CharlesAmith wrote:@Tony - Hype and lying are 2 different things for me
I agree with Tony, hype is just a form of lying, lying=exaggeration=lying
CharlesAmith wrote:Here's an example of system hype: "All you have to do is follow our system. It's proven to work!"
That's probably the truth, but what bugs me is how well does it work. Using a duplicatable system, you should be able to get some statistics.
CharlesAmith wrote:It's pretty obvious, but there's a lot of BS pushed to make somebody believe that they really do have a chance just by using a play of words. That's what I mean by hype...and that's the difference between hype and lying.
A good system is perfect, the x factor is the individual, if a person has the wrong mindset, no consistency, no persistence, no focus...the system will never work.
I have an example, we have a terrible weight problem in the US, the system to correct it is simple, eat less garbage, eat better, exercise at least 20 minutes a day 4-5 times a week, drink more water, learn to relax, sleep 7-8 hour, supplement with high quality nutrients, The system is perfect, it works on anybody who is relatively healthy, however, we still have more than 65% of the population overweight and growing, why? is it hype to say that the system works?