You may not always have time to support others in life; however, when you ask people to show up for your events and they either ignore you, or respond that they are too busy, you will realize it might be your fault. People, as yourself, want support for their efforts. They want to perform, or even express their purpose in front an audience of people. Give them this opportunity by supporting their lives, their choices. In other words, saying you will make it, then never showing up, is devaluing to you. Never showing up for their events is truly devaluing to your brand.
Of course, you might be a busy bee yourself in a way that hardly allows you to be at every event. This is true, so let your communication with people be less about “what you are doing” and simply connect with people you’ve not talked with in a while. You’d be surprised how much a person truly appreciates you reaching out to them. If you are busy, “all the time” try and set it up so you can get out there once in a while to be apart of something more than your life. This is a life worth living when you can experience it with other people.
When all else fails, this system is based on supporting one another. They call it a scene for a reason. When others stand back only wishing for support, it becomes harder to climb a wall when there is no one below you helping you up. Truth be told, that person you helped up, who now is on top of the wall pulling you up, is apart of your support system. Working together as a team is the greatest way to support the support system. Stand together and anything can be accomplished in this big world of possibilities.
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