Are You Following the Herd?

February 18, 2010

Are You Following the Herd?

For some reason people think of following the herd in a negative light.

We all like to think of ourselves as independent thinkers, a bit smarter than the group, and not one to blindly follow along.

That’s all well and good…

But, there’s a collective wisdom in the herd that has prevented the herd animals (Yes, that includes we humans) to continue to survive and prosper.

Each of us of course must sort through our feelings, our beliefs, and individual situation, before we take significant action… but we should include in our analysis what others are doing.

Consider these facts: Each year many thousands more of Canadians and Americans are moving to Mexico.

Ever wonder why? What does the herd know? Should we follow?

Take a look at this short video to learn three reasons why following the herd in this case makes sense …

Dollars and Sense, that is !

Find out more about just why so many folks are following the herd to Lake Chapala Ajijic.

E mail me today Sid@ChapalaClub.com so I can share with you why you too may want to follow the herd.

Email for more information:
Sid@ChapalaClub.com

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