Sometimes I wonder……..

…now that Americans spend 56 billion minutes a month on FaceBook, which is literally the process of moving all of ones fingers slightly up and down in order to connect…I wonder if anyone engaged in this behaviour will come to the end of life and say; ” I wish I would have moved my fingers up and down more.”

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The One Business Rule I Never Violate

If you want to avoid the pain of being cheated by others in business, always remember The Yarnell Law Of Core Values:

                  Never trust any man who’s wife can’t.
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Yarnell’s Law 632

In my humble opinion, one simple concept has allowed me to soar to heights of time freedom and  financial satisfaction that I really never considered possible in my youth. If I could wave a magic wand and place this one simple reality in the brain of every human being, I would do so and alter the entire human race for the better. I hope I have your attention because what I’m about to share with you has allowed me to live the last 28 years in absolute joy and serenity. It’s 6 simple words, followed by 3 simple words, followed by 2………..hence the meaning of Law 632……..

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Something I’ve Learned……

Nothing in life causes more misery than the ticking time bomb of stability.

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Go Grab Your Share

By Mark Yarnell and Dr Charles King

Off your ass and into the street,

Out of the shade and into the heat,

Forget about Facebook, or email or tweets,

It’s only through hard work and focus we eat.

Blow off the texting, exit the screen,

Stop eating grease bombs and drinking caffeine,

Control all your urges to act like a teen,

Stop dressing like children who love Halloween.


Through effort there’s no goal you cannot attain,

It’s not your degrees or the size of your brain,

You’ll not win through beauty, no need to be vain,

Cling to your youth and you’ll wind up insane.


So get off the couch and out of the chair,

Wipe off the sour puss and drop the despair,

Knock off the whining, there’s wealth everywhere,

Just get off your ass and go grab your share.




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‘Sup W’ Dat? Part Four

EI (Epistemic Irrationality) Factor #3

The ability to serve as a television talk show celebrity or play in the NBA does not qualify an individual to land a fighter jet on an aircraft carrier or build a large organization in MLM.

 I don’t know what there is about MLM that causes rational adults to completely ignore the qualifications and experiences necessary to run a major corporation, but many people abandon all common sense when they decide to join a company.

Read this closely folks…tacit wisdom is not transferable. Either the owners of an MLM company have significant experience in the MLM profession or they don’t. Period. End of the story.

The fact that they are brilliant lawyers or quarterbacked a team that won the Super Bowl or perform as respected celebrities is of zero value when trying to manage an MLM company through hyper growth and international expansion.

Tacit wisdom is gained by significant repetitive execution of specific skills in a specific domain. Mediocre tennis pros can destroy world champion table tennis players on a tennis court.

We all understand that fact intellectually. So why do people join MLM organizations run by people whose successes have been in totally different fields of endeavor? I don’t know, but they do.

In the next blog, we’ll explore three more examples of Epistemic Irrationality.

Until then, may you only consider companies in which the leaders, products and owners have been fully researched. That’s a good start.


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‘Sup W’ Dat? – Part Three

EI (Epistemic Irrationality) Factor #2

Rational adults will generally fall into one of two categories when exposed to an MLM opportunity…either they decide to join a company and sell products with no proof of efficacy beyond absurd testimonials or they refuse to join a company and sell products with stacks of scientific validation until they can themselves “try the product.”

I’ve enjoyed this industry for 25 years and every day it feels more and more like I’ve fallen down Alice’s rabbit hole where everything is backwards and Mad Hatters rule.

I’ve met doctors who join companies that sell magic wands and diet candy and blue collar workers who refuse to join companies selling remarkable technology with hundreds of double blind scientific studies that prove product efficacy. One example should put this in perspective.

I showed a very respected scientist a product line in a ground floor MLM company in mid 2011 with over 90 published articles in scientific journals. In spite of the fact that she needed the product and certainly needed the money, the doctor declined.

A couple of months later, she insisted that I meet her for breakfast so she could talk to me about something critical. I met with her and her husband and after few social niceties she pulled out a small silver wand that looked like a Cross pen and asked the waiter to bring us a lemon.

She told me that her magic wand from a new MLM company would turn the lemon “sweet.” It didn’t and I haven’t heard from her since. Perhaps she thought I would pretend that the lemon tasted sweet. It simply didn’t.

So, remember this. Either the product has been studied scientifically and the results published in legitimate journals or it hasn’t. If it hasn’t, don’t risk your honor and credibility on a handful of biased testimonials.

By age 30, people should be long past the age of believing in magic wands, diet candy or therapeutic foo foo powder from distant countries. But they aren’t. ‘Sup W’ Dat?

Stay tuned for Part Four…

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