Famous Examples of the Placebo EffectIn the case of a survey, where would you rather go to - a school with thousands of students who are probably intelligent, well-educated and happy or a school with no one at all? What is it that makes the school you choose seem more successful?
The point is that most people who have had the original experience do not have anything like it again. But if you have had something like the original experience and you come out without any negative side effects, why would you want to go back to the original? That is because you would not want to go back to the original because then you would be thinking that you can't do the same as you did before.
In the same way, if you had an original example of you doing something without thinking, it would make you nervous. You would not want to repeat the original experience because it is already being done by other people who did it a lot better than you. After all, who has the original experience going for them?
Another reason why people do not want to repeat the copycat is that they are afraid that they might end up with the same result. Of course, you would never be able to duplicate the original experience, but what you can do is to do something different. You might not have it the first time, but perhaps in the next instance it will be better.
Perhaps the other reason why people do not want to repeat the original is that they do not want to feel like a fraud. Yes, the original might be a fraud, but many people who are like this also have great success in life. Why should you let the original be the example?
Perhaps the other reason why people do not want to repeat the original is that they are afraid that their ego is getting in the way. In the case of school, how would you like to look like everyone else? Would you like to be as average as everyone else?
So, how would you like to be the perfect example of someone who does not get much recognition and fame? And perhaps the perfect example of someone who is not as average as everyone else?