Posted February 17, 2016 by bizadmin in Momentary Brilliance

Beware The “Credentialed” 18 Year Old Wanting to Play Dr on Your Biz

A lab coat and some fake credentials do not a Dr make.

In Florida, an 18 year old boy was arrested after giving physical exams and medical advice to people.

He had opened his own “holistic medical clinic” and even gave himself made up credentials.

Of course he gave himself a Ph.D., but nobody’s quite sure what “HHP-C” and an “AMP-C” stand for.

This wasn’t the first time he’d been caught either.

About a year earlier, he was caught pretending to be a Dr in a hospital as he peeked in on gynecology exams.

Apparently he kept a number of different lab coats in his car, depending on the costume he needed at the time.

Sounds like a creepier version of the movie “Catch Me if You Can” with Leonardo Dicaprio.

Same thing holds true with all the self-proclaimed biz dev experts out there.

How many of them have actually spent time working ON or IN a business?

Or did they just whip up some cool sounding credentials to borrow some authority?

The solutions we offer are based on our years of experience of what ACTUALLY works in the real world.

Or, you can believe some 18 year old playing Dr, prescribing whatever comes to mind for your biz.

Here’s to using REAL solutions based on years of experience,

Matt Hardy
BizDevShots Podcast