There are all kinds of people today on social media who call themselves “rock stars” who are most decidedly NOT rock stars. This can be confusing.
How does one arrive at such a position without having accomplished any of the required “rocking” or “stardom” that is typically associated with rock stars?
Don’t worry, I’m a professional writer, and I’m here to help. While I am not a rock star in either the literal or self-proclaimed sense, I have observed enough self-proclaimed rock stars to cobble together a handy little guide that will show you the can’t-fail path to self-proclaimed rock stardom:
Step 1: Choose A Non-Rock Career
Choose a career path that is most certainly not related to rock music—the more boring and technical, the better. For example, marketing, website design, or social media consulting are particularly fertile careers for non-rock stars to claim rock star status.
Step 2: Adopt a Peppy Tone
Rock stars are passionate, off the chain characters who defy bland copywriting. Jazz up your website’s about me pages and social media profiles with peppy descriptions of how awesome you are. You’re really living on the edge if you can also claim you’re a ninja while weighing over your recommended body mass index.
Step 3: Crown Yourself a Rock Star
Peppy copy alone does not make you a rock star. Rock stars are self-confident and cocky enough to call themselves “rock stars,” critics be damned. Claiming rock star status for yourself, even if you’re hardly a social media maven or a blogging guru, is about going out there and taking what’s yours.
You know you’re a rock star already, so go out there and type it into your profile now, you… you… rock star.
2 thoughts on “How to Claim You Are a Rock Star When You Are Not a Rock Star”
Rock On! I like it.
This belongs in the Celebrity Pastor Self-help book.
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