Saturday, October 24, 2009

Be critical of what you hear or see.

Look out for something along the line of this phrase in How to Get Rich Courses.
"To qualify to invest in investments of the rich, you need to have at the least the nett worth of $1million. Find out how you can invest with the rich even if you do not have it in this event."

Out of boredom, I attend these seminars and I can tell you the modus operandi and I am still amazed that there are so many s*ckers out there.
1) Build Logos (credibility by reasonable logic) by telling audience how much you made and try to show evidence by flashing some cheque/invoice/dubious share certificate of value beyond reach of most audience(possible around $300k to a million).
2) Build Pathos (emotional) by recahing out to audience the fruits of being rich and how you can become one of them by learning what the trainers have to offer.
3) Build Ethos (ethical) by telling audience why they want to impart the get RICH skill to the audience, not because of money but because of filled in the blanks.

It never fails to amaze me that those sc*kers don't differentiate between how the trainers achieve financial freedom (was it before or after the training course started? and how they achieve financial freedom)

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