Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at 4:24 pm
O my Father—O Father of mine? You are so good to me. I got my first negative and caustic feedback. I know this feedback came from You to open my eyes to see my carnal self in action once again. Quote,
And, to be honest this sounds like you just want me to end up buying your book or going to ur blog. PLUS it looks like you think you’re a self-help Christian guru. I may be Christian but I don’t take kindly to people assuming things about me and telling me what to do considering everyone is unique and has unique experiences. We aren’t all the same, yet all Self-Help books treat people that way. If you read my blog, you would see I actually have posts about the whole thing being a money making scheme to sell books and hosts seminars and speak at churches- again painting everyone with the same brush and claiming they KNOW THE TRUTH TO SALVATION AND A HEALTHY LIFE.
But send away if you want to. I don’t mind receiving work. I do like when I receive work from people who have read mine, have followed me and are inspirational themselves. From what I read on your page, you don’t seem that way.
Blow me away! I am guilty. In my eagerness to sell the Dysfunctional Mother In A Dysfunctional Family? I did not realize how I was coming through.
Definitely? I do not belong in the marketing arena. I have learned much. Bryan emphasizes honesty. I like that. I will discontinue the course though because? Not only I cannot afford it but also I cannot go along with the underlying motives for the whole process.
Let’s face it? All is done to get reviews, to get emails, to get buyers to make money. Like in the feedback of today? The whole thing being a money making scheme to sell books and hosts seminars and speak at churches- again painting everyone with the same brush and claiming they KNOW THE TRUTH TO SALVATION AND A HEALTHY LIFE.
That is the naked truth and? I have no intentions to continue traveling in that wagon. I will continue to remind all to buy the one book I will offer for sale but? All goals and ambitions I could have about the situation are all secondary. The book stands for itself. It is worth the read.