Do you really think that every word said by an internet guru is gold?
It is not.
I’m not meaning they are liars. The point is… they simply don’t know if what worked for them will certainly work for you as well.
Or even better: the can’t know.
They can’t know if that tecnique that worked for them will work for you.
They can’t know if that product that they use is a good fit for you.
They can’t know if you will be persistent like they are persistent.
They can’t know if your commitment is as strong as theirs.
They can’t know if your spouse is motivating you or holding you.
They can’t know…
…and the list goes on.
So, they know what they’re doing, they know what they did to achieve their current status, but they can’t know for sure if you will be able to duplicate it.
Take a Math teacher.
When he was a student, he did a lot of execises, and studied many hours, and maybe he also had a natural inclination toward numbers and formulas.
Eventually he became so good in Math, that he ended up teaching it.
Now, imagine he holds a cycle of lessons over an academic session, to a class of 25 students.
Few of them will understand and will become as good as he is. Or even better than him. Others will be average. Others won’t understand absolutely anything. But the lessons they were exposed to were exactly the same: same teacher, same lessons, same content, everything was equal.
What makes the difference?
The approach of each individual: how many hours of study, how many exercises, natural inclination, love for the matter, etc.
Back to business:
if gurus can’t really guarantee anything, how can you decide what gurus worth your attention, what systems worth your commitment, what products worth your investment?