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How Reality Show of Politics Affects Reality of Internet Network Marketing Home Business - Breakthro

Published on 5/10/2016
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How Reality Show of Politics Affects Reality of Internet Home Business - Breakthrough Flashpoint 

 

Once in awhile you read an article that truly opens your eyes to how much of our reality is fashioned and conditioned by current reality shows … more than ever thought possible in current demographics and extending into unexpected areas.

As a Canadian, of course, I am interested in American politics because we share a common culture and border.

Like many other Americans pundits, I share my amazement at the rise of Trumpism reflecting popularism.

But it makes more sense now and I can see a relationship with the evolution of network marketing on the internet as well.  

Reality shows in general are illusions … who realistically lives like the Kardashians except media followers who idolize consumerism.

The promoters, top capitalists, like to pretend this is real life, but they over-simplify and over-dramatize. However, people may actually think they understand the complexities of relationships, economics or business as such. The audience really isn't qualified to catch the diversions from real life and begin to trust the over-simplifications as answers to their problems.

 

Have you heard of  Parkinson's Law of Triviality which basically means  that people are often ill-equipped to consider complicated matters and so focus on the trivial.

 

Here is a political example:

Donald J. Trump says, "We will build the wall, it will be a beautiful wall, it will be a big wall." There are few other follow-up details.  There is just no other way to explain complex ideas briefly to a mass of voters. 

"But as The Donald tweets about his taco lunch and media organizations pass on his reality show comments verbatim, it may be that for a large majority of the U.S. population, the analysis stage has been left out and they think of reality show simplicity as truth."

 

So how does this relate to the reality of an internet home business?

It's HUGE! Countless shows promise great riches with little effort and a tiny starter fee. Step right up - get your traffic - blast your ads - multiply your leads. Exert more kingly content - sizzles for a moment and then it disappears deep into archives. Less talking allowed. Time and money consumed like a wild fire with only sweat and tears left intact.

Too many internet marketers are not educated about the basics of any business including home business. It starts with conversation and customer appreciation. It promotes real value beyond the money game in a changing economy. It leverages the top minds. It nurtures trust and loyalty for long term income.

However, the scariest part, in my opinion, is the gradual takeover of basic network marketing principles by top, ultra-skilled internet marketers who aim their marketing funnels to reach qualified marketers like themselves. Sometimes they hook a curious onlooker with limited marketing skills, but hyped-up hopes, who suffers though a couple of cycles and then is expelled.

But what about us, the real people, like you and me? We have limited interest in becoming magnetic internet superstars, which, by the way, has proven to be largely ineffective except for heavy recruitment by the top elite marketers.  

We must not let a corporate-type evolution mastermind this industry build on the foundation of average people with above average dreams and a little capital. We must not trivialize our right to participate and not be disenfranchised because of lack of technical skills.

We must claim our share of Internet Profits in this Golden Age of Abundance... no more illusions & reality shows    

If this makes any sense to you, listen to these 3 questions and let's talk

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Respectfully,

Annemarie

Fair and Democratic Home Business Mentor

 

"Life is too short to wake up with regrets. Love the people who treat you right, Forget about the ones who don’t. Believe everything happens for a reason. If you get a second chance, grab it with both hands. If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said life would be easy. They just promised it would be worth it." - Harvey MacKay

 

Enjoy this 3 min video - https://youtu.be/Y1Hi7nOUTcI

Reality shows, in general, are illusions. They often over-dramatize and trivialize solutions to complex problems. Online home business programs are HUGE  with hyped promises and expert marketing  funnels focused on attracting more top marketers. But what about people like you and me who have no desire to become internet marketing superstars and must not be counted out in this Golden Age of Abundance.  We deserve to participate and make Internet Profits with or without technical skills.   A special generic home business resource explains the Big Picture of the Digital Economy, massive trends, basics of network marketing and how to find the Digital Motherlode -

 

You can read the article that set a flashpoint for me. See why the author predicts this presidency win:

 http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/business/obama-trump-economics-reality-politics-1.3573379

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