I have been looking on this site and many other sites for that matter. Every teacher seems to feel they are the best and will help you make the most money. I'm having a terrible time trying to figure out which direction to go.

It would be great if some of you could tell me some of your experiences with the various "Guru's" so I could be more comfortable in my decisions.

Thanks!

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John Reed holds real estate seminars. He has a lot of followers and I think there may be a good reason for that. :)
Guru is an Indian word. I don't know if you guys already know this, but as for me, if he is not an Indian, i won't call him a Guru, maybe a master, a teacher or a mentor but not Guru.
This is all about semantics.

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. - William Shakespeare

:)

Indira Goban said:
Guru is an Indian word. I don't know if you guys already know this, but as for me, if he is not an Indian, i won't call him a Guru, maybe a master, a teacher or a mentor but not Guru.
Yes, I was fortunate enough to attend one of his seminars last year. And I can say he is pretty good. I learned a lot from him. :)

Candice Summers said:
John Reed holds real estate seminars. He has a lot of followers and I think there may be a good reason for that. :)
I don't know if you guys have been on this site: http://www.gureview.com/ but I find it funny that there are reviews about Gurus, well maybe this is what you really need. :) Goodluck!

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