A number of IT geeks and nerds have become millionaires with the help of the internet. We have a pretty general description of these people now.
They are usually the ones who go on about how rich they are and then promise that we could me like them if we just purchase whatever it is they’re selling. And we know better than to believe them.
The question that is left in our minds after we encounter pop ups selling something is whether they really contain valuable information or if they’re just repackaging different data that we already know to begin with.
Most people simply tell us things that we already know through common sense. But regardless of that, I had this irresistible urge to purchase a copy of the Rich Jerk.
I wasn’t so sure if it was because of the very ballsy and frank way that the Rich Jerk was written that made me really interested.
Or the fact that the writer of the e-book chose to be anonymous, but I read all the 41 pages.
After reading the book, I finally understood where all the mixed reviews were coming from. I have talked to different people who think that the book has actual positive contribution while a few others think that it is a complete waste of time.
But I think it all has something to do with perspective. The Rich Jerk offers some unconventional advice that beginners would find appalling.
But the Rich Jerk actually has some pretty valuable information like how the long list of trusted sources that the author has compiled in page 31 of the e-book.
This backs strongly his claim that he’s a success in his craft because he wasn’t he wouldn’t be able to come up with a long list like that.
The Rich Jerk also offers different ways wherein one can prevent being scammed. This is wonderful for online entrepreneurs like us who deal with personalities that we don’t even know about.
The e-book teaches a way that people can know the real location of their correspondent since most scammers lie about where they really are.