Conversation from a video forum where someone was asking if the Producer course was worth it:
1. Yes, I bought it. I used some of his forms (agreements and estimating sheets) to win my first $6k contract. Gave me the confidence I could do this.This sort of purchase is essential to getting started. Look at it as an investment much like you would a camera or lights (which by the way you DON’T need to get started).
Go for it!
2. For what it’s worth, I followed his plan almost to the letter for sending out marketing materials, and it yielded several leads. I got the best response rate on direct mail that I ever have before or since when I followed his plan.
3. This is a GREAT Value for the money. It is honest, sound business advice and very straight forward. Very easy.
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