Where was I going wrong? How could I ever be rich? Reaching my forties I really was beginning to question myself and have self doubts. Friends and others around me had built better lifestyles for themselves and I admit to being jealous about the fact that they seemed so much better mobile porn off than I was.One day I decided that enough was enough. It was time for me to take a chance in life. I came across an advertisement that would change my life forever. Sure, they wanted some investment but then who wouldn’t. It was time I invested in myself and got what I wanted out of life.I made over £750 in my first day. My dream had come true. I realised that I was in control of my life. I made things happen.What you have just read is absolute and utter tripe. You have probably come across several similar writings before, all with a similar success story and all ending in a ‘call me now’ telephone number at the end of the advert. That’s all it really is – an advert. A company, or some person trying hard to get you to part with your hard earned money or work for them on a commission only basis.Don’t fall for it. If it was so good then why the hell are they even having to tout for business? If it is so inspirational and fool proof then how come so many fools have to part with their own money? If it was so darned successful then why on earth would you want to run off and tell everyone about it? Why wouldn’t you want to keep it to yourself and quietly earn a fortune from it. The fact of the matter is – you pay for it, not them and if you are unsuccessful then its not their fault – you just never cut the mustard!Unfortunately we can all get sucked in by similar ploys and crass advertising by hyper maniacs who leap around being ultra positive and cheesy with their get rich quick schemes which somehow always seem to need your money in order for them to work? Call them to account and you will be accused of being negative. That’s the way they operate.Next time you see a similar advert just smile and walk on. A fool and their money are soon parted. Don’t feed the hyper bullshit – keep your money in your pocket!
01 Feb 2013