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Would you mentor someone Only for if they can pay?

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asked Mar 13 in Mentorship/Training by garywelsh IBO Specialist (72,050 points)

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A true Mentor should not expect payment I believe, except paying it forward. To be paid would be a consultant. I have had many people step in as Mentors during my career and everyone one of them had great value to me, paying what they taught me forward is a compliment to them. You have asked a good question.
answered Mar 24 by Mixter IBO Guru (3,230 points)
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This is an interesting question, which has a good answer already in the thread

From my point of view, given that there are different types of affiliate marketing online and only one of those models, actually does what it says on the tin, I wouldn't expect someone to pay, because I would insist that they follow the system I use and have used for a number of years

It teaches the exact way all the big hitters earn their cash, and the rewards are certainly in the 5 & 6 figures per year income bracket, compared with other versions of affiliate /internet marketing
answered Mar 27 by davehayes IBO Guru (1,540 points)

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