John Thornhill

A few weeks ago I mentioned that John Thornhill was one of the few people that I considered went the extra mile for his clients and has quality products as well.

I have now found out that he is offering a 4 week trial of his Master Class  programme for $1. Now this programme has had very good revues in the past and a number of John’s past pupils are now earning money from their mentoring and guidance from John Thornhill.

So I have taken the plunge and joined for 4 weeks for a $1. If you then go on to the full programme you will be charges $49.99 per week for 32 weeks. It’s not cheap but already from weeks 1 and 2 I have learnt a lot.

Each month on this blog I will let you know how I am getting on. I will also get a link to enable you to try it yourself and see if it’s for you. Now some of you may think that it’s never going to work for you. You know what your right it not because you need to get into the right mind set.

John has written a short report on while you will nor succeed on the Internet and I would strongly urge you to read it. The link will be on my blog shortly and it’s free so read and take note. I did and it was an eye opener to me, I hope it will do the same for you.

Look out for the links on my blog shortly until then enjoy the Easter eggs and what’s left of the holiday.

8 Responses to “John Thornhill”

  1. Hi Jon,

    Well it looks as though you have found your niche, I too am fond of chocolate, especially Cadbury’s which I see you don’t rate.

    Unfortunately I have to watch the weight as too much chocolate = more pounds.

    I too worked in the boom years of the building trade 60’s to mid 70’s.

    Good luck with the course.



  2. Hi Jon, welcome to Masterclass, it is well worth the investment. I look forward to reading your assesment of the course!

    Enjoy the journey.


  3. Hi Jon

    Good luck with promoting John Thornhills Masterclass , I am currently on week eleven and like you I have learnt so much already!

    All the best


  4. Hi Nick,
    Your way ahead of me, but the journey is most interesting. See you in the forum and all the best for the rest of the course.
    Jon Mc

  5. Hi Bill,
    I like Cadbury’s dark chocolate and having visited Bourneville a couple of times was most impressed by the production lines. My main interest with cadbury’s is that the village has been preserved and is seperate from the business. The founders had some vision in their creation of the whole concept. A bit like Ford when he started in the US.
    Glad to see there are still some of us out there from the boom years of the building era. Must admit that falling off some unsecured scaffolding slowed me down. Do you remember the “super Hods”?
    Right on about the choc=pounds seems that these days the burn rate is much slower than it was.
    Thanks for your good wishes.
    Jon Mc

  6. Hi Mandy,
    Thanks for popping over. Believe me this is more than an investment but that’s another blog;maybe.
    Take care.
    Jon Mc

  7. Hi Jon,

    Congratulations on taking the plunge! You will soon discover that John Thornhill is a master at his craft.

    Best regards,
    George Nieves

  8. Hi George,
    Thanks for reading my blog. I agree with you or your latest rant. I find myself in this moment in debt to a certain credit card company for thousands used to purchase the latest product. I am a lot wiser now and although I accept it was my decision, in the early days I purchased products because the guru was well known and had other well known IM’s validate his/her product.
    Through the honest exchange of information on our blogs we can all make it harder for these people to sell shoddy products.
    Jon Mc

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