Infomercials that offer get rich schemes are nothing new. From no-money down real estate to getting rich off tiny little classifieds it is inspiring to see quadriplegic ex-truck drivers bringing home gobs of cash and everyday housewives sporting boob jobs in the Bahamas.
For sure, the economically challenged and/or recently unemployed may be tempted to buy the turn-key this and the fool-proof that. And, why not
But if you really want to live the good life, staying at home, lolling around in your PJs, and earn $110k - $175k guaranteed
first year -- part time and risk-free, Mama!
-- then, damn, recruiting is for YOU!
Now, I don't know much about Brock Goldstein
and I certainly wouldn't want to jump to conclusions about his particular brand of headhunting
but I have to wonder: if any moron can become a big-biller over night, why can't I?