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- What can I say ?
- Personal developement is the 2nd niche I want to reach
Review on Self-Growth.comBack in September 2009, when I started studying Internet Marketing, I already knew I would try my hand in the personal developement niche.
Since then, I've been active in the IM niche.
I have written articles regarding issues of self improvement. After all, I have read success and self-help books for the last 26 years. Hundreds of books. Mainly for my own soul searching.
I had so many internal conflicts.
I see the year 2010 as my "coming out". I left my day job, not because I was not good at it, ask my former boss, he would take me back right this second. No, I had to leave because my heart was more and more in the IM world.
Now that I feel I'm on the brink of making money with efforts, automatically, my heart tells me it's time to reinforce what I've built, especially at APSense, and to start making moves in the self-help world.
I feel I have a lot of information to share. There's no way I will become some kind of psychologist. One on one is not for me. Instead, I prefer to use my love for looking for incredibly useful information and share it with my friends.
Self-Growth.com is the first important step in that direction.
It's funny. I have sent invitations twice to come to APSense. Only because it was in a daily mission. I sent the invitations to my wife and a good offline friend.
The reason is that I've always been afraid to appear greedy, or being called a spammer.
You know what ? I got back to Self-Growth today after several months, and I have sent invitations to 2 friends already, by asking their email accounts first and telling them the reason. I felt no fear or rejection at all.
Next step is this RevPage.
The link in it is not a referral link. I will make no money if you join.
I just feel that talking about Self-Growth.com is the right thing to do.
Just one thing : David Riklan, the owner, often sends offers in emails for free webinars. Last year, I assisted in one webinar. The information was exciting, but the cost was too high. I wanted to cancel after a few days. It was a real pain to find out how to cancel, cause the owner ( the expert invited by David Riklan ) didn't have a simple "cancel account" link anywhere on his site. Also, he or his team didn't respond to any of my emails. At $97 a month for his services, I was feeling frustrated.
So, my advice is, be careful. It looks like David Riklan himself wants to make a lot of money. Still , there is so much good info on his site that I will pay attention to what the other members do more than to him. Just don't subscribe to all of his newsletters.
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