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The cost of your attention

Everyone is trying to grab your attention these days. If the demand for it is so high, you should consider profiting from it.

It's the leads!

When you receive a chain of irrelevant pitches or identical connection requests, someone makes money. This someone is usually a social network or an intermediary that sold you as a lead.

The thing is that you are not a lead, you are a real person with your own priorities and needs. Most likely you do not need any of those messages or cold emails, but go through them anyway in search of a random offer of some value. Don't you feel drained?

What do you lose?

Here are just some of the hidden costs of distraction:

  1. Productivity Loss: Constant interruptions and multitasking can significantly reduce productivity. Studies show that it takes an average of 23 minutes and 15 seconds to regain focus after a distraction.

  2. Stress and Anxiety: The constant barrage of notifications and information overload can lead to increased stress and anxiety levels.

  3. Decreased Quality of Work: When we split our attention between tasks, the quality of our work often suffers. Important details may be overlooked, leading to errors and inefficiencies.

  4. Impaired Relationships: Continuously checking your phone or other devices during conversations can strain personal relationships, making others feel undervalued and unheard.

  5. Reduced Creativity: Deep thinking and creativity often require sustained focus, something that's increasingly rare in today's world of constant interruptions.

Fair compensation

We live in what experts call the "Attention Economy," where countless entities vie for our precious focus. Your attention is a limited and highly valuable commodity. So, why don't you sell it yourself?

There are not so many ways to sell a tiny fraction of your time. While contractors and consultants can bill hourly, we offer to compensate you for going through cold messages. It doesn't matter if you agree to connect or reject a pitch: we reward you for time spent! With us, you can see a direct transactional value, the monetary reward for sharing something scarce. Isn't that sweet?


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