Attention, Intention and Influence

Seth Goldstein writes:

# In order to get attention, you need to give information.
# The more attention you want, the more information you need to give.
# There is a finite supply of attention and people want to get as much of it as possible.
# Your influence registers the amount of attention you have control over.
# To be influential is to give little information and control lots of attention.

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