Re: LGAT in Concord California
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: May 20, 2016 09:43PM

(Corboy's personal opinion.)

The sentence quoted above has more clauses than a snake has ribs.

It resembles H.L. Mencken's description of a political convention.

"Not one cliche was missed. The platitudes were deadly. The English language was raped."

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/20/2016 09:44PM by corboy.

Re: LGAT in Concord California
Posted by: titLwayhalnoyou ()
Date: January 16, 2020 02:23AM

I found this today - does anyone know anything?

[www.choicecenter.com]

Also, what about Successful Living Summit out of California?

[www.successfullivingsummit.com]

Re: LGAT in Concord California
Posted by: Skipshot ()
Date: January 16, 2020 12:06PM

titLwayhalnoyou Wrote:
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> I found this today - does anyone know anything?
>
> [www.choicecenter.com]
>
> Also, what about Successful Living Summit out of
> California?
>
> [www.successfullivingsummit.com]


I glanced through the web sites above and everything about the language they use says LGAT. The FAQ section really got red lights flashing for me, especially the payment and no refund policy. “Next level” and “Accelerate” buzz words are a huge tip off of an LGAT. The trainings are 3 days, no food served, and all day events.

Re: LGAT in Concord California
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: January 16, 2020 09:26PM

The other big tip off for an LGAT is the paperwork they have you
sign where you give up your right to sue their asses if you consider
yourself harmed by subjecting yourself to their procedures.

You get hurt, its your problem. Your successes, the LGAT takes all the credit.

LGATs talk about taking responsiblity, but refuse to take responsibility for
the human damage they inflict.

THe other tip off is secrecy. You sign non disclosure forms. LGATS refuse to tell you what will be done during the event. You lack complete information so you cannot actually give informed consent.

Try to discuss this and trolls show up.

Harm reports are buried online, and people who bring lawsuits are paid off and
the records sealed.

Landmark Education (origin of all the LGATS) sued Rick Ross and an earlier version of this message board because too many people were revealing how they'd been treated during LEC seminars and common patterns emerged.

The lawsuit against Rick Ross was dismissed.

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