by christopher

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Do Your Due Diligence 2.1


It's one thing to tell. And it certainly is another thing to show. There is a lot of tell in our industry but very little show. I am of the opinion that if you can't do it, never done it, and don't know how to do it then you shouldn't bring it up. If you can't point people in the right direction I believe you should stay silent. It comes across as talking to hear yourself talk. Or posting just for the sake of posting.

I will not tell you to do something that I don't do myself. I will not offer you something to buy unless I actually use it myself. And I will never have you spending money that is unnecessary. I personally hate up-sells. I don't believe in multiple streams of income as most people do. And I don't believe in breaking or making the most money off the least amount of people. I am not dollar driven. Because I actually do care. The should be one of the first things that you learn as long as you view my introductory content. 

One thing that all frauds and scammers have in common is the fact they are all lazy. Because of that you should do your due diligence and take it seriously. Don't misunderstand me. It's one thing to not know what to do or where to start. It's another thing to know what to do and where to start and simply not do it. It's often said "find out what the successful do" and copy it. And that means to learn the process they follow and the structure they use to get results. The masses always seem to miss that part



To avoid regret. Care about your time. And care about your money. But take your time and ensure that you're looking at everything critically. Every time you look at someone keep in the forefront of your mind the fact that there is a near 100% failure rate. The majority of that failure comes from lack of education. But this also comes from expectations not being set. Or the wrong expectations. Don't be lazy and let your guard down for the wrong things. There is an old saying "believe none of what you hear" and only half what you see". But in 2020 on the internet you can't believe anything you hear or anything you see. 

Here is a reason why you don't trust a social media post. Because anyone can post it. Here is why you don't trust a still image screenshot of a notification for a commission from a sale or sign up on social media. Because anyone can photo shop. Here is why you don't accept a screenshot of someone's bank account because they can be altered and changed by the html source code. Here is why you don't trust still screenshots in videos period.

Because those could be photo shopped as well. If you're going to trust anything that appears to be documented have people actually log into their account in a live video. This is something I wouldn't do with just anybody but people who actually deserve to see it because they've expressed genuine interest in you. When people are lying but are trying to keep the illusion going they eventually slip. Because they failed to pay attention to the time stamps. Don't trust people with screenshots or anything that doesn't have their name written and a time stamp written in on it.

Do Your Due Diligence 2.1


Never be intimidated by people. Because they will try to manipulate and control you if they can. Don't block people on social media just because someone else tells you to find out why. Don't trust partial screenshots when people expose conversations demand to see the entire conversation from the beginning or else dismiss the screenshot. Part of doing your due diligence is finding out why! Why do people operate the way they do. Why did they handle a certain person this way and others they handle differently. Never hold anyone responsible for other's behavior. 

It's one thing when people make mistakes. Because nobody is perfect. However they should be able to answer for any mistake they've made that involves scams, frauds, and scandals. Someone who earns a full time income online especially in the home based business industry. If someone is a 4 or 5 figure earner or higher they have absolutely no excuse what-so-ever to land on anyone's website as a fraud, scammer, or any such thing. They should not be given a second chance unless they suffer public humiliation by creating authentic and genuine content to redeem themselves from any accusation. It makes sense. 

Honesty and transparency is a strong policy. And people should answer for shade and dishonesty. If accused I believe a person should answer for the accusation to clear their name. If they don't they should be considered guilty. It's one thing to make a mistake once. Create the content to liberate. But repeatedly taking advantage of people the same way wrapped in a different package. If you don't make people answer for the negative content published by someone else then you may be the next victim of a fraud or scam. Don't make the same mistake that the masses have.

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  • Angela Shepherd
    October 14, 2020

    With all the scams and frauds there are going around, its important to not be lazy and take the time to investigate that person and or company. Save yourself time and money.

  • November 16, 2020

    The things that these quote on quote gurus have done to the industry. It is wrong on so many levels, to the point where someone that’s been through the trenches and stepped on a few landmines. A time or two, know the truth regarding what it takes to create and have success. Yet these are the same individuals who get looked over, in my opinion, because they aren’t on social media flashing cash. It’s sad that because you aren’t flashing cash online that people view you as a nobody, again, my opinion.

    Furthermore, I, for the life of me, do not understand the logic of people. Who prefer to follow someone that posts photoshop income proof onto social media. Rather than doing their due diligence on someone that has taken the time and money to educate themselves on the industry and brand themselves professionally.

  • November 16, 2020

    I still believe in multiple streams of income because you never know when one of these companies may decide to shut their doors, unlike most network marketers, who believe that being in countless mlm opportunities is multiple streams of income. I look at it like, for instance, when music artists get into the music game, they’re signed to a major label. At a certain point whereas they sell so many records. And learn about how the industry works. They then decide to start their label under the label that they’re originally signed to, whereas they can sign other artists to their label instead. After that, they may begin a clothing line or get into the food and hospitality industry. Not go jumping into another mlm company, lol.


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