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Are motivational speakers frauds?
Motivational speakers are frauds.
Motivational speakers give a sense of false hope to their audience.
Their advice is often vague, offering no real plan of action or program that will map out their journey to success.
If they were able to produce the claims advertised everyone would have great results, yet this is not the case.
Motivational speakers have many people that would testify that what they are doing works.
The difference these speakers make is to motivate people to help themselves. The benefits then come from self-help that follows.
There are people that have been in the industry for decades. If they were frauds, the government would have shut them down or fined them for misleading the public.
Their success is personal, and therefore hard to duplicate the results as everyone has different skill sets and ambitions.
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