deceptionLet’s stop with the deception…

I just posted on Facebook, that I’d just heard another guru
say this during their sales webbi and thought it was deceptive:

“If I can do this, so can you!”

(Most successful gurus selling how to programs
– including network and affiliate marketing – say this to their audience.
You’ve heard it, right?)

So my good friend Archie texts me:

“Maybe a disclaimer is best … “Anyone can. Most won’t.” ?

Me: Archie, every single leader says “If I can do this, so can you!” 
It’s ALL misleading.

Archie: So what do you suggest? 🙂

Me: This –

“I don’t know if you can do this or not.

“But I certainly can show you what I’ve learned and done.

“Then you can decide if you want to come down that path.”

Archie: “Saying both out loud feels completely different!!”

Go ahead. Say them both out loud. Which feels more genuine to you?

Let’s stop with the deception and the making it look stupid easy.
Just because Frank Kern did it does not mean you will do what he did and
get the results he does.  There’s a bit more to extreme success…

But the reason why most don’t have that extreme success is
the result of – in part – another deception: the sin of omission here…

PS Get into the free 67 minute master words class here. I’ve used
these words to get to the top of five NM companies over 20 years.

2017-06-08T11:36:42+00:00

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