Follow Lady Gaga and Go Blind!
I just read a post on how Circle Contact Lens are Both Illegal and Dangerous. It went on to read:
“In Lady Gaga’s music video for “Bad Romance,” viewers may remember how extra large and round her eyes looked. That was because they were digitally enhanced to be that way.
Gaga, who most likely took the look from anime cartoons, has encouraged this dangerous trend of special circle contact lenses — which are illegal in the U.S.
Because they are already illegal to sell, there is hardly any regulation to make sure the lenses are made safely and properly. The FDA has not approved the lens, which can be found on the Internet for $20 along with a video on YouTube with makeup artist Michelle Phan, who provides step-by-step instructions for usage. This video has over 9.5 million hits.
The way these different contacts work is “the colored contacts cover a portion of the whites of the eyes, making the pupils appear larger,” ABCNews.com reported.”
Looks like people are literally “blindly” following Lady Gaga! This got me thinking? How stupid can people be? They haphazardly follow celebrities without a glimmer of research? Even though I think Lady Gaga is a whack-job, it’s irrelevant because people will be lead like sheep.
They do this with their finances as well!
It’s kind of like the blind leading the blind. Why on earth do people take advice from other people who do not have the money game figure out? Advice from the rich uncle, yes I‘ll take it. Advice from the corporate CEO who just landed another blockbuster deal, yes please! Money Magazine, CNBC, other financial media and friends and family who are broke too?
NO THANK YOU!!!!
Sorry for yelling! It‘s just I am passionate about helping people learn how to become financially free. When we take advice from those who have not figured out the money game, it‘s like the blind leading the blind. If you were addicted to drugs would you take advice on how to get clean from someone currently using? Would you take advice on how to lose weight from someone twice as big as you? Not to be mean here, but you get my point! Follow those who have been where you are and found the way out! Now follow them! I say that loosely! Obviously make sure the share the same values, morals, and faith that you do.
Financial freedom takes hard work, a dedication to learning, and wise counsel from those who have already succeeded. In this chapter we will look at some of the top mistakes people make when looking for advice. The source of the advice is critical to your success!