Unicorn T-shirt, V-neck, Hoodie, Tank-top.
Here’s something interesting & True:
• Kylie Jenner releases a lip gloss, and people buy it.
• Michael Jordan puts out a new shoe, and people buy it.
• Matthew McConaughey is the spokesman for a car, and people want it.
• Apple releases a new phone, and people stand in line for it.
• One Direction releases a perfume, and it becomes viral on social media.
• Friend posts about a unicorn in a cup by Starbucks that’s completely unhealthy and everyone goes out and tries it.
But then a friend or family member starts a new business or already has an existing business, and people are wary of supporting it. Or, ask for a SAMPLE or “hook up” without purchasing their product.
What’s even sadder is that they post pictures or market a similar celebrity product on social media that their “friend” is selling.
What’s happening? Why are we so quick to support someone we don’t know? Yet, we come up with a million reasons to not support someone we know and love.