etc. and I love the fact of offering products that actually educate others and also giving them helpful resources to use to help build their businesses and that’s what it’s all about is helping other’s and making a profit at the same time.

    Thanks for the information Rich and I have heard of you some years ago when I was in New York I had picked up a newspaper and it had one of your clinics on it and that was pretty cool.

    I also must say this when it comes to coaching it’s something of an amazement and I currently in a few coaching programs and will be building my business into a success information business and use the profits to invest the money to make a little more money in a variety of ways.

    Again thanks for the update and being a man who actually offers information and tips and actually uses the information he offers to build his own business.

    Over the years we all have probably been opportunity seekers and I have fallen prey to this to many times and when I was France earlier this year, it became perfectly clear to really focus my time on building a business and making it successful.

    Best of luck to us all and may we succeed and move up to be able to see a little more clearer.

    Best Regards,

    Julio

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  20. Hello Rich,

    You know since I read your Manefesto and Missing Chapter it has reminded me of the many departments of a business and I remember first seeing a similar plan like this from Frank Kern some years ago and I was looking for that particular information in my storage.

    Well I must say being able to see the tremendous impact it has had on so many people Rich, my must say well done my friend well done.

    This is something that I recommend to all my new clients when they buy my products is to look over your business manefesto and your missing chapter to help fully realize that they should build a business and not only look for an income on the side, because once you put your heart into something it’s unlimited as to amount of money you can make.

    But at the same time you know I have joined membership sites and have membership sites which helps people improve their skills in SEO, copywriting, graphic designing, etc. and I love the fact of offering products that actually educate others and also giving them helpful resources to use to help build their businesses and that’s what it’s all about is helping other’s and making a profit at the same time.

    Thanks for the information Rich and I have heard of you some years ago when I was in New York I had picked up a newspaper and it had one of your clinics on it and that was pretty cool.

    I also must say this when it comes to coaching it’s something of an amazement and I currently in a few coaching programs and will be building my business into a success information business and use the profits to invest the money to make a little more money in a variety of ways.

    Again thanks for the update and being a man who actually offers information and tips and actually uses the information he offers to build his own business.

    Over the years we all have probably been opportunity seekers and I have fallen prey to this to many times and when I was France earlier this year, it became perfectly clear to really focus my time on building a business and making it successful.

    Best of luck to us all and may we succeed and move up to be able to see a little more clearer.

    Best Regards,

    Julio

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  21. Oh by the way I am currently reworking my main website to offer some very useful information and so I am promoting my membership sites of course by using sub domain names which are really helpful when you are promoting your affiliate and or membership sites and they are hosted by another company.

    It’s really good to be in business but as long as you take the first step and get yourself on your way to making sales and offering products that you have used yourself and everything I am currently offering I am using myself.

    I prefer not to only talk but to be able to walk the walk as well.

    All the best,

    Julio

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  22. Oh by the way I am currently reworking my main website to offer some very useful information and so I am promoting my membership sites of course by using sub domain names which are really helpful when you are promoting your affiliate and or membership sites and they are hosted by another company.

    It’s really good to be in business but as long as you take the first step and get yourself on your way to making sales and offering products that you have used yourself and everything I am currently offering I am using myself.

    I prefer not to only talk but to be able to walk the walk as well.

    All the best,

    Julio

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  23. Thanks for the glimpses of your business model; how you’ve approached it and where you are taking it.

    As many gurus that I study and work with, I am glad I somehow got on your list. Your straightforwardness is refreshing in the online world of hype. I myself have fallen victim to the opportunistic fever that abounds on the internet, but thanks to my mentors, and they are many, and for the true business people like yourself, and that little e-book called “manifesto”, I have been righted and am now steering the ship in the right direction.

    Now if only I can get that adsense and adwords and traffic generation and butterflies and consultations and . . . LOL!

    Keep me posted and soon I will be one of your clients as well!

    Warmly,
    Jorge

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  24. Thanks for the glimpses of your business model; how you’ve approached it and where you are taking it.

    As many gurus that I study and work with, I am glad I somehow got on your list. Your straightforwardness is refreshing in the online world of hype. I myself have fallen victim to the opportunistic fever that abounds on the internet, but thanks to my mentors, and they are many, and for the true business people like yourself, and that little e-book called “manifesto”, I have been righted and am now steering the ship in the right direction.

    Now if only I can get that adsense and adwords and traffic generation and butterflies and consultations and . . . LOL!

    Keep me posted and soon I will be one of your clients as well!

    Warmly,
    Jorge

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  25. Is it just me or are you all talk and no action? I’ve been hearing you use all these fluff words like:
    “My team is implementing and designing systems to deal
    with all the new clients that are now on board.”
    all the time. But you rarely tell us what the systems are, you just use some fluff words like designing and implementing and bla bla bla. Show us, don’t tell us!

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  26. Is it just me or are you all talk and no action? I’ve been hearing you use all these fluff words like:
    “My team is implementing and designing systems to deal
    with all the new clients that are now on board.”
    all the time. But you rarely tell us what the systems are, you just use some fluff words like designing and implementing and bla bla bla. Show us, don’t tell us!

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  27. Anonymous, you may be right, but at the same time, the coaching clients paid for something didn’t they?

    Why would he give it away free?

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  28. Anonymous, you may be right, but at the same time, the coaching clients paid for something didn’t they?

    Why would he give it away free?

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  29. For anyone with a growing business, the leap from rented accommodation to purchasing your own building has a great psychological impact.

    I went through all this in the 70’s. Leases you can opt out of at some point if business is not so good; a property you purchase provides a very important incentive.

    You know you have to pay your mortgage every month, so you really focus on the business!

    Additionally, the purchase of a property is like enforced savings. Instead of lining a landlord’s pocket, you are taking the same money and putting some of it (after deducting mortgage interest) back into your own pocket.

    I have been there, and done that as they say. So, if Rich has taken that leap of faith, congratulations. I am glad I did, and still owning that property some 30 years later, it has a value far exceeding my initial investment.

    Purchasing a building, taking on extra staff – these are expensive moves, but as time goes by, Rich, the sweaty palms will disappear and, at some time in the future, you may even look to expand.

    Being a self-employed entrepreneur is a scary business and I wouldn’t change the way that has had such a positive effect on my life over the past 40 years.

    The early days, as with most businesses, can be bumpy, but that is how we learn how to improve and grow.

    Rich is “growing”.

    Regards

    Mandrake

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  30. For anyone with a growing business, the leap from rented accommodation to purchasing your own building has a great psychological impact.

    I went through all this in the 70’s. Leases you can opt out of at some point if business is not so good; a property you purchase provides a very important incentive.

    You know you have to pay your mortgage every month, so you really focus on the business!

    Additionally, the purchase of a property is like enforced savings. Instead of lining a landlord’s pocket, you are taking the same money and putting some of it (after deducting mortgage interest) back into your own pocket.

    I have been there, and done that as they say. So, if Rich has taken that leap of faith, congratulations. I am glad I did, and still owning that property some 30 years later, it has a value far exceeding my initial investment.

    Purchasing a building, taking on extra staff – these are expensive moves, but as time goes by, Rich, the sweaty palms will disappear and, at some time in the future, you may even look to expand.

    Being a self-employed entrepreneur is a scary business and I wouldn’t change the way that has had such a positive effect on my life over the past 40 years.

    The early days, as with most businesses, can be bumpy, but that is how we learn how to improve and grow.

    Rich is “growing”.

    Regards

    Mandrake

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  31. Hmm, about purchasing properties: in my home town in Germany, ALL businesses that bought their own property went out of business two years afterwards, and these were large companies with dozens of employees.

    The reason was that things did not went as well as expected, and suddenly they faced themselves sitting in a big empty building they could neither use nor rent, but with a big mortage draining their fonds.

    Other than that, I think implementing systems is a good thing, I have started doing it. I have also started tracking how long I work on the different tasks.

    If you want to learn more about systems, consider reading Michael Gerber’s book “The E-Myth Revisited”.

    Always my best,

    John

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  32. Hmm, about purchasing properties: in my home town in Germany, ALL businesses that bought their own property went out of business two years afterwards, and these were large companies with dozens of employees.

    The reason was that things did not went as well as expected, and suddenly they faced themselves sitting in a big empty building they could neither use nor rent, but with a big mortage draining their fonds.

    Other than that, I think implementing systems is a good thing, I have started doing it. I have also started tracking how long I work on the different tasks.

    If you want to learn more about systems, consider reading Michael Gerber’s book “The E-Myth Revisited”.

    Always my best,

    John

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  33. Hey Rich,
    Did any one ever tell you that you are the bomb bro!! (you are)
    I can only Imagine the explosion of information that you plan on realeasing
    Too the people like me who were a little late to catch the first wave.
    I’m only 1% of the title wave that is just wating to come to shore.
    But I just wanted to make sure and thank you for such a quality plan to stay focused on in your manifesto.
    I am greatful for you and your guidence and will make the best use of it as possible your freind.
    scot corbett
    PS.Thanks for leaving no one behind that takes real class:)

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  34. Hey Rich,
    Did any one ever tell you that you are the bomb bro!! (you are)
    I can only Imagine the explosion of information that you plan on realeasing
    Too the people like me who were a little late to catch the first wave.
    I’m only 1% of the title wave that is just wating to come to shore.
    But I just wanted to make sure and thank you for such a quality plan to stay focused on in your manifesto.
    I am greatful for you and your guidence and will make the best use of it as possible your freind.
    scot corbett
    PS.Thanks for leaving no one behind that takes real class:)

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  35. Rcih, I am sure you will agree that much of what you say is an extension on the “common sense” that we should already know. I have started putting some of your strategies of outsourcing work that I are not good at or unwilling to do and it has freed up time and the todo list that is sitting in my head.

    Thanks for these blog posts

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  36. Rcih, I am sure you will agree that much of what you say is an extension on the “common sense” that we should already know. I have started putting some of your strategies of outsourcing work that I are not good at or unwilling to do and it has freed up time and the todo list that is sitting in my head.

    Thanks for these blog posts

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  37. It is great to hear about your (or anybody elses) business success.

    I am very interested in your comments about the process of creating systems and standard procedures not being a “clean” process. I used to write perfect procedures but never completed any “perfect” procedures.

    We struggled with systemising our business until we accidently came upon a process mapping (flow charting) and documentation tool called 4TQToolKit. This tool enables processes to be documented and managed about three times faster than any tool we have seen.

    4TQToolKit applications are so good that we have changed the focus of our business improvement consulting business to helping our clients understand and simplify their business processes using 4TQToolKit. Why? Because most people understand the philosophy of why they should systemise their business but do not have access to the essential methods and tools to achieve this.

    All the best,
    Bob

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  38. It is great to hear about your (or anybody elses) business success.

    I am very interested in your comments about the process of creating systems and standard procedures not being a “clean” process. I used to write perfect procedures but never completed any “perfect” procedures.

    We struggled with systemising our business until we accidently came upon a process mapping (flow charting) and documentation tool called 4TQToolKit. This tool enables processes to be documented and managed about three times faster than any tool we have seen.

    4TQToolKit applications are so good that we have changed the focus of our business improvement consulting business to helping our clients understand and simplify their business processes using 4TQToolKit. Why? Because most people understand the philosophy of why they should systemise their business but do not have access to the essential methods and tools to achieve this.

    All the best,
    Bob

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  39. Rich,

    With all due respect for an outstanding launch promotion and groundbreaking concepts in Manifesto and Chapter, I am seeking the substance to the actual program in which I enrolled.

    Unless I am somehow outside of the membership mailings, I have not yet seen a schedule for main calls, Q & A, or a vehicle to get the community of students “in the loop”.

    It is a tiny bit concerning to me to hear about your handling all the massive growth after the enrolling event. I don’t want to be a customer that needs to be “dealt with”. I want to be top priority, and how that would be felt would be through more personal and meaningful communication to the student body.

    Is there perhaps a private blog for your students where you could post the transparency you talked of in the beginning? Perhaps vamp for the next call, or other messages to connect with us?

    I have read the posts to your blog and I feel the subtle message that the enrolled students are craving a more personal connection. And I do not mean one-on-one attention. I mean a connection that lets us know that the launch was not nearly as important to you as rentention and OUR results.

    I have taken the material of the last two calls to heart. Put pen to paper. But I also need to see where this is headed. If the monthly calls and Q & A are fenceposts, perhaps a few “pickets” to guide each of our own momentum.

    Very sincerely,
    Stephanie

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  40. Rich,

    With all due respect for an outstanding launch promotion and groundbreaking concepts in Manifesto and Chapter, I am seeking the substance to the actual program in which I enrolled.

    Unless I am somehow outside of the membership mailings, I have not yet seen a schedule for main calls, Q & A, or a vehicle to get the community of students “in the loop”.

    It is a tiny bit concerning to me to hear about your handling all the massive growth after the enrolling event. I don’t want to be a customer that needs to be “dealt with”. I want to be top priority, and how that would be felt would be through more personal and meaningful communication to the student body.

    Is there perhaps a private blog for your students where you could post the transparency you talked of in the beginning? Perhaps vamp for the next call, or other messages to connect with us?

    I have read the posts to your blog and I feel the subtle message that the enrolled students are craving a more personal connection. And I do not mean one-on-one attention. I mean a connection that lets us know that the launch was not nearly as important to you as rentention and OUR results.

    I have taken the material of the last two calls to heart. Put pen to paper. But I also need to see where this is headed. If the monthly calls and Q & A are fenceposts, perhaps a few “pickets” to guide each of our own momentum.

    Very sincerely,
    Stephanie

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  41. Thanks Rich, I try to inhail everything you say. It’s important to me, the thing is I haven’t bought anything from you yet. I can’t afford it. Gladly I have taken the advice from your reports and right now I work with the best outsourcing team in philpins. You wouldn’t belive the quality of work.. it’s the best design I’ve seen and I have been online for several years “trying to make it.” And the text message.. I thought I had John Carlton on the other end, and they only want 1/10 of the real value — thank god for outsourcing.

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  42. Thanks Rich, I try to inhail everything you say. It’s important to me, the thing is I haven’t bought anything from you yet. I can’t afford it. Gladly I have taken the advice from your reports and right now I work with the best outsourcing team in philpins. You wouldn’t belive the quality of work.. it’s the best design I’ve seen and I have been online for several years “trying to make it.” And the text message.. I thought I had John Carlton on the other end, and they only want 1/10 of the real value — thank god for outsourcing.

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  43. Thanks Rich, this is in reference to your “The Missing Chapter” of the Manifesto. I have to say you hit the nail on the head again when you mentioned passion, strengths, being key ingrediants to success. Great report, I will definetely be using these ingrediants in my upcoming venture. Again thanks.

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  44. Thanks Rich, this is in reference to your “The Missing Chapter” of the Manifesto. I have to say you hit the nail on the head again when you mentioned passion, strengths, being key ingrediants to success. Great report, I will definetely be using these ingrediants in my upcoming venture. Again thanks.

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  45. Hi,

    I’m not sure this is the right place to post this…but I don’t see any other way to contact you…

    I just wanted to tell you that your manifesto & it’s missing chapter got me thinking creatively about how to get the help I need in my business. I came up with an idea I’d like to share, as it might inspire someone else. Basically, I’m planning on posting this in my local synagouge and elsewhere if needed till I find the right person for the job!
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    Are you a young lady (high school age or older) who would like to learn the skills to start your own business? If so, read on!

    As my business (www.SolutionsForBusyMoms.com) grows — I need assistance in keeping up with it all! My need for assistance could also be a terrific opportunity for you! As you help me, I will happily teach you how to create your own successful business — online or offline!

    The starting salary I have to offer is modest, but experience that you will gain will be priceless. As a Life & Business coach, I love to mentor women to create their own successful, fulfilling home businesses & and balance it with the rest of their busy lives.

    As your mentor/employer, be aware that your academic success is a top priority for me — so I can be flexible with the hours that I need you to work. Your schoolwork comes first.

    I am looking for a committed, motivated young lady with basic computer skills and good writing skills. Beyond that, I will teach you what you need to know. Access to a computer & a high-speed internet connection is a plus, but not necessity.

    If you are interested in becoming my apprentice please write an essay on “Why You Should Choose Me As Your Apprentice” be sure to mention your personal reasons for wanting to be my apprentice. The essay can be whatever length you choose. After I read your essay, I will contact you for an informal interview, so please remember to include your contact information.

    Please Send or Drop off your essay to:

    Sarah Zeldman
    11 Lisa Cresent
    Thornhill On, L4J 2N2

    You could also send it via email to [email protected]

    Any Questions?
    Call Sarah at 905-709-5918 or send me an email at [email protected]

    Reply
  46. Hi,

    I’m not sure this is the right place to post this…but I don’t see any other way to contact you…

    I just wanted to tell you that your manifesto & it’s missing chapter got me thinking creatively about how to get the help I need in my business. I came up with an idea I’d like to share, as it might inspire someone else. Basically, I’m planning on posting this in my local synagouge and elsewhere if needed till I find the right person for the job!
    *******************************
    Local Mom-Entrepreneur Seeks “The Apprentice”
    *******************************
    Are you a young lady (high school age or older) who would like to learn the skills to start your own business? If so, read on!

    As my business (www.SolutionsForBusyMoms.com) grows — I need assistance in keeping up with it all! My need for assistance could also be a terrific opportunity for you! As you help me, I will happily teach you how to create your own successful business — online or offline!

    The starting salary I have to offer is modest, but experience that you will gain will be priceless. As a Life & Business coach, I love to mentor women to create their own successful, fulfilling home businesses & and balance it with the rest of their busy lives.

    As your mentor/employer, be aware that your academic success is a top priority for me — so I can be flexible with the hours that I need you to work. Your schoolwork comes first.

    I am looking for a committed, motivated young lady with basic computer skills and good writing skills. Beyond that, I will teach you what you need to know. Access to a computer & a high-speed internet connection is a plus, but not necessity.

    If you are interested in becoming my apprentice please write an essay on “Why You Should Choose Me As Your Apprentice” be sure to mention your personal reasons for wanting to be my apprentice. The essay can be whatever length you choose. After I read your essay, I will contact you for an informal interview, so please remember to include your contact information.

    Please Send or Drop off your essay to:

    Sarah Zeldman
    11 Lisa Cresent
    Thornhill On, L4J 2N2

    You could also send it via email to [email protected]

    Any Questions?
    Call Sarah at 905-709-5918 or send me an email at [email protected]

    Reply
  47. As a proud member of Rich’s Elite Coaching Program, I just HAVE to let those who are in the Monthly Program know that you are in for the GREATEST LEARNING EXPERIENCE of your business life! Because our program is an accelerated program, and runs in 12 weeks instead of 12 months, we have been receiving information at a fantastic rate – all of which is not only PRICELESS (with the coaching fees a tiny drop-in-the-bucket compared to financial potential created by the application of even a small percentage of these ideas) – but it’s presented in a clear, logical, easy-to-follow manner that allows the client to absorb it in a way that will make its application in our businesses both efficient and extremely effective!

    This week’s Module – which includes a detailed section on “Competitive Intelligence & Analysis” is – in my humble opinion – so completely filled with utterly invaluable information, resources and skills that, even if you paid little attention to the previous Modules (and you’d be a fool if you had), the material in this Module alone would help you to skyrocket your profits through the clouds!

    About 2 years ago, when I convinced the Board of the charitable organization I head to use Internet businesses to generate income for raising funds to operate our various charitable programs for the public, I had never heard of Rich Schefren. Then, earlier this year, when the board approved my request for us to obtain Mike Filsaime’s full Butterfly Marketing Course to operate new sites to pay for our Food Bank Assistance Program (and others), it came with a CD of an interview between Mike and Rich. I hadn’t heard Rich speak more than 5 minutes when I KNEW IN MY HEART, that somehow, someday, I would HAVE TO “sit at the feet of the master” and absorb all that he was willing to pour out in business knowledge! I KNEW that he could improve our fundraising operations, through the improvement of the for-profit businesses that direct money into our non-profit charity, better than any 10 Harvard MBA Grad’s!

    Truly, I can say that his coaching has been a “Godsend” in every way! We have business people on our various boards, including our Board of Lay Advisors, but their knowledge doesn’t touch his by a 100 miles!

    So, to all of the Monthly Program Members, you ARE in for A BLAST – in more ways than one! I wish every coach/trainer/teacher presented such important materials in so easy-to-understand and easy-to-implement ways! There’s NO FLUFF in this program – just purely distilled, 200-proof information that is hotter than Hell, in terms of its value!

    Thanks, Rich, for sharing such priceless info with us – most entrepreneurs I know would NEVER let such precious secrets out of the bag – even to paying clients. YOU’RE THE BEST!

    Archbishop ++S. Scott Holmes, D.D.

    Reply
  48. As a proud member of Rich’s Elite Coaching Program, I just HAVE to let those who are in the Monthly Program know that you are in for the GREATEST LEARNING EXPERIENCE of your business life! Because our program is an accelerated program, and runs in 12 weeks instead of 12 months, we have been receiving information at a fantastic rate – all of which is not only PRICELESS (with the coaching fees a tiny drop-in-the-bucket compared to financial potential created by the application of even a small percentage of these ideas) – but it’s presented in a clear, logical, easy-to-follow manner that allows the client to absorb it in a way that will make its application in our businesses both efficient and extremely effective!

    This week’s Module – which includes a detailed section on “Competitive Intelligence & Analysis” is – in my humble opinion – so completely filled with utterly invaluable information, resources and skills that, even if you paid little attention to the previous Modules (and you’d be a fool if you had), the material in this Module alone would help you to skyrocket your profits through the clouds!

    About 2 years ago, when I convinced the Board of the charitable organization I head to use Internet businesses to generate income for raising funds to operate our various charitable programs for the public, I had never heard of Rich Schefren. Then, earlier this year, when the board approved my request for us to obtain Mike Filsaime’s full Butterfly Marketing Course to operate new sites to pay for our Food Bank Assistance Program (and others), it came with a CD of an interview between Mike and Rich. I hadn’t heard Rich speak more than 5 minutes when I KNEW IN MY HEART, that somehow, someday, I would HAVE TO “sit at the feet of the master” and absorb all that he was willing to pour out in business knowledge! I KNEW that he could improve our fundraising operations, through the improvement of the for-profit businesses that direct money into our non-profit charity, better than any 10 Harvard MBA Grad’s!

    Truly, I can say that his coaching has been a “Godsend” in every way! We have business people on our various boards, including our Board of Lay Advisors, but their knowledge doesn’t touch his by a 100 miles!

    So, to all of the Monthly Program Members, you ARE in for A BLAST – in more ways than one! I wish every coach/trainer/teacher presented such important materials in so easy-to-understand and easy-to-implement ways! There’s NO FLUFF in this program – just purely distilled, 200-proof information that is hotter than Hell, in terms of its value!

    Thanks, Rich, for sharing such priceless info with us – most entrepreneurs I know would NEVER let such precious secrets out of the bag – even to paying clients. YOU’RE THE BEST!

    Archbishop ++S. Scott Holmes, D.D.

    Reply
  49. Rich: As one of your newest clients all I can say is wow! I started listening one night to the newest bonus material. I sat there in awe for over 5 hours. I wanted to listen to the next tape with you and Stephen but I just could not keep my eyes open as it was then 4:30 A.M. The surprise bonus is also awesome. The value of this months bonus paid for the price of the Business Growth System this month. I love listening to you on our Question and Answer sessions. I did not believe I could really sit through 4 hours of anyone talking without taking a break. But, I barely posed to take care of needs. You have such an adorable manner. Even when someone confronts you, you answer them with dignity and respect. Your program is really awesome and I am so greatful I made the decision to take the leap of faith. Thank you so very much for over delivering on your promises.

    Reply
  50. Rich: As one of your newest clients all I can say is wow! I started listening one night to the newest bonus material. I sat there in awe for over 5 hours. I wanted to listen to the next tape with you and Stephen but I just could not keep my eyes open as it was then 4:30 A.M. The surprise bonus is also awesome. The value of this months bonus paid for the price of the Business Growth System this month. I love listening to you on our Question and Answer sessions. I did not believe I could really sit through 4 hours of anyone talking without taking a break. But, I barely posed to take care of needs. You have such an adorable manner. Even when someone confronts you, you answer them with dignity and respect. Your program is really awesome and I am so greatful I made the decision to take the leap of faith. Thank you so very much for over delivering on your promises.

    Reply

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