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This behavior can create a one-sided relationship in which someone becomes attached to a person without actually interacting with them in any meaningful way.
Parasocial behavior examples include: being emotionally devoted to your favorite TV show, sports team, or to the lives of the royal family members.
There’s something charming and seductive about following the lives of a family that makes it look easy.
For normal people, life is a constant struggle and attaining success is hard. But royals are fascinating because they inherited wealth, and social influence, and style, and fame, and they live this fairy tale life in castles - all the stuff that we grow up on.
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Highly motivated people ask themselves: WHY do I do what I do?
If you know WHY you do what you do, and it matters deeply to you, then you will find your strength in any situation.
Many people don’t really lack motivation, they lack models of what’s possible - they have limiting beliefs of what’s achievable.
That’s why inspirational stories and role models can be so powerful: they open our eyes to a whole new realm of possibilities.
Limiting beliefs show up in our minds in insidious ways.
For example, we might tell ourselves: "That’s not me; I can’t do that; or, I’m not good enough."
Procrastination is not just avoiding or delaying a task.
It also has to include an aspect that’s counterproductive, irrational or unnecessary.
Many people are inherently more productive at certain times of the day.
Work around these natural productivity ebbs and flows when you schedule your days.
In the last 10 odd years, music festivals have grown into a massive juggernaut. There are big-ticket events with matching prices and an endless stream of world-class performers.
People, especially those who are tired of accumulating stuff, are now more likely to spend money on experiences. Music festivals provide such an experience, making big brands lineup for the same.
Millennials, who make up about 15 million of the attendees per year, find spending on experiences(like travel) a better deal than buying stuff.
Streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify have changed how music is consumed, with sales of physical media now a thing of the past. Live music is the only form of ‘real’ experience, and fans love to spend to experience their favourite artists in the flesh.