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2 Fair
3 Good
4 Very Good
5 Excellent

For each item listed below, circle the number to the right that best fits your judgment of its Quality. Use the scale above to select the quality number. Thank you to everyone who responds the is for a research paper for college.

Remember it is (1-5) 1 being poor 5 being excellent

Overall Effectiveness 1-5
Effort vs. Result 1-5
Product met expectations 1-5
Follow up Training 1-5
Usability 1-5
Customer Support 1-5
Satisfaction 1-5
Value vs. Cost
Product Guarantee 1-5
Understandable 1-5
Chance of referring to a friend 1-5
Is there any other system that you would recommend to accomphish similar results?

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I assume you mean the AFL course

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Originally posted by woode:
1 Poor
2 Fair
3 Good
4 Very Good
5 Excellent

For each item listed below, circle the number to the right that best fits your judgment of its Quality. Use the scale above to select the quality number.

Remember it is (1-5) 1 being poor 5 being excellent

Overall Effectiveness 5
Effort vs. Result 5
Product met expectations 5+
Follow up Training 5
Usability 5
Customer Support 5
Satisfaction 5
Value vs. Cost 5
Product Guarantee 5
Understandable 4 (lots of open loops)
Chance of referring to a friend 4 (most won't do it)
Is there any other system that you would recommend to accomphish similar results?

not right now.









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When I read your post, I found myself greatly resisting replying. I saw my old ways of doing/being, gathering evidence for staying in as the course calls it, trance. Personally, before I order the course I decided to read all the post. Before I finish, I, too, posted a question and shortly after, knew it was worth the risk.

All combine, I went for it all, order the deluxe. I'm so glad. The extra material enable to learn easier and deeper.

I am working through the course again learning another layer. My greatest gains come from my risk. For me ordering the course risk wasn't the money, because it's guarantee, it was emotional. Was I willing to risk failure of gaining value from this course? Doing what I been doing = similar results. So, I took the trade, risk and glad I did.
Whatever you choice is perfect for you.
Best,
Richard







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