What does FYTB mean ?

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If you’ve been watching the Olympics or following social media, you’ve probably heard the abbreviation F.Y.T.B or seen it trending on Twitter and Facebook.

What does F.Y.T.B mean?

An acronym for ‘Follow Your True Bliss’
it’s a term coined by Joseph Campbell in his 1987 book of lectures and interviews, ‘The Power of Myth’.
It means follow your bliss, don’t do anything that doesn’t feel right to you.
The idea is derived from Hinduism, which is based on doing your dharma (duty) and finding enlightenment through that; likewise you should follow your own bliss.
The term has been used to refer to several other things since then, but it still retains its original meaning for most people.
Just like in the hit 90’s book ‘The Celestine Prophecy’ find your true bliss.
Finding what makes you happy and going after it with a vengeance.
When you are in flow, you find that work is play and life is fun! The way to find fytb is to write down 3 things you want most in life (work, relationships, leisure) and pick one that resonates with your soul on an intrinsic level.
Then be willing to do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to achieve it! Good luck, put yourself first today!

It also means ‘Friends You Trust, Bodies You Haven’t Met Yet’

In our live shows, guests and host have an opportunity to get acquainted with each other before they connect in person through social media.
We are all friends on Facebook and Twitter, so we trust each other not to tweet or post anything embarrassing or negative about a session — unless we want to 🙂 …
And with over 2,00+ people following us on Facebook, we’ve already got a great audience for fun conversations online.

Or, ‘Find Your Tribe Because …’

For a lot of us, self-development and personal growth don’t happen in a vacuum.
In fact, many people have found their greatest success when they are sharing their knowledge with others and helping people grow to levels they never thought possible.
Start by learning how to serve others, and then figure out what you can do to improve other people’s lives, right where you are now!

One definition of the term is ‘F*ck Yeah This Bed’

I’ve been sleeping on a cot for three years because I can’t afford a mattress yet, but now I have a fytb and it’s awesome! This is an example of how businesses can be punny with their business names and make them memorable to consumers.
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potential customers will remember your brand because it makes them laugh and smile when they see your product or service, which is very appealing in our technologically-driven society where communication is instantaneous and abundant.
The list goes on and on…
but we’re sure you get it by now!

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