by christopher

Who To Trust Online



You're in the right place! If you are:

1. New to the home based business industry and looking for the place to start and what to do. 

2. Struggling to produce results in your current existing business. 

3. Failing because you've tried everything and are not sure who to trust or listen too. 


The purpose of this information is to help you make an informed decision. If you join anything I have to offer that supports my income. Perhaps you're considering joining someone else in the industry.  You're on "my simple path to success" because you want education that will help you make the best possible choices available today. Don't forget there are 2 primary ways that you can follow me down my path to success directly or indirectly.

1. If you're following me directly then that means you going to participate and follow me in everything I'm involved in by participating in one or more of the options I have available.

2. If you're following me indirectly then you will become a client in my coaching program to acquire the tools, training and empowerment to get the results you want in your business.



You will learn a lot of things alone just from paying attention. When it comes to business and financial success "knowing who to trust" should not be an option for you. It sounds good to the ears to be able to earn money from people you don't know, never met or ever talk to. Being on the other end however is certainly doesn't bring any comfort not knowing where your money is going or who it's going to. Getting what you pay for should be the absolute least of your concerns when you go to buy something. 

Knowing who you buy from, matters because if you get taken advantage of you're going to want justice especially online. Most people generally want their money back and if the person is hidden there is a 99% chance that you will never see that money again. The person needs to be who he or she says she is. You need to interview people like interviewing for a job, you need to interrogate people like they're criminals. You want to do this in such a away that it's not rude or disrespectful but within reason. 

As a consumer, customer or client you have a right to know who you're doing to be dealing with, what you're going to be getting so on and so forth. Don't be tricked or manipulated by the success of anyone. You learning the process is far more important than seeing their cash if they flash it, or material if they flaunt it. On the internet they should provide enough adequate free educational information to help you make a decision if not at the very least is should point you in the right direction.


More often than not a lot of what you want to see and what nearly everyone demands to see is in plain site. There are 2 types of people and you fall into one category or another. 

1.  You're someone that honestly wants to learn how to create time and financial freedom online the right way.( you don't want to be held back) 

2.  You're someone that wants to create time and financial freedom but you don't want to learn how to do it or put in the work.

You're on "my simple path to success". What's free to you costs me money to send you the education I promised you when you subscribed to the list. You're expected to engage and consume this content.  How do you do that? Simple it's just a few steps:

Step 1 is to watch the video

         2 is to read the text

Step 3 is to ask a question, share your thoughts by leaving a comment, or  start a discussion in the comment section at the bottom of every page I direct you through from your email.


When you find someone you can trust that meets the criteria that is above your expectations great. Don't waste their time by ignoring them. Don't waste your time by blowing them off. If they have done everything right to gain your trust look for content they've created. Make people work hard to prove themselves. Don't lend your trust to people so easily. Same with me make me prove myself to you. Make me earn your business. I real person of real substance integrity, a honest person won't mind. Our work ethic is strong enough that it won't bother us if you make us work a little harder to gain your trust, 

Never hold others to a standard that you're not willing to hold yourself to. Never subject others to anything that you're not willing to subject yourself too. Engage, ask question, provide feedback. If you open my emails and you don't click the link to view the content. If you don't engage the content you will get removed off "my simple path to success" again it cost me money and I prefer to make room for others. 





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  • Raynold John
    May 19, 2019

    Valuable content. You are one of those 1% honest internet marketers out there. Most marketers just want to make money. Keep it up bro!

    • christopher
      May 20, 2019


  • May 20, 2019

    This is wonderful information. When I first started to look for a work from home job, I would I love this information here. This is very helpful for all the newbies.

  • May 21, 2019

    Excellent blog! Trust is definitely an important thing especially someone or something on the internet. Thank you once again for educating us on this serious matter. I definitely do my research on what is online. Scammers come a dime a dozen and are looking to steal your hard earned money. Flash cashing and screenshots of money is a red flag!

  • Angela Doyle
    May 22, 2019

    Very valuable information. It’s very important to research before joining an opportunity. And that’s an excellent list of guidelines to use when looking at proof of income.

  • Johnny Harveyj
    May 22, 2019

    I want to start my own freedom I’m so tired of being unhappy


  • May 26, 2019

    You need to interview people like interviewing for a job, you need to interrogate people like they’re criminals. You want to do this in such a away that it’s not rude or disrespectful but within reason. The first person I joined online in an affiliate marketing program never flashed cash. She was the first person I saw online that blogged regularly. She is still successful and wrote a book on blogging for Network Markerters. When I saw her FB and she spoke directly to my issue and pointed me to the direction of the affiliate Marketing platform she was apart of.

    I almost didn’t join because I didn’t know who the founders of the company were, but I learned about who she was and the price point up front was affordable so I took a chance then afterwards did my research on the company. Point being I trusted her and not so much the company. Knowing what I know now she would have been better off creating her own training on her own self hosted website and could’ve have set things up so she could’ve still earned high ticket sales

  • May 27, 2019

    Wow, this has been a massive eye-opener for me, before coming across any of your content. I didn’t know a thing about finding out who I could trust online. Unfortunately, at the time, I didn’t do any research whatsoever on people either. I simply went by the flashing of cash and the flaunting of the rich and famous lifestyle. All because I thought the person that was doing all the cash flashing had all the secrets to success. You’ve taught me that the people, the group, and or company that you work with absolutely matter.

  • May 28, 2019

    Christian values prove to be more powerful with your website Christopher. High work ethics, valuable information where people get to learn some invaluable lessons. I just sincerely hope people are taking the time to truly get to know the nitty gritty of how to do what you do. I may not be there yet, but that doesn’t mean I ain’t learned anything…all glory to God that He enjoys seeing your honesty inside of your work! That’s how I know to trust you with online marketing…

  • Khai
    June 22, 2019

    Great article! Whether we are new to the home-based business industry or we’re not and still struggling, it’s so important to do our due diligence before working with someone. I got into business with people I wish I did not work with at all. Three of them. They said it was easy, they’ll be there to train me, all that and once I joined, they would give me some general stuff and leave me on my own or they’d be on to the next thing a few weeks later. I will also take accountability and say that when I did find people to trust, I was mostly in the 2nd category. I wanted to be successful, i wanted to learn, but I didn’t think I could do it. It was hard. It was difficult and I already had so much on my plate in my personal life. I wanted to do things the easy way. I didn’t put in as much effort as I should have because I was focused on the wrong things (popularity, flashy lifestyle, not taking the time to learn and execute knowledge). I still believe I have what it takes, but I do need to stay focused and pay attention to the right things. Popularity and flashing cash doesn’t prove credibility and value. It doesn’t mean anything if I can’t apply what they’ve done and get similar results. Thank you so much for this content. Looking forward to the next one! 🙂

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