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3 Ways To Become A Media Bimbo


3 Ways To Become A Media Bimbo

In today's media environment, there is a pervasive culture of stupidity and shallowness, where people who achieve momentary fame waste it with vacuous statements and foolish behavior. Consider how much of your time is squandered watching TV, listening to the radio, or reading newspapers and magazines.

3 Ways To Become A Media Bimbo
3 Ways To Become A Media Bimbo

How long do you persist with a story that is not relevant to your interests or is boring because of the interviewee?


With so many things competing for your attention, it is effortless to move on to the next appealing item.

If you wish to connect with people on a deeper level and not be seen as a superficial and unintelligent person, there are three things that you should steer clear of.

1. Give a fatty bone.

If you talk too much and don't get to the point, people will lose interest quickly. They might switch to another topic or stop paying attention altogether. To keep your audience engaged, be mindful of their time and say what they want to hear in a concise way. Make every moment count and eliminate anything that doesn't add value to your message. Only focus on the most important and relevant information.

3 Ways To Become A Media Bimbo
3 Ways To Become A Media Bimbo

2. Be professorial.

From my experience, individuals with advanced degrees tend to be uninteresting. They often communicate using language specific to their industry or education, utilizing lengthy sentences and abstract concepts. The key to effective communication is simplification. However, there are exceptions to this rule such as my esteemed client, Larry Magid, a nationally recognized correspondent and technology columnist. He has the unique ability to take complex ideas and present them in a clear and concise manner, similar to creating a peaceful Zen garden with each word being perfectly placed. Adopting Larry's approach and breaking down big ideas to their basic components allows for greater accessibility and understanding among all individuals. It is important to avoid using unnecessary jargon and instead make knowledge available to the general public.

3 Ways To Become A Media Bimbo
3 Ways To Become A Media Bimbo

3. Praise the Lord.

If you try to preach to people, they may become strongly opposed to you. Personally, when someone instructs me on what to do, I instinctively rebel against it. When you attempt to convince others to adopt your beliefs, they are likely to resist you. People can sense when you have an ulterior motive or hidden agenda. However, if you are not attached to a specific outcome, people are more likely to listen to you and your ideas. It is best to simply share information and allow individuals to make their own decisions. You can entice people with enlightening thoughts and proposals.


In today's media world, there is a widespread culture of being shallow and foolish. People who receive brief moments of notoriety often use them to showcase meaningless talk and unintelligent behavior. Consider how much of your time is spent consuming media through TV, radio, newspapers, or magazines. If the story being presented doesn't align with your interests or if the person being interviewed is uninteresting, how long do you continue to pay attention? With so much competition for your attention, it's simple to move on to the next item.

If you don't want to...


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