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Tips for dealing with haters and bullies
Date: 31.10.18
We're going to talk about one of my least favorite subjects, haters. I don't like haters. And I'm one of the first people to say that. When I first came onto the world scene, it was on Facebook originally and YouTube. It was during that time where people, for whatever reason though, they could go to somebody else's Facebook and write all kinds of things on and get away with it. Here is this idea. Don't write something if you don't want to drop someone and say something about it now. Anything like I would write status and some will come and say well, I don't think you all would say. Well, I don't care, and I would attack him real hard. People would say why you don't have to act like that. And I never listen to them. I don't want to listen to them yesterday. I don't want to listen today or tomorrow.
 
I just did my own thing. Now, something interesting is going to happen. This one is on for a while. I just made a point that every time someone says something, I would attack them. But I did it. Then what happened over time is that reputation was built. People knew if you're going to say something to me. I'm going to say something to you, and I'm going to keep saying it to you again and again. But my power kept growing. That means more people listen to me. I have more followers than before then the haters became less. Now every once in a while, I get something. And again, I still go after them. I can't go out for every single person on YouTube. I don't even deal with them on Instagram.
 
He says I'm showing my Facebook. I'm going to come for you; because those are intimate things. More intimate to me. I control those a lot more on YouTube. Well, I don't. So the question arises, why am I doing this? First of all, you want to remain safe in your area, remember? Don't take my advice.
 
It is what it is, no problem. Outside of that, when it comes to why I think we should or why I attack these people, It's straightforward. Do you like being bullied? That's my question. Do you like being bullied? You want people to keep bullying you? Because I don't, I think it's wrong for people to intimidate people. I think it's wrong for beautiful people to happen to them. Now part of the reason why people do bully each other? It is because no one ever stood up to the bullying. If the bullying is on the way, then up to being a bully. Every time he tried to bully any person, that person would have to think that he's not going to get away with it. But the bullies get away with it all the time; because nobody ever stops them.
 
Well, my life is a little bit different. I'm living my life. I'm doing my thing without hurting anybody. Some people come to their talk show and talk again. It's just what it is, and it's like what are you going to do with talking loudly? Nobody is going to do anything with a check and block you. But the point is you're not going to be unscathed. My idea for haters is just like this: don't think of them as haters. See when you call them haters, they hide.
 
Let me give you another word for a hater. Are you ready? A bully? Try that one on for size. Try on a bully. You didn't have a hater on your Instagram or Facebook. You had a bully on your Instagram or Facebook. Somebody who wanted to bully you. Push you around. That's what a bully is. Push you around. Make their weight throw their weight around on you in your own Instagram and your life. They try to bully you. That's what a hater is. A hater is a bully. It's an undercover bully, don't you understand? And that's the reason why I treat him like that. I treat him like a bully Now. What's the first thing we should do?
 
That's the first thing every single person must always do. Whenever you deal with the haters, make sure everyone knows they're dealing with a hater. Because no one likes a hater. See, no one wants a hater. So what you don't do is you don't hide them. You don't protect them. You don't. All you do is you go to that dude or that girl whatever. This is what they're saying, and you then show it. The reason is that he or she may not show it as you may be embarrassed, because someone's talking to you, some women's acting up or something like that.
 
But if you're right, then you're right. See when we talk about a bully we're talking about somebody who is forcing themselves on another person who shouldn't be forced upon. We're not saying you're wrong and someone's correcting you. That's not a bully. That's like you need some work. We're talking about that it has nothing to do with the hater. They come, and they try to make you look like some wrong person. You're not right. Now, you guys. If you work in environments where there are other workers, like co-workers and employees and employers and things like that, it's the "I don't live in that world." I've been at my own business for last 20 years, but if you live in that world, and many of you do, then I want you to know that you allow the workplace to bully you. And let people get away with it, which I never understand. I don't get why you think it's okay for somebody else to be rude to you. Like where did that even come from? As like a concept that is acceptable for some random person to be rude to me. I'm not supposed to say anything minimally. Why are you being rude? Do you know you're rude?
 
There's another one. I did this at the bar. Some of you heard the story. I was eating at this local mall, that I know well, talking to these people and I look across. There were men. They're in there intensely staring at me both of them. So I see and I kind of Nod. Turn back around keep talking, and I can tell the girl I'm talking to. She's not looking at them. And I said don't worry about them. So looking is fine and then I kept talking. Then I casually turned and those who are still staring at me hard. So I said in my mind maybe they didn't get it the first time. So I go like this without a doubt. Hand up in the air kind of a move. Like hey, and they both keep looking at me. They don't even throw up their hand. So now it's a little awkward. In fact, at this point, other people next to me seem to be noticing that something is not right.
 
It's something. So turn back around to try to talk, and I look back. And they're still doing this. I said, excuse me! And then the girl goes. The lady goes. I know you I recognize you like that. And I said, okay, I'll go now. This guy and the girl. I said, do you know that you're rude or not? And they didn't say anything. I said, do you know you're offensive as it because now I've looked at you twice, and you guys are still staring. I try to wait till you try to be friendly. I said now you're rude. First, I want to know are you doing this on purpose or not? Just like that. The guy was like, oh no, she recognizes you. "Whatever," I said, that's beside the point. You're rude now. "It's starting to affect everybody here," I said. So if you don't know you're rude, then you're rude. It's time to stop staring right now or ask a question. If you're rude on purpose, then tell me you are being rude on purpose; because we're going to treat this differently.
 
They didn't even say anything, honestly. They just kind of like looked away, and I looked a little bit longer. And I went back, and I kept talking. Then the first thing that you can do if you don't want to be too confrontational, but I'm going to give you some techniques. I have my mentorship program. The first thing you want to do, if you don't want to be rude yourself and you want to keep it calm, is you can ask them. You can say to them: are you being rude right now? That's an excellent question to ask. How you deliver that communication will also make a difference. But I'm not here to coach you. That's a mentorship. All you need to know right now is just a set of words. I can give you like a spell. There's a set of words. You can get used to taking someone's aggression verbally, mentally and emotionally, and do something with it transmute change. The energy that's we start with some basic. It's a basic Shield.
 
Basically. It's a shield, and it turns into a sword if you go into it. It's what I call "Sacred Syntax Over" and talk about it. They're taught. They do whatever they do, or they said whatever they say, and you just return to your work. You're at home. Wherever you are. You just turned to him.
 
And you say are you intentionally being rude? Do you know you're rude? No, like this is a genuine question. I'm asking you because sometimes you don't know you're rude. It's happening to me sometimes. They do so. Then they come back with a regular answer that would sound like this. I'm not rude are you alright? I'm not rude. You're rude. Maybe that's what they say. And you think to yourself. What's next? So you started that in you. Go like this. Maybe you don't think you're being rude.
 
But it's coming to cause rudeness to me now. You're not complete in that sense of statement or not completing that statement. If you end there, you'll be an okay "Communicator." Maybe a good one. But I want to make you an expert Communicator. The best. Nobody is better than me. So you say this: well the way you're acting is coming across the route to me. Watch this and then here's the key point. You have to say what it was specifically that seems rude.

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Tips for dealing with haters and bullies
Date: 31.10.18
We're going to talk about one of my least favorite subjects, haters. I don't like haters. And I'm one of the first people to say that. When I first came onto the world scene, it was on Facebook originally and YouTube. It was during that time where people, for whatever reason though, they could go to somebody else's Facebook and write all kinds of things on and get away with it. Here is this idea. Don't write something if you don't want to drop someone and say something about it now. Anything like I would write status and some will come and say well, I don't think you all would say. Well, I don't care, and I would attack him real hard. People would say why you don't have to act like that. And I never listen to them. I don't want to listen to them yesterday. I don't want to listen today or tomorrow.
 
I just did my own thing. Now, something interesting is going to happen. This one is on for a while. I just made a point that every time someone says something, I would attack them. But I did it. Then what happened over time is that reputation was built. People knew if you're going to say something to me. I'm going to say something to you, and I'm going to keep saying it to you again and again. But my power kept growing. That means more people listen to me. I have more followers than before then the haters became less. Now every once in a while, I get something. And again, I still go after them. I can't go out for every single person on YouTube. I don't even deal with them on Instagram.
 
He says I'm showing my Facebook. I'm going to come for you; because those are intimate things. More intimate to me. I control those a lot more on YouTube. Well, I don't. So the question arises, why am I doing this? First of all, you want to remain safe in your area, remember? Don't take my advice.
 
It is what it is, no problem. Outside of that, when it comes to why I think we should or why I attack these people, It's straightforward. Do you like being bullied? That's my question. Do you like being bullied? You want people to keep bullying you? Because I don't, I think it's wrong for people to intimidate people. I think it's wrong for beautiful people to happen to them. Now part of the reason why people do bully each other? It is because no one ever stood up to the bullying. If the bullying is on the way, then up to being a bully. Every time he tried to bully any person, that person would have to think that he's not going to get away with it. But the bullies get away with it all the time; because nobody ever stops them.
 
Well, my life is a little bit different. I'm living my life. I'm doing my thing without hurting anybody. Some people come to their talk show and talk again. It's just what it is, and it's like what are you going to do with talking loudly? Nobody is going to do anything with a check and block you. But the point is you're not going to be unscathed. My idea for haters is just like this: don't think of them as haters. See when you call them haters, they hide.
 
Let me give you another word for a hater. Are you ready? A bully? Try that one on for size. Try on a bully. You didn't have a hater on your Instagram or Facebook. You had a bully on your Instagram or Facebook. Somebody who wanted to bully you. Push you around. That's what a bully is. Push you around. Make their weight throw their weight around on you in your own Instagram and your life. They try to bully you. That's what a hater is. A hater is a bully. It's an undercover bully, don't you understand? And that's the reason why I treat him like that. I treat him like a bully Now. What's the first thing we should do?
 
That's the first thing every single person must always do. Whenever you deal with the haters, make sure everyone knows they're dealing with a hater. Because no one likes a hater. See, no one wants a hater. So what you don't do is you don't hide them. You don't protect them. You don't. All you do is you go to that dude or that girl whatever. This is what they're saying, and you then show it. The reason is that he or she may not show it as you may be embarrassed, because someone's talking to you, some women's acting up or something like that.
 
But if you're right, then you're right. See when we talk about a bully we're talking about somebody who is forcing themselves on another person who shouldn't be forced upon. We're not saying you're wrong and someone's correcting you. That's not a bully. That's like you need some work. We're talking about that it has nothing to do with the hater. They come, and they try to make you look like some wrong person. You're not right. Now, you guys. If you work in environments where there are other workers, like co-workers and employees and employers and things like that, it's the "I don't live in that world." I've been at my own business for last 20 years, but if you live in that world, and many of you do, then I want you to know that you allow the workplace to bully you. And let people get away with it, which I never understand. I don't get why you think it's okay for somebody else to be rude to you. Like where did that even come from? As like a concept that is acceptable for some random person to be rude to me. I'm not supposed to say anything minimally. Why are you being rude? Do you know you're rude?
 
There's another one. I did this at the bar. Some of you heard the story. I was eating at this local mall, that I know well, talking to these people and I look across. There were men. They're in there intensely staring at me both of them. So I see and I kind of Nod. Turn back around keep talking, and I can tell the girl I'm talking to. She's not looking at them. And I said don't worry about them. So looking is fine and then I kept talking. Then I casually turned and those who are still staring at me hard. So I said in my mind maybe they didn't get it the first time. So I go like this without a doubt. Hand up in the air kind of a move. Like hey, and they both keep looking at me. They don't even throw up their hand. So now it's a little awkward. In fact, at this point, other people next to me seem to be noticing that something is not right.
 
It's something. So turn back around to try to talk, and I look back. And they're still doing this. I said, excuse me! And then the girl goes. The lady goes. I know you I recognize you like that. And I said, okay, I'll go now. This guy and the girl. I said, do you know that you're rude or not? And they didn't say anything. I said, do you know you're offensive as it because now I've looked at you twice, and you guys are still staring. I try to wait till you try to be friendly. I said now you're rude. First, I want to know are you doing this on purpose or not? Just like that. The guy was like, oh no, she recognizes you. "Whatever," I said, that's beside the point. You're rude now. "It's starting to affect everybody here," I said. So if you don't know you're rude, then you're rude. It's time to stop staring right now or ask a question. If you're rude on purpose, then tell me you are being rude on purpose; because we're going to treat this differently.
 
They didn't even say anything, honestly. They just kind of like looked away, and I looked a little bit longer. And I went back, and I kept talking. Then the first thing that you can do if you don't want to be too confrontational, but I'm going to give you some techniques. I have my mentorship program. The first thing you want to do, if you don't want to be rude yourself and you want to keep it calm, is you can ask them. You can say to them: are you being rude right now? That's an excellent question to ask. How you deliver that communication will also make a difference. But I'm not here to coach you. That's a mentorship. All you need to know right now is just a set of words. I can give you like a spell. There's a set of words. You can get used to taking someone's aggression verbally, mentally and emotionally, and do something with it transmute change. The energy that's we start with some basic. It's a basic Shield.
 
Basically. It's a shield, and it turns into a sword if you go into it. It's what I call "Sacred Syntax Over" and talk about it. They're taught. They do whatever they do, or they said whatever they say, and you just return to your work. You're at home. Wherever you are. You just turned to him.
 
And you say are you intentionally being rude? Do you know you're rude? No, like this is a genuine question. I'm asking you because sometimes you don't know you're rude. It's happening to me sometimes. They do so. Then they come back with a regular answer that would sound like this. I'm not rude are you alright? I'm not rude. You're rude. Maybe that's what they say. And you think to yourself. What's next? So you started that in you. Go like this. Maybe you don't think you're being rude.
 
But it's coming to cause rudeness to me now. You're not complete in that sense of statement or not completing that statement. If you end there, you'll be an okay "Communicator." Maybe a good one. But I want to make you an expert Communicator. The best. Nobody is better than me. So you say this: well the way you're acting is coming across the route to me. Watch this and then here's the key point. You have to say what it was specifically that seems rude.

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