The dumbest reason to be popular

The dumbest reason to be popular

Having a rich social life has countless advantages.

It leads to better health – physical and mental. Surrounding yourself with vibrant, supportive people brings out the best in you. It works directly, as people like this make tough times easier and good times better.

And it works indirectly. Sharing a dinner with awesome people does something for us. On a deep level, it brings out something great in who we are.

It’s more fun. You end up with the choice for more. Find your tribe and there’ll always be someone who wants to hang out with you and do whatever.

Then there are strange network effects. The more people you know, the more strangers you can access. The next time you’re looking for a good freelance artist or potential soulmate, you can ask everyone you know and you’ll find an answer.

Because the best way to find something is through a referral from someone you trust. Ads make all sorts of claims, but when it comes from someone you know has your best interests at heart, you know they mean it.

And it works the other way, too.

More people will be willing to refer you.

Which brings me to the dumbest reason to be popular: it’s incredibly lucrative. Whether you sell your goods, your services or your time, knowing lots of people creates more opportunities for money in your pocket.

They’ll refer you to others.

Or they might even buy from you directly.

Now, I’m not saying money is a dumb thing to focus on. It unlocks so much more in your life. Providing for yourself and your family matters.

But compared to the other benefits, “getting rich” is a dumb reason to be popular.

Because as important providing is, it’s also important to be present, healthy and exciting – something long hours of the office can strip from us, and a good social network restores.

Anyway, why am I blabbing about this?

It’s nothing but a simple reminder you can grab hypnosis downloads that train your mind to be more popular.

To better connect with strangers and friends.

All you need to do is focus and listen.

And you can download these at no cost to you. I used to charge $29 a month for this, plus everything else that’s on this page, but now you can give it a spin and see how you like it.

All you need to do is type this URL and mash go:

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