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How to make everyone HAPPY

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld recently won a CLIO Award.

It’s a prestigious award given out to those in the world
of advertising, which is where Seinfeld got his start.

In his brief Thank You speech, he lays down some
SERIOUS insights into the psyche of a buyer.

He starts off by saying that he loves advertising
because he loves lying. (He’s only half serious
here, remember, he’s a comedian!)

What he’s really saying here and goes on to say is
that in advertising, everything is sold as the way
you WISH it was.

And that people like that.

It’s the ‘feeling’ people get that they love so much.

It’s the feeling they get between the gap of seeing the
advertisement and owning the thing they’re about to
buy that makes them feel so happy.

That’s ALL that 90% of people want.

“”Tell me it’s great, I don’t have to be happy all the time,
just give me this brief moment of happiness.”

That’s where most people are, whether they realize it
or not.

And if YOU realize this, it can totally transform your
marketing and business.

**Cough** Give people what they want! **Cough**

Paint the picture of what’s possible (It really is if they
take action), make them overjoyed, give them the
amazing feeling of the purchase.

And as Seinfeld revealed. This alone will make 90% of
your customers and list happy.

(This is also by the way why you see serial buyers,
they buy how-to products day in and out for the
feeling, the experience of “what’s possible”. It’s
like crack to them.)

But, what if we could take it a step further than that?

What if we could actually deliver on the experience?

Now, only a set percentage of the market will stand
up and use what you give them, whether it be an
info-product or a set of P90X workouts, etc…

But that’s not your fault. You want to simply help those
that WANT to change their lives.

You want to give them that HAPPY experience when
they buy, after they buy, and for years to come.

That’s how you create a 6-7 figure business, and it’s
how you have wonderful friendships…

…And, it’s how you change lives, yes, even yours.

You just don’t give them the happy feeling of buying.
You support, guide, and deliver on what you say.

Crazy thought, huh…?

If you need a system and WORLD to do this in,
then watch this brief presentation and decide to
get started as soon as you possibly can.

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Here’s to being happy, happy, happy! 😉

Best,

KUFRE OSOH – +2348035457223

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PONMO, TOO DANDEROUS TO BE EATEN

Dr Isuwa Adamu, Director-General, Nigerian Institute of Leather Science and Technology (NILEST), Zaria, on Tuesday warned against the consumption of animal hides and skin known locally as “ponmo”.

Adamu told NAN in Abuja that the consumption of the product as meat substitute was dangerous to health. According to him, scientifically, ponmo does not have any nutritional value to human health.
“In fact, it is not advisable for you to consume ponmo in the sense that some of the animals killed and used for ponmo actually have skin diseases.
“Some of these skin diseases are such that boiling them ordinarily, may not kill the bacteria,” Adamu said.
He added that some of the animals killed had been ill and undergoing injections but the rearers went ahead to kill them, leaving the buyers vulnerable to chemicals in the animal skin.
“Some of the animals because of the ailments that they have gone through, are sometimes treated by way of injection with chemicals.
“People don’t allow these chemicals to complete its cycle and be removed from the body; they sometimes go ahead to kill these animals.
“So, if you consume the ponmo, the tendency is that you are consuming the chemicals directly because the skin part of the animal retains most of the harmful substances.
“Remember your skin is the major protective organ of your body and your skin harbours so many of the harmful things that are supposed to penetrate into your body,” he explained.
He added that the skin of animals harbour so many of the harmful waste materials that the body secretes and boiling only could not remove some of those wastes.
The NILEST boss said the institute was putting up efforts to sensitise the public and advise governments on policies that will help to reduce the consumption of animal skin to the barest minimum.
According to him, ponmo consumption is a national and traditional issue that just putting up laws may not really help to stop it.
Adamu advised the government to come up with policies that could be enforced to reduce the consumption of hides and skin as meat substitute.
He added that this would enhance the quality and quantity of raw hides and skin that are available to meet the demands of the tanneries.

What is Ponmo?

Ponmo is cow skin that has been processed for consumers to cook and eat like beef. The production process of ponmo begins with the slaughtering of the cattle. Afterwards, a process known as flaying (removal of the hides and skin) is then carried out.

Ponmo is a great delicacy and an important ingredient in the preparation of several stews in various cultures in Nigeria. For example, it is a core component in Edikaikong and efo riro.

For several years, ponmo has been a delicacy; however, its continual existence may be threatened by the Federal Government’s plan to place a ban on the sale and widespread consumption of the product.