Lifestyle Design International is set up by two entrepreneurs to help coach other people who aspire to work from home running their own business. What’s unclear based on LDI reviews is whether the company actually offers you a complete business opportunity. They don’t have to offer a business to you in order to be legitimate, but it seems as though they make it sound like they do.
In other words, at the very least, the company needs to be more straightforward. If they want to help coach business professionals who work from home and have their own business ideas already, that’s great. The LDI reviews, however, make the company appear very shallow. The reviews are full of fluff and don’t provide a clear set of expectations.
The Lifestyle Design International business concept seems to be more about selling the idea of working from home. It is worded in a way that gullible and naive people might sign up thinking that a real business opportunity is attached. What’s really strange, too, is all the company would have to do is name some legitimate work from home opportunities and be a little more direct.
It appears though that LDI is more interested in grabbing the people that still answer the stuffing envelopes ads after the third time around. Seriously, some people never seem to learn when it comes to fluff marketing that has no real meat. If those classes offered by LDI have good meat, then the company needs to be much more clear and professional about what it is they are doing.
Who in the world is going to read a bunch of feel-good fluff and think they are going to land on a gold mine. I don’t know about you, but I work hard for a living, and I actually do run an online business. It didn’t develop by answering some fluffy feel good ad that promises you an easy and quick start to be your own boss without telling you how.