Some of you may have read my review, “National Achievers Congress: A Scam?”
Since then, many people have commented on the same seminar taking place in their regions around the world. For an obscure, unmarketed blog like this, it’s remarkable how many have shared similar experiences and harsh critiques. Most of us seem to agree that it’s frustrating to be drawn into a so-called-but-not-really “business” conference, only to watch emotional and psychological manipulation be used to make scads of money off people’s hopes, dreams and fears.
These individuals’ comments are insightful, well-thought-out and well-written; if you are considering this conference and looking for honest reviews, I suggest you read the comment section at the bottom of the article here.
Several other bloggers have also written about their personal experiences at the National Achievers Congress, but those can be difficult to find among the din and clutter of the conferences’ multiple “review”/advertising sites. Here are a few more REAL reviews: