Why are we so good at ‘selling’ to celebrities?
Celebrity entrepreneurs have been known to sell themselves as a new kind of celebrity, and the research suggests they are doing just that.
A study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General has found that celebrities are more likely to make claims that are backed up by evidence than their non-celebrity counterparts.
It suggests that celebrity entrepreneurs’ success is largely due to their ability to create and sell themselves.
In the study, the researchers looked at claims by 50 celebrity entrepreneurs from around the world, who made claims about themselves and their companies.
Each claim was supported by a research sample from the journal Psychological Science, and researchers looked to see if the claims were backed up with scientific evidence.
The researchers also looked at how well the claims supported their claims.
What the research found The researchers found that there were some big differences between celebrity entrepreneurs and their non.
Celebrity entrepreneurs are more motivated to use their celebrity status to get sales and make money, while non-Celebrity entrepreneurs tend to do better.
This could be due to the fact that celebrity businesspeople tend to be more confident and they are more comfortable speaking about their business.
But the study also found that, overall, celebrity entrepreneurs are better at marketing themselves.
And they were able to make more claims about their products and services than their peers.
This was because their claims were more convincing.
The study also shows that celebrity entrepreneur’s claims were generally backed up.
What does this mean for us?
For now, it’s hard to say whether celebrity entrepreneurs can really help us create a better business.
There are still lots of big challenges for the sector, and it’s important to think about how these differences are contributing to the gap between the highest paid and lowest paid.
But in the long run, celebrity entrepreneurship is definitely a good thing for our economy.
What celebrities do with their fame, however, will certainly be interesting to watch.
There’s no shortage of stories about celebrities trying to sell their products or services to celebrities, such as the case of rapper Kanye West.
Or, the case in point of comedian Kathy Griffin, who is currently facing a barrage of accusations of making up pictures of Donald Trump and other politicians.
We’ll be interested to see what this research has to say about how we can use celebrity entrepreneurship to improve the lives of our neighbours, neighbours, and our fellow citizens.