never watched that soap opera, but the title suddenly made perfect sense to me after watching a commercial: everyone is in, either, a nightclub or a fashion show; they are young, thin, chic, and beautiful. They are bold and beautiful.
I live in New York, and am compelled to sample much availed (e.g. cultures & peoples, museums, music, parks, restaurants, theater, architecture, services, subways, escapes).
I like to sample a nightclub periodically, at least for a business event, just to try to keep up with the times.
I'm concluding that certain rich, powerful, beautiful, and wanna be's are the majority of the people who frequent certain establishments - where you might even run into them - namely, nightclubs, chic restaurants, and in-spots.
Different people have different values, and those who share those values tend to associate. This is a big reason why people move to/from a city or specific community. This is why we state, “you can pick your friends, but you can’t pick your family.”
Similar values are particularly important for making relationships work long-term, whether they are societal, such as our nation, a cultural one, a religious one, a business, a job, a marriage, a family, or a friendship.
I posit, at least for a marriage, and feel strongly, that shared values are more important than shared interests. (A good dose of some mixed interests is much healthier, if not more fun.) I don’t know if the masses consciously realize the spectrum of this.
Do you know what's particularly important to you? Going out on the town? (If so, frequently or occasionally?) What kind of transportation do you take?
What kind of clothes do you wear? Are you neat? Do you make your bed?
Do you care for your health? What do you eat? Do you cook your meals? How frequently and correctly do you exercise? What kind of personal care do you practice? Do you sleep and rest? Do you take vacations? Do you pace yourself? Are you balanced?
How important is your career? How at risk is it?
How much are you in your head, your heart, your gut?
Do you like yourself? Do you have/exhibit self-esteem? Self-confidence? Are you happy? Angry? Sad? A loner? A joiner?
Do you like to lead? Are you good at following? Do you compromise?
How important are/what personal relationships do you maintain? Are they healthy?
Just as your values are truly unique, wouldn't you want your financial management to reflect such, and your financial plan and portfolio to be custom-tailored to support your values, your goals, and your individuality?
Do it now!