Have you ever watched a particular performance and then wondered how that person became so popular? After all, you may have thought, there is nothing exceptionally astonishing about the way they sing, dance, act, play a musical instrument or tell a joke. You know for a fact that there are likely thousands of individuals who could perform at least at the level of what you are witnessing, yet none of them have achieved even a smattering of the acclaim this person has.
One word can typically sum up the reasons for this: marketing!
If you want to be a star, you must create buzz. This is true whether your sights are on Carnegie Hall or the next job opportunity in your chosen career.
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