is tim han a fake guru from success insider

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Sports10 birthx3
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i went to his webinar he seemed like he just wanted to sell us his trash course
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After googling him for 2 minutes, I find myself asking which of these two thing is more likely:

  • That this 26 year old has discovered some hitherto unknown success mindset that was "a life-changing blueprint which allowed him to unlock his inner power and feel unstoppable."
  • That this 26 year old toilet cleaner has discovered how to present himself as a lifestyle/success coach to market his nonsense "think more positively, stupid!" ebooks and online courses.

I'll er, let you decide which side of the fence I settled on.
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(Original post by Admit-One)
After googling him for 2 minutes, I find myself asking which of these two thing is more likely:

  • That this 26 year old has discovered some hitherto unknown success mindset that was "a life-changing blueprint which allowed him to unlock his inner power and feel unstoppable."
  • That this 26 year old toilet cleaner has discovered how to present himself as a lifestyle/success coach to market his nonsense "think more positively, stupid!" ebooks and online courses.

I'll er, let you decide which side of the fence I settled on.
im pretty sure the second one lol - people actually fall for his sales pitch
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The content of his videos seems reasonable enough.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4e...cMl3O8w/videos

His videos are somewhat bland, but at least he isn't coming out with complete nonsense, such as a no fap agenda.


The thing with motivational books, videos and seminars is that they are largely statements of the obvious and common sense.

There's no harm in reminding ourselves what we should be doing with statements of the obvious.
There's no harm in using inspirational content to motivate ourselves.

Tony Robbins has produced a lot of self help books over the years that are worth reading.

One thing about self help is that there comes a point when you have to stop reading or watching and start doing.
A point when you know enough. You just have to start living your life as you know you should.
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I mean these "learn the secret to my success!" things have been around for decades. There's obviously money in it, (for them), but I don't know why people think you need to spend $500 (or whatever) on some ebooks when you could get exactly the same info for free from any book in the self help/development section of your library.
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(Original post by Sports10 birthx3)
i went to his webinar he seemed like he just wanted to sell us his trash course
Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9Gpr7PEnbs
It's quite common to come across these.
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This is one of the nest constructive criticism feedback i have come across.
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