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Rumors in the air

Hey Guys—

Ah, everyone loves a good rumor.  Some people even start them to achieve their own ends.  Some believe them, some don’t, almost all repeat them.  People say they hate them, but they secretly love.

So then, are rumors useful, should you pay attention to them?

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The answer is YES.  Rumors are worth paying attention to, not so much for the content, but for who started them, and why people are spreading them.  Sometimes they are true, sometimes not, sometimes they contain a grain of truth, sometimes none at all.  But you can gain information from them, if not from the content, then from the “signals.”

In my industry I hear a lot of rumors, usually about a new internet traffic source, a new guru with magic software, new software with a magic guru, etc.  Most of it is not true, yet I pay attention to it because it often leads somewhere, somewhere I wouldn’t have gotten if I hadn’t followed the rumor.

Rumors can also apply to attraction. No matter if you’re at school, in an office, or in an industry like me, you often hear rumors about women.  Sometimes it’s a rumor about who’s breaking up or who’s getting divorced or who’s moving to your city.  Sometimes it’s a rumor about certain naughty preferences women may have, preferences that are not being met by the men they date.

If you pay attention, if you keep your ear to the ground, if you listen to this “signals intelligence,” you can get good information that can give you a shot with women you thought were unavailable.  While the rumor may or may not be factually true, following it can lead interesting places.

This is not to say you become obsessed with rumors or chase every one of them.  Most are worthless, and would be worthless even if followed…that’s something you can usually determine immediately. What you want to do is qualify the rumor so you can learn to disregard those that are a waste of time, and pursue those few that are.

Remember, there is always a reason a rumor gets started and spread.  Sometimes it is for fun, sometimes for entertainment, but sometimes it is truth and opportunity that gets blown out of proportion as the rumor as spread. But that original truth can be very profitable for you.

The worst thing you can do is stick your nose in the air, and haughtily sniff that you are too good and too pure to pay attention to such low rent things as rumors.  That’s a good way to miss out on opportunity.  Some rumors have value, and to overlook them is to overlook an opportunity to make your life a lot better.  Or attract that woman you always had your eye on but thought was unavailable until a rumor told you it might just be otherwise.

On with the fun,

-John Alanis
“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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