It is too bad when original content suffers to rehash. I lose faith in those persons and am prejudiced against purchasing from them again.
There recently was a product lauched by one emarketer which was branded and hyped to be SO unusual that I would have to own it. Well, there was N O T H I N G unusual about it. There was nothing new in it. There really was no new twist. I've exercised a good deal of restraint not posting my review as of yet (primarily because I actually like the guy), but he underdelivered on the promise.
And, when I review it on my site, I will have to say just that. Hopefully, it will save others the expense of the download and the wasted time looking for pearls.
Thanks for the reply!
and prosper greatly!
PS. Since Ken Envoy is planning to launch ONE new product each month for the next 12 months, I wonder IF he will continue to highly promote this one. If you take out the "how to use this book" section and the references to MYSS and Ken's comments, Mo's book would be probably closer to 200 pages. If you take out the blank workbook pages and the continued rehashing of the same action points over and over again, plus the 'do not pass go' stuff, I wonder if the full size of the book would be about 150 pages. If you take out all the cartoons, then you would have a tightly written 100 page manual. When you get it, you will see what I mean.