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April 27, 2015
You know I zipped past the writing by Dave and checked the survey. But now looking at it again on the second read, it seems as if Dave wanted the opposite result. What he didn't realize is Paul throws the business success material in as extra bonuses. When you get the course, you focus on your lessons, but when you graduate you can look deep into the marketing and business goodies.
Some would object to my looking at business and marketing as a good thing. But some instructors pay big bucks for their yoga certification and they never learn how to make a go of it. What do they do? Most of the time they give up, wait on tables, work at a job they hate because the greedy ashram took all of their thousands, taught them a little yoga and gave them a diploma.
So Dave, if you're still out there and didn't take this course, shame on you for sitting on your butt for years. If you took a course for thousands, would they show you anything about marketing and business? Nope because that would be unyogic to help you earn money after you paid an arm and a leg to the ashram owner. Sometimes you run into kind and honest people that help beyond your expectations. That's why we have Aura. Life is good.
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