The “flock” is a term I came across as a young man in college. It’s a self-perpetuating business that is run by a flock of people who know each other well. This type of business is not a pyramid scheme—it doesn’t require high stakes or high returns for the flock members. The flock members are motivated by their own self-interest and don’t require their flock members to do anything for them.
The flock is not a pyramid scheme and has no requirement that you make any money or pay anyone to join. It is a cooperative effort between the flock members and the members of the business. The business will take in whatever it needs to survive and then distribute that need to the members of the flock. The flock members are motivated to make the business successful and are incentivized to do so by the success of their flock members.
So if you think your flock can pay for everything you need to survive, you are a fool and a fraud. If you think you can work your flock members into a profitable venture, you are also a fool and a fraud. The flock is a business with no capital requirement and no employees. The business is run by the flock members and they have no need for the business to be profitable.
The flock is a means to an end, not a capital expense. The flock members have no need to work their flock members to make the business successful. If you think that you can do it, great, you’re a fool and a fraud. If you think you can work your flock members to make the business successful, you’re a fool and a fraud. So if you think that you can make the business successful, you are a fool and a fraud.
I just wanted to reiterate how important it is to be careful when approaching a flock member. Not all flock members want to do business with their flock members at all. They have to have a reason to do business with you. That’s why I say to be careful and make sure not to approach a flock member who has nothing to do with doing business with you.
The flock members who have nothing to do with doing business with you are likely the ones that you should avoid. If they ask you for money, youre a fool and a fraud. If they ask you to build a building, youre a fool and a fraud. If they ask you to do something illegal, you are a fool and a fraud.
As I mentioned in my last blog post, there are two kinds of flock members out there. The first is the ones that don’t care what happens to you. These are people like Colt, who has absolutely no interest in you or your business. The second are the ones that care about you. These are the ones that are trying to make sure you make money off of them.
For this reason, I believe the key to success is to treat your flock members like people. You have to treat them as people because they are all people. You have to treat them as people because they know that they are people, and they have an inherent right to your money. If you dont, and they are harmed or killed, then you are a fool and a fraud. Just like with a real bank, you have to treat your flock people like you would treat them.
A flock member that is harmed in any way is at risk of being removed. You have to treat people like people. As with any other human, people can be harmed in many different ways, but you have to treat them with respect and dignity. I’m sure you’ve heard about the “stolen” sheep that were sent to slaughter by the people they were intended to serve; they were treated like rubbish even though they were valuable members of the flock.
A flock member’s safety is very important to you, and you should always try to treat that person with respect. If you treat them like garbage, they will become disrespectful of you. When you treat your flock members like garbage, you are essentially stealing from them. If they feel like theyre being stolen from, they will become more afraid of you and will start to act out.