Attention (semantic) seekers…

You have somebody’s full attention!

Now, let us shed our ideas of extraversion and introversion and focus on the attention itself.

How would you want to be considered in their eyes?

  • Interesting,
  • Intriguing, or
  • Entertaining?

Is there is a difference? (Come on, it’s me. IMO of course there is.)
I’ve always wanted to be interesting, however have been told I am merely entertaining.

  • I see it as entertaining is interest that is purely in the moment.
  • Intriguing means you would like to learn/see more for the moment.
  • Interesting means interest has successfully been maintained/obtained.

How would you describe the kind of people get your attention? Are they entertaining, intriguing, or interesting?

6 thoughts on “Attention (semantic) seekers…

  1. I never actually thought about that. They just people, because they are my clients. I mean I don’t chat with too many but when I do (not clients) I finding some of them beyond the excitement, kind of dangerous some of them and some really powerful in energetic level and the others are soo damn great and good with huge kind soul. I can feel the energy of people so easily. I just had a thought now, that other people usually the reflection of us. πŸ˜³πŸ˜³πŸ˜³πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ No I don’t know sometimes. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  2. Some are sheerly for entertainment; the tv and movie stars, Royalty, etc. The ones that are interesting are the ones I goto again and again. A good deal of the people I follow are the interesting ones.

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