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So you don't want the FREE money? Great, it's choice.... 'the Powers of Nothing...'

So you don't want the FREE money?  Great, it's choice....   'the Powers of Nothing...' Warren Buffet, the prototype of Success the old fashion way. 'Don't spend money you don't have, stay modest...' 
It is a most simple to understand universal principle, around since beginning of the world. There also is another world. In fact, a more vile and dangerous world, though all you craving for success, are hyping, yelling, these days using the social media. That world is called commerce. There are some things about that world called commerce. Commerce uses some tricks to become successful and at the same time, many people think they can do the same as, in this instance, Warren Buffet has done:  Become successful.
The hype of the yelling merchantman on the market
If there is one thing in the world of commerce, than it is to pretend, make believe. Let others believe how good and successful you are. It is called the ancient principle of 'the yelling merchantman on the market...' It basically means, if you shout loudest, you think people, money, business, hence success, finally will come your way. Today we use the internet where we can 'yell' instant globally.  So we can pretend the steam out of our ears. We simply grab a load of nifty and success appearing pictures from the internet, we invent an appealing story, put it all together on a website, and here we go, we're in business. Thing here is, those of you think now to be on your way to success? Think again. For the principle of the yelling merchant means that if you 'yell/hype' loudest,  you are basically saying and praying, 'hey guys, come to me for I need your wallet....'
Let people think they need ...
The next sick thing of commerce is making people believe .... anything. Entire books are written about something peculiar (wo)man has. Fear. Portray you have a product, service, inadmissible for the people, the objective is to let them believe they need it.  In second, yes, there is a second, let people believe that others have bought it before them so you urge them to come and buy. In addition the vile trick to state ... 'Hurry, there is only a limited offer ...' And many people may fall for that.
Free money for grabs
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