Lots of posts here are very general in nature. Jeff aka Goldmills recently detailed out a plan(s), and CarolinaConsign left some brilliant posts on B2B, but posts like these seem rare. Most are very general i.e. buy expensive leads, get cheap leads, sell to a business, use an auto responder, do mass emails, have parties, have seminars, etc. etc.. All great ideas I am sure but how about someone detailing out what all these entail and posting the results? Adam recently did a Pizza thing ??“ but no details on results. For example. Buying leads: Where? How much do you pay? What do you say when you call them? Do you send them to a site to get educated? How often do you follow up? Do you follow up via phone or Email? Or do you wait for them to get back to you? And most importantly, what are the numbers as far as number of purchased leads to the number you were actually able to reach to how many were interested to how many went to your site, to how many sales? And ultimately, how much time and cash did all this take you to get one new member? These same details need to be addressed in different markets, i.e. what EXACTLY to do when running Contact Talk, or an auto responder. It appears some people openly use this forum to find new members: people that are researching CV. I can't help but believe that if they could see ??“ in detail ??“ what works and what the results are ??“ it would raise their comfort level. To just keep saying CV is the best thing since sliced bread is not enough. Show some meat. Where's The Beef? I would guess new people want to know HOW they can get profitable and when. I am thinking more credibility could be had by people posting detailed "how to's", and less "I am great" ??“ "Join with me and all will be peachy" stuff. Maybe they need the beef in the beginning? Maybe all of these are closely held secrets that directors only want to give away after you join with them? Maybe that is why a lot of the posts seem so general in nature? Thought. Jeff aka Goldmills we all know has done very well for himself and others with CV. Maybe taking his lead and posting on "how to" (detailed) on some other markets would go a long way in helping other people make decisions about joining CV? You do not have to brag. CarolinaConsign kept telling people he is not an expert, but he explained in more detail of how to than most do in here. Maybe he could outline how many businesses he has done ??“ how many he called on to get a yes ??“ who he had to get to and how - and the detailed results ??“ including time spent? He and Jeff have set the stage ??“ and a great job by both. Let's encourage more folks to post "how to" deals ??“ and give details!!!!!! Can some of you pick something that actually works for you and detail it out so that people can really see CV is a viable program that helps people travel cheaper as well as helps people make their financial goals?