Yes, this is the "REAL" Russ Whitney - Posted by J.P. Vaughan

Posted by rw on March 06, 2001 at 21:04:14:

JP

Wow! Kind of harsh… But I guess sometimes we need to draw the line between real and crank stuff.

Thanks much for the allegiance. You all know from the industry what I stand for.

Thanks for all you do.

Hope we can help you with this board.

Good luck at your upcoming convention.

Russ & Trainers.

Yes, this is the “REAL” Russ Whitney - Posted by J.P. Vaughan

Posted by J.P. Vaughan on March 06, 2001 at 19:15:23:

Yes, this is the real Russ Whitney posting here, along with
several of his staff members and trainers.

This is a great opportunity for you to learn from someone
who started with virtually nothing and built a fortune in
real estate.

Like trainings by other well-known real estate educators,
some of the Whitney trainings are expensive. Some of his
materials are not very expensive. The mere fact that something
seems expensive to you, does not make it a “scam.”

Terry and I have spent tens of thousands of dollars on our
real estate educations, and we have both attended "expensive"
trainings. Every single dime we ever spent was well worth
it; we’ve been repaid many, many times over…

You see, we KNOW that KNOWLEDGE is power.

If you’re a “rodeo clown” or some other anonymous idiot with
a fake name and email address, go home. There is no place
for you here. You have proven unequivocally that you are
utterly “uneducable.” In short, you’re a loser… for life!

JP Vaughan

Re: Yes, this is the “REAL” Russ Whitney - Posted by michael e. v. knight

Posted by michael e. v. knight on March 07, 2001 at 24:55:46:

i learned this from jim rohns courses, i think it may help some of you.
‘i used to say it’s too expensive, but my mentor told me jim the problem is not that its too expensive, the real problem is that you can not afford it. from that day on i learned the problem is never it, the problem is always me’-jim rohn
robert kiyosaki’s rich dad taught him 'don’t say that something is too expensive, instead ask yourself what can i do to be able to afford it? by saying its too expensive you turn off your creative powers. by asking what can i do to afford it you open up a channel of creativity that will help you find the answer(s).'
if you want to get a great tape set at the bookstore invest in the anthony robbins tape set titled ‘power talk-the power of questions’. every person i have asked to listen to this tape has thanked me, this tape will change your life if you follow its teachings. it only costs around $15, save $3 a week for 5 weeks then go purchase the tapes.
michael e. v. knight