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Your Autograph VS. Your Signature.

If I'm a wo/man, I write my autobiography, which is the story of my life. I go to the bookstore and sell it, and people line up to buy my book. Do I put my signature on it or my autograph?

A wo/man signs his autograph, and he does it on the right side of the paper, which is a paper he/she created.

A signatory goes on the right side of the paper.

Have you seen how Donald Trump signs executive orders? A trustee signs in the middle of the paper. He's the trustee of the United States.

A signatory signs in blue or black ink. A man signs in red. A trustee, having fiduciary responsibility, signs in purple.

We've never been taught the true law, that there are three jurisdictions or three places per signature. There should be three seals. Do you have your own seal for each of your jurisdictions? Then you're not free.

So if you have all your superior titles in hand and stand firmly upon your rights, there's nothing for him to adjudicate. So he takes his judge hat off and puts on his Mr. Administrator hat. Now he wants to see if you have your business affairs in order. He wants to see contracts. He's looking in the jurisdiction of the water.

Let me share an example.

Michael Jordan signed a five-year contract with Nike for $1 million a year so that they could use his name. We should all be so lucky to get an offer like that.

During that time, a police officer couldn't even write Michael Jordan's name on a ticket without the prior express written permission of Nike or Michael Jordan.

They CAN regulate commerce, but they CAN'T interfere in it, so says Title 15 in the United States Code. Because it says any documents they used your trademarked name on must be destroyed.

So that ticket goes through a paper shredder which is why you want to trademark your all-caps name.

My blogs are taken from chapters in the book to showcase what you can learn in the book.

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