Being cool isn’t about what other people think, it’s your perception of yourself. Cool people are generally thinkers, dreamers, creators and entrepreneurs and are more likely to be confident, successful, trendy, individual and have a sense of humour. Cool people are also nice to others. They are social and semi-gentrified.

You know you’re in the presence of a cool person when you feel at ease.

Winning is cool but cool people know that to do anything to win is not. Both moralists and totally immoral people are uncool, while people who maintain moral standards in straightforwardly immoral environments are most likely to be cool.

Cool people often know other cool people but do not boast about it.

It’s cool to be cool!

THE BEATLES were genuinely cool guys.

They did it their way! Wore matching suits…when it shouldn’t work but it did. Lennon wore glasses, making them look sexy. They sang songs about boys, Yellow Submarines and wanting to hold someone’s hand. And, they defied Deep South racism in the USA. John Lennon said, “We never play to segregated audiences and we aren’t going to start now. I’d sooner lose our appearance money.” Now, that is super cool.

The Beatles were cool then and decades later are still cool.

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