We get so many positive e-mails as well as posts in our member forum area. I decided to post one now and then that illustrates what the majority understand (or should be realizing).

I have not met Justin. Justin has been brought to all of us through The Customer Advantage as a member. Allow this journey to be for the right reasons and you too will find Amazing people as friends and I encourage you to notice, the new friendships you are building here can be for a lifetime. Allow yourself to “try on” a different perspective or add to your own and grow!

With all of my heart, I appreciate everyone that is part of our TEAM. Words can never illustrate how honored and grateful I am to you!

John Milanoski.

PS. I welcome your comments here too!


Justin White said:
WAKE-UP CALL FOR ALL THOSE CONCERNED ABOUT WHEN WE LAUNCH

I have been in the software business since 1982. I worked in management for Microsoft from 1990 to 2000. I have had my own software start-up since 2002 that includes online business management (AR/AP/GL/CRM) and bulk email marketing. What I am about to tell you comes from knowing what I’m talking about.

Those of you who are complaining about not being launched yet don’t understand the magnitude of what TCA is attempting to come to market with. You are, appropriately so, very excited about the idea, but don’t understand what you have been clearly told: this is an internet software startup that is in a pre-launch development phase.

Sophisticated custom software systems don’t grow on trees: they take a tremendous amount of elaborate architectural planning, and countless hours of development time by very talented high IQ engineers. It is like brain surgery in terms of getting the architectural logic programmed into efficient systems that do exactly what they are supposed to do without making ANY mistakes.

The good idea that TCA has combines two completely different software challenges, each of which is daunting to do fast and get to market in a competitive window of time, but when you combine the two, we are talking about a development challenge that a Microsoft would find hard and would take them well more than 12 months to develop. You almost have to be an innocent entrepreneurial startup to be crazy enough to even engage in an attempt to marry 1) a hyper-local “Groupon-like” daily deal email marketing platform and 2) a multi-level subscriber rebate accounting system that includes a rollup structure.

You might be concerned now that we aren’t launched yet, but I guarantee you that you will care much more when the first rebate checks come out and you are trying to a) understand why the number is what it is and b) you think the number isn’t right. You think a delay now is “inexcusable”? What if the company launches, sends its first payments out to many thousands of subscribers, and then has to stop, re-program, rescind payments and not pay again for months until the changes are de-bugged and ready to release. A mistake of this magnitude can kill the infant business, probably from legal actions brought by many of the people who are complaining now and urging reckless speed to launch.

Concurrently to all this, the company is engaged in designing its launch branding campaign, again not a trivial thing: a) this company has a very unique brand story to tell that requires a lot of deft creativity to get right, b) you don’t get to create a corporate brand twice and c) the degree to which the brand hits the bulls-eye of differentiating the company from the plethora of other competitors in the “Groupon” market will be a key element to the viral growth everyone is expecting.

And you can’t launch the deals on a nationwide basis, at a local level, with the complex final systems, before you have the brand ready to roll. There are Madison Avefirms that would never dream of releasing a brand like this with less than 6 months of planning, and market testing.

If you think that because John Milanoski has a good idea that it should be there for you when you want to make money… NOW… maybe you should step away from TCA for a while and revisit the opportunity in about 12 months. Seriously.

I’m not speaking for the company here and trying to make excuses for it, etc.… I’m simply telling you business reality. If you don’t like that it’s a startup, complaining is inappropriate and says more about you than the company: you were told that it is what it is! Just come back later when/if the company is no longer an internet startup in its infancy desperately trying to pull off one of the most challenging business launches that I’ve seen in a long time.

I’m really excited about it and can’t wait to see the final product, and I’m telling everyone I get involved everything I’ve said in this post.

~ Justin White

[1] Accurate Thinking – insight with John Milanoski

49 thoughts on “[1] Accurate Thinking – insight with John Milanoski

  • May 20, 2011 at 10:33 pm
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    Well done, Justin! We computer illiterates DEFINITELY needed that! That was a soft word spoken in good season! Basically, my e-mail signature pretty much says it all, about TCA and LIFE, in general:

    "If You Start Off With The Wrong Dialogue, Then You Might As Well Give Up The Rest Of The Journey:"

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  • May 20, 2011 at 7:07 pm
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    I may be a little frustrated because I have received no contact whatsoever since I signed up well over a month and a half ago. I have no clue what's going on with TCA or "how to generate costumers". The idea sounded good at the time, but I just vaguely remember it now. That's a lot of lost time. Meanwhile, life goes on.

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    • May 20, 2011 at 9:13 pm
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      Craig. reach out to the person that enrolled you and if they cannot help, see if you can follow the path form your sponsor to the person above them. Sorry you are not getting any support! it should be part of the process of the person that enrolled you.

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      • May 23, 2011 at 11:07 am
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        I am not counting on the person who enrolled me (dropped a link in Facebook that I followed and probably moved on…) but I am interested in becoming a good, responsible member of the ground floor up team. My strength is in sharing information and bringing good people onboard who have lots of connections.
        [img]http://johnmilanoski.com/wp-content/uploads/MJRfanbadge(59 x 59).jpg[/img]

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  • May 20, 2011 at 4:42 pm
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    If you're looking for different results, works differently.
    This is just one of many simple ways to generate customers. There are many others, but require some work and effort on your part.
    The intention is the strongest force in the universe.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 2:28 pm
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    Thanks so much for the clarification. I've never worried about when TCA would launch. Somewhere in the recesses of my mind I've known that the task of putting such a program together was a daunting task… and way beyond my skill or knowledge. My fear is that TCA would launch before I could convince friends, family, strangers, businesses, non-profits that they should jump on board…I'm amazed at how few 'grasp' the TCA concept! Please, take your time and get it right. Justin, thanks for putting reason to what has been frustrating for many. John, thanks so much for sharing.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 1:11 pm
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    It is so important that when the product comes out hat it works flawlessly! It is prudent to have all the bugs worked out, or as many as possible before launching! Even with perfection, new needs will evolve! I have been the queen of start ups for years, and know first hand how important it is to get it 'right the first time".
    thanks for the diligence and keep moving forward!
    DaVida Logan

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  • May 20, 2011 at 12:41 pm
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    Right on Justin. Just reading his message gave me a new respect for those that can and do design these programs. I will be promoting with a new resolve just from the inspiration that it gives me.
    I have a new understanding of the sheer power AND difficulty that's involved with starting up such a potentially powerful business. Thanks again to John and Justin.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 12:39 pm
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    Justin: I want to thank you personally for sharing your thoughts with us and providing an explanation of what's involved in launching a company of this magnitude. I gladly plead ignorance when it comes to software development and I can't even wrap my head around what a huge undertaking this must be.

    I applaud John for waiting to launch this venture until everything that needs to be taken into account has been considered. For those of us who believe in John and his vision, we don't mind waiting because the wait will definitely be worth if for all of us as members!!

    Diane Aksten
    Farmington Hills, MI

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  • May 20, 2011 at 11:50 am
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    Thanks Justin, Thanks John. Having been in network marketing for well over 10 years, I do firsthand what it will take to make something work online. Everything Justin has said is exactly right. You cannot just jump in and make something work, time out has to be taken to perfect things, otherwise there will be failure, and as stated there are no second chances to failure. So, I am patiently waiting and I will, just like other involved, reap the benefits when launch has begun.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 11:07 am
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    I too am glad this article was posted. Great insights on what is to come from TCA. I have tried various resources to market my products and business however toiling it is I am persistent with my gals. I too would like to see a store module added so that we could give our visitors a visual image of our products and services. I am a real estate investor and JV of DHB and believe that the more exposure I have on the net the more potential buyers I will communicate with.

    I realize that most people are very impatient today and do not realize the time and work commitments it takes to develop software that can be used with every OS out there today.

    Good job Justin awesome article.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 9:24 am
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    I can't wait but I find myself not doing enough to get positioned to take advantage of The Customer Advantage. It would behoove all of us to be ready and jump on this monstrous train.
    Where is Johnny Cash when we need him? I hear the train a comin'
    It's rolling round the bend It’s bringin’ all those coupons and
    the commissions are almost a sin…
    Thank you Johnny and John

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  • May 20, 2011 at 9:24 am
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    I think it will be bigger than life when it launches, I can't wait. I am excited to a part of TCA and so is my down team.

    Good Things Comes to Those Who Wait!
    Andy Najera
    Chico, Ca

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  • May 20, 2011 at 9:20 am
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    Exactly, Exactly, Exactly. We launched a company back in 2004 too quickly under pressure from our members and it collapsed one year later because we were not prepared for the growth we experienced. When my members ask me when will they launch, I tell them too soon. They ask me why, I tell them because they do not have enough members yet.
    When you have at least 100,000 members below you, then come back and ask the question. Until then, let TCA do their job while we do ours. Get it right the first time and we all win.
    Bring more people on board so they also have the opportunity to say "I was there when the greatest company in the world LAUNCHED"

    Do not rob them of that!

    Enjoy the ride…you might not get another one like this.

    Keith Drummond
    Vancouver, Canada

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  • May 20, 2011 at 8:50 am
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    I truly can't wait! I know this isn't a long paragraph of intellectual gratitude, but gratitude nonetheless :)

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  • May 20, 2011 at 7:39 am
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    Thanks Justin, So many people are on 30 minute TV episodes that they can't see what they have in there hands. Enjoy this ride everyone as we prepare for a tidal wave of abundance in all areas of our lives. Be present to the moment as this opportunity began to expand and be there to look back and say "WOW I was there at the beginning, look where we are NOW"

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  • May 20, 2011 at 7:29 am
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    Thanks Justin, So many people are on 30 minute TV episodes that they can't see what they have in there hands. Enjoy this ride everyone as we prepare for a tidal wave of abundance in all areas of our lives. Be present to the moment as this opportunity began to expand and be there to look back and say "WOW I was there at the beginning, look where we are NOW"

    Enjoy the RIDE!!! Everyone
    William Barrett
    Chicago, IL

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  • May 20, 2011 at 7:24 am
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    Thanks Justin. I'm sure this will help the majority of members who strayed away from their belief in TCA. Thanks to you John for bringing your dream to fruition and sharing with us. (For Free) Thanks to Daniel Smith for the webinars and his many other contributions. To all the supporting staff and TCA members, A Big Ol THANKS!

    As my Daughter said when she was 5; "Don't Give Up The Dream",
    Dan Easter
    West Virginia

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  • May 20, 2011 at 7:14 am
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    Thank you John and Justin for sharing. The best things in life usually are the things worth waiting for. Thank you for helping us understand the magnitude of this endeavor. My prayers are with the TCA leadership and team as they build, implement, troubleshoot, test, re-test, and inspire.

    John Harding
    Kurrents
    Beverly, MA

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  • May 20, 2011 at 6:53 am
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    I agree with everything Justin stated in his post. Coming from one with actual experience in roll-outs underscores the credibility of the statements. I have been through the disastrous launch of a company who launched before it was ready…three times, in fact. First in Beta, then updated…then completely transformed…and it is still having problems…after 18 months! So, NO…DO NOT LAUNCH UNTIL IT IS READY! I commend John, who obviously knows, for having the intestinal fortitude to stand firm on his commitment to "do it right"! He and his staff are sacrificing their normal lives to make this happen…correctly! The upside of this pre-launch period is an extra ADVANTAGE for members, giving them the opportunity to sign up more people, businesses and non-profits BEFORE the deals. I would urge everyone to take advantage of this profound opportunity and hit the ground running at launch! Thanks, Justin, for your insights!

    TCA TeamGold – Building a Network of Millionaires in Progress
    Keith Ingram
    Lineville, Alabama

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  • May 20, 2011 at 6:40 am
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    1% inspiration-99% perspiration!!! Heed the wisdom of what Justin states in his message. What John is accomplishing is nothing short of a miracle, bringing people together in society, business, and charity. Reduce Justin's essay to bullet points when describing TCA to enrollees. Mine will be;

    It's a startup of marrying social media, group buying, mlm, and charity
    It's close to launch so now is the time to build your organization
    Constructive criticism is always welcome, complaining without a solution is not
    Try to appreciate the herculean task of the software challenges mentioned by Justin above, and
    HAVE FUN, FEEL GOOD ABOUT JOINING A COMPANY THAT HAS COMPASSION AND WISDOM!!

    John Milanoski is truly a visionary. Being part of this vision is not owed to anyone, it's an honor.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 6:40 am
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    I think part of the problem with the "complainers" might be their sponsor's promises/expectations. It would help if as we sponsor, we make sure to lay out the facts – possibly using Justin's comment above, to simplify things:-)) I know this is a start-up, but I was made big promises (which intuitively I felt were wrong, considering it IS a start-up). I am here for the long haul and don't want TCA to launch until everything that can be in place and tested, has been. And I am not making promises or wishful statements to entice people.

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    • May 20, 2011 at 8:01 pm
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      Tracy, I agree. Perhaps we are all to blame a bit. It is easy to get excited when you have a vision. sometimes others don't see it exactly as we do. I think also that most people want to believe but reflect back on how many times things didn't work out. We've all been through that. I also think that when you are so in love with an idea and you want it so bad and may even need it…. patience can evaporate quickly. Often It think that people will rather throw in the towel or quit rather than be let down once more! I understand. I am patient. It is FREE so, i hope they will keep their membership and just see. TCA is for everyone and our door is always open. I just pray that they don't create animosity because they chose to bad mouth us. So many criticize that which they don't understand. It is important to be patient especially since there is only evidence of progress, effort and commitment.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 6:34 am
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    Justin hit the nail Right On The Head. Having done five start-ups in the past seven years, I speak from experience. But I must say my businesses were very small compared to what TCA is doing and Justin really put things into perspective.
    I too have been in the email block situation with several service providers. When I ran the Hill Air Show in 2006 we ran into the same problem and that was before many of the blocking software systems that exist today were even around.
    Justin's insight into the software development side is also right on. I had actually been trying to develop a very scaled down TCA system and after several months and thousands of dollars, we put the entire effort on hold. Interestingly, all we were trying to do was link local businesses with local advertising, we didn't even address the commission role-up part, which is a very big part of TCA's program. Putting everything together is a monumental task.
    TCA is truly in uncharted territory and along with being in that territory comes start-up problems. John is doing it right, delaying the launch till things are operating smoothly. As Justin put it, those same people who are complaining now are the ones who will shout the loudest when things don't run smoothly.
    And when we do launch, will things run totally without any hiccups? Probably not. Will they be fixed, YES. It's those of us who see the vision and stay the course that will benefit the most. And when those complainers who dropped out come back when things are running smoothly, will we accept them? Absolutely, with open arms, and we'll help them build their businesses!
    On a personal note, I am singularly appalled by the personal attacks against John. In every case, these attacks are anonymous which doesn't surprise me. I see only two reasons for these attacks, it's either an evil soul who will cower in the shadows and never make anything of their life, or it's a very worried competitor trying to sabotage a company. In one case it's totally wrong and in the other, totally illegal.
    I'm not a big MLM guy as I come from traditional business. I also know a good deal when I see one and I am with TCA for the long haul and will be here as long as it takes.

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    • May 20, 2011 at 8:26 pm
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      Thanks for you comment Rick. I too wonder about those that are so hateful. I personally do not understand it. I do know that a person in that position has probably been heavily disappointed in the past and now just lumps everything into the same category. It is a stuck state. They will never move to a better place when in that state because the focus is all about what is wrong with blindness to what is right. Everything that occurs in your life is either an excuse to grow or be hindered, its all a choice of perception and proper questioning. The person in that state is so worried about what others have instead of going out to create their own. They would rather beat someone down to their level to justify why they have unhappiness or lack. It really just comes down to a choice to change the thinking. It's interesting to look at the internal conflicts of these people as they write their complaints or ill efforts to discredit others. i.e. pointing to linked in profiles and saying one person is a loser cause they have lots of connections and are begging for friends and in the same breath pointing to another person and calling them a loser because they have no connections in linked in. The meanwhile, there are what… 300 million members on linked in?? or, claiming that success is dependent on what house or car someone drives or their level of wealth. basically that person is demonstrating that they think they can never be successful because they dont have a nice car or big house or whatever. Success has nothing to do with any of that. Actually, if you look at the most successful people they live a modest lifestyle. Warren Buffet lives in a $600,000.00 house and drives a 5 year old car. oh, and he pays himself 100k per year! Mark zuckerburg, Larry paige, sergey brin, Gurbaksh Chahal, Bill Gates (heck, most successful people) started with nothing and lived in dorm rooms or apartments when they started their business. You see, it has nothing to do with what HAS happened, it has everything to do with what you are doing now and what you will do in the future. Just because you have had success before does not mean you necessarily will have it again and vice versa. Do not ever let anyone convince you that you can or cannot succeed. it is your choice and YOUR actions that will determine that. You can find example after example of people that have succeeded against all odds or nay Sayers bet! If you quit because of someone's opinion (which is just them illustrating their thoughts about their own potential and projecting it onto you) you just let them determine your outcome. Who's life are you living, yours or theirs? Decide now to go the extra step. go beyond what you think anyone would ever expect. Go beyond what you would expect…. the moment you feel like giving in… say… I MUST DO THIS! Operate with integrity, truth and great intent and you will be able to move with 100% conviction. You never have to worry when you operate this way, the TRUTH will ALWAYS WIN in the long run. People can say all they want about you, it does not make it true unless you let it. Walk the walk and stand tall with integrity. You are great and anything is possible and that is not rah rah, hype or otherwise. it is FACT and it has been proven over and over by GREAT people just like you.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 6:27 am
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    A real shout out to Zev Pais, everyone's favorite blog monitor in the FAQ's forums… i was sharing the thoughts that became my post with Zev and he was the one that recommended I post them. Keep up the great work Zev. John & team, pull this thing off and history is yours… we will all forever be in your debt. Keep up the great work and never stop visualizing such greatness.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 6:24 am
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    If you want my take?
    Im looking to make money or in a nut shell a JOB??? ive been out of FT work for to long, so all this hype and
    circumstance is fine BUT….
    sorry to sweep all the confetti aside and rain some on the parade???

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    • May 20, 2011 at 8:29 pm
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      Understood Kelly.

      I hope that when we get all running and live… you will begin to understand the value of positive emotion and excitement again. you will be with us throwing confetti. I know there have been challenges and believe me, If we were ready yesterday, we'd be live. I know it is important to so many people. That is exactly what inspired all of this! You are always welcome here and I pray we get things in place in time to really help you.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 5:12 am
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    Well said…..thank you for this valuable insight on the process!!
    Patiently waiting!!

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  • May 20, 2011 at 5:11 am
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    Justin, thanks for this dose of reality. I've been around network marketing for almost 40 years, both as a distributor and corporate executive, and I've seen a lot of companies come and go. The single most common reasons for failure are lack of preparation, planning, financing, and the premature launch of a company, no matter how great the product or idea. TCA is a very exciting concept whose timing is perfect, but it has to be done right the first time. There are very few second chances in this industry.

    When I read Jerry Clark's endorsement of John Milanoski, that was all I needed to know. Jerry has been a friend and mentor for many years. I trust his opinion without reservation and I suggest that anyone who is on the fence with TCA do the same. If you quit now, you lose!

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    • May 20, 2011 at 8:39 pm
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      Pope, I agree with you about Jerry. He is truly an amazing individual. We will have many opportunities to bring Jerry around for all of us and as you know, personal development is something every true entrepreneur believes in and is a must. We should be growing everyday. Success and life is Dynamic (not static). We are all works in progress. Jerry is a great mentor and trainer because he has mastered the rare process of consuming large amounts of relevant important information and creating a simplified condensed way of delivering so you get the most value in the least amount of time. That is what we refer to as Elegance. He is now in the process of finishing a very RARE and difficult PhD of the highest level in communication. Jerry, studies, applies then delivers what works! He will be grateful to know that he has had an impact in your life!

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  • May 20, 2011 at 5:10 am
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    See…now this is Great! Having been a part of a startup once before, I knew all of this going in but, sometimes you just gotta get a bit of clarity during that process from those on the inside. The update was GREAT! Keep em' comin….& Justin, oh how right you are! Thank you sooo much for sharing your experience!
    As the song says…"Let's Get It Started"
    MaryBeth McClure
    EX-TEX-PAT
    Currently in Toulouse

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  • May 20, 2011 at 4:04 am
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    John, masz polskie nazwisko, ale czy też mówisz po polsku? Ja niestety nie mówię po angielsku i słabo znam język niemiecki, dlatego nie zapisuję się na konsultacje z Tobą. Przykro mi. Życzę powodzenia i dziękuję za zaproszenia.

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    • May 21, 2011 at 8:31 am
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      John, masz polskie nazwisko, ale czy też mówisz po polsku? Ja niestety nie mówię po angielsku i słabo znam język niemiecki, dlatego nie zapisuję się na konsultacje z Tobą. Przykro mi. Życzę powodzenia i dziękuję za zaproszenia.

      TRANSLATED:John, you have a Polish name, but can also speak Polish? Unfortunately, I do not speak English and know little German, so do not write on the consultation with you. I'm sorry. Good luck and thank you for the invitation.

      Maria, nie mówię po polski! Będę pracował jednak na to. Może kiedyś spotkam was. To wspaniałe wiedzieć, że dotarliśmy na całym świecie.

      TRANSLATED:Maria, I do not speak polish! I will work on this though. Maybe one day I will meet you. It is exciting to know that we have reached around the world.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 2:39 am
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    Thank you Justin for illuminating the issues that face TCA in its pre-launch phase. I hope your comments put and end to all the impatience and petty squabbling. Start ups are just that – start ups and this one IS worth waiting for! TCA is THE best opportunity that I have seen – ever. I could not sleep for days after learning about what was on the table.

    I am a programmer and a Systems Engineer (MCSE) and have had to deal with other people’s buggy code more times than I like to think about and I applaud TCA for taking the time to get it right the first time. Sometimes you only get the one shot. Same for the branding issue, the public face of the company is of the utmost import and you’re correct again 6 months would be a minimum for a Madison Avenue firm.

    Thanks again Justin for your comments and clarity and thank you John, the TCA Team and all the other Dedicated Members looking to make TCA the wonderful opportunity that it is! Happy and thrilled to be a part of TCA (especially in pre-launch!),

    Trish Kemke MCSE.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 1:25 am
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    *error* Sorry Justin White,

    I mistakenly typed "Justine", when it's is "Justin"

    My apology.

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  • May 20, 2011 at 12:32 am
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    Thank you John and Justin for information to all out there and clarifying the prosess TCA is going trugh to
    Take the Company to the "higest level"!

    I allowed myself to use your post, spread yhe word, Justin to all my prospect, in my Facebook page and Blog etc and hope that it is accepted!
    Thank you again – I am so Excited about TCA !

    "We share Because we Care"

    All of you out there, Local Businesses and Customer: Sign up and be a part of History for Generations to come!

    Respectfully.
    Anne

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  • May 19, 2011 at 6:59 pm
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    Owning a teeny tiny text ad site, it is very easy for me to see the level of programming that will need to be undertaken to get TCA opened. It is a feat beyond my comprehension. John must have some extremely talented programmers.

    I hope that the programming will be completed and tested and tested and tested before anybody can use it. There cannot be too many tests, but there will have to be an opening day.

    I have said it before and it bears repeating… There will be a flock of Groupies coming over to TCA when they see that TCA is different from what they are used to… TCA pays but Groupon doesn't.

    I support the reasoning behind Justin's post and I appreciate somebody with his expertise coming to explain to those who don't understand what it takes to get something of this magnitude ready for the masses.

    Thanks to Justin and John!

    Peace,
    Leon Horton
    Lebanon, TN, USA

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  • May 19, 2011 at 6:38 pm
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    I am getting excited about TCA and their commitment to help everyone far into the future with such a great, easy program. I am looking forward to seeing what John and his team are going to roll out and really feel like this could be a great resource and income producers for many, many people out there! Thanks John, for your integrity and persistence in getting it right BEFORE we launch so we can stand rock-solid as we soar away! :)

    I have always been interested in helping people be financially free, making a difference and being a true entrepreneur – and when this launches, I know that John will help us all do that immensely! :)

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  • May 19, 2011 at 6:37 pm
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    I am getting excited about TCA and their commitment to help everyone far into the future with such a great, easy program. I am looking forward to seeing what John and his team are going to roll out and really feel like this could be a great resource and income producers for many, many people out there! Thanks John, for your integrity and persistence in getting it right BEFORE we launch so we can stand rock-solid as we soar away! :)

    I have always been interested in helping people be financially free, making a difference and being a true entrepreneur – and when this launches, I know that John will help us all do that immensely! :)

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  • May 19, 2011 at 3:06 pm
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    Great comment Justin and so very right on. Imagine right now if the folks at Linkedin could rethink and reset their initial price. Do you think they would after the overwhelming success thay had today? You bet they would. Oh shucks, too late. It's done. Ready or not. TCA is right on to go slow and cautious so as to try to dot i's and cross t's. We will be fine and when we launch, we will launch with power and magnitude that will shake the foundation of Yourtown, World. IMHO

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  • May 19, 2011 at 11:03 am
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    Thanks for posting this. I found this trhough a bing search for thecustomeradvantage so now have bookmarked this so I can read this for updates? I for one would like to receive an email with an update for just to say hi to let us know is still active it seems I cannot log into the site at all today as of when I post this reply but could be just a bad connection or site is updating? After reading this artical by Justin has given me a new level of patience for this awsome oppertunity!

    Eric

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  • May 18, 2011 at 11:16 am
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    Thanks John for allowing Justin to share this article! John, knowing you personally over the least year I can say you have always been straight up from day one with nothing to hide or any strange agendas, you Rock my man! Great article Justin glad you shared this angle! I know doubt agree these companies attempting to take on the Groupon model in network marketing is no question the biggest task ever tried in MLM, other than maybe Dubli online shopping model. I also totally agree if you are bitching & complaining about anything at all and it is a pre-launch company of any kind, you must have been lying to yourself there would not be speed bumps or flat out rod blocks, or you are simply new to the industry. I know John will do the testing to get it done right when it is brought to market. It is no secret you only have one shot to make it happen right, there is no going back. Hats off to you john and the vision you hold within yourself to make this happen, and very soon allowing the members to reap the rewards as well very soon as the word is spread!

    Keep Dreaming Big,
    Tom Self
    Kirkland, WA

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    • May 20, 2011 at 4:46 am
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      thanks so much Justin…
      I am so excited about this..I can't wait to start seeing some pay checks, could really use them now, since not working as many hours.. so they will come in handy.
      Also, when posting, please send me an example of how to put your URL in Brackets.

      Thanks so much

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  • May 18, 2011 at 6:57 am
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    The voice of reason! Since being involved with network marketing and online bus. (for about 2 years) – I have seen people jumping from one thing to another, losing all credibility in the process. What we need is: a) patience b) focus c) loyalty and support, – we're all on the same team, so help others to build their groups. I know from experience that many members who sign up do not know how to use their URL links, – just one simple thing like putting your link in a message on LinkedIn or Facebook, you need to write the link in BRACKETS, in order for it to be 'live', – whereas many just write the URL and people don't necessarily bother looking at the website if they have to write out the whole address or copy/paste it into their browser. Sorry, got slightly sidetracked there. Anyway, great post, Justin!

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  • May 18, 2011 at 2:37 am
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    *** What’s On My Mind Right This Second ***

    John Milanoski is a man with a strong, positive, and global vision.

    We are the group of people that will make his vision become reality.

    “I personally recommend this group. A group which puts passion before profit.”
    -Tony Lamar in San Diego, California, USA

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  • May 18, 2011 at 2:21 am
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    Exactly Justine White! *claps*

    So in the mean time we can “Pay-it-Forward by:

    * Growing and training your teams TCA wide.
    * Signing-up merchants so they can be positioned well on the campaign list… rather than waiting in line as others succeed with a campaign before they do.
    * Settling in and getting ready for the ride of our lives :-)

    Look out GR**PON, here we come!

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    • May 20, 2011 at 2:31 pm
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      So glad you said it! I'm putting all I can into doing just that!

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  • May 17, 2011 at 4:49 pm
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    Hi Mr. John Milanoski,
    I would like to pass on to you an innovative business idea that I had about 15 years back and it can can conquer this planet like a wild fire. I would like to share this with you as I feel you may be the right person to implement it if given to you…

    Jose Cheriyampurathu
    Chicago
    7065897892

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