I disagree with the original, anonymous, so-called review. (I did not read all of the long list of responses.) Isn't it interesting that negative comments are followed by a pitch to use HER service. Not only is that self-serving, it completely discounts anything she has to say about Loral Langemeier or any other competition. I wonder how much of what she does is taken directly from Loral's Live Out Loud programs.
FLoral Langemeier is more than her four (soon to be five) New York Times best sellers. In her three-day workshops, she clearly lays out what beginning and already established entrepreneurs need to do to create consistent income, with a focus on marketing and sales strategies and team building, cautioning people not to try to do everything themselves. Instead, she instructs followers to do what they are best at and hire out the other tasks. For example, I'm a writer, not a bookkeeper or graphic designer, so I contract with experts in those fields.
Loral provides step by step ways to build a network, thus finding more potential clients. In addition, during her 3-days to cash workshop, she clearly teaches people how to create a sales pitch that participants put to use right there.
In my opinion, the only negative in the Live Out Loud organization is the push to up sell into more expensive programs and to sell books and other products developed by Loral and her crew.
Speaking of the crew, they are professional, friendly and willing to work with anyone who asks for help.
My experience with Live Out Loud and Loral Langemeier has been positive. She's clear that building a highly successful business is not easy; but she gives people the tools to make it happen. It's up to them to follow through ... or not.