I will admit, this video – being an hour in length – is really long. It’s a fairly raw recording, more of a ‘stream of consciousness’ as we watch together an excerpt of the “Preparing for your Interview” video. In it, I explain all of the psychology that is deeply embedded in everything she says. How Angela Lauria builds your mind up to accept the outrageous price she charges.
I also provide some additional fact checking about her claims. Such as she has no PhD in Communications, because the University doesn’t offer anything like that. There’s no dissertation by her on any of the journals. That’s because she never wrote a dissertation, because there is no PhD. And a 45 year old wouldn’t discuss their dissertation after 15 years anyway. There’s no such thing as a “Publishing Coach” from the IICS. How she copies the exact Ponzi scheme structure from Life Coaching circles. How TheAuthorIncubator.com isn’t a website about publishing a book, it’s an alter unto her by her. The lack of consistency – stating she has 10 years in the industry, then saying over 20 years 2 paragraphs further. He incorrect use of the FTC disclaimer, her dodgy ‘Philosophy’ that isn’t.
I made and stopped almost a dozen recordings. I wanted to hit around 15 minutes, but with a subject like this, it’s difficult. Her writing is so poor and inconsistent, and there are so many red flags about her. Why would a website that supposedly there to help you feature a heavily edited photo of her? Why does she make sure every page has a note about her being a doctor? Easy: I posit she has Narcissistic Personality Disorder, most likely the subtype of “Fanatic Narcissist”. It’s long, but interesting. I intend to make shorter videos in the future. Perhaps 1 or 2 pages of her website at a time. Anything specific you’d like to know, or if something rubs you wrong about her and you’re not sure why, just ask.
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You would know this if you had any education in publishing, but I have to tell you because you don’t.
So, how do I do this? I’ll answer under the video.
It’s actually interesting how I do this. While I’ve had a lot of formal study in crisis management and the psychology of several disciplines, the real reason why I can point this stuff out is because of I have a super power.
Ok, it’s really not a super power, it’s actually a dysfunction with one of my dopamingeric pathways – the one responsible for executive functions. Executive functions cover a wide range of subjects, but can most easily be summed up as it is the area where we learn things.
My specific problem is my mind bypasses what they call ‘working memory’. Working memory is where you store new information before it’s categorized and its importance is defined. So for me, I can’t figure out importance or category – it all either goes into short-term memory, long-term memory, or I subconsciously repeat it over and over.
So I retain entire situations in stunning detail. So for Angela, everything she has written that I’ve read, or recorded that I watched, all goes into an area of my brain. Take some training in psychology, sociology and a lot of personal study into how con artists work, and there you go. The brain is exceptional at finding patterns, or noticing the lack there of. Most psychological disorders have a clear and concise criteria that identifies the behavior for a given disease. When I have enough data in my brain, there’s a moment of alacrity. Then I write it down.
It’s why I always try to choose a positive response in most scenarios; it’s the choice that least negatively impacts my surroundings, which is good if I don’t know why someone did something. Like cut me off in traffic. Try it.