They may be a pain, but they are someone else's referral
One thing I have noticed this week is that people have been pointing out to me that so-and-so is also is not looking at the training and they just asking random questions.
I totally agree that some people can be a pain and yes they not listen to you and just rambling on and not knuckling down to getting the training done.
You never know where somebody else's in their journey. You don't know what point there are and where they want to go. What you do know is that every one of these people who are starter members are potentially somebody's referral.
If there questions no matter how inane are handled incorrectly then it is possible that they will not go on to be a premium member.I know that if they were my referral I would want to treat them with respect. Everybody else's referral deserves that without judgement.
Some people are frightened about joining a community and I just testing the waters to see if they can validate their own opinion of whether this site is real or not. Maybe they're validating whether or not you can make money online. Maybe there's a hundred other reasons why the rate they are asking a question
Another thing I have noticed in question time is people (again multiple people) who don't tell the complete truth when answering a question. I'm not saying or criticising the shortened version. I am pointing out the times when people say things that is absolutely incorrect.
There is probably two schools of thought on this. I would very much appreciate your comments on both points. My view is that lying to people doesn't help in the short term or the long term. What do you think?