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The virtuous nature of self promotion

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Hey Guys—

I received a very insightful email from one of my long time

subscribers, talking about his experience with jealous people.  
It is something everyone will run into, especially when you start
becoming successful with very attractive women, and you will need
to learn to deal with it.

Read his email and my response below:

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Thanks John for this email. Growing up and even today I feel like

I am surrounded by jealous people. Sometimes it is difficult to get
rid of them and as a kid it affected me deeply. I became too humble
especially around them so I don't give them anything to be jealous

Using words they would make me feel like I was bragging or that I

just got lucky. When I was young I bought into that and it really
affected my self esteem. Like I played basketball for high school
and over time I started scoring lesser and lesser, doing what was
asked of me (by players, not our coach), passing more, defending
more. Slowly I lost interest in the game.

Today I am better at handling them and I have developed a sense of

knowing when I am around them. My instincts tell me to be extremely
humble, and run as far as I can from them.

Thanks again!


JA: Thanks for sharing this, Arjun.  The truth is, the more you

succeed, the more jealous people around you will become, especially
in this day and age of entitlement.  Some you can get rid of, some
you can’t (especially if they are family), but if people are jealous
it usually means you have something to be jealous of.

Many, many celebrities (the hard working ones) deal with this.  

They work for many years for a pittance, are laughed at by family
and associates, then when they become successful, the jealous family
starts demanding a handout, saying they were “lucky.”  This happens
to NFL stars and many other successful people, so you are certainly
not along in this.

Society teaches that being humble is a virtue, but that is a lie.  

Winston Churchill had the right of it when he said, “if you don’t
toot your own horn, someone else will come along and fill it with
bullshit.”  The most successful people are also the best promoters—
no one remembers Alexander Patch, but everyone remembers George
Patton because Patton was an unabashed, unapologetic self promoter
who WAS the best at what he did…his self promotion was an asset to
the nation.  But there is a difference between self promotion and
bragging—bragging is empty based on nothing, self promotion is
letting others know about your skills and value in an entertaining

Clearly I am a fan of self promotion, learning long ago that being

humble got me nowhere.  Self promotion AS LONG AS YOU HAVE SOMETHING
WORTHY OF PROMOTING is a virtuous character trait.  Being humble
can be harmful, and those who are humble and nothing else are
rarely respected.  Interestingly, you can be a humble self promoter,
giving credit to others for their fine work while promoting yourself
at the same time.

Self promotion in an entertaining manner is a skill like everything

else…but interestingly, the better you get at it, the less jealousy
you will run into because everyone loves a good entertainer.

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On with the fun…

-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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Art Of Steel, Inc.  
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