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How to Use Stealing Legally and to Your Advantage

Dennis Gac
 


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I'm a huge believer in creative theft. Frankly some of the “best" ideas are stolen and the older I get the less interested I am in blazing a new path. Pioneers come home full of arrows. I'm not interested in getting killed in the court room; I'm only interested in the stuff I know has been proven to work.

But I get to do something you don't get to do. Over the last 19 years, I've worked with clients in 5 different countries and in every State in the Union. So for you today is a weird day because you're in a position legally that you've never been in before and it's an emotional meat grinder! You don't know what to think, what to feel, and who to talk to about it. But whether you realize it or not, you belong to a nationwide fraternity of Fathers who have already “plowed" the way for you. They've already found success, tried the new techniques, taken the bumps and bruises and found the appropriate winning actions for you.

All great advancements come from outside the box, not inside the box. As a Father's Rights consultant, I get to work with Father A in a given State. And because everybody's mostly closed minded, while I'm working with him I notice something that's phenomenally effective. Hardly anybody in another area is doing it because there is no communication between areas, but they could be doing it and this new technique could be very effective. I borrow it from case to case, county to county, state to state and I take it to another Father in another area entirely so they can benefit from my experience. I call this the Mirroring Principle which is basically copying or stealing what works. The advantage I have and that you don't is that I see a multiplicity of cases on a day to day basis. You don't!

Success breeds success and the way you gain success is to copy people that know what they're doing and have succeeded before.

From a Father's Rights perspective this means getting to know all of the players in your case. Not personally, necessarily, but know them well enough to know what they want from you in order for them to give you what you want. I see myself as almost like a bee, dropping off and picking up bits of information here and there that are to your benefit; making everyone know what the other players are doing dependent upon what's the most advantageous to your case at the time. Steal the success of others by patterning yourself after them and you will become the next model of success.

Dennis Gac is widely known as “The World's #1 Fathers Rights Consultant!" But what do you care? Well, if you rush over to his site. . . I think you'll come to your own conclusion that he's the real deal when you see how much FREE (yet extremely valuable!) Fathers Rights Winning info he's giving away.

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E-mail dennis@fathershelphotline.com

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