Re: Carleton Sheets’ Personal Coaching Program… - Posted by Tammy
Posted by Tammy on August 03, 2000 at 24:59:53:
Bradon, It’s kinda risky in anything we do in life, especially when it involves our hard earned money, our families money , our assets , or our sense of security in general. I cannot speak for anyone but myself so take this as just another opion, with a grain of salt (as my grandmother use to say). I am in my second week of Carlton Sheets coaching program. It was something my husband wanted to do. I believe in him and his choices so I said I would support and help when I could. Needless to say he has dumped the whole thing in my lap!! Now as a general rule I like someone in the background encouraging me and patting me on the back when I do well. The coach I have been working with does enough of this so far to satisfy that need. BUT, it takes alot of self motivation on my part(the $2400.00 helps!) to complete the assignments he has given me. I feel like I am learning and I really want to make this work. So, I won’t give up . But, everything in the coach’s program is in your manual, and your tapes. For the money they ask for this coaching program , I suppose you really have to need some hand holding to justify it. If my husband wouldn’t of already spent the money, the books and tapes he previously purchased would still be sitting on the shelf, waiting , for me to find the time. Bottom line is : If it would push you to become accountable for completing the assignments to purchase property , it will be worth every dime. But if you blow the coach off every week and don’t make a 100% committment , forget it , I think you should save your money. I don’t think a person doesn’t need Carlton Sheets to learn and get invloved in Real Estate , there are a lot of really bright self motivating people and tons of information out here.But, I am one to need a boost. Good luck whatever you decide.