Posted by Mark-NC on January 16, 2001 at 14:36:00:
I don’t know what program the above post has from legrand but the one you are talking about purchasing (the 3 for 1) has enough information to get you up and running.
If a person can’t get started with that program, they are either not ready yet, can’t comprehend it or don’t have the skills, persistance or determination to try.
I think it is a good all around program to get you started, it teaches many aspects of investing in enough detail to make it happen for you.
All the information is going to be a little overwhelming at first, just take it one step at a time and try not to use the whole program all at once. Just master one part of it at a time and know that if something else comes along you have the information available to study should you need it.
Once you comprehend the program and you become suscessful using it you may want to purchase other programs that teach other teqniques to further your knowledge.
The thing is, this business is a constant learning process and I would bet to say that many of the experianced investors have many programs sitting on their shelfs for education and reference, including the legrand one you speak of.
Most any of the programs that you buy are going to give you the guidence you need to get started but the real learning experiance comes when you get out in the trenches and start putting deals together, that’s when you really learn.