We want to please others.
That no one wants it or “don’t try to please others” is a cliche that most of the time is misinterpreted.
We want to sell our products and we sponsor our social profiles, and even if we do it for a small niche, they still evolve and improve, following the needs of customers or what our followers likes best. To please them. There’s nothing wrong with that.
We sponsor ourselves and our life post after post. We all want to be seen. We all want to leave a mark. It’s the current beliefs, the clichés, that make the “want to be noticed” appear as a “I want to please everyone and at all costs”.
It must be done with grace and of course without ever making compromises, but always following with a respectful eye the part of us that resonates most among others. Our most popular means of communication (which is not always the one we prefer most). The side of us that best communicates what we want to leave in this world. It is not a question of “wanting to please others” but understanding how to communicate more efficiently. To be heard. To be seen. To be able to leave your mark.
Keep showing off.