You may have already seen this episode of Jerry Seinfeld’s program Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee on Netflix. The point is you cannot blame me for what was being said, only for repeating it.

In the episode with Eddie Murphy, you can hear Jerry talk about a topic that he cannot use on stage.

They were driving in Los Angeles and passing some tents of the “unsheltered” that most people call the “homeless.” Jerry commented that when you see two homeless people talking, one of them is probably giving advice to the other.

“Let me tell you what I think works,” would be said in the conversation.

When it comes to growing a business, creating wealth, and being philanthropic, who are you going to listen to?

Are you going to listen to the person who has done it, or the “fake it ‘til you make it” person?

I don’t know all the details behind the people who give financial advice. It was said that Al Lowery made more money selling courses on how to buy real estate than he made buying real estate. He filed for bankruptcy in 1987.

I remember when Wade Cook was touting buying stocks, and selling his Wall Street Money Machine books and courses. And in 2007 he was sentenced to seven years in prison for fraud.

Again, who do you want to listen to for financial advice? How about me?

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