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Brotherhood Read: The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing

It didn’t feel right to just share The 22 Immutable Laws of Branding without sharing the 22 Laws of Marketing. So here they are:

  1. The Law of Leadership
  2. The Law of the Category
  3. The Law of the Mind
  4. The Law of Perception
  5. The Law of Focus
  6. The Law of Exclusivity
  7. The Law of the Ladder
  8. The Law of Duality
  9. The Law of the Opposite
  10. The Law of Division
  11. The Law of Perspective
  12. The Law of Line Extension
  13. The Law of Sacrifice
  14. The Law of Attributes
  15. The Law of Candor
  16. The Law of Singularity
  17. The Law of Unpredictability
  18. The Law of Success
  19. The Law of Failure
  20. The Law of Hype
  21. The Law of Acceleration
  22. The Law of Resources

What’s Love Got To Do With It

No Romance

Finance, cash, gold, cheddar, paper, money or what ever you want to call it, most women will not deal with a man who doesn’t or feel that doesn’t have it. A woman basically uses a man for money and most men accept this, afterall they are providers. If a man is the provider then that makes women the supporters. But a lot of women hardly support, they want to see the incentive first. Instead of the incentive being the character of a man and the love of a man this gets overlooked for something more touchable, money.

So long as a man can and has the capbility to provide (assuming or not that she deserves it and that he wants to) women will go for him. Sadly it is when a man has money that most women are willing to stay to do their very best in support to make their relationship work. A lot of women marry for the money not the man. The financial security is all that matters. Without that there is no support. Continue reading

The Rat Race

The rat race

Recession is still on-going and nobody really knows when wall street or whatever monetary system that governs it will be back in order. When it supposedly and ‘shockingly’ does stabilize (after the powers that be has had enough benefiting from it and gotten a large substantial amount to once again put everything in order to show that they did and can do something about it, thereforefore throwing people off plans and schemes) most of the world will still be back where they were, in the system struggling and still caught up in what is widely known as the ‘rat race’.

The rat race is a financial strategy implemented and perpertuated by business owners and the government, designed to keep the poor, poor and working and the rich, rich and wealthy from the poor folks work.

For example people get up everyday, most unhappy (like 95%), dragging feet to work, to work for somebody else, building up the owner of the business’s dreams of becoming wealthy. People do this to pay for rent or mortgage, phonebills, gas bills, electricity bills and any other bills that the government legalizes to keep us working. Some people will do overtime and try to climb up the ladder hoping that the situation will change, it doesn’t.

People soon find that the higher they climb, the more work it entails. Personal and social time is sacrificed to do nothing but work in hope to bring in money which is deducted by a process called taxing. Nobody gets the full amount of their labour, the business owners and government will get the first dibs on your hard earn cash. Then again, you did apply and agree to work for them.

The rat race is like an hamster in a wheel, who tries and strives to get somewhere, motivated by food but gets nowhere. It gets nowhere, tiring itself out, till death. No matter how fast or how hard the hamster climbs, it stays stagnant, unable to fulfil its hope of touching let alone eating the food that it sees. A lot of us are like that, running and running, motivated by fear.

Fear of losing sight of the food clouds the the hamster’s ability to find another way. The hamster could use the wheel to climb to a certain point of the wheel and then propel itself by jumping forward. But filled with doubts the hamster will not see this and if it does, won’t take the risk, paralysed by fear that the plan won’t work. The hamster sticks to what it knows, it sticks to the comfort and cetainty of the wheel.

So long as people know that the job (the wheel) is available (turns) there is relief and willingness to stay in the job (wheel) with the satisfaction that at least money is coming in despite not getting the total amount they have worked for (taxtation). Most people seem rather content to go through a continous cycle as ‘slaves’ feeling sure and surrendering to control than feel liberated to risk following a passion or a dream.

Many men exercise this same strategy in chasing women and get no where financially. They fall into a trap controlled and motivated by lust, wasting creative time to be all they can be. A woman only has as much power that the man gives her or allows just like a business owner who is really dependant on a worker for his or her fiancial freedom. A job is not a bad thing or a wasted experience so long as it is used to serve a mission and creation. Liking women is not a bad thing so long as you have taken care of business first.

Then there is still the required assessment and observation of getting with a woman who will surely bring more to the table than just looks and love. Love can only be stengthened with action and reactions whilst doing everything to handle business for the supplement or growth of the relationship.

The only way to stop the stagnancy created by the wheel (job) is to release the nuts and bolts (decrease the amount of control a job has over your life) and use the wheel (the job) by sending it into motion, riding and controlling it to get everywhere. Robert Kiyosaki in his ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ series states directly and indirectly that as soon as someone can read cashflow, they will become aware of the magnitude and strategies of the enslavement and manipulation of rat race. They will be able to do something about it.


Come out of the rat race. You are not a hamster or a rat!

The Brotherhood of the Game are aware and doing the best we can to get out of the rat race. We are a business! A creation! Hopefully we can provide as much information as we can to help, inspire, encourage and empower you to do the same. Thank you for your support and elevating this movement so far.

Financial Game from Donald Trump

Donald Trump

Donald Trump admittedly and indirectly through his explanations and commentary of his business, has expressed some different and unheard of work ethics that some leaders don’t or won’t say (in my humble opinion). He believes in seeking revenge and letting someone know a thing or two about the wrong or mistake that they may have caused. This teaching is a different outlook and is against the norm.

Nevertheless, his attitude should not be despised, it can be summed up as him been a confronter, initiator and problem solver. There is a lot to learn and implement from Donald Trump, letting you know that he is not a billionaire for nothing.

Road to Wealth

Robert G Allen

Robert G Allen is the man that said:

“Send me to any city in America, take away my wallet, Give me $100 for living expenses and in 72 hours I will buy you an excellent property, all with none of my own money.”

The Los Angeles Times took him up on the challenge. They flew him to San Francisco with an L.A. times Reporter. In 57 hours he had purchased 7 properties worth $722,000. Today those assets are worth almost triple that amount.

This led him to writing the number one best seller ‘Multiple Streams of Internet Income: How Ordinary People make Extraordinary Money Online’. Its suffice to say that this very book is what started me off into many ventures in the internet. Robert G Allen can make $24, 000 easy in 24 hours just with the internet. In his book he gives you a step by step guide on how he does it along with many business links he tells you to check out. All the links that he puts down serves a purpose to making money, I suggest you check every link. Each link is created to more links and eventually you’ll come up with an idea (guarantee you).

Multiple Streams of Internet Income

For the next #1 best seller, he did the St. Louis Challenge. He said:

“Send me to any unemployment line. Let me select someone who is broke, out of work, discouraged. Let me teach him in two day’s time the secrets of wealth. And in 90 days he’ll be back on his feet, with $5,000 cash in the bank, never to set foot in an unemployment line again…”

He chose five of the poorest of the poor people, teaching them how to get rich by real estate in two days. His book ‘The Road to the Wealth’ is the result of this accomplishment.

Road to Wealth Book

Download Road To Wealth Ebook here:


The first book was on how to make money using the internet (great read, check it out), this second one is how to make money using Real Estate. The book puts everything in a story format, from how it all began, the lessons, step by step examples and calculations, till accomplishment. I suggest that everybody take time to understand all the calculations before they make any moves and to read this book slowly. There is no need to rush but every reason to understand the procedures taken to become an overnight success.

You may be asking if I have used the techniques and strategies of this book. The answer is no not yet, I’m a little stuck on some calculations and have made it a mission to look for a Dr or Professor in mathematics to go through the calculations and examples with me step by step (yes it is that serious, you’ll understand as you read and learn it). Another reason that I haven’t started to proceed stems from the fact that I don’t want my funding to come from the bank. Have been looking and thinking of places to go to partner with (again you’ll understand as you read it).

Anybody that does read it, do leave comments in the comment box as to the best places to go for business men.


Anybody that does read the book and wants to venture it together, cause believe me you’ll get hyped and excited about your new found gem of knowledge and will want to venture with somebody, you can get at me at chamberlandcreed@gmail.com. I am fully on board with this business man, Robert G Allen. But please make sure the mathematical parts and calculations are fully understood. Nothing can be done if we don’t get this part right. After that, Robert Allen’s step by step guide requires nothing but a few phone calls to gain Wealth.

Whatever you do, good luck!

Road To Wealth and other Robert G Allen Books

Billionaire Book List


1. The Elephant and the Dragon: The Rise of India and China and What It Means for All of Us by Robyn Meredith (2007)

2. When Markets Collide: Investment Strategies for the Age of Global Economic Change

3. The Price of Liberty: Paying for America’s Wars by Robert Hormats (2007)

4. The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century (2006)

5. Fooled By Randomness by Nassim Nicholas Taleb (2001)

6. The Intelligent Investor: A Book Of Practical Counsel by Benjamin Graham (1985)

7. Moneyball: The Art Of Winning An Unfair Game by Michael Lewis (2003)

8. Pioneering Portfolio Management: An Unconventional Approach To Institutional Investment by David F. Swensen (1995)

9. The Psychology Of Investing (Wiley Investment) by Richard A. Geist (1999)

10. A Random Walk Down Wall Street (7th Edition) by Burton G. Malkiel (2000)

11. Synchronicity: The Inner Path Of Leadership by Joseph Jaworski (1998)

12. When Genius Failed: The Rise And Fall Of Long-Term Capital Management by Roger Lowenstein (2000)

13. Hedge Fund Of Funds Investing: An Investors Guide by Joseph P. Nicholas (2004)

14. The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make A Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell (2000)

15. Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything by Stephen D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner (2005)

16. Blink: The Power Of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell (2005)

17. Paul Volker: The Making Of A Financial Legend by Joseph B. Treaster (2004)

18. The Wisdom Of Crowds: Why The Many Are Smarter Than The Few And How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economies, Societies And Nations (2005)

19. Unconventional Success: A Fundamental Approach to Personal Investment by David F. Swensen (2005)

20. The Prudent Investor’s Guide To Hedge Funds: Profiting From Uncertainty And Volatility by James Owen (2000)

21. Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk by Peter L. Bernstein (1996)

22. PIPEs: A Guide To Private Investments In Public Equity by Steven Dresner, Kim E. Kurt, Editors (2005)

23. DisneyWar: The Battle For The Magic Kingdom by James B. Stewart (2005)

24. Being Digital by Nicholas Negroponte (1995)

25. The Warburgs: The Twentieth-Century Odyssey Of A Remarkable Jewish Family by Ron Chernow (1994)

26. Titan: The Life Of John D. Rockefeller, Sr. by Ron Chernow (1998)

Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That The Poor & Middle Class Don’t by Robert T. Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter (1999)

The Mind Of Wall Street: A Legendary Financier On The Perils Of Greed And The Mysteries Of The Market by Leon Levy and Eugene Linden (2002)

29. The New New Thing: A Silicon Valley Story by Michael Lewis (1999)

30. The Lexus And The Olive Tree by Thomas L. Friedman (1999)

31. Investing In Hedge Funds by Joseph G. Nicholas (1999)

32. The House Of Morgan: An American Banking Dynasty And The Rise Of Modern Finance by Rone Chernow (1991)

33. The Emperors Of Chocolate: Inside The Secret World Of Hershey And And Mars by Joel Glenn Brenner (1999)

34. EBOYS: The First Inside Account Of Venture Capitalists At Work by Randall E. Stross (2000)

35. Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation: Beat The Market By Going Against The Crowd by David N. Dreman (1998)

36. Den of Thieves by James Stewart (1992)