It is funny to me when I look at different people/organizations that want to connect with me on the different social media platforms. I see their names and their pictures and they are showing stacks of money, awesome looking vacation spots, great cars, big houses and anything else that makes it look like they have something. They want to give you advice on how to get the things that you see but they don't even have the things that you see. They want you to buy their services or products but there is nothing to back up whether or not it actually will work but one things is for sure... if you buy it or their services they will be one step closer to having the things that are on their social media feed.
Now don't get me wrong, everyone has to start somewhere but to say that you will go from nothing to living beyond your dreams in little time and little work is a little far fetched. It will take work and it will take time. I respect the ones who show you their journey and not just were they are now. I want to see the work you did and how you got to where you are. That will make me more willing to connect with you because I see how hard you worked.
One person that I truly respect their grind and where they are now is Kevin Hart. We see Kevin Hart where he is now but after reading his book I have a whole new level of respect for him and where he is.
So in summary, be careful who you follow and connect with. Everything is not set up for you to succeed but the person you are getting advice or products from. Make sure you know their grind.