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Sharing Stunt

James Stunt shares advice on how to achieve success via his social media account and interacts with his followers by answering questions live


In a move that shows he’s quite the opposite of how the vicious Daily Mail wrongly and biasedly portrays him, James Stunt has recently decided to share his thoughts on art, business and philanthropy via his Instagram live feed.


Answering questions from followers to his increasingly popular @james_stunt29 account, the businessman is candidly honest and frank. Not afraid to discuss ideas also, Stunt’s willingness to interact shows him to be quite the opposite to others like Lady Mone – who instead uses her profile to inappropriately, given she’s a Member of the House of Lords, flog dodgy products such as cryptocurrency.


It is refreshing also – and though our editor, Matthew Steeples, may be perceived to be biased given his close friendship with the gentleman concerned – that someone with a profile is prepared to make videos without having a team of editors editing what is shared.


We urge readers to log in next time James Stunt goes live: Aside from being entertained, you might actually learn something.


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5 comments on “Sharing Stunt”

  1. That he is not doing it to sell products is most refreshing. Quite the opposite of Ferne McCann, Millie Mackintosh, Michelle Mone, etc.

  2. It’s a pity James doesn’t enter politics, it would be nice to see some fresh blood on the front bench. God knows we need it, the UK is slowly drowning down the toilet with the muppets we currently have running the country.

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