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Fred Pryor Seminars Careertrack Waste of money, doesn't teach you anything Internet
3rd of Dec, 2011 by User536968
They have the catchiest names for their seminars and products, but teach you nothing. I was so excited to attend Dealing with Difficult People that when I signed up online I also took advantage of their offer for an audio series called 31 Ways to Diffuse Anger. I got to the seminar and all I kept hearing was "...if want to learn more about that please purchase...". Basically, what I learned was that each bullet point that caught my attention in their marketing material was available through some other product or seminar they offer. I hoped the audio series would be better, but still nothing in there that would be useful or beyond common sense. To top it all off, I paid for both the seminar and CD when I registered online, but yet they keep sending me a bill. Bottom line - waste of time and money.

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