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PermaEthos - PDC

 
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Woohoo...if you are an TSP MSB Member or Brink of Freedom member (Josiah Wallingford - He was on one of Paul's podcast's) you can get early sign up for this PDC.

You can either pay $300 upfront or 3 -$115 payments.

Tons of future benefits for being a founding member, only 1000 will be able to be a founding member.

Permaethos
 
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Better hurry it is going fast...already up to 500+ have signed up.
 
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It sold out in like two hours. 1000 people payed $300... thats $300000. A pretty good start for Perma Ethos I would say. Unfortunately I didnt manage to get in on time

Jack Spirko is a master marketer.
 
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Sheldon Nicholson wrote:It sold out in like two hours. 1000 people payed $300... thats $300000. A pretty good start for Perma Ethos I would say. Unfortunately I didnt manage to get in on time

Jack Spirko is a master marketer.




I believe he is going to open up some more slots for MSB members....check his site for more details.
 
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Jack has announced 500 more slots to open up soon at $500 each check it out:
http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/how-the-second-round-of-permaethos-pdc-sales-will-go/comment-page-1#comment-757545
 
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So who all here got in? My invoice number was 907, but that apparently doesn't mean anything because of transaction errors.
 
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Me.
 
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I got my husband in on the 2nd round.
 
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I'm in
 
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Hey everyone! Happy to hear a bunch of you got into the PDC Jack and Joe are giving! Just thought I would drop by and mention that Jack, Joe, and Paul just recorded a podcast that covers TONS of details of PermaEthos and the PDC and all sorts of other stuff. Thought you all might be interested. Here it is:

Podcast 297 - PermaEthos Part 1
Podcast 298 - PermaEthos Part 2
 
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How's it going? Anyone working on their design yet?
 
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I have not. this has fallen out of my priority list, and is currently on the back burner.
 
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I'm way behind too
 
I have a knack for fixing things like this ... um ... sorry ... here is a concilitory tiny ad:
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