#EpicSuccess – For The Good Of The Game ft. Reddbone Shannel

#EpicSuccess  - What You See Is What You Get. ~ReddBone Shannel

#EpicSuccess – What You See Is What You Get.
~ReddBone Shannel

adjective Also, ep·i·cal.
1. noting or pertaining to a long poetic composition, usually centered upon a hero, in which a series of great achievements or events is narrated in elevated style: Homer’s Iliad is an epic poem.

2. resembling or suggesting such poetry: an epic novel on the founding of the country.

3. heroic; majestic; impressively great: the epic events of the war.

4. of unusually great size or extent: a crime wave of epic proportions.

Greetings Earthlings and T.G.I.M. (Thank God It’s Monday).
Keeping things simple, we will begin this week as the second full one in February by making a quick mental/emotional adjustment for the Good of The Game.

Simply put, there is an epidemic of negativity that exists on the Internet in regards to what is known as viral marketing, which in most cases draws individuals and their attention to matters of complexity and one of the most popular instances is the new emerging focus trend known as #EpicFail.

Many individuals will tune in to these subject matters without the knowledge of the fact that paying attention to the failures of others in an attempt to make ones own shortcomings more comfortable will actually lead to a greater degree of ones own shortcomings and a decline in available time for self improvement, which is actually classified in the field of psychology as a defense mechanism called projection.

Psychological projection

Psychological projection or projection bias is a psychological defense mechanism where a person subconsciously denies his or her own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are then ascribed to the outside world, usually to other people. Thus, projection involves imagining or projecting the belief that others originate those feelings.

Projection reduces anxiety by allowing the expression of the unwanted unconscious impulses or desires without letting the conscious mind recognize them.

An example of this behavior might be blaming another for self failure. The mind may avoid the discomfort of consciously admitting personal faults by keeping those feelings unconscious, and by redirecting libidinal satisfaction by attaching, or “projecting,” those same faults onto another person or object.

The theory was developed by Sigmund Freud—in his letters to Wilhelm Fliess, ‘”Draft H” deals with projection as a mechanism of defense’ and further refined by his daughter Anna Freud, why it is sometimes referred to as Freudian projection.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_projection

With all of the technical mumbo jumbo out of the way, the solution being provided is to simply shift the focus(#hashtag) from the celebration of perceived failures of others to the celebration of the perceived successes of others as it would work in the exact opposite direction pointing the focus back to ones own admirable qualities to improve upon.

In closing, I will also add some game insights from Will Smith as his image is often used in popular online motivational memes, yet as for Yours truly and Your Friendly Neighborhood PimpHop.com, the best example of exactly what is for the Good Of The Game can be observed by viewing Shannel’s image as the feature of this post.

Moral Of The Story –

If she looks and feels like she is worth $2 Dollars, then and only then can she attract it. If she looks and feels like $2 Million Dollars, then and only then can she attract it. We deal in matters of trillions while simultaneously recognizing that everyone and everything must start somewhere.

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An antidotal marketing perspective to consider.