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Apr 23, 2006 12:41 am

Is it worth it?

What are the real cost involved?

Can I write my own seminar and mass mail?

What are the advantages over Dent?

Apr 23, 2006 7:59 pm

Don’t wait for a response ('cause you may not get one). Check the previous postings for comment on Bill Good. Go back at least 6 months. For the most part, the postings aren’t positive. 

Apr 24, 2006 7:11 pm

[quote=bullbearbroker]Is it worth it?
What are the real cost involved?
Can I write my own seminar and mass mail?
What are the advantages over Dent?[/quote]

Good has teamed with Dent and is/was offering a Dent seminar package to his system users.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with any Bill Good Products. Ah, with the possible exception of some of his tape/cd sets not being as good as advertised.

16 years ago I used a Bill Good product that featured Bill Tennison's Master Class "How to build your business with tax free bonds" and used it to build a huge business. That investment was my single smartest business investment. The Master Class was everything it was advertised to be. 

Bill Good gets all his material from the field. He is wired in to some of the most successful brokers in the industry. He takes from them either their complete system or bits and pieces from several brokers and then packages it and sellls it.

The seminar offered looks to be a complete system from one successful broker. Considering that in this biz there's no reason to reinvent the wheel, cloning successs is a proven path to the big paycheck. You still have to supply the effort and the dough to do the seminars. I'd check with BG to make sure there aren't any missing pieces and that the purported success of the individual used to advertise the system isn't due to some factor outside the system, for example, his father is CEO is head of HR at Delta and all his clients are retiring pilots. In my situation, Tennison was as real as they get. He started with nothing and bootstrapped his way to multi-million dollar production cold calling with bonds.

Of course you could put together a seminar marketing system on your own just as I could have built a tax exempt bond book on my own. Yet, if this new product is half as good as Tennison's Master Class, it's money well invested. The Master Class included a complete business plan with Tennison's teaching how it's implemented right down to the exact words to use. It was like having a 2 million dollar producer as a personal coach.