The Paid For Life Model

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  1. Greazy said

    am June 5 2008 @ 1:47 am

    Ugh!
    Frank, Please use a video player that works easier on slow connections.
    I am currently deployed and for now I have to pay 5 bucks an hour for internet usage.

  2. Tim said

    am June 5 2008 @ 4:23 pm

    Frank is the man!! He always comes out with funny stuff. I do agree about the crappy video footage. Surely he has made enough money to put some high quality stuff together. Anyway-keep it up. For those of you who have some time. Please check out my new site.

    http://www.onlinedreamscometrue.com

  3. Roger said

    am June 6 2008 @ 12:17 pm

    You guys had me onboard for your July seminar right up until you stated that you are giving all of the “donation” to a Ugandian village project. I’m tired of all out U.S. charity dollars going overseas. We have enough strife right here in the good ‘ol US that needs help.

    You guys need to drop back and re-evaluate your priorities. Your rpduct is good and I would have spent the $997 even if it wasn’t tax deductable. You screwed the pooch on this one.

    Later

    EDIT FROM FRANK: Then why not start your own foundation to help others here?

  4. Why Is The “Free Line” Moving? said

    am June 12 2008 @ 3:48 pm

    […] watched this video from Frank Kern about a month ago, and it seem’s he really is the Guru’s […]

  5. Andrew said

    am June 18 2008 @ 10:01 am

    This video took more than 2 HOURS to load through a 10 megabit broadband cable! I tested my connection and everything is fine on my end. Gotta fix it!

  6. James said

    am June 22 2008 @ 12:12 am

    Yeah… we need to figure something out with the slow-loading video, man.

    Actually, halfway through the video, my web browser (Firefox) automatically went to another one of your websites… I thought my web browser was possessed or something!

    (And, of course, now I have to wait for this video to reload).

    I know that you may not have the finances available for more video bandwidth… would you like us to take up a collection for you? :oP

    Keep the sweet content comin’,
    James

  7. James said

    am June 22 2008 @ 1:25 pm

    Well… I don’t have $997 right now… but giving 100% to Just Like My Child is TOTALLY AWESOME!!!

  8. Nicholas Finnegan said

    am June 26 2008 @ 6:53 am

    We don’t fall in love when we are in the company of someone, we fall in love when we are off by ourselves thinking about them afterwards.

    Its quite clear that we enjoy being in each others company and like having fun together. And its also plainly obvious that a butt naked angel called cupid doesn’t shoot an arrow into our butt.

    But it is when you are on your own and you find yourself thinking about someone in such a unique way, that allows you to list all the qualities about them you really like, and imagine yourself with them connecting together with the flow of your personalities, is when a feeling of love begins to take place deep inside of you. And although you may try push these feelings down or talk yourself out of them, you only find it comes back 10 times more powerful than ever before, allowing you to fall into deeper emotional states of falling for this person during moments of the day. With me, according to my experiences with people, theres always potential connections that can be built between us as human beings.

    When you recall a time in your past when you fell in love, where you then able to stay cool, in control of yourself and the relationship? Or where you calling that person everyday, always wanting to see them, thinking about them and eager to experience a growing connection with them?

    Heres the point: We do not fall in love by “tripping” over or falling into a “hole!” Love is a process we do to ourselves! And there are always new ways to discover how love can manifest between us – to the point where you act upon it right now!

    All the best,

    http://www.nicholasfinnegan.com/

  9. sylvan noel said

    am August 11 2008 @ 5:25 pm

    Great stuff as usual, I like that you guys gave all the money to charity with this product.

  10. Jack said

    am September 25 2008 @ 11:31 am

    Frank, just watched the first part of your new video “busted”. Just wanted to say, you are definitely on the juice! ;o)

  11. Timothy Patton said

    am September 27 2008 @ 5:26 pm

    That was the best video/link that has been clicked on so far of the eight!! The Mixive, the Just Like A Child Foundation, and the information you shared was very valuable about the continuity program and the market, etc… I already have my I.P./Front End, have an e-book that Patrick Snow helped me put together and get published, it has been 17 months, although have no idea what I’m going to do next. That is where you come in I believe Frank! I’m ready to go at this FULL FORCE!!!!! WILL TALK TO YOU ON MONDAY THE 29TH of Sept.!!!

  12. rufus ruffcut said

    am October 4 2008 @ 3:17 am

    Hey frank…..

    cool video, and it works fine on my mac as well…..

    you just have to let it buffer for a few seconds by pausing and then un-pausing….

  13. Steve Jones said

    am October 9 2008 @ 1:30 am

    I think just going thru some of your videos has motivated me even more to take action. I recently received an email link from Yanik Silver about your emergency video. I watched it and was very impressed. I enjoy your since of humor, and I think I will make it a habit of viewing your videos regularlly. You rock continued success to you.

  14. Daniel Massicotte said

    am October 23 2008 @ 11:37 am

    Another great vid.! I just threw up some more drawings and charts up on my wall to keep on the front of my mind for the next few months!

  15. Dr Deb Carlin said

    am December 3 2008 @ 8:22 pm

    Wow! What a find you are. I got to your site and blog via a series of links of interesting reading that landed me on the Paid For Life video….I am amazed at your approach and love it…so genuine and full of heart plus brains and great information. I’m happy to have made the connect in your direction and am eager to hear more and learn more….and have fun in the process.

    You are obviously having fun doing waht you do. Excellent.

  16. Peter said

    am January 9 2009 @ 5:34 pm

    I went to this event. It was awesome. Of course.

    If you ever get a chance to purchase the DVDs of the event, I highly recommend you do so.

  17. Dandarius Cavallaro said

    am February 5 2009 @ 1:56 am

    Dearest Frank…

    We have been trying for almost a year now to make some kind of contact with a worthy student of Sir Kern and Sir Walker to join our team to execute a series of long term strategically planned and sequenced launches – we know there must be students who have no product/service/business that has some integrity and desire to be a part of something awesome but we cannot seem to get any good recommendations. PLEASE Frank – check out our website and send us a student looking to become a part of an awesome team that is setting a new quality standard for the sustainability movement and building a multi-media web portal with never ending profit capacity.

    By the way – nice work – we love you and Jeff – We just cannot produce all the content AND execute the launches – we need a mass control student to work full time with us!

    In Sustainable Solidarity
    Dandarius

  18. Dave said

    am April 4 2009 @ 1:26 pm

    Frank, The way that you explain that makes it really easy to understand. It looks like one could really build not only a healthy living with the principles in just this video, but if applied fully could actually produce legacy size estate money if scaled properly! You follow your own advice by providing Value on the front end for sure!! Thanks a Mill babe! Dave

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