Suggestion about Dean's Empowering Interview Series

Suggestion about Dean's Empowering Interview Series

I have a suggestion for Dean's Empowering Interview Series that I think would allow more people to sign up for it. Instead of just doing the two dvds for $39.99 a month or two dvds and being able to watch the interviews online for $49.99. How about just being able to pay $9.99 a month and watch the interviews online?

I don't know about everybody else but I am short on cash and still trying to get started on investing and I can't afford that every month. It would probably also be more beneficial to Dean and his overhead costs of having to produce those dvds every month. That's just my suggestion and I would definitely join that if they offered just an online subscription for $9.99 a month.

What does everyone else think about this suggestion?


Travis Vinje

"Knowledge is Power!"

Yea....You have a great idea...

I would love to see this series but like yourself I can't afford the costs & $9.99 a month would be perfect & I would join it also..!


Hi VinJe76,

I think it is more benefcial to have the dvd's. Because I am not always in a place where I can look at the computer. Continued success............Lubertha



I think having the DVD's is

I think having the DVD's is going to be awesome. But I do agree with you. I think there should be that option of 9.99 a month along with the other 2 options...

My opinion

As much as I can relate to financial limitations, I don't think that making things easy is always the solution. I can only speak from my own experience and it has taught me that if you desire anything bad enough, you find a way to make it happen. I don't think any of us that are, human anyway, ever appreciate things as much if we don't have to bear a little discomfort or pain to get them. I look at these tools as an investment. How lucky are we to not have to reinvent the wheel.



Good suggestion

I do think that an online subscription for $9.99 would be more reasonable. I think the empowering interviews are really good but they still lack specific details for the new investors. They don't cover proof of funds, which alot of new investors ask about.


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