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Modern Entrepreneurs Make Money by Telling You How To Make Money
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The modern entrepreneur is the type of guy who pumps you up with "motivation" {dopamine + adrenaline} in order to render you emotional and sell you a product completely deprived of actual value. 

Make no mistake about it – you are getting scammed or at the very least allowing yourself to get scammed. 

I can prove it. It's exceptionally simple.

Imagine that YOU have found a way to make money. Would you expose it to other people on the Internet so that they can join you, become your competition and shrink the market? 

There is a reason why patents and such exist – because people WANT to protect their ideas. They do not want to give them away for free to some imbeciles who'd graduated from the university of YouTube. If they are giving it to you for free, it's because it doesn't work in the form that they are selling it.

Hence why the professors following those "alpha" blogs do only one thing – they rehash the articles of their idols and that's it. Unsurprisingly, they don't become rich – just perpetual losers constantly one day away from becoming millionaires.

Do yourself a favor and stay away from those scams. 

Also those "hustlers" and "alphas" are playing you. 

You are the product.
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Same with those sales and marketing gurus. They think they can make you sell anything to anyone with the right training without fail. Sales is a numbers game and has nothing to do with what you say or do. I work in sales and I have used a different script on each one of my clients (before they were my clients).

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(12-19-2019, 06:11 AM)Brett Wrote: Same with those sales and marketing gurus. They think they can make you sell anything to anyone with the right training without fail. Sales is a numbers game and has nothing to do with what you say or do. I work in sales and I have used a different script on each one of my clients (before they were my clients).

Those psychological tricks work only if the buyer is interested in a product in the first place. For example, if you are addicted to video games, you will probably be interested in some tech offers, but if you aren't, no amount of tricks will work. 

Kinda like women – if she on the fence about you, some persuasion tactics may help (for a while), but other than that pushing aggressively is a waste of time.

The Internet is a giant scam repository.
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