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Are you like me, and get bombarded with the "next best" opportunity? It makes me laugh when someone shows me their Golden Egg and it is some pathetic way to "get rich quick!"
I've been in the industry for years and I've seen it all, and unfortunately I've even been fooled by some failed businesses and scams...
I can honestly now, with full conviction say, THANK YOU UNIVERSE! The power of Attraction has brought me the most Brilliant business plan I've seen to date! And I'm more than proud to share it with YOU!
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Are You On The "Crazy Train"?
Marketers today are dumb... really really dumb. Ok... maybe 'dumb' isn't such a good word to use. Then, should I say 'insane'? Yes, I think 'insane' is a better term. I mean, take a look at what the definition of insanity is: "Insanity is defined as doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results". Isn't that what marketers do?
Marketers (yes, myself included) spend hours posting the same ads to the same places. Why? I mean, the same people are going to be reading the same ads that they read yesterday... do you really think they are going to be interested today when they just deleted it yesterday?
Ok... so we've all been told that it takes a person 7 times before they will actually act on something. I think I want to argue that... I know for me, if I see something once, and I was not interested in it then, I sure as he@? won't be interested in it after the 7th time. Maybe I'm weird... I don't know.
What Color Was The Horse?
Last night on CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) one of the investigators, Detective Jim Brass, told a really cool story that really made me think and I just wanted to share it with you.
Now, I am not very good at retelling stories, I never get all of the details right, so this version will not be as good as his was... but here goes:
There once was an accident involving a horse and car. There were people hurt, the cars were totalled and the horse was seriously hurt. One of the policemen on the scene decided that, because the horse was so badly injured, it needed to be put down. which he did.
The scene was eventually cleared, and life went back to normal. However, when asked, not one person who was at the scene could remember the color of the horse.
Ok... so that was a watered down version... but I think I was still able to make my point. We all get so enamored with things, that we don't take notice of details. This is true in every part of our lives... even marketing. Think about it.