Jun 3, 2021
You might think a lie is a statement. That's not true. But that's really not sufficient. Because if a little kid says, "Mom, did you know that the moon is made of blue cheese?" Well, that's hardly a lie. And yet, it's something that's not true. Today Raymond gives his definition of a lie - it is a statement that's true or false. This is the definition of a lie, a statement that is true or false, that is intended to hurt, intended to injure. Here we talk about the three levels of misrepresentation: fraudulent, negligent, and innocent.
Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of 10 best-selling books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love and the co-author of New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul and author of the Canadian best-seller, Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul.