I’m under the distinct impression this “business” has a shady method of operations in regards to basically what transpires behind closed doors, NOT necessarily what is presented in front of the “students” who are oblivious to the methodology and smooth talking of the whole “outfit” itself. Just believe in honest business practices and not fly-by-the-seat of your pants rhetoric. It may be perfectly legit and i do hope it is. Americans need to demand full transparency when being “educated” by traveling seminar people who are versed at the art of using their ways to benefit the consumer or to use the consumer in a way that fills the company’s wallet. Best wishes to this company IF it really IS what it claims to be on their website and such. .
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