- JonerMember@jonerJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 8
Quick Question. I have seen an ad for a one day renovation workshop in Sydney. The person’s name running it is Denise Alen and it looks like the company is called Express Home Improvements. I have done a search on the site and nothing comes up. Just wondering if any one else has heard of them or seen the ad else where. It was in the Manly Daily in Sydney.
ThanksdorkyboyMember@dorkyboyJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 16
denise alen is connected with jack weavers (of one world seminars) I have done jacks course which is very good. I would guess that jack plays a big part in denises course.fostonMember@fostonJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 111
I recently attended Denise Allen’s renovation course at Noosa. Jack Weavers plays a very large part during the course of the day. It was a full day jampacked with info. Although the course is advertised as a renovation course, it covered much more such as setting up trusts etc, wealth creation and various other subjects. I can not complain as i certainly learnt a lot on the day, however i feel it was a little misleading as to being advertised as a renovation course. I believe the the course is designed to whet your appetite and steer you towards his workshops and home study courses.
Life is a series of new beginningsJonerMember@jonerJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 8
Hi Dorkyboy & Foston
Thanks for your replies. I will have a think about it as I was hoping somthing slightly more tailored to reno’s and at $200 it seemed good value (if the content is good).
Did you feel it was worth the money and time going?fostonMember@fostonJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 111
I don’t think it was a waste of my time going as i did pick up some very good info, even though as i said the advertising for the course was a little misleading regarding the renovating content. As to whether i think it was worth the $200 , if i utilise the info and knowledge gained i would say yes it was worth it,and maybe much more, if i don’t i would say no and that i have wasted my money,( i hope this makes sense to you).Everyone gets something different from these seminars and what may seem a waste of time and money to one person may be very valuable to another.
Life is a series of new beginningsshnookMember@shnookJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 20
I also saw that ad & will be attending the seminar on Saturday in Sydney.
I considered all angles before parting with my cash, but in the long run there was nothing in the itinery that I wouldn’t be interested in & given the extra bits of information you are given I thought that it would be well worth it. I am sure that given the relatively low fee that there will be some kind sales pitch or it wouldn’t be worth their while to run it. But as long as your prepared for that aspect I can’t see the harm in attending!