Looking forward to learning about…


The fine art of demonization and how it can ensure you come out on top

Understanding the ins and outs of:

ex·ploi·ta·tion [ek-sploi-tey-shuhn]

1. use or utilization, especially for profit

2. selfish utilization

3. Utilization of another person or group for selfish purposes

…and how it can change your life for the better and…

Learning how to:

Butter one’s bread on both sides

Feather one’s nest To look after one’s own interests; to accumulate creature comforts, money, or material possessions either through one’s own efforts or at the expense of others; to be completely selfish, totally unconcerned with the well-being of others.

Fish in troubled waters To take advantage of adversity, stress, or unrest for personal gain; to make the best of a bad situation. Fishermen often experience their greatest success when the water is rough. In its figurative use, the phrase implies that though things may be troubled on the surface, at a deeper level, the situation holds potential for gains.

Grist for the mill Any experience, fact, discovery, or object with potential for one ’s personal profit; a seemingly worthless item employed to one’s personal gain or benefit.

Make hay while the sun shines To make the most of an opportunity, to take full advantage of an occasion for profit, to be opportunistic.

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