Mentors In Motion
Is Mentors In Motion And
Val Smith A Scam?
Mentors in Motion is run by Val Smith
and from what I understand, the system is all about selling others
admission to conference calls where mentoring takes place. There's
more details I could go into about this system, but I think I can
save you some valuable time by just telling you that none of the
people i have talked to have made any money with this system. Some
people did tell me that they learned a lot from it. But if
your ultimate goal is to make more money, I'm not sure if this
would be the right opportunity.
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Mentors in Motion gets peoples excited because it has a
very unique and appealing structure. You get compensated
pretty well if you're able to bring someone else on board. Val
Smith has a system that makes him a lot of money but most people
that have been involved don't make a fraction of what he makes. In
Mentors In Motion's defense though, most people that join different
opportunities don't make money because of themselves, not because
it was a bad opportunity.
From what I know that Val Smith teaches in
Mentors In Motion, his information is valuable if they're actually
applied. The only thing about his system and teaching is that most
people listening to his tele-seminars aren't ready mentally or just
can't apply the skills to do what Val has done with Mentors In
Motion. This is part of the reason that I myself didn't see this as
a good opportunity. I knew that I wasn't ready to apply the skills
needed to be successful with Mentors In Motion. This is why I make
a majority of my money from the internet. I was able to learn from
those that were successful and just apply their techniques in front
of my computer. I've never had to call anyone to get them to be on
a conference call, people just call me all day.
Mentors In Motion is a good company for those
that know in their hearts that they will actually apply the
techniques they've learned. But if you're one of those people that
just want to sit back and think the money will come to you, find a
better way to spend your money.
This ends the
review of Mentors In Motion And Val
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