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Thieves Get Trolled Hard

In life and business, there’s always going to be ups and downs. It’s inevitable. Not much you can do about it.

Or is there?

I’m a firm believer that it’s not what happens to you that matters, but how you react to such events.

When you’re a popular online personality you become a wide open target for haters, trolls and all kinds of weirdness. And for many, this can be too much to stomach

However, for every hater or troll, you always have the option of how you respond. Keep in mind, this response can often be a glorious opportunity for you to shine instead of lowering yourself to the bowels of these haters. It’s a perfect chance for the public to see how you are going to rebound after whatever attacks come your way.

I’ve always welcomed trolls because I’ve leveraged their idiocy into traffic and sales while galvanizing my audience at the same time. Thanks trolls.

There’s almost always an opportunity to turn lemons into lemonade.

Case in point…

Frijoles & Frescas Grilled Taco shop was recently robbed in the middle of the night.

At first glance, this would seem like a horrible evening. But these store owners reacted in a brilliant fashion. Check out this YouTube video and how they turned the robbery into a epic PR stunt for their tacos…

Let’s face it, the insurance company is probably going to take care of the losses. But the owners of this taco shop were opportunistic thinkers and instead of being a victim of this crime, they went on the offensive and used their creativity to create an incredible ad for their taco shop.

This video is just one example of how to turn a miserable experience into a positive one. With an open mind, you may be able to take any bad luck you’ve been having and turn it into catalyst for something great.

Keep that noggin open!

Aloha,

Jason “Profit” Moffatt

PS: Pro-Tip – If you’re ever in San Diego and jonesing for a burrito at 2:00 am after strolling home from the bar, be careful eating at any joint called Roberto’s. In the morning, you’ll discover why locals call it Regrettos.

It’s definitely not worth robbing, let alone paying $10.

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Jason Moffatt is a former private detective turned internet marketer who uses his skills of keen observation and deductive reasoning to pinpoint the most reliable paths to success online. He’s passionate about helping entrepreneurs, health practitioners & those in the personal development space. Jason believes we’re all a work in progress and that each day presents an opportunity to be a little better than the last.

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