The seminar really is free, as are the book and 21-day program downloads. There is no catch - anyone who attends will learn something. My husband owns a coaching company, so for those who want accountability (which is what most of us actually need to stick with a program), there is coaching available.
As I said in my post - if people don't want to attend the seminar - that's totally fine. They can still download the book for free and participate in the free 21-day online program. I even provided the links in advance.
It's unfortunate that everyone looks for the catch rather than ways in which they can help themselves, but I totally get it. After all, I'm the same way.
You may want to read the article in which my husband and I were featured on Friday. It's not about us - it's about Steve Siebold's new book (the free one I mentioned). It definitely gives a better idea of what Mental Toughness Training for Dieters is all about.
My understanding of this group was that it included sharing events. Not sure how this is different than a Meetup group since it's about helping people reach their goals. And, the way I see it, the more support you have on a weight loss journey, the better. Just my opinion (and personal experience), of course.
All the best!
Losing weight, feeling great, and helping others to do the same!
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free 21-day Fat Loser online program hosted by Steve Siebold: http://fatlosers.com/burke.php
free download of Steve Siebold's Fat Loser! Mental Toughness Training for Weight Loss: http://www.fatloser.com/burke
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