I like the idea of Motivational speakers and the stuff they are saying to be true and applicable, however I feel have a negative/synical attitude towards them when I read them, I feel that these people are making the millions from selling books on how to make millions, simply targeting people who are vunerable as they want success and are not as successful as they want to be in life. So by selling these false ideas in books they can profit from the naiiver people who are looking to improve.
Is this a bad point of view to have? I want to agree with what I read, but I just get the impression a lot of it is BS and targeted towards making the rich become richer and not actually helping you.
For example, I read a book from Andrew Reynolds-Cash on Demand (Yes... i'm not getting paid an awful lot in the reserves
This book was free so I thought why not have a read..it's all aimed about teaching you how to become a rich guy and adopting the right mindset and how you can be just like the guy who wrote it. Lot's of images/stories about him living an idealistic life are featured throughout the whole book, but the whole time its advertising his CD/DVD package so much. Like every couple of pages, it says FREE FREE FREE, just pay the postage...
Yet once you sign up to get the free DVD you are charged $20 for the next months DVD and are in a contract, so you are getting BS information written by any old guy, and he is majorly profiting.
I feel like all motivational people are now just in it as they are profiting from people who will pay? and I think "What do they even know...They made the millions from selling this idea"
What do you guys think?