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Attention or Trust?

When it comes to drawing random attention from random people, things are very simple; you just can make a big noise or do something that people with sanity won't do.

How about eliciting attention from those who share the same interest with you? Things are not that easy. Imagine that you're a serious English learner, at least as you self-claim so, and you're fortunate enough to know or "discover" something truly valuable to other learners. What would you do with "the gems" you possess? Do you cherish them clandestinely on your own, or demonstrate egalitarianism by sharing the gems with those who are likely to appreciate them just like you'd do? What if what you think as the gems turns out not the gems but the crap, at least to some people's eyes?

Giving compliments or saying nice things publicly is one way to gain people's attention. People are never mean enough to ignore those nice words about themselves; they'll respond to you in a positive way or even send you back the equivalent amount of compliment. The "reward" you'd receive may make your life a bit easier, but never solves the problem. False compliments may attract short-lived attention, but compliments "for your own sake" won't work to gain long-lived trust. People are not so mean, but smart enough to see through the Difference.
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