Review of Success Etc

Since I started working with personal development I have read hundreds of books, taken multiple courses and talked to a whole range of people, many I am glad to be able to call friends today.

It has been an amazing journey, but one that has cost me both time and a considerable amount of money.

Calculating that every book I have read has cost at least 10 dollars and every course at least 200 we are speaking of many thousand dollars that have gone to my studies, money well spent!

Success Etc
With the introduction of sites like Groupon that let you buy products at very low introductory prices it was just a matter of time before a site like Success Etc was started.

Success Etc has a campaign every day with a cheap offer starting at 90% off.
They sell products in all kinds of different industries from Sales Coaching, Recruitment, How to handle job interviews to Time and Stress Management, Personal Development and so on.

The great thing is that they have tested all the products so they are of at least a decent quality and you get them extremely cheap, like I said, up to 90% off.

If Success Etc had existed when I started with personal development it would have been able to save me thousands of dollars easily.

I wanted to share this possibility with you so that you do not miss the opportunity as well.
Hopefully you can find a deal that is exactly what you are looking for and save a 200 dollars in the process.

Good luck and to your personal improvement!

Check out Success Etc today!


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2 Responses to Review of Success Etc

  1. Hi Daniel,
    I’m not sure everything can be reduced to efficiency. I love reading well written self improvement books and would be reluctant to abandon this mode of learning for a cheaper more efficient way.

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Riley,

      I agree, self improvement books are great.
      What is good about success etc is that you can get great products for 10% of the price.

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