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Hey Guys—



As you guys know, I am a huge fan of the show American Greed,

narrated by the venerable Stacy Keach. He’s a great narrator,
the perfect complement to all the scams, scoundrels and suckers
revealed on the show.


While the show is entertaining in and of itself, it is also very

educational about the real world.  The more you watch it, the more
you see the patterns in the con men, and the more you realize the
world is not full of people who just want to do good.


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Neither is it full of people who just want to do bad—it is full

of both, of course, and I think the show does an excellent job
portraying that.  It captures the full range of human nature,
especially the desire to show off.


Most of the con men don’t quietly take their money and disappear

into the night.  They try to use to gain status, fame, admiration,
respect, and adoration, something they can’t gain on their own
without stealing.  And one of the ways they try to do this is by
associating themselves with celebrities.


Many people are awed by celebrity—athletes, movie stars, flamboyant

politicians, media personalities, etc.  They assign them out-sized
super powers, and rub up against them, hoping others will assign
them some of their celebrity.


I have never been awed by celebrity, and have found most people who

do pathetic.  Celebrities are like anyone else—some good, some bad,
some hard working, others lazy, etc.  But they have no super powers.


About 5 years ago, a friend invited me to a party full of celebrities.  

It was in Hollywood, at a place right next to the Capitol Records
building, and it was a great time.  I sat in the audience section
with a good friend, content to drink so-so bourbon and tell funny
stories. Someone let it slip that I was a “marketing guy,” and the
next thing I knew, I was talking to a pair of cute twins from
Australia about marketing.


Turns out they were Prince’s backup dancers (you can see them in

any video of his), and while they worked hard and were celebrities,
they didn’t make that much money—and so they wanted to know about
marketing.  I gave them a list of books to read, treated them like
anyone else, and warned them that if they wanted results, they had
to spend time reading, studying, taking action, and immersing
themselves in direct marketing.  I actually kept in touch with
them for a bit, and they did read a few books, but I don’t know if
they ever got serious.


To me they weren’t any different than anyone else who wanted to

increase their income, and I certainly didn’t treat them differently.  
And I’d apply the same rule to any other celebrity, just treating
them like a person.


Knowing how to create celebrity, I’d advise you to do the same,

even with local celebrities or celebrities within your industry.  
I’d also advise you to steer well clear of those people who are
awed by celebrity because they usually don’t have enough sense to
understand they are merely other people.


Celebrity is a fine thing to create, and a fine thing to be, but

it is never something to be awed by. Many celebrities truly
appreciate someone who just treats them like another person without
kissing their ass.  But people who are awed by celebrity are the
ones to stay away from.  They’ll cause you trouble every single
time, even if they don’t mean to.


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On with the fun…



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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